The Westminster Assembly Members and Their WritingsA Listing of All the Members with All Their Works and Where to Obtain Them
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The Promise and Vow taken by every member admitted to sit in the Assembly:
I [NAME] do seriously promise and vow, in the presence of Almighty God, that in this Assembly, whereof I am a member, I will maintain nothing in point of doctrine, but what I believe to be most agreeable to the word of God; nor in point of discipline, but what may make most for God’s glory, and the peace and good of this Church.
Admitted to sit and hear in October 1644, the Prince Elector Palatine, and on one occasion permitted to speak.
Algernon, Earl of Northumberland.
William, Earl of Bedford.
Philip, Earl of Pembroke and Montgomery.
William, Earl of Salisbury.
Henry, Earl of Holland.
Edward, Earl of Manchester.
William, Lord Viscount Say and Seale.
Edward, Lord Viscount Conway.
Philip, Lord Wharton.
Edward, Lord Howard of Escrick.
Basil, Earl of Denbigh.
Oliver, Earl of Bolingbroke.
William, Lord Grey of Warkey vice Bedford, Holland, and Conway.
Robert, Earl of Essex, Lord General.
Robert, Earl of Warwick, Lord High Admiral.
Members of the House of Commons:
John Selden, Esq.
Francis Rous, Esq.
Edmund Prideaux, Esq.
Sir Henry Vane, Knt., senior.
John Glynn, Esq., Recorder of London.
John White, Esq.
Bouldstrode Whitlocke, Esq.
Humphrey Salloway, Esq.
Mr. Serjeant Wild.
Oliver St. John, Esq., His Majesty’s Solicitor.
Sir Benjamin Rudyard, Knt.
John Pym, Esq.
Sir John Clotworthy, Knt.
John Maynard, Esq.
Sir Henry Vane, Knt. junior.
William Pierpoint, Esq.
William Wheeler, Esq.
Sir Thomas Kinington. Knt.
Walter Young, Esq.
Sir John Evelyn, Knt.
Sir Robert Harley Pym, deceased.
Sir William Massam, or Masson, Barrington, deceased.
William S. Fraud, v. White, deceased.
Sir Arthur Haselrig.
Robert Reynolds, Esq.
Zouch Tate, Esq.
Sir Gilbert Gerard.
Sir Robert Pye.
Sir John Cooke.
1. Herbert Palmer, B.D., of Ashwell, Herts, Assessor after White, and Master of Queen’s College, Cambridge.
a. Characteristicks of a believing Christian in paradoxes and seeming contradictions, by F. Bacon [or rather from Memorials of godlinesse and Christianitie by H. Palmer, ed. by J. Green]., 2nd ed., ed. John Green (curate of Thurnscoe) (1758)
b. Lord Bacon not the author of private circulation, 1864
c. Sabbatum redivivum: or, the Christian sabbath vindicated, in a full discourse concerning the sabbath and the Lord’s day. Wherein, whatsoever hath heen written of late, for, or against the Christian Sabbath, is exactly, but modestly examined: and the perpetuity of a sabbath deduced, from grounds of nature, and religious reason. By Dan. Cawdrey, and Herb. Palmer: members of the Assembly of Divines. The second part. Of the fourth commandment of the Decalogue in speciall. (London: Thomas Maxey, for Samuel Gellibrand, and Thomas Underhill, 1652) / added author(s): Daniel Cawdry [Sabbatum redivivum appeared in four parts; the first part published in 1645, followed by this volume containing the next three parts. Based on Thomason’s dating the work was actually published in November 1651.]
2. Oliver Bowles, B.D., of Sutton, Bedford.
a. De pastore evangelico tractatus, in quo universum munus pastorale, tam quoad pastoris vocationem et praeparationem, quam ipsius muneris exercitium, accurate proponitur, Geneva : Joannis Hermanni Widerhold, 1667, London : Sa. Gellibrand, 1659
b. Zeal for God’s House Quickened
c. Zeale required in Church-Reformers
3. Henry Wilkinson, sen., B.D., of Waddesdon, Bucks, and St. Dunstan’s in East.
a. Conciones tres apud Academicos, Oxford, 1654.
b. Brevis Tractatus de Jure Diei Dominicæ, Oxford, 1654.
c. The Hope of Glory, Oxford, 1657.
d. Conciones sex ad Academicos, Oxford, 1658.
e. The Gospel Embassy, Oxford, 1658.
f. De Impotentia Liberi Arbitrii ad bonum spirituale, Oxford, 1658.
g. Three Decads of Sermons, Oxford, 1660.
h. The Doctrine of Contentment briefly explained and practically applied, London, 1671.
i. Two Treatises, London, 1681.
j. Repentance and Fasting
k. Sermon Against Lukewarmness in Religion
4. Thomas Valentine, D.D., of Chalfont, St. Gilea, Bucks, aft. of London.
a. A Sermon by Thomas Valentine on the national fast day.
b. A Sermon by Thomas Valentine on the national fast day.
c. A Sermon by Thomas Valentine on the national fast day.
d. Christ’s Counsel to Poor and Naked Souls, 1647.
e. A Charge Against the Jews, a sermon, 1647.
f. The Church’s Need of Jesus Christ
5. William Twisse, D.D., of Newbury, Berks, Prolocutor.
a. A discovery of D. Jacksons vanitie. Or A perspective glasse, wherby the admirers of D. Iacksons profound discourses, may see the vanitie and weaknesse of them, in sundry passages, and especially so farre as they tende to the undermining of the doctrine hitherto received. Written by William Twisse, Doctor of Divinitie, as they say, from whom the copie came to the presse.London, printed by the successors of Giles Thorp, and at London by W. Jones], Imprinted anno 1631.
b. A briefe catecheticall exposition of Christian doctrine. Diuided into foure catechismes, comprizing the doctrine of the 1. Two sacraments. 2. Lords prayer. 3. Ten commandements. 4. And the creed. London, Printed by G. M[iller] for Robert Bird, and are to be sold at his shop at the signe of the Bible in Saint Laurence-lane, 1632.
c. Of the morality of the fourth commandement, as still in force to binde Christians delivered by way of answer to the translator of Doctor Prideaux his lecture, concerning the doctrine of the Sabbath. Divided into two parts 1. An answer to the prefacer, 2. A consideration of D. Prideaux, his lecture. Written by William Twisse D.D. and pastor of Newbury. London, printed by E[dward]. G[riffin]. for Iohn Rothwell and are to be sold at his shop, at the signe of the Sunne in Pauls-Church-yard, 1641.
d. A treatise of Mr. Cottons, clearing certaine doubts concerning predestination. Together with an examination thereof; written by William Twisse, DD. Pastor of Newbury. London, printed by J.D. for Andrew Crook, and are to be sold at his shop at the signe of the Green Dragon in Pauls Church-yard, 1646.
e. Vindiciae gratiae, potestatis, ac providentiae Dei; hoc est, ad examen libelli Perkinsiani de praedestinationis modo et ordine, institutum a Jacobo Arminio, responsio scholastica, tribus libris absoluta. Una cum digressionibus ad singulas partes accommodatis; in quibus illustriores in hoc negotio quaestiones fusius pertractantur et accurate discutiuntur, veritasque adversus Bellarminum, Didacum Alvarez, Gabrielem Vasques, aliosque tum Papistas tum Pelagianos asseritur; nec non opiniones nonnullae quorundam modernorum theologorum modeste examinantur. Amsterdam, Joannem Janssonium 1648
f. The Christian Sabbath defended: against a crying evil in these times of the antisabitarians of our age: wherein is shewed that the morality of the fourth Commandement is still in force to bind Christians unto the sanctification of the Sabbath day. Written by that learned assertor of the truth, William Twisse D.D. late prolocutor to the Assembly of Divines. London, printed for Thomas Pierrepont, and are to be sold at the signe of the Sun in Pauls Church-yard
g. The doubting conscience resolved. In answer to a (pretended) perplexing question, &c. Wherein is evidently proved, that the holy Scriptures (not the pope) is the foundation whereupon the Church is built. Or, That a Christian may be infallibly certain of his faith and religion by holy Scriptures. By William Tvvisse D.D. Prolocutor of the Assembly of Divines. Written at the desire of Samuel Hartlib, Esquire, for the satisfaction of his friends beyond the seas; and now divulged in print for more publick edification. London, printed for Thomas Matthews at the sign of the Cock in St Pauls Church-yard, 1652., 1652
h. The riches of Gods love unto the vessells of mercy, consistent with his absolute hatred or reprobation of the vessells of wrath. Or an ansvver unto a book entituled Gods love unto mankind, manifested by disproving his absolute decree for their damnation. In tvvo bookes the first being a refutation of the said booke, as it was presented in manuscript by Mr Hord unto Sir Nath: Rich. The second being an examination of certain passages inserted into M. Hords discourse,(formerly answered) by an author that conceales his name, but was supposed to be Mr Mason, rector of Andrews-Undershaft in London. By that great and famous light of Gods Church, William Twisse D.D. … Whereunto are annexed two tractates of the same author in answer unto D.H. … ; together with a vindication of D. Twisse from the exceptions of Mr John Goodwin in his Redemption redeemed. By Henry Jeanes Minister of God’s word, in Chedzoy. Oxford printed by L[eonard]. L[ichfield]. and H[enry]. H[ills]. printers to the University, for Tho: Robinson, anno Salutis M.DC.LIII.
i. The scriptures sufficiency to determine all matters of faith, made good against the Papist: or, That a Christian may be infallibly certain of his faith and religion by the Holy Scriptures. By that great and famous light of Gods Church, William Twisse D.D. and prolocutor of the late assembly of divines.
London, printed for Matthew Keynton, at the Fountain in S. Pauls Church-yard, 1656., 1656
j. The doctrine of the synod of Dort and Articles, reduced to the practise. With a consideration thereof, and representation with what sobriety it proceeds.
Amsterdam, Successors to G. Thorp, 1631?
6. William Raynor, B.D., of Egham, Surrey, aft. of St. John Baptist, London.
7. Hannibal Gammon, M.A., of Mawgan, Cornwall.
a. A funeral sermon upon ‘Ladie Frances Roberts’ (London, 1627)
b. Two assize sermons at Launceston in 1621 (London, 1622) and 1628 (London, 1629).
c. Pietas, erga benefactores, 1628.
d. Gods just desertion of the uniust: and his perseuering grace to the righteous. In a sermon preached at the Assises at Launston, the 18. of Iuly, 1621. By Hannibal Gammon, minister of Gods word at S. Maugan in Cornwall. London : printed by G. Eld for Thomas Thorp, and are to be sold at the signe of the blacke Beare in Pauls Church-yard, 1622.STC (2nd ed.), 11546; ESTC Citation S116546 , 38 p. ; 4⁰.
e. The praise of a godly woman. A sermon preached at the solemne funerall of the right honourable ladie, the Ladie Frances Roberts, at Lanhide-rock-Church in Cornwall, the tenth of August, 1626. By Hanniball Gamon, minister of the word of God, at St. Maugan in the same countie.
London : printed by I[ohn] H[aviland] for Iohn Grismond, and are to be sold at his shop in Ivie-Lane at the signe of the Gunne, 1627.
STC (2nd ed.), 11548; ESTC Citation S102888 , 37,  p. ; 4⁰.
f. Gods smiting to amendment, or, revengement. With preservatiues against revolting. In a sermon preached at the assises in Launceston, the 6. of August 1628. By Hannibal Gamon minister of Gods word at S. Maugan in Cornwall.” London : Printed [by Miles Flesher] for Iohn Clarke, and are to be sold at his shop vnder S. Peters Church in Cornhill, 1629. STC (2nd ed.), 11547; ESTC Citation S102850 , 83 [i.e. 38].
8. Jasper or Gaspar Hickes, M.A., of Lanrake, Cornwall, y. Joshua Hoyle, D.D., of Dublin, afterwards of Stepney, then Regius Professor of Divinity at Oxford.
a. Glory and Beauty of God’s Portion before the House of Commons at the Publique Fast, 26 June 1644.’
b. The Life and Death of David, preached at the Funeral of William Strode, M.P., in Westminster Abbey, 22 Sept. 1645.’ Dedicated to Sir Edward Barkham and his wife, with whom he ‘found the first safe and quiet harbour after my long wanderings and tossings in the common storme.’
c. The Advantage of Afflictions; a Sermon before House of Peers 28 Jan. 1645, the day of publike humiliation,’ in Westminster Abbey.
9. William Bridge, M.A., of Yarmouth.
a. The Righteous Man’s Habitation. (130 pages) PDF Internet Archive
b. The Works of the William Bridge, Volume 1. (532 pages). PDF Internet Archive
Containing the following:
1. A Memoir of the Author.
2. The Great Gospel Mystery of the Saints’ Comfort and Holiness opened and applied from Christ’s Priestly Office.
3. Satan’s Power to Tempt and Christ’s Love to and Care of his People under Temptation.
4. Grace for Grace (or, The Overflowings of Christ’s Fullness Received by All Saints).
5. The Spiritual Life and In-being of Christ in all Believers.
6. The Righteous Man’s Habitation in the Time of Plague and Pestilence.
c. The Works of the William Bridge, Volume 2. (486 pages). PDF Internet Archive
Containing the following:
1. A Lifting up for the Downcast. -popular-
2. The Spiritual Achings of Faith through Natural Impossibilities.
3. The Great Things Faith Can Do.
4. The Great Things Faith Can Suffer.
5. The Freeness of the Grace and Love of God to Believers Discovered.
d. The Works of the William Bridge, Volume 3. (468 pages). PDF Internet Archive
Containing the following:
1. Christ and the Covenant, the Work and Way of Meditation, God’s Return to the Soul or Nation, together with his Preventing Mercy.
2. Christ in Travail.
3. Seasonable Truths in Evil Times.
e. The Works of the William Bridge, Volume 4. (482 pages). TEXT Internet Archive
Containing the following:
1. Seventeen sermons on various subjects and occasions.
2. Evangelical Repentance.
f. The Works of the William Bridge, Volume 5. (452 pages). PDF Internet Archive
Containing the following:
1. The Sinfulness of Sin and the Fullness of Christ.
3. A Word to the Aged.
4. The Wounded Conscience Cured and Weak One Strengthened.
5. The Truth of the Times Vindicated.
6. The Loyal Convert, According to the Oxford Copy, with Annotations Thereon.
7. The Doctrine of Justification by Faith Opened and Applied.
10. Thomas Wincop, D.D., of Ellesworth, Cambridge.
a. Two sermons before the House of Commons (unknown name)
11. Thomas Goodwin, B.D., of London, aft. of Magdalen College, Oxford.
The Works of Thomas Goodwin, Volume 1. (610 pages) PDF Internet Archive
This volume contains “An Exposition of the First Chapter of the Epistle to the Ephesians” in 36 sermons.
The Works of Thomas Goodwin, Volume 2. (554 pages) PDF Internet Archive
This volume contains the following:
1. An Exposition of Various Passages of the Epistle to the Ephesians. Twenty-nine sermons, mainly in Ephesians 2.
2. Patience and Its Perfect Work. James 1:1-5 in four sermons.
The Works of Thomas Goodwin, Volume 3. (572 pages) PDF Internet Archive
This volume contains the following:
1. An Exposition of the Revelation.
2. Certain Select Cases Resolved:
a.) A Child of Light Walking in Darkness. Isaiah 50:10-11.
b.) The Return of Prayers. Psalm 85:8.
c.) The Trial of a Christian’s Growth. John 15:1-2.
d.) The Vanity of Thoughts. Jeremiah 4:14.
The Works of Thomas Goodwin, Volume 4. (586 pages) PDF Internet Archive
This volume contains the following:
1. Christ Set Forth. Romans 8:34.
2. The Heart of Christ in Heaven Towards Sinners on Earth. John 13:1. Hebrews 4:15.
3. Aggravation of Sin. Romans 7:13. Romans 1:21. Romans 2:4-5.
4. Encouragements to Faith. John 6:37-38.
5. The Glory of the Gospel. Two sermons on Colossians 1:26-27.
6. A Discourse of the Glory of the Gospel. A longer treatise on Colossians 1:26-27.
7. The Knowledge of God the Father, and His Son Jesus Christ. 1 Corinthians 8:6.
The Works of Thomas Goodwin, Volume 5. (570 pages) PDF Internet Archive
This volume contains the following:
1. Christ the Mediator. (Makes up the bulk of this volume.)
2. The Supremacy of Christ Above Moses. Hebrews 12:25-29, Haggai 2:5-9.
3. The Reconciliation of the People of God by Christ’s Death. Ephesians 2:14-16.
4. The One Sacrifice. Hebrews 10:4-7.
5. Reconciliation by the Blood of Christ. Colossians 1:20.
6. Three sermons on Hebrews 1:1-2.
The Works of Thomas Goodwin, Volume 6. (548 pages) PDF Internet Archive
This volume contains “The Work of the Holy Ghost in Our Salvation.”
The Works of Thomas Goodwin, Volume 7. (596 pages) PDF Internet Archive
This volume contains the following:
1. Of the Creatures, and the Condition of Their State by Creation.
2. Of Gospel Holiness in the Heart and Life.
3. Of the Blessed State of Glory Which the Saints Possess After Death.
4. Three Several Ages of Christians in Faith and Obedience.
5. Man’s Restoration by Grace.
6. On Repentance. Two sermons on Zephaniah 2:1-3.
The Works of Thomas Goodwin, Volume 8. (618 pages) PDF Internet Archive
This volume contains “The Object and Acts of Justifying Faith.”
The Works of Thomas Goodwin, Volume 9. (530 pages) PDF Internet Archive
This volume contains the following:
1. A Discourse of Election &c. (Makes up the bulk of this volume.)
2. A Discourse of Thankfulness, which is Due to God for His Benefits and Blessings. Psalm 100:4.
The Works of Thomas Goodwin, Volume 10. (586 pages) PDF Internet Archive
This volume contains “An Unregenerate Man’s Guiltiness Before God, in Respect of Sin and Punishment.”
The Works of Thomas Goodwin, Volume 11. (560 pages) PDF Internet Archive
This volume contains “The Constitution, Right Order, and Government of the Churches of Christ.”
The Works of Thomas Goodwin, Volume 12. (350 pages) PDF Internet Archive
This volume contains five sermons:
1. An Immediate State of Glory for the Spirits of Just Men, Upon Dissolution, Demonstrated. 2 Corinthians 5:5.
2. The Great Interest of States and Kingdoms. Psalm 105:14-15.
3. A Glimpse of Zion’s Glory; or, The Church’s Beauty Specified. Revelation 19:6.
4. The World to Come; or, The Kingdom of Christ Asserted. Ephesians 1:21-22.
5. Zerubbabel’s Encouragement to Finish the Temple. Zechariah 4:6-9.
12. John Ley, M.A., of Budworth, Cheshire.
a. An Apology in Defence of the Geneva Notes on the Bible (written circa 1612).
b. A Patterne of Pietie, or the Religious life and death of that grave and gracious Matron, Mrs. Jane Ratcliffe, Widow, and Citizen of Chester, 1640.
c. Sunday a Sabbath, or a preparative Discourse for discussion of Sabbatary doubts, 1641.
d. The Christian Sabbath maintained, in Answer to a book of Dr. Pocklington stiled “Sunday no Sabbath.”
e. A Letter against the Erection of an Altar, 1641.
f. A Case of Conscience concerning the Sacrament of the Lord’s Supper, 1641.
g. Defensive Doubts, Hopes and Reasons for Refusall of the Oath imposed by the sixth Canon of the late Synod, 1641.
h. A Comparison of the Parliamentary Prostestation with the late Canonical Oath, 1641.
i. A Discourse concerning Puritans, 1641.
j. A Monitor of Mortality, 1643 (two funeral sermons).
k. Fury of War and Folly of Sin, 1643, a sermon.
l. The New Quere and Determination upon it, by Mr. Saltmarsh … examined, 1646.
m. Apologetical Narrative of the late Petition of the Common Council and Ministers of London, 1646.
n. Light for Smoak, or a cleare and distinct Reply to a dark and confused Answer in a book made and entitled “The Smoke in the Temple” by John Saltmarsh, 1646.
o. An After-reckoning with Mr. Saltmarsh, 1646.
p. Attestation of the Ministers of Cheshire to the Testimony of the Ministers of the Province of London, 1648.
q. Elaborate Annotations on the Pentateuch, 1651.
r. A Learned Defence for the Legaluty of Tithes, Oxford, 1653.
s. General Reasons against the Payment of a fifth part to Sequestered Ministers Wives and Children … whereto are added special Reasons against the Payment of a fifth part to Dr. E. H[yde] out of the Rectory of Brightwell, 1654.
t. Debate concerning the English Liturgy drawn out in two English and two Latin Epistles, written betwixt Edward Hyde and John Ley, 1656.
u. Discourses or Disputations, chiefly concerning matters of Religion, 1658.
v. Animadversions on two printed Books of Joh. Onely, a Lay Preacher.
w. Equitable and Necessary Considerations for the Association of Arms throughout England and Wales.
x. Comparison of the Oath of the Sixth Canon of the last Synod of Bishops and the Protestation set forth by the Parliament, in Answer to a letter of Pedoel Harlow, Gent.
y. Exceptions Many and Just, being an Answer to two injurious Petitions against Tithes.
13. Thomas Case, M.A., of St. Mary Magdalene, Milk Street, London.
a. Deliverance-Obstruction (or, The Setbacks of Reformation). (49 pages) PDF Google Books
b. Mount Pisgah (or, A Prospect of Heaven). 1 Thessalonians 4:13-18. PDF Google Books
A very small extract.
c. A Treatise on Afflictions. (183 pages) PDF Google Books
d. The Quarrel of the Covenant
14. John Pyne, of Bereferrers, Devon.
None listed or found.
15. Francis Whidden (or Whiddon), M.A., of Moreton-Hampstead, Devon.
a. The Golden Topaz or Heart Jewel, on Hebrews 13:8.
16. Richard Love, D.D., of Ekington, and of Corpus Christi College, Cambridge.
a. Two Latin congratulatory addresses on the return of Charles II, which he published in one volume at Cambridge, 1660.
b. Published works in the Cambridge collection of verses which were published at the Restoration.
c. A sermon, preached at Whitehall to parliament at the monthly fast, 30 March 1642, entitled “The Watchman’s Watchword,” 1643, Cambridge.
17. William Gouge, D.D., of Blackfriars, London, Assessor after Palmer.
A Commentary on the whole Epistle to the Hebrews, Volume 1. (408 pages) PDF Internet Archive
This volume covers Hebrews 1-5.
A Commentary on the whole Epistle to the Hebrews, Volume 2. (388 pages) PDF Internet Archive
This volume covers Hebrews 6-10.
A Commentary on the whole Epistle to the Hebrews, Volume 3. (404 pages) PDF Internet Archive
This volume covers Hebrews 11-13. Gouge died before he could complete this volume; his eldest son Thomas completed the commentary on Hebrews 13.
The Complete Armour of God. (766 pages) PDF Puritan Downloads
Together with “Domestical Duties”.
Of Domestical Duties. (339 pages)
A series of eight treatises:
1. The Scriptural Basis for Domestical Duties
2. Of Husband and Wife, mutual duties betwixt man and wife
3. Of Wives’ Particular Duties
4. Of Husbands’ Particular Duties
5. Duties of Children
6. Duties of Parents
7. Duties of Servants
8. Duties of Master
An Exposition on the Whole Fifth Chapter of St. John’s Gospel. (388 pages) PDF Puritan Downloads
Also includes notes on John 3:29-36; certain verses from Mark 1-2; Luke 3:19-20; James 4:7; Genesis 2:9; Genesis 7:23; Exodus 12:8,11,14-16; Psalm 30:2; parts of Ephesians 5-6.
God’s Three Arrows: Plague, Famine, Sword. (494 pages) PDF Puritan Downloads
Three treatises based on Ezekiel 6:11
1. A Plaister for the Plague
2. Dearth’s Death
3. The Church’s Conquest over the Sword.
L’Armure Complete de Dieu. (616 pages) PDF Google Books
The Whole Armour of God in French. Ephesians 6:10-20.
Mercy’s Memorial. (31 pages) PDF Puritan Downloads
A sermon preached November 17, 1644, celebrating deliverance from Queen Elizabeth’s persecution. Exodus 13:43.
A Recovery from Apostacy. (97 pages) PDF Puritan Downloads
The Right Way, or, A Direction for Obtaining Good Success in a Weighty Enterprise. (43 pages) PDF Puritan Downloads
Preached before Parliament on September 12, 1648. Ezra 8:21.
The Sabbath’s Sanctification. (46 pages) PDF Puritan Downloads
The Works of William Gouge. (766 pages) PDF Puritan Downloads
Contains both “Domestical Duties” and “The Complete Armour of God”.
Not available online:
a. The Saint’s Support. A sermon preached to Parliament in 1642.
b. A Short Catechism.
c. The Dignitie of Chiualrie. A sermon to the artillery company of London, preached in 1626.
d. The Progress of Divine Providence.
18. Ralph Brownerigg, D.D., Bishop of Exeter, sent excuse for non-attendance.
Brownrig published nothing during his lifetime, but at his death he ‘disposed all his sermons, notes of sermons, papers, and paperbooks,’ to the Rev. W. Martyn, ‘sometime preacher at the Rolls,’ with liberty to print what he should think good. Mr. Martyn determined to print nothing without the sanction of Dr. Gauden, whose rather exaggerated view of Brownrig’s merits he seems to have adopted, for he calls him ‘one of the greatest lights the church of England ever enjoyed.’ He published forty sermons of Brownrig’s in 1652, which were reprinted with twenty-five others in 1665, making two volumes.
19. Samuel Ward, D.D., Master of Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge.
This updated work houses all Samuel Ward’s sermons and treatises in one volume, both in electronic form and in hardback:
A Memoir of Samuel Ward. by J.C. Ryle
A Coal from the Altar to Kindle Holy Fire of Zeal, 1615, Revelation 3:19
A Balm from Gilead to Recover Conscience, 1617, Hebrews 13:18
All in All (or, Christ is All in All), 1622, Colossians 3:11
The Happiness of Practice, 1621, John 13:17
Jethro’s Justice of Peace, 1618, Exodus 18:21-23
The Life of Faith, various scriptures
The Life of Faith in Death: Exemplified in the Living Speeches of Dying Christians, 1621
A Peace-Offering to God for the Blessings We Enjoy Under His Majesty’s Reign, with a Thanksgiving for the Prince’s Safe Return, 1624, 1 Thessalonians 5:18
Woe to Drunkards, Proverbs 23:29,32
Christ is All in All, Colossians 3:11.
20. John White, M.A., of Dorchester, Assessor.
a. A Way to the Tree of Life: Sundry Directions for the Profitable Reading of the Scriptures, London, 1647, 8vo.
b. David’s Psalms in Metre, agreeable to the Hebrew. To be sung in usuall Tunes To the benefit of the Churches of Christ, London, 1655, 12mo.
c. A Commentary upon the Three First Chapters of the First Book of Moses called Genesis, London, 1656, fol.
21. Edward Peale, of Compton, Dorset.
No works listed.
22. Stephen Marshall, B.D., of Finchingfield, Essex.
Puritan Publications is working to place all of Marshall’s works in print.
a. A peace-offering to God. A sermon preached to the Honourable House of Commons assembled in Parliament, at their publique thanksgiving, September 7. 1641. For the peace concluded between England and Scotland. By Stephen Marshall, Batchelour in Divinity, minister of Finchingfield in Essex. Published by order of the said House. London: printed by T.P. and M.S. for Samuel Man, dwelling in St. Pauls Church-yard, at the signe of the Swan, 1641.
b. A sermon preached before the Honourable House of Commons, now assembled in Parliament, at their publike fast, November 17. 1640. Upon 2 Chron. 15. 2. The Lord is with you, while yee bee with him: and if yee seek him, he will be found of you: but if yee forsake him, he will forsake you. By Stephen Marshall, Batchelour in Divinity, minister of Finchingfield in Essex. Published by order of the said House. London: Printed by J. Okes, for Samuel Man, dwelling in St. Pauls Church-yard, at the signe of the Swan, 1641.
c. Meroz curse for not helping the Lord against the mightie. Being the substance of a sermon, preached on a day of humiliation, at St. Sepulchers, London, Decemb. 2. 1641. By that powerfull and Godly [divine,] Mr. Stephen Marsh[all.] Published in one sheet of paper, [(not by the author)] but by a lover of truth, for t[heir good especially] that are not able to buy big[ger books.] Being a very seasonable subject, [wherein all that either] out of policie or sloth, refuse to [helpe the Lord, may see] their danger; and they that are willin[g are called, and directions] given to them, both what manner o[f persons they ought to be,] and what they ought to do [to helpe the Lord.] Wherein also every true Chri[stian may see, that though] they be never so weake or poore, [yet they may, and ought] to helpe the Lord, and by w[hat meanes.] London : printed for John Wright junior.
d. A most true and succinct relation of the late battell neere Kineton in Warwick-shire, expressed in a letter from that godly and reverend divine Master Stephen Marshall, to his friend a worthy Member of the Honourable House of Commons. London: printed for H.S., Novemb. 3. 1642.
e. Reformation and desolation: or, A sermon tending to the discovery of the symptomes of a people to whom God will by no meanes be reconciled. Preached to the Honourable House of Commons at their late solemne fast, Decemb. 22. 1641. By Stephen Marshall B.D. Minister of Finching-field in Essex. Published by order of that House. London: printed for Samuel Gellibrand, at the Brasen Serpent in Pauls Churchyard, 1642.
f. A copy of a letter written by Mr Stephen Marshall to a friend of his in the city, for the necessary vindication of himself and his ministry, against that altogether groundlesse, most unjust, and ungodly aspersion cast upon him by certaine malignants in the city, and lately printed at Oxford, in their Mendacium aulicum, otherwise called Mercurius aulicus, and sent abroad into other nations to his perpetuall infamy. In which letter the accusation is fully answered. And together with that, the lawfulnesse of the Parliaments taking up defensive arms is briefly and learnedly asserted and demonstrated, texts of Scripture cleared, all objections to the contrary answered, to the full satisfaction of all those that desire to have their consciences informed in this great controversie. London: printed for Samuel Gellibrand, at the Brazen Serpent in Pauls Church-yard, 1643.
g. A letter from Mr. Marshall, and Mr. Nye, appointed assistants to the commissioners of Scotland: to their brethren in England, concerning the successe of their affaires there, partly concerning the covenant. Published by the order of the House of Commons. London: printed for John Bellamy and Ralph Smith, 1643.
h. A plea for defensive armes: or, A copy of a letter written by Mr Stephen Marshall to a friend of his in the city, for the necessary vindication of himself and his ministerie, against that altogether groundlesse, most unjust, and ungodly aspersion cast upon him by certai malignants in the city, and lately printed at Oxford, in their Mendacium aulicum, otherwise called, Mercurius Aulicus, and sent abroad into other nations to his perpetual infamie. In which letter the accusation is fully answered. And together with that, the lawfulnesse of the Parliaments taking up defensive arms is briefly and learnedly asserted and demonstrated, texts of Scripture cleared, all objections to the contrary answered, to the full satisfaction of all those that desire to have their consciences informed in this great controversie. London: printed for Samuel Gellibrand, at the Brazen Serpent in Pauls Church-yard, 1643.
i. The song of Moses the servant of God, and the song of the Lambe: opened in a sermon preached to the Honorable House of Commons, at their late solemne day of thanksgiving, Iune 15. 1643. for the discovery of a dangerous, desperate, and bloudy designe, tending to the utter subversion of the Parliament, and of the famous city of London. By Stephen Marshall, B.D. and Pastor of Finchingfield in Essex. Published by order of that House. London: printed for Sam: Man and Sam: Gellibrand in Pauls Church-yard, 1643.
j. Two speeches spoken at a common hall, Octob. 27. 1643. 1. By Sir Henry Vane. 2. By Master Marshall. VVherein is shevved the readinesse of the Scots to assist the kingdome and Parliament of England to the utmost of their power. Edinburgh : printed by Robert Bryson, anno Dom. 1643.
k. A divine project to save a kingdome: Opened in a sermon to the Right Honorable the Lord Maior and court of aldermen, of the citie of London, at their anniversary meeting on Easter Munday, Apr. 22. 1644. at Christ-Church. By Stephen Marshall, B.D. Minister of Gods word at Finchingfield in Essex. Imprimatur, Charles Herle. London: printed by Richard Cotes, for Stephen Bowtell, and are to be sold at his shop at the signe of the Bible in Popes-head-Alley, 1644.
l. A sacred panegyrick, or A sermon of thanks-giving preached to the two Houses of Parliament, His Excellency the Earl of Essex, the Lord Major, court of aldermen, and common councel of the city of London, the reverend Assembly of Divines, and commissioners from the Church of Scotland. Upon occasion of their solemn feasting, to testifie their thankfulness to God, and union and concord one with another, after so many designs to divide them, and thereby to ruin the kingdome, Jan. 18. 1643. By Stephen Marshall, B.D. minister of Gods Word at Finching-field in Essex. Published by order of the Lords and Commons. London: printed for Stephen Bowtell, and are to be sold at his shop at the sign of the Bible in Popes-head-ally, 1644.
m. A Sermon of the Baptizing of Infants. Preached in the Abbey Church at Westminster, at the Morning Lecture, appointed by the Honorable House of Commons
London : Printed by Richard Cotes for Stephen Bowtell, at the signe of the Bible in Popes-head-Alley.
n. Threnodia. The churches lamentation for the good man his losse: delivered in a sermon to the Right honourable the two Houses of Parliament, and the Reverend Assembly of Divines, at the funerall of that excellent man John Pym, Esquire, late a member of the Honourable House of Commons. Preached in the Abbey-Church of Westminster, by Stephen Marshall, B.D. Minister of Gods word at Finching-field in Essex. Published by order of the House of Commons.
London : printed for Stephen Bowtell, and are to be sold at his shop in Popes head Alley, 1644.
o. A sacred record to be made of Gods mercies to Zion: a thanksgiving sermon preached to the two Houses of Parliament, the Lord Major, Court of Aldermen, and Common-Councell of the city of London, at Christ-Church, June 19. 1645. Being the day of their publike thanksgiving to almighty God for the great and glorious victory obtained by the Parliaments army under the conduct of Sir Thomas Fairfax in Naseby-field. By Stephen Marshall B.D. Minister of Gods Word at Finching-field in Essex. London: Printed by Rich. Cotes for Stephen Bowtell, and are to be sold at the sign of the Bible in Popes-head-Alley.
p. Gods master-piece. A sermon tending to manifest Gods glorious appearing in the building up of Zion: preached to the Right Honourable the House of Peers, in the Abbey Church of Westminster, March 26. 1645. Being the day of the monthly publike fast, by Stephen Marshall, B.D. minister of Gods Word, at Finching-field in Essex. Published by order of the House of Peeres. London : printed by Richard Cotes, for Stephen Bowtell, and are to be sold at the signe of the Bible in Popes-head Alley, 1645.
q. The strong helper or, The interest, and power of the prayers of the destitute, for the building up of Sion. Opened in a sermon before the Honorable House of Commons assembled in Parliament, upon the solemn day of their monethly fast, April 30. 1645. By Stephen Marshall, B.D. minister of Gods Word, at Finching-field in Essex. London: Printed by Richard Cotes, for Stephen Bowtell, and are to be sold at the signe of the Bible in Popes-head Alley, 1645.
r. A defence of infant-baptism: in answer to two treatises, and an appendix to them concerning it; lately published by Mr. Jo. Tombes. Wherein that controversie is fully discussed, the ancient and generally received use of it from the apostles dayes, untill the Anabaptists sprung up in Germany, manifested. The arguments for it from the holy Scriptures maintained, and the objections against it answered. By Steven Marshall B.D. minister of the Gospell, at Finchingfield in Essex.
London : by Ric. Cotes, for Steven Bowtell, and are to bee sold at his shop, at the Bible in Popes-head Alley, 1646.
s. A two-edged sword out of the mouth of babes, to execute vengeance upon the enemy and avenger. Presented in a sermon to the Right Honourable the House of Lords assembled in Parliament, in the Abbey-Church at Westminster, Octob. 28. 1646. the solemn day of their monthly fast. By Stephen Marshall B.D. minister of Gods Word at Finchingfield in Essex. London: Printed by R. Cotes for Stephen Bowtell, at the Bible in Popes-head-alley, 1646.
t. A sermon preached to the Honorable House of Commons assembled in Parliament: at their late solemne fast, Januar. 26. 1647. at Margarets Westminster. By Steven Marshall, B.D. London: printed by Richard Cotes, for Steven Bowtell, at the signe of the Bible in Popes-head Alley, 1647
u. A sermon preached to the two Houses of Parliament, at their solemn meeting to praise God for his infinite mercy in the restoring of the said Houses of Parliament to their honor and freedome with so little effusion of blood: at the Abbey-Church in Westminster, Aug. 12. 1647. By Stephen Marshall, B.D. Minister of Finchingfield in Essex. London : Printed by R. Cotes for Stephen Bowtell, at the Bible in Popeshead-Alley, 1647.
v. An expedient to preserve peace and amity, among dissenting brethren. By a brother in Christ. London: printed for H.R. and are to be sold at his shop at the signe of the three Pigeons in Pauls Churchyard, 1647.
w. The right vnderstanding of the times: opened in a sermon preached to the Honorable House of Commons, December 30. 1646. at Margaret Westminster, being the day of their solemne monethly fast. By Stephen Marshall, B.D. Minister of Gods Word at Finchingfield in Essex. London: Printed by Richard Cotes, for Stephen Bowtell, and are to bee sold at the signe of the Bible in Popes-head Alley, 1647.
x. Emmanuel: a thanksgiving-sermon preached to the Honourable House of Commons upon their solemn day of praising God for the victory obtained by the Parliaments forces in Southvvales. In the church of Margarets Westminster, May 17. 1648. By Stephen Marshall B.D. minister of Gods Word at Finchingfield in Essex. London: printed by R. Cotes for Stephen Bowtell at the sign of the Bible in Popes-head Alley, 1648.
y. The sinne of hardnesse of heart: the nature, danger, and remedy of it. Opened in a sermon, preached to the Honorable House of Commons, July 28. 1648. being the day of their solemne monethly fast. By Stephen Marshall, B.D. minister of Gods Word at Finchingfield in Essex. Published by order of that House.
London : printed by R. Cotes, for Stephen Bowtell, at the signe of the Bible in Popes-head Alley, 1648. Wing (2nd ed.), M783; Thomason, E.455; ESTC Citation R204198 , 40 p. ; 4⁰.
z. A sermon preached to the right honourable the lord mayor, and court of aldermen of the City of London, at their anniversary meeting on Easter Monday April 1652. at the Spittle. Wherein the unity of the saints with Christ, the head, and especially with the church, the body; with the duties thence arising, are endeavoured to bee cleared. Tending to heale our rents and divisions. By Stephen Marshal B.D. and minister of the gospel at Finchingfield in Essex. London : printed by R.I. for Stephen Bowtel, at the Bible in Popes-Head-Alley, 1652.
aa. The power of the civil magistrate in matters of religion vindicated. The extent of his power determined. In a sermon preached before the first Parliament on a monthly fast day. By the late faithfull and laborious servant of Christ, Mr. Stephen Marshall, B.D. and minister of the Gospel for many yeers in Fenchenfield, but the two last yeers of his life in Ipswich. Published by G. Firmin minister of Shalford, with notes upon the sermon. London: printed for Nathaniel Webb, and William Grantham, at the sign of the Black Bear in St. Pauls Church-yard, neer the little north door, 1657.
bb. The works of Mr Stephen Marshall, late minister of the Gospel at Finching-Field in Essex. And since at Ipswitch in Suffolk. The first part. Viz. I. Of Christ’s intercession. And of sins of infirmity. II. The high priviledge of beleevers. They are the sons of God. III. Faith the only means spiritually to feed on Christ. IV. Of self-denial. V. The saints duty to keep their heart in a good frame, etc. VI. The mystery of spiritual life. Attested by Ralph Venning.
London : printed by Peter Cole, and Edward Cole, printers and book-sellers, at the sign of the Printing-press in Cornhil near the Royal Exchange, 1661.
23. Obadiah Sedgewick, B.D., of Coggeshall, or of Farmham, Essex.
a. The Bowels of Tender Mercy Sealed in the Everlasting Covenant. (759 pages) PDF Google Books
b. The Doctrine of Providence. (389 pages) PDF Internet Archives
Matthew 10:29-31. Appended to “The Shepherd of Israel”
c. England’s Preservation. (65 pages)PDF Google Books
Preached to the House of Commons May 25, 1642.
d. The Humbled Sinner Resolved. (521 pages) PDF Google Books
Also entitled, “Faith in the Lord Jesus Christ the only way for sensible sinners, discovering the quality, objects, and acts of justifying faith”.
e. The Shepherd of Israel, or, God’s Pastoral Care over His People. (389 pages) PDF Internet Archives
An exposition of Psalm 23. Also includes “The Doctrine of Providence.”
f. A Catechism.
g. Christ’s Counsel to His Languishing Church of Sardis. Revelation 3:1-6.
h. The Doubting Believer.
i. The Anatomy of Secret Sins. Psalm 19:12-13.
j. An Ark Against a Deluge, or, Safety in Dangerous Times.
k. The Best and Worst Malignant.
l. The Fountain Opened, and the Water of Life Flowing.
m. Haman’s Vanity.
n. The Throne of Mercy. A Sermon on Matthew 12:31.
o. The Tribunal of Justice.
p. Speech in Guildhall.
q. Synopsis of Christianity.
r. Military Discipline for the Christian Soldier.
s. The Parable of the Prodigal.
t. The Riches of Grace.
24. John Carter, M.A., of York, after of Camberwell, or of St. Peter’s, Norwich.
a. A Commentary of Christ’s Sermon upon the Mount.
b. Two ” Catechisms.”
c. God’s Voice from His Throne of Glory
25. Peter Clerk, M.A., of Carnaby, afterwards of Kirkby, York.
No titles listed.
26. William Mew, B.D. (Meuve), of Easington, Gloucester.
a. The Robbing and Spoiling of Jacob and Israel. Sermon before Parliament.
27. Richard Capell, M.A., Pitchcombe, Gloucester.
1. God’s Valuation of Man’s Soul, in two sermons on Mark 8:36, London, 1632, 4to,
2. Tentations: their Nature, Danger, Cure, to which is added a Briefe Dispute, as touching Restitution in the Case of Usury, London, 1633, 12mo; second edition, London, 1635, 12mo; third edition, London, 1636-7, 12mo; sixth edition, consisting of five parts, 1658-55, 8vo. The fourth part was published at London, 1633,8vo. The ‘Brief Dispute’ was answered by T. P., London, 1679.
3. Apology in Defence of Some Exceptions against some Particulars in the Book of Tentations, London, 1659, 8vo.
4. Capel’s Remains, being an useful Appendix to his excellent Treatise of Tentations, with a preface prefixed, wherein is contained an Abridgment of the author’s life, by his friend, Valentine Marshall,’ London, 1658, 8vo.
28. Theophilus Bathurst, or Theodore Backhurst, of Overton Watervile, Wilts.
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29. Philip Nye, M.A., of Kimbolton, Hunts.
a. The Principles of Faith, presented by Thomas Goodwin, Philip Nye, &c. to the committee of Parliament for Religion, by way of explanation to the Proposals for propagating the Gospel. 4to. London, 1654.
b. Co-author of the Apologeticall Narration, 1648.
30. Brocket (or Peter) Smith, D.D., of Barkway, Herts.
a. Hexapla Leviticum, finished by P. Smith. folio. 1631.
b. The Life and Death of A. Willet [in T. Fuller, Abel redevivus, etc.] 4to. 1651.
c. A Sermon from Psal. 107:6, preached before the Honourable House of Commons, at their monethly fast, May 29, 1644. 4to. pp. 46. London, 1644.
31. Cornelius Burges, D.D., of Watford, Herts, Assessor, aft. of St. Andrew’s, Wells.
a. A Chain of Graces drawn out at length for Reformation of Manners, 1622
b. A New Discovery of Personal Tithes; or the 10th part of men’s cleere gaines proved due, 1625
c. The Fire of the Sanctuarie newly uncovered, or a compleat tract of zeal, 1625
d. Baptismal Regeneration of Elect Infants professed by the Church of England, according to the Scriptures, the Primitive Church, the present Reformed Churches, and many particular Divines apart, 1629
e. The First Sermon preached before the House of Commons at their publique Fast, 17 Nov. 1640, 1641
f. A Vindication of the Nine Reasons of the House of Commons against the Votes of Bishops in Parliament; or a Reply to the Answers made to the said Reasons in defence of such votes, 1641, 4to (this is anonymous, but is given to Burges both by Wood and Calamy)
g. A Sermon before the House of Commons, 5 Nov, 1641
h. The Necessity and Benefit of Washing the Heart, a sermon before the House of Commons, 30 March, 1642
i. The Vanity and Mischief of the Thoughts of an Heart Unwashed, a sermon before the House of Commons on their day of humiliation, 30 April, 1645
j. The Necessity of Agreement with God; a sermon preached before the House of Peers, 29 Oct., being the monethly Fast, 1645
k. Sion College, what it is and doth. A Vindication of that Society against Surges Two Pamphlets, 1648
l. A Vindication of the Ministers of the Gospel in and about London from the unjust aspersions cast upon their former actings for the Parliament as if they promoted the bringing of the king to capitall punishment, 1648
m. Case as lecturer in Paul’s A Case concerning the Buying of Bishops’ Lands, with the lawfulness thereof, and the difference between the contractors for the sale of those lands and the corporation of Wells
n. No Sacrilege nor Sinne to aliene or purchase the lands of Bishops or others, whose offices are abolished, 2nd edition, 1659
o. No Sacrilege … Cathedral Lands as such, 3rd editions. 1660,
p. Prudent Silence, a sermon in Mercers-Chappel to the Lord Mayor and the City, 14 Jan. 1648, shewing the great sin and mischief of destroying kings, 1660
q. Reasons showing the Necessity of Reformation of the Public Doctrine, Worship, Rites and Ceremonies, Church Government, and Discipline, &c., offered to Parliament by divers Ministers of sundry counties in England, 1660
r. Some of the Differences and Alterations in the present Common Prayer-Book from the book established by the Act in the 5th and 6th of Ed. VI and 1st of Q. Eliz., 1660
s. Another Sermon preached to the Honourable House of Commons, from Psal. 76:10. November the fifth, 1641. Wherein, among other things, are shewed A List of some of the Popish Traytors in England. That their Treasons were not occasioned by our Laws, but from Principles of their owne Religion. 4to. pp. 65. Printed by R. B. for P. Stephens & C/ Meridith: London, 1641.
t. Sion College, what it is, and doeth. Together with a vindication of that Society from the slanderous diffamations of two…satyres, the one called Sion College visited: the other the Pulpit Incendiary. As also a little taste . . . of another young thing of Mr J. Goodwins . . . under the name of NeofutopresbuteroV . . . By C. B.. 4to. pp. 31. 1648.
32. John Greene, of Pencombe, Hereford.
a. A briefe unvailing of God and mans glory. In which is, 1) A briefe rehearsall of happinesse in generall. 2) How this happinesse is manifested by Iesus Christ. 3) The soules song of love. By John Greene. London : sold by Thomas Faucet in the Black-Friers, 1641.
b. The world’s riddle and the saint’s blisse, London: Sold by Thomas Faucet .., 1641
c. Nehemiah’s teares and prayers for Judah’s affliction, and the ruines and repaire of Jerusalem. Delivered in a sermon in the Church of Magarets Westminster, before the Honourable House of Commons upon the day of their monethly humiliation, April 24. 1644. By John Greene Master of Arts, late pastour of Pencomb in the countie of Hereford. London : printed by G.M. for Philemon Stephens, and are to be sold at his shop at the golden Lion in Pauls Church-yard, 1644.
d. The churches duty, for received mercies. Discovered in a sermon preached before the Honourable House of Commons: at Margarets Westminster, Feb. 24. 1646. being the day of the solemne monthly fast. By John Greene Minister of Gods Word, and a member of the Assembly of Divines. London : Printed by F.B. for Philemon Stephens, and are to bee sold at his shop at the gilded Lion in Pauls Church-Yard, 1647
e. The Fall of Adam
33. Stanley Cower, of Brampton Bryan, Hereford, and St. Martin’s, Ludgate.
No works listed.
34. Francis Taylor, B.D., of Yalding, Kent.
a. The Danger of Vowes Neglected, and the Necessity of Reformation, a Sermon before the House of Lords, at the late solemn Fast in the Abbey-church, Westminster, May 27, 1646 — 1646.
b. God’s Glory in Man’s Happiness, 1654.
c. Opuscula Rabbinica, 1654.
d. Examen Prefationis Morini in Biblia Grseca de Textus Hebraici Corruptione, 1660.
e. Tractatus de Patribus Rabbi Nathan.
f. Capitula Patrum.— And most probably some others.
35. Thomas Wilson, M.A., of Otham, Kent.
a. Be Thankful London and her Sisters, 1626.
b. Four Sermons, 1639.
c. Tryal of our Church-forsakers, 1639.
d. Milk for Babes; or, a Mother’s Catechism for her Children, 1646.
e. Three Sermons, 1646.
f. A Christian Family Builded by God; Directions for Governors of Families, 1653.
36. Anthony Tuckney, B.D., of Boston, and St. Michael Quern, aft. Master successively of Emmanuel and St. John’s, Cambridge, and Professor of Divinity after Arrowsmith.
a. The balme of Gilead, for the wounds of England applyed in a sermon preached at Westminster before the Honourable House of Commons, at the late solemne fast, August 30, 1643
b. Forty sermons upon several occasions
c. Moral and religious aphorisms: collected from the manuscript papers of the reverend and learned doctor Whichcote; and published in MDCVIII, by Dr. Jeffery. Now re-published, with very large additions, from the transcripts of the latter, by Samuel Salter … to which are added, eight letters: which passed between Dr. Whichcote … and Dr. Tuckney … on several very interesting subjects by Benjamin Whichcote
d. A good day well improved, or Five sermons upon Acts 9:31 Two of which were preached at Pauls, and ordered to be printed. To which is annexed a sermon on 2 Tim. 1. 13. Preached at St. Maries in Cambridge, on the Commencement Sabbath, June 30. 1650. By Anthony Tuckney D.D. and Master of St Johns College in Cambridge
e. Prælectiones theologicæ nec non determinationes quæstionum variarum insignium in Scholis Academicis Cantabrigiensibus habitæ ; quibus accedunt exercitia pro gradibus capessendis. Per rev doctissq. virum Anton. Tuckney, S.T.D. in Academia Cantabrigiensi quondam SS. Theolog. professorem regium, collegii emanuelis primum, dein s. joan. evangelistæ præfestum
f. None but Christ, or A sermon upon Acts 4:12. Preached at St. Maries in Cambridge, on the commencement Sabbath, July 4. 1652. To which is annexed, an enquiry after what hope may be had of the salvation of [brace] 1. Heathens. 2. Those of the old world, the Jews and others before Christ. 3. Such as die infants, and idiots, &c. now under the Gospel by Anthony Tuckney ( Book )
g. Thanatoktasia. Or, Death disarmed and the grave swallowed up in victory. A sermon preached … Decem. 22. 1653. at the publick funerals of Dr. Hill … : To which are added two sermons more
37. Thomas Coleman, M.A., of Biyton, Lincoln, aft. of St. Peters, Cornhill.
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a. The Christian’s Course and Complaint, both in the pursuit of Happiness desired, and for Advantages slipped in that pursuit ; a Sermon preached to the Honourable House of Commons on the monthly Fast, Aug. 30, 1643; at St. Margaret’s Westminster, 1643.
b. The Heart’s Engagement, a Sermon preached at St. Margaret’s Westminster, at the public entering into the Covenant, 1643.
c. God’s unusual Answer to a Solemn Fast, a Sermon preached to both Houses of Parliament, at their public Fast, Sep. 12, 1644
d. A Brotherly Examination Examined: or, a clear Justification of those Passages in a Sermon; against which Mr. Gillespie did preach and write, 1646.
e. A short Discovery of some Tenets which intrench upon the Honour and Power of Parliaments.
f. Male dicis maledicis. Or A brief reply to Nihil respondens.
g. Huls pillar of providence erected: or The providentiall columne, setting out heavens care for deliverance of that people, with extraordinary power and providence from the bloud-sucking Cavaliers, who had for six weeks closely besieged them. By T. C. minister of Gods Word. Imprimatur Charles Herle.
London: printed for Ralph Rounthwait, 1644
h. Hopes deferred and dashed. Observed in a sermon to the Honorable House of Commons, in Margarets VVestminster Iuly 30. 1645. Being the monethly fast. By Thomas Coleman preacher of the Gospel at Peters Cornhill London. Published by order.
38. Charles Herle, M.A., of Winwick, Lancashire, Prolocutor after Dr. Twisse.
a. Contemplations and devotions on the severall passages of our blessed Saviours death and Passion. Written by Charles Herle, Master in Arts, and sometimes of Excester Colledge in Oxford.
London : Printed by Aug. Mat[hewes] for Humphrey Robinson, dwelling in Pauls Churchyard at the signe of the three Pidgeons, 1631.
b. A fuller ansvver to a treatise vvritten by Doctor Ferne, entituled The resolving of conscience upon this question, whether upon this supposition, or case (the King will not defend, but is bent to subvert religion, lawes and liberties) subjects may with good conscience make resistance. VVherein the originall frame, and fundamentalls of this government of England, together with those two texts of Scripture are sufficiently cleered. viz. Rom. 13. 1. Let every soule be subject unto the higher powers: for there is no power but of God, the powers that be, are ordaine of God. 1. Pet. 2. 13. Submit your selves unto every ordinance of man for the Lords sake, whether it be to the King as Supreame. Done by another author. And by him revised and enlarged by occasion of some late pamphlets complaining in the name of the city against the Parliament. London: printed for John Bartlet, and are to be sold at the signe of the Gilt-Cup in Pauls Church-yard, neare to Austins Gate, 1642.
c. A payre of compasses for church and state. Delivered in a sermon preached at St. Margarets in Westminster, before the Honorable House of Commons, at their monethly fast November the last, 1642. By Charles Herle Rector of Winwicke in Lankashire. Published by order of that House. London: printed by G.M. for Iohn Bartlet, at the signe of the Guilt-Cup neare S. Austins-Gate, M. DC. XLII. 
d. An answer to mis-led Doctor Fearne. According to his own method of his book Sect. 1. 2. The divinity being by Scripture Sect. 3. 4. 5. The reason by Aristotle Sect. 6. 7. The sense or matter of fact by witnesse examined. London: printed in the yeare of our Lord, 1642
e. Conscience satisfied. That there is no warrant for the armes now taken up by subjects. By way of reply unto severall answers made to a treatise formerly published for the resolving of conscience upon the case. Especially unto that which is entituled A fuller answer. By H. Ferne, D.D. &c. Oxford: Printed by Leonard Lichfield printer to the Vniversity, 1643.
f. David’s song of three parts: delivered in a sermon preached before the right Honorable the House of Lords, at the Abby-Church in Westminster, upon the 15. day of June, 1643. Being the day appointed for publike thanksgiving for Gods great deliverance of the Parliament, citie and kingdome, from the late most mischievous conspiracy against all three. Ordered by the said House to be published by Charles Herle Pastor of Winwicke in Lankashire the preacher thereof. London: printed by T. Brudenell for N.A. and are to be sold at the Angell and Bible in Lumberstreet, 1643.
g. The independency on Scriptures of the independency of churches: wherein the question of independency of church-government is temperately, first, stated; secondly, argued: thirdly, cleerd from the objections: and fourthly, appeald in, to the judgements of such as stand fo it. By Master Herle, a Lancashire minister, at the request and for the satisfaction of some friends of his, and by them published: together with his letter sent them together with the treatise. London: printed by Tho. Brudenell for N.A. and are to be sold at the Angell and Bible in Lumber street, 1643.
h. Abrahams offer Gods offering: in a sermon preached before the Right Honorable, the Lord Mayor, together with the aldermen his brethren; at Christ-Church on Easter-Tuesday last, being the day of their publique thanksgiving. London: Printed for Peter Cole; at the signe of the Printing – Presse at the Royall Exchange.
i. Ahab’s fall by his prophets flatteries: being the substance of three sermons, upon I. King. 22. 22. I will be a lying spirit in the mouth of all his prophets. The first sermon preached before the honourable the Commons House of Parliament. The second before the honourable the Lord Major of London, with the Aldermen his brethren. The third at the Abbey Church in Westminster, where it was much acquarrelled by some, and as much desired to be published by others. The which is here the rather done, because laying open the grounds of all our present miseries, specially i these two words, his prophets, it may well serve to supply what is wanting in the following answer to D. Fern’s second reply to the last answer of him whom the printer stild’, the fuller answerer of the doctors first treatise, called The resolving of conscience upon this question, whether upon thi supposition, the King will not defend, but is bent to subvert religion, laws and liberties, subjects may take up arms. London: Printed by R. A. for J. Wright in the Old-Baily, 1644.
j. Davids reserve, and rescue, in a sermon, preached before the Honourable, the House of Commons, on the fifth of November. 1644. By Charles Herle, pastor of Winwick in Lancashire. Published by order of the said House. London: printed for John Wright, in the Old-Baily, 1645.
k. Worldly policy, and moral prudence. The vanity and folly of the one, the solidity and usefulnesse of the other. In a moral discourse. By Charls Herle minister of Gods word at Winwicke in Lancashire. London: printed for Sa. Gellibrand, at the Ball in Pauls Church-yard, 1654.
l. Wisdome’s tripos, or rather its inscription, Detur sapienti, in three treatises. I. Worldly policy. II. Of moral prudence. III. Of Christian wisdom. The vanity of the first. The usefulness of the second. The excellency of the third. By Charles Herle, minister of Gods Word at Winwick in Lancashire. London : printed for Samuel Gellibrand, at the Ball in Pauls Church-Yard, 1655.
39. Richard Herrick, or Heyrick, M.A., Warden of Christ’s College, Manchester, conformed at Restoration.
a. Three sermons preached at the Collegiate Church in Manchester by Richard Heyricke. London: Printed by T.B. for L. Fawne, 1641.
b. Queen Esther’s resolves: or A princely pattern of heaven-born resolution, for all the lovers of God and their country: opened in a sermon preached before the honourable House of Commons, at the monethly fast, May 27. 1646. By Richard Heyricke, warden of Christs Colledge in Manchester in Lancashire, and one of the Assembly of Divines. London: printed for Luke Favvne, and are to be sold by Thomas Smith at his shop in Manchester, 1646.
c. A sermon preached at the collegiate church at Manchester on Tuesday the 23. of April 1661. Being the coronation-day of his Royal Majestie Charles II. By Richard Heyrick warden of the said colledge. London: printed for Ralph Shelmerdine Bookseller in Manchester, 1661.
40. Richard Clayton, M.A., of Shawell, Leicester, aft. East on Magna, Essex.
41. George Gibbs, or Gippes, of Ayleston, Leicester.
42. Calibute or Calybute Downing, LL.D., of Hackney, Middlesex.
a. An appeale to every impartiall, iudicious, and godly reader: whether the presbyterie or prelacie be the better church-government, according to the Word of God; being duely compared the one with the other. By a judicious and learned divine. London: printed for Francis Coules, and Henry Twyford, anno Dom. 1641.
b. The cleere antithesis or diametrall opposition betweene presbytery and prelacy. Wherin is apparently demonstrated, whither government be most consonant and agreeable to the word of God.
London: printed for Francis Coules, and Henry Twyford, anno Dom. 1644.
c. Considerations toward a peaceable reformation in matters ecclesiasticall. Submitted to the judicious reader, by Calybute Downing.
London: printed by Richard Hearn, anno Dom. 1641.
d. A discourse of the state ecclesiastical of this kingdom, in relation to the civil. Considered under III. Conclusions. I. That the present state ecclesiastical is most convenient and best agreeing with the civil. II. That under the dominion and protection of this civil state, this state is most likely to enjoy all those rights which can any way belong unto it. III. That all the rights and respects that the state ecclesiastical enjoys or desires, are originally derived from their relation and dependence on the civil.
London : sold by Richard Royston, at the Angel in Ivie-lane, 1664.
e. A discoursive coniecture vpon the reasons that produce a desired event of the present troubles of Great Britaine, different from those of Lower Germanie. Considered in the maine passages that seeme parallel, but upon a further survey are discovered to be otherwise. By Calybute Downing, L.L.D. pastor of Hackney. London: printed by Richard Hearne, and are to be sold by Iohn Partridge, 1641.
f. A discoverie of the false grounds the Bavarian party have layd, to settle their owne faction, and shake the peace of the empire. Considered, in the case of the deteinure of the Prince Elector Palatine his dignities and dominions. With a discourse upon the interest of England in that cause. By Calybute Downing, LL.D. pastor of Hackney. Seene, and allowed.
London: printed by Ric. Hearn, and are to be sold by Thomas Bates, at his shop in the Old Bayly, 1641.
g. A sermon preached to the renowned company of the artillery, 1 September, 1640. Designed to compose the present troubles, by discovering the enemies of the peace of the church and state. Published by the honourable house of Commons. By Calybute Downing LL.D. pastor of Hackney. London: printed by E[ward]. G[riffin]. for Iohn Rothwell, and are to be sold at his shop at the signe of the Sunne in Pauls Church-yard, 1641.
43. Jeremy (Jeremiah) Burroughes, M.A., “Morning Star” of Stepney.
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a. Moses’ Choice.
b. Sion’s Joy, a Sermon, preached to the Honorable House of Commons at their Public Thanksgiving, September 7th, 1641.
c. An Exposition of the Prophecy of Hosea.
d. The Lord’s Heart Opened.
e. A Vindication of Mr. Burroughs against Mr. Edward’s Foul Aspersions, in his spreading Gangarena, and his angry Antapologia, concluding with a brief Declaration of what the Independents would have.
f. Irenicum, to the Lovers of Truth and Peace.
g. Two Treatises, the first of Earthlymindedness, the second of Conversing in Heaven, and Walking with God.
h. An Exposition of the 4th, 5th, 6th, and 7th chapters of Hosea.
i. An Exposition upon the 8th and 9th chapters of Hosea.
j. The rare Jewel of Christian Contentment.
k. Gospel Conversation.
l. The Evil of Evils, or the exceeding Sinfulness of Sin.
m. The Saint’s Treasury.
n. Of Hope and Faith, and the Saint’s Walk by Faith.
o. Reconciliation, or Christ’s Trumpet of Peace.
p. The Saint’s Happiness.
q. A Treatise of Holy Carriage in Evil Times.
r. True Blessedness, which consists in the Pardon of Sin.
s. Four useful Discourses, Newly Published by Puritan Publications.
t. Gospel Worship.
44. Edmund Calamy, B.D., of St. Mary’s, Aldermanbitry, London.
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a. The city remembrancer. Or, A sermon preached to the native-citizens, of London, at their solemn assembly in Pauls on Tuesday, the 23 of June, A.D. MDCLVII. By Edm. Calamy B.D. and pastor of the church at Alder-man-bvry. London: printed by S.G[riffin]. for John Rothwell, at the Fountain, in Goldsmiths Row, in Cheapside, 1657
b. The door of truth opened: or, A brief and true narrative of the occasion how Mr Henry Burton came to shut himself out of the church-doors of Aldermanbury: published in answer to a paper, called, Truth shut out of doors: for the vindication of the minister and people of Aldermanbury, who are in this paper most wrongfully and unjustly charged; and also for the undeceiving of the underwriters, and of all those that are misinformed about this businesse. In the name, and with the consent of the whole church of Aldermanburie London: printed for Christopher Meredith at the Crane in Pauls-Church-yard, 1645.
c. Englands antidote, against the plague of civil warre. Presented in a sermon before the Honorable House of Commons, on their late extraordinary solemne fast, October 22. 1644. By Edmund Calamy, B.D. and preacher at Aldermanbury London: printed by I.L. for Christopher Meredith, at the sign of the Crane in Pauls Church-yard, 1645.
d. Englands looking-glasse, presented in a sermon, preached before the Honourable House of Commons at their late solemne fast, December 22. 1641. By Edmund Calamy, B.D. and Preacher at Aldermanbury, London. The fourth and last edition. Published by order of the House. London: printed for Cadwallader Greene, and are to bee sold by stationers, anno 1642.
e. Gods free mercy to England. Presented as a pretious, and powerfull motive to humiliation: in a sermon preached before the Honourable House of Commons, at their late solemne fast, Feb. 23. 1641. By Edmund Calamy, B.D. and preacher at Aldermanbury London. Published by order of the House of Commons. London: printed for Christopher Meredith, at the Crane in S. Pauls Church-yard, 1642.
f. An indictment against England because of her selfe-murdering divisions: together vvith an exhortation to an England-preserving vnity and concord. Presented in a sermon preached before the Right Honourable House of Lords in the Abby church at Westminster; at the late solemne fast, December 25. 1644. By Edmund Calamy, B.D. and pastour of Aldermanbury in London: printed by I. L. for Christopher Meredith, at the sign of the Crane in Pauls Church-yard, 1645
g. Old Mr. Edmund Calamy’s former and latter sayings upon several occasions, London, printed for W.B., 1674
h. A patterne for all, especially for noble and honourable persons, to teach them how to die nobly and honourably. Delivered in a sermon preached at the solemne interment of the corps of the Right Honourable Robert Earle of Warwick. Who aged 70 years 11. months, died April 19. And was honorably buried, May 1. 1658. at Felsted in Essex. By Edmund Calamy B.D. and pastor of the church at Aldermanbury. London: printed for Edward Brewster, at the Crane in Pauls Church-yard, 1658.
i. The art of divine meditation. Or, A discourse of the nature, necessity, and excellency thereof. With motives to, and rules for the better performance of that most important Christian duty. In several sermons on Gen. 24.63. By Edmund Calamy, B.D. late minister of Aldermanbury, London. London: printed for Tho. Parkhurst, and are to be sold at his shop at the Bible and three Crowns in Cheapside near Mercers Chappel, and by J. Collier, at the Bible on Londonbridg under the gate, 1680.
j. Eli trembling for fear of the ark. A sermon preached at St. Mary Aldermanbury, Decemb. 28. 1662. By Edmund Calamy, B.D. late minister there. Upon the preaching of which he was committed prisoner to the goal of Newgate, Jan. 6. 1662. And now through his Majesties gracious favour released Jan. 12. 1662.
London: printed in the year, 1662.
k. A just and necessary apology against an unjust invective, published by Mr Henry Burton in a late book of his, entituled, Truth still truth, though shut out of doors. By Edmund Calamy B.D. and pastour of Aldermanbury. London: printed for Christopher Meredith at the sign of the Crane in Pauls Church-yard, 1646.
l. The fixed saint held forth in a farwell sermon preached at Mary-Aldermanbury, London. August 17. 1662. By Mr. Edmond Calamy. London: printed in the year 1662.
m. A collection of several sermons preached upon solemn occasions. By Edm. Calamy, B.D. and pastour of the church at Aldermanbury. London: printed for Edward Brewster at the Crane in Pauls Church-yard, 1659.
n. The monster of sinful self-seeking, anatomized. Together with a description of the heavenly and blessed selfe-seeking. In a sermon preached at Pauls the 10. of December, 1654. By Edm: Calamy, B.D. and pastor of Aldermanbury, London. London: printed by J.G. for Nath: Webb, and Will: Grantham, at the Bear in St. Pauls Church-yard, neer the little north door, 1655
o. A compleat collection of farewel sermons, preached by Mr. Calamy. Dr. Manton. Mr. Caryl. Mr. Case. Mr. Jenkins. Mr. Baxter. Dr. Jacomb. Dr. Bates. Mr. Watson. Mr. Lye. Mr. Mead. Dr. Seaman. Mr. Venning. Mr. Brooks. Mr. Collings. Mr. Newcomen. Mr. Beerman. Mr. Cradacott Mr. Sclater. Mr. Pledger. Mr. Bull. Mr. Lamb. Mr. Wadsworth. Mr. Cooper. Mr. G.N. Mr. Gaspine. Mr. Evank. Mr. George Thorn. Together, with Mr. Ash his funeral sermon, Mr. Nalton’s funeral sermon, Mr. Lye’s rehearsal at the conclusion of the last morning exercise, at Alhallowes Lombard-street, Mr. Calamy’s sermon preached at Aldermanbury, Decemb. 28th. last. And Mr. Watson’s sermon against popery. With their several prayers. London: printed in the year, 1663
p. Master Edmund Calamies leading case, London: printed in the year, MDCLXIII. 
q. The godly mans ark, or City of refuge in the day of his distress. Discovered in divers sermons: the first of which was preached at the funeral of Mistress Elizabeth Moore. The other four were afterwards preached, and are all of them now made publick, for the supportation and consolation of the saints of God, in the hour of tribulation. Hereunto are annexed Mrs. Moores Evidences for Heaven, composed and collected by her in the time of her health, for her comfort in the time of sickness. By Ed. Calamy, B.D. Late pastor of the church at Aldermanbury London: printed for John Hancock (brother to Eliz. Moore) to be sold at his shop in Popes head-Alley in Cornhill. And for Thomas Parkhurst at the Golden Bible on London-Bridge, 1669.
r. The happinesse of those who sleep in Jesus, or, The benefit that comes to the dead bodies of the saints even while they are in the grave, sleeping in Jesus. Delivered in a sermon preached at the funeral of that pious and religious lady Anne Waller, at the new church in Westminst. [sic] Oct. 31, 1661. Together with the testimony then given unto her. By Edm. Calamy, B.D. and Pastour of Aldermanbury. London: printed by J.H. for Nathanael Webb, at the Royal Oak in St. Pauls Church-Yard, near the little North-Door, 1662.
s. The great danger of covenant-refusing, and covenant-breaking. Presented in a sermon preached before the Right Honorable Thomas Adams Lord Mayor, and the Right Worshipfull the sheriffes, and the aldermen his brethren, and the rest of the Common-councell of the famous City of London, Jan. 14. 1645. Upon which day the solemne League and Covenant was renued by them and their officers with prayer and fasting at Michael Basinshaw, London. By Edmund Calamy, B.D. and pastor of Aldermanbury London. London: printed by M.F. for Christopher Meredith at the signe of the Crane in Pauls-Church-yard, 1646.
t. Two solemne covenants made between God and man: viz. the covenant of workes, and the covenant of grace. Clearly laid open, distinguished, and vindicated from many dangerous opinions; the right knowledge of which [sic] will be very profitable to all those that have escaped the first, and are confirmed in the second at the Sacrament. London: John Downame
u. The doctrine of the bodies fragility: with a divine project, discovering how to make these vile bodies of ours glorious by getting gracious souls. Represented in a sermon preached at Martins Ludgate at the funerall of that worthy and reverend minister of Jesus Christ, Dr Samuel Bolton, Master of Christ College in Cambridge, who died the 15 of Octob. 1654. and was buried the 19 day of the same month. By that painfull and pious minister of Gods Word Mr. Edmund Calamy, B.D. London: printed for Joseph Moore over aginst the Pump in Little-Britain, and are to be sold at Westminster, and in Pauls Church-yard, 1655.
45. George Walker, B.D., of St. John’s Evangelist, Watling Street, London.
a. Ernsthaffte…Representation des Urtheils des Ministerii in der Provintz Londen, etc. [Signed T. Gatakeri, G. Walker, etc.] 4to. 1649.
b. A Brotherly and Friendly Censure of the errour of a dear friend and brother in Christian affection [W. Prynne] in answer to his four Questions [concerning Exommunication and Suspension from the Sacrament] lately sent abroad, etc. 4to. pp. 10. 1645.
c. The Doctrine of the Sabbath. Wherein the first institution of the weekly Sabbath, with the time thereof, the nature of the Law binding men to keep it,…are laid open and proved out of the Holy Scriptures…Delivered in divers sermons by G. W. 4to. pp. 167. Amsterdam, 1638. BM
d. An Exhortation for contributions to maintain Teachers in Lancashire, circa 1641 . . . With an introduction by Charles W. Sutton. [in Chetham Remains, N.S. vol. 47. Chetham Miscellanies. N. S. vol. 1] 4to. pp. xiii. 25.
e. Fisher’s Folly Unfolded; or, The Vaunting Jesuites Vanity discovered in a challenge of his (by him proudly made, but on his part poorely performed). Undertaken and answered by G. W. London, 1624.
f. God made Visible in His Workes, or a Treatise of the Externall Workes of God, etc. London, 1641.
g. The History of the Creation, as it is written by Moses in the first and second Chapters of Genesis, plainly opened and expounded in several sermons preache in London. Whereunto is added a short Treatise of Gods actuall Providence, in ruling, ordering, and governing the world and all things therein. London, 1641.
h. The Key of Saving Knowledge, opening out of the Holy Scriptures, the right way, and straight passages to Eternal life. Or, a dialogue wherein the chiefe principles of Christian Religion are unfolded, etc. 8vo. London, 1641.
i. The Manifold Wisdom of God Seen in Covenant Theology; in the divers dispensations of Grace by Jesus Christ. In the Old and New Testaments. Their agreement and difference. pp. 173. London, 1640.
j. A Sermon preached from Psalm 58:9. before the House of Commons at their late solemne monethly fast, Jan. 29. 1644. 4to. pp. 53. London, 1645.
Socinianisme in the Fundamentall Point of Justification Discovered and Confuted. Or, an answer to a written pamphlet maintaining that faith is in a proper sense without a trope imputed to Beleevers in justification, etc. 8vo. pp. 355. London, 1641.
k. The Summe of a Disputation between Mr Walker, Pastor of St. John the Evangelist in Watling-Street, and a Popish Priest, calling himself Mr Smith, but indeed Norrice, assisted by some other Priests and Papists. Held in the presence of some worthy knights; with other gentlemen of both religions. 4to. [London?] 1624.
l. A True Copie of the disputation held between Master Walker and a Jesuite, in the house of one Thomas Bates in Bishops Court in the Old Baily, concerning ecclesiastical function. London, 1641.
m. A True Relation of the chiefe passages between Mr. Anthony Wotton, and Mr. George Walker, in the yeare of our Lord 1611 and in the yeares next following untill 1615. Written by George Walker, out of his owne papers which he hath yet to shew; for the vindicating of himselfe from some imputations laid on him by Mr. Thomas Gataker, in his defence of Mr. Wotton. 4to. London, 1642.
n. Held in the presence of two Worthy Knights, and of a few other Gentlement, some Catholikes, some Protestants. With a briefe Confutation of the false and adulterated summe, which M. Walker…hath diuulged of the same. 4to. 1624.
46. Joseph Carrill, or Caryl, M.A., Preacher at Lincoln’s Inn, aft. of St. Magnus, London.
a. A Directory for the Afflicted. (283 pages) PDF Google Books
b. An Exposition on the Book of Job (Chapters 1-3). (516 pages) PDF Google Books
Containing 21 lectures on Job 1-3.
c. An Exposition on the Book of Job (Chapters 18-21). (886 pages) PDF Google Books
Containing 42 lectures on Job 18-21.
d. An Exposition on the Book of Job (Chapters 32-34). (916 pages) PDF Internet Archive
Containing 49 lectures on Job 32-34.
47. Lazarus Seaman, B.D., of All Hallows, Bread Street, London, afterwards of Peter House, Cambridge.
a. Catalogus variorum & insignium librorum instructissimæ bibliothecæ clarissimi doctissimiq[ue] viri Lazari Seaman, S.T.D. Quorum auctio habebitur Londini in ædibus defuncti in area & viculo Warwicensi, Octobris ultimo. Cura Gulielmi Cooper bibliopolæ. London: apud Ed Brewster & Guil. Cooper ad insigne, Gruis in Cæmiterio Paulino, Pelicani in vico vulgariter dicto Little-Britain, 1676.
b. The diatribē proved to be paradiatribē. Or, A vindication of the judgement of the reformed churches, and Protestant divines, from misrepresentations concerning ordination, and laying on of hands. Together with a brief answer to the pretences of Edmond Chillenden, for the lawfulnesse of preaching without ordination. By Lazarus Seaman, London: printed by T.R. and E.M. for John Rothwell, at the Sun and Fountain in Pauls church-yard, 1647.
c. A glasse for the times: wherein is represented the malady and remedy of divisions. In a sermon preached at Mercers Chappel, April the 7th 1650. By La. Seaman D.D. pastor at Alhallowes-Breadstreet. London. printed by T.R. and E.M. for John Rothwell at Sun and Fountain in Pauls church-yard, 1650.Wing (2nd ed.),
d. The head of the church, the iudge of the world. Or, the doctrine of the day of iudgement briefely opened and applied in a sermon preached before the Right Honourable, the House of Peers; in the Abby-Church at Westminster, on a publike fast day, Ian. 27. 1646. By Lazarus Seaman Preacher at Alhallowes Breadstreat London. One of the Assembly of Divines. London: printed by E.G. for I. Rothwell, at the Sun and Fountaine in Pauls Church-yard, 1647.
e. Reverend and beloved, it hath pleased the Right Honorable the Lord Major of the City of London, once and again to write unto the ministers thereof respectively, in a very pious and pathetical manner. [ 1651?] London: n.p.,
f. Solomons choice: or, A president for kings and princes, and all that are in authority, presented in a sermon before the Honourable House of Commons at Margarets Westminster, at their publique fast, Septemb. 25. 1644. By Lazarus Seaman, pastor of the Church of Christ at Alhallowes-Breadstreet-London. One of the Assembly of Divines. London: printed by E.G. for J. Rothwell, and are to be sold at his shop at the signe of the Sun, in Pauls Church-yard, 1644.
48. John Harris, D.D., Warden of Winchester College, “took Covenant and other oaths,” but retired.
a. A short View of the Life of Dr. Arthur Lake, bishop of Bath and Wells, 1629.
b. Several of his letters to the celebrated Dr. Twisse were also published by Mr. Henry Jeanes, in 1653.
c. Of God’s finite and infinite Decrees
d. Of the Object of Predestination.
(It does not appear, however, that he was any relation to Dr. Robert Harris, another puritan divine who lived at the same time.)
49. George Morley, D.D., of Mildenhall, Wilts, aft. Bishop of Winchester.
a. Articles of Visitation and Enquiry concerning matters ecclesiastical…exhibited…in the primary episcopal visitation of…George…Bishop of Winchester. 4to.
b. The Bishop of Winchester’s vindication of himself from divers false reflexions made upon him by R. Baxter in several of his writings. 4to. pp. 525, 27. London, 1683.
c. The Bishop of Worcester’s letter to a friend for vindication of himself from Mr. Baxter’s calumny. 4to. pp. 45. R. Norton for Timothy Garthwait: London, 1662.
d. A Letter of the now Lord Bishop of Winchester’s…of the means to keep out Popery. Folio, 1682.
e. A Modest Advertisement concerning the present controversie about Church Government, etc. 4to. 1641.
f. A Sermon [on Prov. 28:2] preached at the…Coronation of…Charles II., King of Great Britain, etc. 4to. pp. 62. R. Norton for T. Garthwait: London, 1661.
g. A Sermon [on 1 Cor. 14:33] preached before the King…Nov. 5, 1667. 4to. London, 1683.
h. Several Treatises, written upon several occasions…both before and since the Kings Restauration, etc. 4to. 9pt. London, 1683.
i. Two Letters to…J. Ulitius; wherein it is…proved that neither Augustine, nor any one of those Fathers who flourished in the ages before him did . . . in any wise countenance the Invocation of Saints…Made English by a Divine of the Church of England. With a letter to the translator, by G. Hickes. 4to. London, 1707.
j. A Vindication of the Bishop of Worcester’s Letter touching Mr. Baxter from the animadversions of D. E. [i.e., E. Bagshaw.] 4to. London, 1662.
50. Edward Reynolds, M.A., of Braunston, Northampton, aft. D.D., Dean of Christ Church, Oxf., and Bishop of Norwich.
a. The Whole Works of Edward Reynolds, Volume 1. (569 pages) PDF Google Books
Contains the author’s memoir and three larger treatises: “The Vanity of the Creature”; “The Sinfulness of Sin”; and “The Life of Christ.”
b. The Whole Works of Edward Reynolds, Volume 2. (491 pages) PDF Google Books
A detailed exposition of Psalm 110.
c. The Whole Works of Edward Reynolds, Volume 3. (935 pages) PDF Google Books
Contains seven sermons on Hosea 14, and “Meditations on the Holy Sacrament of the Lord’s Supper.”
d. The Whole Works of Edward Reynolds, Volume 4. (502 pages) PDF Google Books
Contains a 230-page commentary on Ecclesiastes, meditations on Peter’s betrayal and restoration, and eight sermons.
e. The Whole Works of Edward Reynolds, Volume 5. (959 pages) PDF Google Books
Contains 22 miscellaneous sermons.
f. The Whole Works of Edward Reynolds, Volume 6. (403 pages) PDF Google Books
Contains “Treatise on the Passions and Faculties of the Soul.”
g. Annotations upon all the Books of the Old and New Testament …By the joint labours of certain learned Divines. folio. 1645.
h. The Preface Knowledge & Practice, or a plain discourse …. [by S. Cradock] 8vo. 1659.
i. [letters in] Praedestination …Defended …to which are prefixed the epistles of Dr. Reynolds, etc. [by W. Barlee] 4to. 1656.
j. [recommendation] Imitation and Caution for Christian Women: or the life and death of …Mrs. Mary Bewley …Recommended to the Reader by …Doctor Reynolds. 4to. 1659.
k. [preface to] A further accompt of the progresse of the Gospel amongst the Indians in New England, etc. [Corporation for Promoting the Gospel among the Indians in New England] 4to. 1659.
l. [epistle to the reader in] Sermons, etc. [by T. Watson]. 8vo. 1798.
m. Six Sermons. [in J. Wesley, A Christian Library. vol. 25.] 8vo. 1819.
n. Select Works. [in C. Bradley, Select British Divines. vol. 28.] 12vo. 1824.
o. Animalis Homo: Concio [on 1 Cor. 2:14] Latine habita ad Academicos Oxonienses 9 Octob. 1649 pro inchoando termino. 4to. Londini, 1650 .
p. Annotations on the Book of Ecclesiastes. 12vo. pp. 413. 1669.
q. The Author and Subject of Healing in the Church, etc. 4to. London, 1660.
r. The Brand pluck’d out of the Fire. A sermon preached before the Lord Major, Aldermen, and Companies of London, on Novemb. 5. at Paul’s, 1659. 4to. pp. 38. Printed by Tho. Ratcliffe, for George Thomason: London, 1659.
s. The Churches Triumph over Death. Opened in a sermon [on Isaiah 21:18, 19] preached September 11, 1660 at the funeral of …Lady M. Langham. 4to. London, 1662.
t. The Comfort and Crown of great actions; in a sermon [on Neh. 13:31] preached Dec. 4, 1657. Before the Hon. East India Company. 4to. London, 1658.
u. Deaths Advantage opened in a sermon [on Phil. 1:21] preached the last summer at Northampton, at the funeral of Peter Whalley, Esq. then mayor of the said town. 4to. London, 1657.
v. Divine Efficacy without Humane Power: opened in a Sermon preached …before the House of Commons, June 28, 1660, being the day of solemne thanksgiving for the happy return of the kings majesty. 4to. pp. 43. Printed by Tho. Ratcliffe for George Thomason: London, 1660.
w. Eugenias Teares for Great Brittaynes distractions, or some slender observations reflecting on these sad times. 8vo. London, 1642.
x. An Exhortation of sundry Ministers in London, to the people of their respective congregations [signed by E. Reynolds, Minister of Lawrence Jury, and 62 others]. 4to. London, 1660.
y. An Explication of the Hundreth and Tenth Psalm: wherein the several Heads of Christian Religion therein contained. Being the substance of severall sermons preached at Lincolns Inne. 4to. pp. 525. London, 1632.
z. Gods Fidelity, the Churches Safety: opened in a sermon preached before the Lord Major, Aldermen, and Common-Councel …on …Sept. 15. 1658, etc. 4to. pp. 39. Printed by Tho. Ratcliffe for George Thomason: London, 1659.
aa. The Humble Proposals respecting the Engagement. 4to. London, 1650.
bb. Israels Petition in Time of Trouble. A sermon [on Hosea xiv. 2] preached in S. Margarets Church at Westminster, before the Honourable House of Commons now assembled in Parliament. At the late publique and solemne Fast, July 27, 1642. 4to. London, 1642.
cc. Israel’s Prayer in the time of Trouble, with God’s gracious Answer thereunto, or an Explication of the 14th Chapt. of the prophet Hosea in seven sermons preached upon many days of solemn humiliation. 4to. 3 pt. London, 1645.
dd. Joy in the Lord: opened in a sermon [on Phil. iv. 4] preached at Pauls, May 6,  4to. London, 1655.
ee. The Lords Property in his Redeemed People: opened in a Sermon …Octob. 28 , etc. 4to. pp. 37. Printed by T. R. for George Thomason: London, 1660.
ff. Mary Magdalen’s love to Christ: opened in a sermon [on John xx. 11, 12] preached at the funeral of Mistriss Elizabeth Thomason April 11, 1659. 8vo. London, 1659.
gg. The Means and Method of Healing in the Church. Set forth in a sermon. Preached before …the House of Peers in Westminster Abbey, April 30, 1660, etc. 4to. pp. 42. Printed by Tho. Ratcliffe, for George Thomason: London, 1660.
hh. Meditations on the Fall and Rising of St. Peter. [edited by E. Reynolds, the younger]12vo. pp.111. T. Parkhurst: London, 1677.
ii. Meditations on the Holy Sacrament of the Lord’s Last Supper. Written many yeares since by Edward Reynolds, then fellow of Merton College in Oxford. 4to. pp. 240. R. Bostock: London, 1638.
jj. The Misery of a Deserted People. Opened in a sermon preached …Decemb. 2. 1659, etc. 4to. pp. 43. Printed by Tho. Ratcliffe for George Thomason: London, 1659.
kk. The Pastoral Office. Opened in a visitation sermon preached at Norwich, October 10, 1662, etc. 4to. pp. 48. Printed by T. Ratcliffe for George Thomason: London, 1663.
ll. The Peace of Jerusalem. A sermon [on Ps. cxxii. 6-9] preached in the Parliament house Jan. 9, 1656 [O.S.] being a day of private humiliation kept by the members thereof. 4to. London, 1657.
mm. Preaching of Christ. Opened in a sermon preached …Septemb. 22, 1661. 4to. pp. 48. Printed by Tho. Ratcliffe for George Thomason: London, 1662.
nn. Questions extracted out of the ordinance of Parliament to be propounded to receivers of the Lords Supper. folio. 1648.
oo. The Rich Mans Charge. Delivered in a sermon …12. April. 1658, etc. 4to. pp. 50. Printed by Tho. Ratcliffe for George Thomason: London, 1659.
pp. Self-Deniall opened and applied in a sermon [on Matt. xvi. 24] before the …Assembly of Divines on a day of their private humiliation. 4to. London, 1646.
qq. A Sermon [on Heb. 13:20, 21] preached before the King, at Whitehall, on March 22, 1667 being Easter-day. 4to. London, 1668.
rr. A Sermon [on Philip. 3:8] preached before the King, upon the twenty eighth of March 1669, etc. 4to. pp. 41. J. Cotterel, for P. Stephens: London, 1669.
ss. A Sermon [on Micah 6:6-8] preached …before the …Lord Mayor. 4to. London, 1678.
tt. A Sermon [on Phil. 4:5] preached before the Peers …Nov. 7, 1666, being a day of solemn humiliation for the continuing Pestilence. 4to. London, 1666.
uu. A Sermon [on Rom. 14:19] touching the Peace & Edification of the Church. Preached at the second triennial visitation of the Right Reverend Father in God Francis Lord Bishop of Peterborough at Daventrie in Northamptonshire, July XII 1637. 4to. pp. 46. F. Kyngston, for R. Bostock: London, 1638.
vv. A Sermon touching the Use of Humane Learning, preached …at the funeral of that learned gentleman Mr. John Langley late school-master of Pauls School in London …21 Sept. 1657. 4to. pp. 34. Printed by T[homas] N[ewcomb]. for George Thomason: London, 1658 [November 20, 1657].
ww. The Shieldes of the Earth. A sermon [on Psalm lvii. 9] preached before the Reverend Judges, Sir Richard Hutten, and Sir George Crooke, at the Assizes holden at North-hampton: February 25, 1634. 4to. F. Kyngston for R. Bostock: London, 1636.
xx. Sion’s Praises, opened in a sermon preached before the …lord Mayor, Aldermen, and Common council of London on the day of solemn thanksgiving unto God for his long and gracious preservation of that …city from Pestilence, Fire, and other Dangers. 4to. pp. 30. Printed by Tho. Newcomb for George Thomason: London, 1657.
yy. The Staves of Beauty & Bands. Opened in a sermon preached at Yarmouth, August 23, 1663. 4to. pp. 83. Printed by T. Ratcliffe for George Thomason: London, 1663.
zz. The Substance of Two Sermons; one [on Phil. iii. 15, 16] touching composing of controversies; another [on Phil. ii. 1, 2] touching Unity of judgment and Love amongst brethren. Preached …Jan. 27, 1657, Feb. 4, 1658. 4to. London, 1659.
aaa. Three Treatises: The Vanity of the Creature, Eccl. iv. 14. 2. The Sinfulness of Sin, with the Use of the Law, Rom. iv. 9. and vi. 12. and vii. 13. 3. The Life of Christ: or, The Fellowship of the Saints with Him, in his Life, Sufferings, and Resurrection. Being the substance of several Sermons preached at Lincolns Inne. 4to. pp. 535. R. Bostocke: London, 1631.
bbb. A Treatise of the Passions and Faculties of the Soule of Man. With the several Dignities and Corruptions thereunto belonging. 4to. pp. 553. R. H. for R. Bostock: London, 1640.
ccc. True Gain, opened in a sermon preached at Paul’s Nov. 2. 1656. 4to. London, 1657.
ddd. The Vanitie of the Creature, and the Vexation of Spirit. 12vo. F. Kyngston, for R. Bostocke: London, 1637.
eee. The Wall & Glory of Jerusalem, in a Sermon …preached before the rt. hon. the Lord mayor …February 28, 1659, etc. 4to. pp. 31. Printed by Tho. Newcomb for George Thomason: London, 1660 [1659, O.S.]
51. Thomas Hill, B.D., of Titchmarsh, Northampton, aft. D.D. and Master of Trinity College, Cambridge.
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a. The trade of truth advanced. In a sermon preached to the Honourable House of Commons, at their solemne fast, Iuly 27. 1642. By Thomas Hill, B.D. Pastor of the Church at Tychmersh in the countie of Northampton. Published by order of that House. London: printed by I. L[egate]. for Iohn Bellamie, Philemon Stephens, and Ralph Smith, 1642.
b. The militant church, triumphant over the dragon and his angels. Presented in a sermon, preached to both Houses of Parliament assembled on Friday the 21. of July, 1643. Being an extraordinary day of publik humiliation appointed by them, throughout London and Westminster, that every one might bitterly bewaile his own sins, and cry mightily unto God for Christ his sake, to remove his wrath, and heale the land. By Tho. Hill, B.D. sometimes Fellow of Emman. Coll. in Cambridge, and now Pastor at Tychmersh in the county of Northampton. Published by order of both Houses of Parliament. London: printed for John Bellamie and Ralph Smith, and are to be sold at their shop, at the three golden Lions in Cornhill neare the royall Exchange, 1643.
c. The good old vvay, Gods way, to soule-refreshing rest: discovered in a sermon preached to the Right Honorable the Lord Maior and court of aldermen of the citie of London, at their anniversary meeting on Wednesday in Easter weeke at Christ-Church, Apr. 24. 1644. Being th day of the monethly publike fast. By Thomas Hill B.D. Pastor of Tychmersh in Northampton-shire. Imprimatur, Charles Herle. London: printed by Ric. Cotes, for John Bellamie and Philemon Stephens, 1644.
d. The season for Englands selfe-reflection, and advancing temple-work: discovered in a sermon preached to the two Houses of Parliament; at Margarets Westminster, Aug. 13. 1644. being an extraordinary day of humiliation. By Thomas Hill B.D. pastor at Tychmersh in Northamptonshire, a member of the Assembly of Divines. London: printed by Richard Cotes, for John Bellamy, and Philemon Stephens, 1644.
e. The right separation incouraged; in a sermon preached to the Right Honorable the House of Lords, in the Abbey-Church at Westminster, on Wednesday, Novem. 27. 1644. being the day of the monethly publick fast. By Thomas Hill, B.D. pastor of Tychmersh in Northamptonshire, and one of the members of the Assembly of Divines. London: printed by R. Cotes, for John Bellamy, and Philemon Stephens, 1645.
f. Six sermons of Thomas Hill D.D. Master of Trinity Colledge in Cambridge; viz. I. The beauty and sweetness of an olive-branch of peace and brotherly accommodation budding. II. Truth and love happily married in the saints, and in the churches of Christ. III. The spring of strengthning grace in the rock of ages, Christ Iesus. IV. The strength of the saints to make Iesus Christ their strength. V. The best and worst of Paul. VI. Gods eternal preparations for his dying saints. London: printed for Peter Cole, and are to be sold at his shop at the sign of the Printing-press in Cornhil near the Royal Exchange, Richard Westbrook, 1649.
52. Robert Sanderson, D.D., of Boothby Pannell or Pagnell, Lincoln, afterwards Bishop of Lincoln.
a. Logicæ Artis Compendium, 1618, which went through many editions.
b. Ten Sermons—‘ad Clerum 3,’ ‘ad Magistratum 3,’ ‘ad Populum 4’—1627; these were gradually added to, becoming ‘Twelve Sermons’ in 1632, ‘Fourteen’ in 1657, and ‘Thirty-six’ in 1689.
c. De juramenti promissorii obligatione (his theological prælections in 1646), 1670.
d. De Juramento (said to have been translated by Charles I when a prisoner in the Isle of Wight), 1655.
e. De Obligatione Conscientiæ (prælections at Oxford in 1647), 1660. He wrote in his will: ‘I do absolutely renounce and disown whatsoever shall be published after my decease in my name’ (Harl. MS. 7048, p. 357). Nevertheless after his death were published:
f. Nine Cases of Conscience occasionally determined, 1678.
g. A Discourse concerning the Church, 1688.
h. Physicæ Scientiæ Compendium, 1690.
53. John Foxcroft, M.A., of Gotham, Notts.
a. The good of a good government, and well grounded peace. Opened in a sermon preached before the Honourable House of Commons, In Margarets Church at Westminster, December, 31. 1645. being the day of their monethly fast. By Iohn Foxcroft, one of the members of the Assembly of Divines. London: Printed for Tho. Badger, and are to be sold by G. Badger, at his shop in Saint Dunstans Church-yard, in Fleetstreet, 1645 [i.e. 1646]
54. John Jackson, M.A., of Marske, Yorkshire, also preacher at Gray’s Inn.
a. [dedicatory epistle to] The Morall Law expounded, etc. [by L. Andrewes]. 4to. 1642.
b. The Booke of Conscience opened and read. In a sermon [on Prov. 15:15] preached at the Spittle on Easter Tuesday. 12vo. London, 1642.
c. Das Buch des Gewissens eröffnet durch J. J….Zur Lehr der Unwissenden, zur Warnung der Gewissenlosen, etc. übergesetzt
durch Z. Forsterum nebenst eine Vorrede G. Schachmanni. 12vo. Bremen, 1668.
d. Ecclesiastes. The worthy Church-Man. London, 1628.
e. The Key of Knowledge. London, 1640.
f. The True Evangelical Temper. Preached in three sermons at S.Martins in the Strand, upon the lucent Prophecie of Peace, and Union, Esay. chap. 11. v. 6, 7, and 8vo. pp. 233. R. Milbourne: London, 1641.
g. A Taste of the Truth as it is in Jesus, &c.
h. The faithful Minister of Jesus Christ, described by polishing the twelve Stones in the High Priest’s Pectoral, &c. London, 1628.
i. The Doctrine of Man’s Future Eternity
j. How to Serve God in Public and Private Worship
55. William Carter, of London.
a. Israel’s Peace with God Benjamin’s Overthrow; preached before the Honourable House of Commons, at their late solemn Fast, July 27, 1642
b. Light in darknesse: discovered in a sermon preached before the Honourable House of Commons, November 24. 1647. being the day of their publick fast. By William Carter, minister of the Gospel. Published by order from that House. London: printed by M. Simmons, for Giles Calvert, and are to be sold at the Black Spread-Eagle at the west end of Pauls, 1648.
c. The covenant of God with Abraham, opened. Wherein I. The duty of infant-baptism is cleared. II. Something added concerning the Sabbath, and the nature and increase of the kingdome of Christ. Together with a short discourse concerning the manifestations of God unto his people in the last dayes. Wherein is shewed the manner of the spirits work therein to be in the use of ordinary gifts, not by extraordinary revelations. By WIlliam Carter minister of the gospel in London. London: printed by T.C. for John Rothwell, at the Fountain and Bear in Goldsmiths row in Cheapside, 1654.
56. Thomas Thoroughgood, of Massingham, Norfolk.
a. [introduction to] Dris M. Lutheri Colloquia mensalia: or Dr M Luther’s divine dscourses at his table…Translated out of the high Germane…by H. Bell. folio. 1652.
b. Jewes in America: or, Probabilities that the Americans are of that Race. With the removall of some contrary reasonings, and earnest desires for effectual endeavours to make them Christian. Proposed by T. Thorowgood (An Epistolary discourse of Mr. J. Dury to Mr. Thorowgood, concerning his conjecture that the Americans are descended from the Israelites. With the history of c Portugall Jew, Anonie Monterinos, attested by Manasseh Ben Israel, to the same effect.) 4to. pp. 139. London, 1650.
d. Jews in America, or probabilities, that those Indians are Judaical, made more probable by some additionals to the former conjectures. An accurate discourse is premised of Mr. J. Elliot,…touching their origination, and his vindication of the planters. 4to. 3 pt. H. Broome: London, 1660.
e. Moderation Justified, and the Lord’s being at hand emproved: in a sermon from Phil. iv. 5, at Westminster, before the Honourable House of Commons, preached at the late solemne fast, Dec. 25th, 1644. 4to. pp. 33. London, 1645.
57. John Arrowsmith, B.D., of King’s Lynne, Norfolk, afterwards Master successively of St. John’s and Trinity, Cambridge, and Professor of Divinity.
1. Armilla Catechetica: a Chain of Principles (Edinburgh : T. Turnbull, 1822) Published by Puritan Publications.
2. The covenant-avenging sword brandished: in a sermon before the Honorable House of Commons, at their late solemne fast, Jan. 25. By John Arrowsmith. B.D. Preacher of the Gospel at Kings-Linne in Norfolke. Published by order of that House. (London : Samuel Man, 1643)
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3. Tactica sacra; sive, De milite spirituali pugnante, vincente & triumphante dissertatio: tribus libris comprehensa (Amsterdam : E. Solmans, 1700) PDF Google Books
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5. Englands Eben-ezer or, stone of help. Set up in thankfull acknowledgment of the Lords having helped us hitherto. More especially, for a memoriall of that help, which the Parliaments forces lately received at Shrewsbury, Weymouth, and elsewhere. In a sermon preached to both the Honorable Houses of Parliament, (the Lord Major and aldermen of the Citie of London, being present) at Christ-Church London, upon the late solemne day of thanksgiving: March 12. By John Arrowsmith, B.D. Published by order of both Houses. London: printed by Robert Leyburn, for Samuel Man, dwelling in Pauls Church-yard, at the signe of the Swan, 1645.
6. A great wonder in heaven: or, A lively picture of the militant church, drawn by a divine pencill. Revel. 12. 1, 2. Discoursed on in a sermon preached before the Honourable House of Commons, at Margarets Westminster, on the last monethly fast-day, January 27. 1646/7. By John Arrowsmith; B.D. London: Printed by R.L. for Samuel Man dwelling at the Swan in Pauls Church-yard, 1647.
7. Theanthrōpos; or, God-man: being an exposition upon the first eighteen verses of the first chapter of the Gospel according to St John. Wherein, is most accurately and divinely handled, the divinity and humanity of Jesus Christ; proving him to be God and man, coequall an coeternall with the Father: to the confutation of severall heresies both ancient and modern. By that eminently learned and reverend divine, John Arrowsmith, D.D. late Master of Trinity-Colledge in Cambridge, and Professor of Divinity there. printed for Humphrey Moseley, and William Wilson, and are to be sold at the Prince’s Armes in St Paul’s Church-yard, and in Well-yard neer St Bartholomew’s Hospitall
58. Robert Harris, B.D., of Hanwell, Oxford, aft. of Trinity College there.
a. Absaloms funerall: preached at Banburie by a neighbour minister: or the lamentation of a louing father for a rebellious child. London
b. Samuels funerall. Or A sermon preached at the funerall of Sir Anthonie Cope Knight, and Barronnet. By Mr. Robert Harrice. London: Printed by Felix Kyngston for Thomas Man, and are to be sold at the signe of the Talbot in Pater-noster row, 1618.
c. The drunkards cup. By Master Harris, Pastor of Hanwell, and Bachelor in Diuinitie. London: printed by Felix Kyngston for Thomas Man, and are to be sold at the signe of the Talbot in Pater-noster row, 1619.
d. Gods goodnes and mercie. Layd open in a sermon, preached at Pauls-Crosse on the last of Iune. 1622. By Mr. Robert Harris, pastour of the church of God in Hanwell in Orford-shire [sic]. London: Printed by Iohn Dawson for Iohn Bartlet, and are to be sould at the golden Cup in the Gold-smiths Rowe in Cheap-side, 1624.
e. Peters enlargement vpon the prayers of the Church. By Master Harris, London: Printed by I. D[awson] for Iohn Bartlett, and are to be sould at the golden Cup, in the Gold-smiths Rowe in Cheapside, 1624.
f. Hezekiah’s recovery. Or, A sermon, shevving what use Hezekiah did, and all should make of their deliverance from sickenesse. First preached, and now published by Robert Harris, pastor of Hanwell. London: Printed by R[obert] Y[oung] for Iohn Bartlet, at the golden Cup in the Goldsmiths Row in Cheape-side, Anno M.DC.XXVI.
g. Six sermons, preached on seuerall texts and occasions: by Robert Harris, pastor of Hanwell, in Oxford-shire. Viz. Absoloms funerall, Samuels funerall, Drunkards cup, Gods goodnesse, Peters enlargement, Hezekiahs recouery London: For Iohn Bartlet, and are to be sold at the signe of the Golden Cup in Cheap-side, 1627.
h. Davids comfort at Ziklag. A plaine sermon made in time of dearth and scarcitie of corne and worke. By Robert Harris. London: Printed [by R. Young] for Iohn Bartlet, at the gilt Cup in Cheape-side, 1628.
i. St. Pauls confidence. Deliuered in a sermon before the iudges of assise. By Robert Harris. London: Printed [by R. Young] for Iohn Bartlet, at the gilt Cup in Cheape-side, 1628.
j. The blessednesse of a sound spirit: vvith the misery of a vvounded spirit. VVhere first a sound spirit is described and differenced, and lets discouered, helpes prescribed. By Robert Harris. London: printed [at Eliot’s Court Press] for I. Bartlet, and are to be sold at his shop in Cheap-side, at the signe of the gilded Cup, 1628.
k. Two sermons: the one preached before the iudges of assize at Oxford. The other to the Vniuersitie. By Robert Harris London : Printed [at Eliot’s Court Press] for I. Bartlet, and are to be sold at his shop in Cheape-side, at the signe of the gilded Cup, 1628.
l. Sixe sermons of conscience viz. I. S. Pauls exercise …, II. Iudas his miserie …, III. S. Pauls confidence, IV. The blessednesse of a sound spirit, V. The miserie of a wounded spirit, VI. Dauids comfort at Ziklag by. M. Robert Harris, London: Printed by H.L. for Iohn Bartlett, at the signe of the gilt Cup in Cheape-side, 1630.
m. Two sermons: vvherein vve are taught, 1. Hovv to get, 2. How to keepe, 3. How to vse a good conscience. Preached in Alldermanbury Church, London. Not heretofore published. By Robert Harris. London: Printed by T. B[rudenell] for Iohn Bartlet, and are to be sold at his shop in Cheape-side at the Gilded-Cup, 1630.
n. The way to true happinesse. Deliuered in XXIV. sermons vpon the Beatitudes. By Robert Harris, B. in Diuinity, and pastor of Hanwell. Also, a treatise of the nevv couenant; set forth sermon-wise, on Ezechiel the XI. By the same authour. London: Printed [by R. Badger? and John Beale] for Iohn Bartlet, and are to be sold at his shop in Cheape-side at the Gilded Cup, 1632.
o. Abners funerall, or, a sermon preached at the funerall of that learned and noble knight, Sir Thomas Lucie. By Robert Harris, B.D. and Pastor of the Church at Hanwell, Oxon. London: printed for Iohn Bartlet, and are to be sould at the signe of the Gilt Cup by Saint Austins Gate, 1641.
p. A sermon preached to the honorable House of Commons assembled in Parliament, at a publike fast, May, 25. 1642. By Robert Harris, Batchelor of Divinity and Pastor of Hanwell. Oxon. Published by order of that House. London: printed by M. F[lesher]. for Iohn Bartlet, and are to be sold at the gilt Cup, neere S. Austins gate in Pauls Church-yard, M.DC.XLII. 
q. True religion in the old way of piety and charity. Delivered in a sermon to the Lord Major and Court of Aldermen of this city of London, at their anniversary meeting on Munday (commonly called Easter-Munday) at the Spittle, 1645. By Robert Harris B D. pastor of Hanwell, Oxon. and a member of the Assembly of Divines London: printed for John Bartlet, and are to be sold at his shop in Pauls Church-yard, at the signe of the Gilt Cup under Saint Austins Gate, 1645.
r. Two letters written by Mr Harris in vindication of himselfe from the known slanders of an unknown author. To my reverend friend M. Harris. Sir, it will not (I hope) offend you to see your private letters made publique, it concernes you, and others, to vindicate your selves in the catching age, and the sooner ’tis done the better, chide me if you will, yet I will be yours still, W.T. May 2. 1648. Oxford : Printed [by Leonard Lichfield], in the yeare. 1648.
s. A brief discourse of mans estate in the first and second Adam, shewing these six points. I Man had a glorious beginning. II Man is much varied from himself. III Mans sin was caused by himself. IV Mans misery followes his non-dependence on God. V Man once off from God, an left to himself wanders irrecoverably. VI Saints by Christ are in a very happy estate. By Robert Harris Doctor in Divinity, late Pastour of Hanwell, now President of Trinity College in Oxon. London: by J[ames]. Flesher for John Bartlet the elder, and John Bartlet the younger, and are to be sold at the Gilt-Cup neer Austins gate in the New Buildings, 1653.
t. Concio ad clerum 1. Oxoniæ jamdudum habita, 2. Dein posthabita & repudiata, 3. Nunc demum in lucem edita, London: excudebat G[eorge]. M[iller]. pro Johanne Bartlet, ad insigne poculi Aurati in Cæmiterio D. Pauli, M.DC.XLI.
u. Severall sermons of Robert Harris once of Hanwell, now president of Trinity College in Oxon, and Doctor of Divinity. Being a supplement to his works formerly printed in folio; intended for their supply, who have the other already. Containing I A brief treatise of the threefold state of man never before extant. II A sermon preached to the Honorable House of Commons. III A sermon touching prayer and mercy; and preached at the Spittle. IV Abners funerall, preached at the funerall of Sir Thomas Lucie knight. V Concio ad clerum. Preached to the University of Oxford Which were not in the former edition in folio. By Robert Harris, D.D. Oxon. London: printed by James Flesher, for John Bartlet the elder, and Jonh [sic] Bartlet the younger, and are to be sold at the Gilt Cup, on the South side of Pauls neer Austins Gate in the new Buildings, 1654.
v. The works of Robert Harris once of Hanwell, now president of Trinity College in Oxon, and Doctor of Divinity. Revised, corrected, and now collected into one volume. With an addition of sundry sermons: some, not printed in the former edition; others, never before extant. By Robert Harris, D.D. Oxon.” London: printed by James Flesher, for John Bartlet the elder, and John Bartlet the younger, and are to be sold at the Gilt Cup, on the south side of Pauls neer Austins Gate in the new buildings, 1654.
59. Robert or Richard Crosse, B.D., of Lincoln College, Oxford.
a. Aristotelian philosophy.
b. Author of ‘Λόγου ἀλογία, seu Exercitatio Theologica de Insipientia Rationis humanae, Gratia Christi destitutae, in Rebus Fidei ; in 1 Cor. ii. 14,’ Oxford, 1656.
60. James Ussher, Archbishop of Armagh.
Ussher’s complete Works, (vol. 2), (vol. 2), (vol. 3)with life, were published at Dublin, 1847–64, 8vo, 17 vols., the first fourteen volumes edited by Charles Richard Elrington.
a. Gravissimæ Quæstionis de Christianorum Ecclesiarum … Successione et Statu Historica Explicatio, 1613, 4to; the edition 1678, 4to, has additions by Ussher, though this is denied by Smith.
b. A Discourse of the Religion anciently professed by the Irish, Dublin, 1623, 4to; enlarged, London, 1631, 4to.
c. An Answer to … A Iesuite in Ireland, 1625, 4to (in reply to Malone’s challenge).
d. Gotteschalci et Predestinatianæ Controversiæ … Historia, Dublin, 1631, 4to.
e. A Speech … in the Castle-Chamber at Dublin, 1631, 4to (delivered 22 Nov. 1622).
f. Veterum Epistolarum Hibernicarum Sylloge, Dublin, 1632, 4to. 7. Immanuel, or the Mysterie of the Incarnation, Dublin, 1638, 4to.
g. Britannicarum Ecclesiarum Antiquitates … inserta est … a Pelagio … inductæ Hæreseos Historia, Dublin, 1639, 4to; enlarged, London, 1677, fol.
h. The Jugement of Doctor Rainoldes touching the Originall of Episcopacy … confirmed, Oxford, 1641, 4to.
i. The Originall of Bishops, Oxford, 1641, 4to.
j. A Geographicall and Historicall Disquisition touching the Asia properly so called, Oxford, 1641, 4to.
k. Polycarpi et Ignatii Epistolæ, Oxford, 1644, 4to.
l. The Principles of Christian Religion, 1644, 12mo (apparently not published by Ussher).
m. A Body of Divinitie, 1645, fol.; published by John Downham or Downame [q. v.] under Ussher’s name, and often reprinted as his; it was part of a manuscript lent abroad to divers in scattered sheets, and described by Ussher (letter of 13 May 1645) as a kinde of common place book … in divers places dissonant from my own judgment; subsequent editions have some corrections.
n. Appendix Ignatiana, 1647, 4to.
o. De Romanæ Ecclesiæ Symbolo Apostolico … Diatriba, 1647, 4to; prefixed is a portrait of Ussher, engraved by order (10 March 1644–5) of the convocation of Oxford University, and meant to be prefixed to No. 12.
p. De Macedonum et Asianorum Anno Solari Dissertatio, 1648, 8vo.
q. Annalium Pars Prior, 1650, fol.; combined with No. 20 as Annales Veteris Testamenti, 1659, fol.
r. De Textus Hebraici … variantibus lectionibus ad Ludovicum Cappellum Epistola, 1652, 4to.
s. Annalium Pars Posterior, 1654, fol.; Nos. 18 and 20 were translated, with additions, as The Annals of the World … to the beginning of the Emperor Vespasians Reign, 1658, fol.
t. De Græca Septuaginta Interpretum Versione Syntagma, 1655, 4to.
u. The Judgement of the late Archbishop of Armagh … i. Of the Extent of Christ’s Death. … ii. Of the Sabbath. … iii. Of the Ordination in other Reformed Churches, 1658, 8vo.
v. The Judgement … of the present See of Rome, 1659, 8vo (on Rev. xviii. 4); this and the preceding were edited by Bernard from early papers by Ussher.
w. Eighteen Sermons, 1659, 4to; enlarged, Twenty Sermons, 1677, fol. (from notes of his Oxford sermons in 1640).
x. Chronologia Sacra, Oxford, 1660, 4to; edited by Thomas Barlow
y. The Power communicated by God to the Prince, 1661, 8vo; edited by James Tyrrell.
z. Historia Dogmatica Controversiæ inter Orthodoxos et Pontificios de Scripturis, 1690, 4to; edited by Henry Wharton.
aa. Two speeches by Ussher, on the kings supremacy and on the duty of subjects to supply the kings necessities, were printed in Bernards Clavi Trabales, 1661, 4to. An Epistola by Ussher is in Buxtorf’s Catalecta Philologico-theologica, 1707, 8vo. Charles Vallancey [q. v.] in Collectanea de Rebus Hibernicis, 1770, i., published Ussher’s treatise (1609) on Corbes, Erenachs, and Termon Lands, which had been used by Sir Henry Spelman in his Glossary. In the Collectanea Curiosa, 1781, i., John Gutch [q. v.] published two tracts by Ussher on the first establishment of English laws and parliaments in Ireland, and when and how far the imperial laws were received by the old Irish. A collection of Ussher’s Strange and Remarkable Prophecies and Predictions, 1678, 4to, is a curious but untrustworthy production, often reprinted.
61. Matthias Styles, D.D., of St. George’s, Eastcheap, London.
62. Samuel Gibson, of Burleigh, Rutland.
a. The only Rule to walke by; guiding Christ’s Ministers, and all his members, how to frame their conversation in the way to salvation. A sermon preached . . . the second of October 1615.
8vo. London, 1616.
b. The Ruine of the Author and Fomentors of Civill Warres; as it was deliver’d in a sermon [on 2 Sam. xvii. 14] before the Honourable House of Commons, in Margaret’s Church, Westminster,
Sept. 24th, being the monethly fast day, set apart for publick humiliation. 4to. 4to. pp. 35. London, 1645.
c. The sacerdotal benediction. A sermon [on 2 Chron. xxx. 27], etc. in G. Hickes, Three Short Treatises, etc. 8vo. 1709.
d. A sermon of ecclesiastical benediction. Preached at Oundle at a Visitation, Apr. 14, 1619. London, 1620.
63. Jeremiah Whitaker, M.A., of Stretton, Rutland afterwards of Bermondsey.
a. Co-author, “chief hand” in Defence of the Gospel Ministry, by the Provincial Synod of London, 1654.
b. The Christian Great Design on earth, is to attain assurance for Heaven: Or, How in this life he may lay hold on Eternal Life: Set forth in a Sermon preached from 1 Tim. vi. 17-19. before the
Lord Mayor, the Court of Aldermen, and other citizens of London, at a solemn anniversary meeting, 8th April, 1645. 4to. pp. 47. London, 1645.
c. The Christian’s Hope Triumphing in these Glorious Truths;–1. That Christ the ground of hope, is God, and not mere man; against the Arians, and other unbelievers.–2. That Christ is the true
Messiah, against the unbelieving Jews.–3. That there is another life beside this, against the gross Atheist.–4. That the soul of man is immortal, and doth not sleep till the day of the resurrection, against the error of some seeming Semi-Atheists.– 5. How the hope of heaven should be attained while here on earth, against the carnal worldlings.–6. How this hope may be
discerned where it is, and attained where it is not, for the comfort of every poor Christian: in a Sermon preached from 1 Cor. 15:19. before the House of Lords, in the Abbey Church at
Westminster, 28th may, 1645. Fast, 4to. pp. 52. London, 1645.
d. The Danger of Greatnesse: Or, Uzziah his Exaltation and Destruction: A Sermon from 2 Chron. xxvi. 15, 16. Preached before the Lords, Commons, and Assembly of Divines, 14th of Jan. 1645, being a special day of Humiliation set apart to seek God, for his direction in settling the great work of Church-Government. 4to. pp. 44. London, 1646.
e. Eirenopoios: Christ the Settlement of Unsettled Times: A Sermon from Hag. ii. 7. before the House of Commons, at their Public Fast, in Margaret’s, Westminster, 25th Jan. 1642. 4to. pp. 61.
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64. Edmund Stanton or Staunton, D.D., of Kingston-on-Thames, aft. President of Corpus Christi College, Oxford.
a. A Treatise in The Life and Death of E. Staunton [by R. Mayo]. To which is added, his treatise of Christian Conference, etc. 8vo. 1673.
b. A Dialogue or Discourse bewteen a Minister and a Stranger, about Soul-affairs. London, 1673. (1774).
c. Phinehas’s Zeal in Execution of Judgment: or a Divine Remedy for England’s Misery; a sermon preached from Psal. cvi. 30, before the Rt. Hon. House of Lords, in Westminster-Abbey, at their late solemne monthly fast, Oct. 30, 1644. 4to. London, 1645.
d. Poem upon King Charles’ Return in Britannia Rediviva, 1660. Latin.
e. Rupes Israelis; the Rock of Israel; a little part of its glory laid forth in a sermon preached from Deut. xxxii. 31, at Westminster, before the Hon. House of Commons, at their monthly fast, April 24, 1644. 4to. London, 1644.
f. A Sermon preached at Great Milton, from 1 Thess. iv. 14, Dec. 9, 1654, at the funeral of Mrs Elizabeth Wilkinson, late wife of Dr. Henry Wilkinson, Principal of Magdalen Hall, Oxford. Whereunto is added a narrative of her godly life and death. 4to. Oxford. 1654.
65. Daniel Featley, D.D., of Lambeth, Third and last Provost of Chelsea College.
a. Life of John Jewel prefixed to the bishops collected works in 1609, and again in 1611, mostly an abridgment of the life by Laurence Humphrey
b. Parallelismus nov-antiqui erroris Pelagiarminiani, 4to, London, 1630, an anonymous tract against Richard Montagu, afterwards bishop of Norwich.
c. Pelagius Redivivus, or Pelagius raked out of the ashes by Arminius and his schollers, 4to, London, 1620, anonymous, containing a translation of the preceding tract.
d. A Second Parallel together with a Writ of Error [by Dr. Featley] sued against the Appealer (i.e. Bishop Montagu), 4to, London, 1620.
e. The grand sacrilege of the Church of Rome in taking away the sacred cup from the Laiety in the Lords Table …Together with two conferences, the former at Paris with D. Smith … the later at London with Mr. Everard, 4to, London, 1630.
f. Hexalexium: or, six Cordials to strengthen the Heart of every faithful Christian against the Terrors of Death, fol. London, 1637.
g. Transubstantiation exploded; or an encounter with Richard [Smith] the Titularie Bishop of Chalcedon, concerning Christ his presence at his holy Table…. Whereunto is annexed a …Disputation [touching the same point] held at Paris with C. Bagshaw, 12mo, London, 1638.
h. Θρήνοικος. The House of Mourning; furnished with directions for the houre of death. Delivered in 47 sermons, preached at the funeralls of …divers Servants of Christ. By Dr. D. Featly and other , , . divines. fol. London, 1640; another edition, fol. London, 1660.
i. The Gentle Lash, or the Vindication of Dr. Featley, a knowne Champion of the Protestant Religion; also Seven Articles exhibited against him. With his Answer thereunto. Together with the said Doctor his Manifesto and Challenge, 2 parts, 4to (Oxford), 1644; another edition the same year.
j. Sacra Nemesis, the Levites Scourge; or, Mercurius Britan. Civicus, disciplind. Also diverse remarkable Disputes and Resolves in the Assembly of Divines related, Episcopacy asserted. Truth righted, Innocency vindicated against detraction (anon.), 4to. Oxford, 1644.
k. Pedum Pastorale et Methodus Concionandi, 12mo. Utrecht, 1657.
l. Featlei Παλιγγενεσία; or, Dr. Daniel Featley revived: proving that the Protestant Church (and not the Romish) is the onely Catholick and true Church…, With a succinct History of his Life and Death. Published by John Featley, 2 parts, 12mo, London, 1660.
m. The League illegal: wherein the late solemn league is … examined … and confuted; … written long since in prison by Daniel Featley. … Published by John Faireclough, vulgo Featley. (D. F. his speech before the assembly of divines, concerning the new league and covenant. Dr. Featleys sixteen reasons for Episcopal government, which he intended to have delivered in the assembly …but was not permitted, &c. , 4to, London, 1660. Featley also published, 4to, London, 1638, Sir Humphrey Lyndes posthumous reply to the jesuit Robert Jenison, entitled A Case for the Spectacle, or a Defence of Via Tuta, together with a treatise of his own called Strictura in Lyndomastigem, by way of supplement to the Knights Answer, and a Sermon [on Numb. xxiii, 10] preached at his Funerall at Cobham, June the 14th, 1636; reprinted in the supplement to Bishop Gibsons Preservative from Popery (vol. v. ed. 1849). Some of Featley’s college exercises or adversaria are in the Bodleian Library, Rawlinson MS. V. 753. Bliss mentions, but omits to give the number, another volume among the same collection, containing thirty-one different pieces by Featley, besides a number of his letters (Wood, Athenae Oxon, ed. Bliss, iii. 168-9), from which it appears that while at Corpus he had the tuition of Walter, eldest son of Sir Walter Raleigh. A set of Latin verses, written by him in 1606, giving a curious exposition of Jesuitical amphibology, will be found prefixed to Henry Masons New Art of Lying, 12mo, London, 1634.
n. The Summe of Saving Knowledge
o. Wrote the Preface to A Complete Concordance to the Bible of the last translation, etc. folio. 1631.
p. True Relations of sundry Conferences had between certaine Protestant Doctours (F. White, D. Featley) and a Iesuite called M. Fisher, etc. 4to. 1626.
q. Ancilla pietatis: or, the Hand-Maid to Private Devotion. London, 1626.
r. Annotations upon all the Books of the Old and New Testament; by [D.F.], etc. folio. 1645.
s. Clavis Mystica: A Key opening divers difficult and mysterious Texts of Holy Scripture; Handled in Seventy Sermons, preached at solemn and most celebrious Assemblies, upon speciall occasions, in England and France. Folio. London, 1636.
t. Katabaptistai kataptustoi. The Dippers dipt: or, the Anabaptists duckd and plunged over head and eares at a disputation in Southwark. Together with a large and full discourse of their 1, originall. 2, several sorts. 3, peculiar errours. 4, high attempts against the state. 5, capitall punishments: with an application to those times. 4to. pp. 227. For N. Bourne and R. Royston: London, 1645.
u. Orationes Synodicae: or, severall speeches delivered before the assembly of divines. (A warning for England…in the famous history of the frantick anabaptists.–Remarkable histories of the anabaptists.) [a fragment of the sixth edition of katabaptistai kataptustoi, pp 187-258] 4to. London, 1646, 1647.
v. Philips Memento Mori: or, the passing-bell. A sermon [on Deut. xxxii. 29,] preached at the funeral of Mr. Bennet. 4to. London, 1708.
w. Stricturae in Lyndomastygem: Or, an Answere by way of Supplement to the Chapters remaining in the Booke intitled A Case for the Spectacles. Together with a funeral Sermon preached at Cobham June 14, 1636. London, 1638.
66. Francis Coke, or Cooke, of Yoxhall, Staffordshire.
67. John Lightfoot, M.A., of Ashley, Staffordshire, after D.D. and Master of Catherine Hall, Cambridge.
a. The Christian Sabbath (E. Madden, 1838) PDF Google Books
b. Horae Hebraicae … impensae in Acta Apostolorum … (1679) PDF Google Books
c. Horae Hebraicae … impensae in omnes Evangelistas … (1675) PDF Google Books
d. Horae Hebraicae et Talmudicae : Hebrew and Talmudical exercitations upon the Gospels, the Acts, some chapters of St. Paul’s Epistle to the Romans, and the First Epistle to the Corinthians Oxford : University Press, 1859 PDF Internet Archive
Vol. 1 (1859) PDF Internet Archive
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Vol. 4 (1859) PDF Internet Archive
e. Horae hebraicae et talmudicae impensae in Evangelium S. Johannis: praemittitur Disquisitio Chorographica loca quaedam terrae Israeliticae investigans illa praesertim quorum mentio apud hunc Evangelistam, ed. Benjamin Tooke ((Londres)) (imprimebat Thomas Roycroft, 1671) PDF Google Books
f. Horae hebraicae et talmudicae impensae: I. in chorographiam aliquam terrae israeliticae, II. in Evangelium S. Matthaei, ed. Edward Story ((Cambridge)) (Joannes Field, 1658) PDF Google Books
g. Horae Hebraicae et Talmudicae in Acta Apostolorum, partem aliquam Epistolae ad Romanos et priorem ad corinthios (Lipsiae, 1679) PDF SLUB
h. Horae hebraïcae et Talmudicae in quatuor Evangelistas … (Sumptibus Haeredum Friderici Lanckisii, 1675) PDF Google Books
i. Horae hebraïcae et talmudicae in quatuor Evangelistas cum tractatibus chorographicis, singulis suo evangelistae praemissis (1684) PDF Google Books
j. Horae hebraicae et talmudicae in quatuor evangelistas, cum tractatibus chrorographicis, singulis suo evangelistae praemissis, nunc secundum in Germania junctim… editae e museo Jo. Benedicti Carpzovii,… (sumptibus haeredum F. Lanckisii, 1684) PDF Google Books
k. Horae Hebraicae et Talmudicae, impensae in Evangelium S. Johannis (1671) PDF Google Books
l. Horae Hebraicae et Talmudicae, impensae in Evangelium S. Lucae: praemittuntur chorographica pauca, de locis apud hunc evangelistam nominatis (Hayes, 1674) PDF Google Books
m. Horæ hebraicæ et talmudicæ; Hebrew and Talmudical exercitations upon the Gospels, the Acts, some chapters of St. Paul’s Epistle to the Romans, and the First epistle to the Corinthians (Oxford : University press)
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n. Horæ hebraicæ et talmudicæ: Hebrew and Talmudical exercitations upon the Gospels, the Acts, some chapters of St. Paul’s Epistle to the Romans, and the First epistle to the Corinthians, ed. Robert Gandell, vol. 1 (University press, 1859) PDF Google Books
o. Horæ hebraicæ et talmudicæ: Hebrew and Talmudical exercitations upon the Gospels, the Acts, some chapters of St. Paul’s Epistle to the Romans, and the First epistle to the Corinthians, ed. Robert Gandell (University press)
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68. Edward Corbet, M.A., of Merton College, Oxford, and Rector of Chartham, Kent, succeeded Dr. Hammond as University Orator and Canon of Christ’s Church, Oxon.
a. Gods providence, a sermon preached before the Honourable House of Commons, at their late solemne fast, Decemb. 28. anno 1642, in S. Margaret’s Church at Westminster. By Ed. Corbett, fellow of Merton Colledge in Oxford. Published by order of the said House. London: printed by Tho: Badger, for Robert Bostock, dwelling in Paul’s Church-yard, at the signe of the King’s head, 1642. [i.e. 1643]
69. Jo. Samuel Hildersham, B.D., of West Felton, Shropshire.
70. John Langley, M.A., of West Tuderley, or Tytherley, Hampshire.
a. Gemitus columbæ: the mournfull note of the dove• A sermon preached at Margarets Westminster, before the Honourable House of Commons, at their solemn fast, Decemb. 25. 1644. By John Langley, minister of West-Tuderly in the county of Southampton, and a member of the Assembly of Divines. London : printed by Joh. Raworth for Philemon Stephens, dwelling in Pauls Church-yard at the Guilded-Lion, 1644.
b. Totius rhetoricæ adumbratio. In usum Paulinæ Scholæ Londinensis Cantabrigiæ ex Officina Rogeri Daniel celeberrimæ Academiæ Typographi.
Profiant Londini sub signo Angeli in vico vulgò vocato Lumbardstreet, 1644.
71. Christopher Tisdale or Teasdale, or Tesdale, M.A., of Uphurst-borne, or Hurstborne-Tarrant, Hampshire.
a. Hierusalem: or, A Vision of Peace; a sermon preached from Psalm 122:6, Pray for the Peace of Jerusalem, before the Honourable House of Commons, at their monthly Fast, at Margaret’s in Westminster, Aug. 28th, 1644. 4to. pp. 30. London, 1644.
72. Thomas Young, M.A., St. And., of Stowmarket, Suffolk, aft. D.D., and Master of Jesus College, Cambridge.
a. One of the authors of Smectymnuus Redivivus.
b. The Humble Proposals of sundry Learned and Pious Divines…concerning the Engagement, &c. London: 1649, 4to.
c. Dies Dominica, sive succincta narratio ex Scripturarum &…vernerandae antiquitatis Patrum testimoniis concinnata, etc. [The dedication signed: Theophilus Philokuriaces] 4to. “Printed Abroad”, 1639.
d. Hope’s Incouragement pointed at, in a Sermon preached from Psalm 31:24. in Margaret’s, Westminster, before the Honourable House of Commons, at the Solemn Fast, Feb. 28th, 1643. 4to. pp. 38.
73. John Phillips or Philips, of Wrentham, Suffolk, brother-in-law of Dr. Ames.
a. The Way to Heaven: shewing that salvation is onely in the Church; What the Church is, etc. 4to. F. Kingston: London, 1625.
74. Humphrey Chambers, B.D., of Claverton, Somerset, aft. of Pewsey, Wilts.
a. Co-publisher to the work: The Anatomy of Secret Sins…& Uprightness…By…O. Sedgwick…Perfected by himself, and published by those whom he intrusted with his notes. 4to. 1660.
b. Co-publisher to the work: The Bowels of Tender Mercy sealed in the Everlasting Covenant…By O. Sedgwick…Publishd by his own manuscript…by those whom he intrusted with this work for that purpose. folio. 1661.
c. Co-publisher to the work: The Parable of the Prodigal…By O. Sedgwick…Perfected by himself, and perused by those whom he intrusted with the publishing of his works. 4to. 1658.
d. Animadversions on Mr. W. Dell’s Book entitled, The Crucified and Quickened Christian. 4to. pp. 84. London, 1653.
e. An Answer of Humphrey Chambers…to the Charge of Walter Bushnell…published in a book of his entituled: A Narrative of the Proceedings of the Commissioners appointed...for ejecting scandalous and ignorant Ministers…With a vindication of the said commissioners annexed. 4to. pp. 41. For Thomas Johnson: London, 1660.
f. Co-Author of the work: An Apology for the Ministers of the County of Wilts, in their actings at the election of members for the approaching Parliament. In answer to a Letter sent out of the said County, pretending to lay open the dangerous designes of the clergy, in reference to the approaching Parliament…By some of the defamed Ministers…Humphrey Chambers…Adoniram Byfield…John Strickland. Peter Ince. 4to. pp. 28. For Ralph Smith: London, 1654.
g. A Divine Balance to weigh Religious Fasts in. Applyed to present use, in a sermon preached from Zech. 7:5-7. before the…House of Commons…at their publique fast, Sept. 27. 1643. 4to. pp. 44. M. F. for Samuel Man: London, 1643.
h. A Motive to Peace and Love. Delivered in a sermon at Pauls the first Lords Day in June…1648. 4to. pp. 34. For John Wright: London, 1649.
Pauls Sad Farewell to his Ephesians. Opened in a sermon preached from Acts 20:37-38. at the funeral of Mr John Grayle, Minister of Tidworth, in the county of Wilts. A Modest Vindication of the Doctrine of Conditions in the Covenant of Grace, etc. 4to. London, 1655.
75. John Conant, B.D., of Lymington, Somerset, aft. of St. Stephen’s, Walbrook.
Conant, John. 1608-1693 or his uncle, 1587-? Reid thinks the first; Holley thinks the second (never took the covenant, probably never sat with the Divines) (Rector of Lymington, Somerset)
(Preface to) Thesaurus Biblicus . . . By Richard Bernard, etc. Folio. 1644.
76. Henry Hall, B.D., of Norwich.
77. Henry Hutton, M.A., of Caldbeck, Cumberland, and Prebendary of Carlisle.
78. Henry Scudder, of Collingborne, Wilts.
a. The Christian’s Daily Walke in Holy Securitie and Peace. London, 1627.
b. God’s Warning to England by the voice of His rod: delivered in a Sermon preached at Margaret’s, Westminster, before the Honourable House of Commons, at their Solemn Fast, Oct. 30, 1644, from Micah 6:9. 4to. pp. 35. London, 1644.
c. A Key of Heaven: The Lords Prayer opened, and so applied, that a Christian may learne how to procure all things which may make for the glorie of God, and the good of himself, and of his neighbor. Containing…Doctrines of faith and godlinesse, etc. [With preface by R. Sibbes.] 12vo. London, 1620.
79. Thomas Baylie, B.D., of Manningford-Bruce, Wilts.
a. Thomae Baylaeei Maningfordiensis Ecclesise Pastoris de Merito Mortis Christi, et Modo Conversionis, diatribae duee, provt ab ipso in schola theologica apud Oxonienses publice ad disputandum propositae fuerunt, Maij 8. An. Dom. 1621.
b. Nec non Concio ejusdem ad Clerum apud eosdem habita in templo Beatae Mariae, Iulij 5 An. D. 1622,’ Oxford, 1626, 4to,
80. Benjamin Pickering, of East Hoateley, or of Buckstead, Sussex.
a. A Firebrand Pluckt out of the Burning, from Zech. 3:2. 4to. pp. 28. London, 1645.
81. Henry Nye, of Clapham.
82. Arthur Sallaway, or Salway, M.A., of Seavern Stoke, Worcester.
a. Halting Stigmatiz’d: [on 1 Kings 18:21] to the honourable House of Commons, on the monthly fast day, Octob. 25, 1643, at Margaret’s, Westminster. 4to. pp. 21. London, 1644.
83. Sydrach Simpson, of London, afterwards succeeded Vines in Pembroke Hall, Cambridge.
a. Diatribē. Wherein the judgement of the reformed churches and Protestant divines, is shewed, concerning ordination. Laying on of hands in ordination of ministers: and, preaching by those who are not ordained ministers. London: printed for Peter Cole, and are to be sold at his shop at the sign of the Printing-Press in Cornhil, neer the Royal Exchange, 1647.
b. A sermon preached at Westminster before sundry of the House of Commons. By S. Simpson sometimes preacher on New Fish-street hill. London: printed for Peter Cole, and are to be sould at his shop near the Royall Exchang, anno 1643.
c. Two books of Mr Sydrach Simpson, late master of Pembroke-Hall in Cambridg; and preacher of the Gospel in London. Viz. I. Of unbelief; or the want of readiness to lay hold on the comfort given by Christ. II. Not going to Christ for life and salvation is an exceeding great sin, yet it is pardonable. London : printed by Peter Cole, printer and book-seller, at the sign of the Printing-press, in Corn-hill, neer the Royall Exchange, 1658.
d. The anatomist anatomis’d. Or, A short answer to some things in the book, intituled, An anatomy of independencie: wherein it’s shewed; I. That many things reported are mis-reported. II. That if all were true, yet divulging of them in this manner, is not according to the word of God. III. Nor argumentative against the cause that’s falsly called independency. By Sidr. Simpson. London : printed for Peter Cole, at the Royall Exchange, 1644.
e. Reformation’s preservation: opened in a sermon preached at Westminster before the honourable House of Commons, at the late solemne fast, July 26. 1643. By Sidr. Simpson, minister of the Word. Published by order of that House London : printed for Benjamin Allen, and are to be sold in Popes-head-Alley, 1643.
f. A Plain and Necessary Confutation of Antichristian Errors, 1654, 4to.
84. Anthony Burgesse, or Burges, M.A., of Sutton Cold-field, War., and St Lawrence, Jewry, London.
a. A Demonstration of the Day of Judgment, against Atheists & Hereticks… Preached at St. Pauls, May 11. 1656. 12vo. pp. 70. For T. Underhill: London, 1657.
b. The Difficulty of, and Encouragements to a Reformation: A sermon preached from Mark i. 2, 3, before the Honourable House of Commons, at the publike fast, Septem. 27. 1643. 4to. pp. 28. R. Bishop for Thomas Underhill: London, 1643.
c. The Doctrine of Original Sin, Asserted & Vindicated against the old and new Adversaries thereof, Socinians, Papists, Arminians, and Anabaptists. And practically improved for the benefit of the meanest capacities. To which is added a digressive Epistle concerning Justification by Faith alone, etc. Folio. pp. 555. Abraham Miller for Thomas Underhill: London, 1659.
d. An Expository Commentary on the whole first Chapter of 2 Cor. Folio. pp. 697. London, 1661.
e. Judgments Removed, where Judgment is Executed: A sermon preached from Psalm 106:30-31 to the Court-Martial in Lawrence-Jury, London, 5th of Sept. 1644. Being the day of their solemn seeking of the Lord for his blessing upon their proceedings. 4to. pp. 13. M. Simmons for Thomas Underhill: London, 1644.
f. The Magistrate’s Commission from Heaven: Declared in a sermon preached from Rom. 13:4. in Lawrence-Jury, London, the 28th of Sept. 1644. at the election of the Lord Major. 4to. pp. 20. George Miller for Thomas Underhill: London, 1644.
g. One Hundred and forty-five Expository Sermons upon the whole 17th chapter of the Gospel according to John: or, Christ’s Prayer before his Passion explained, and both practically and polemically improved. Folio. pp. 672. Abraham Miller for Thomas Underhill: London, 1656.
h. Paul’s last Farewell, or a Sermon, preached at the Funerall of…Mr. Thomas Blake . . . With a funeral Oration made at Mr. Blake’s death by Samuel Shaw, etc. 4to. pp. 24. For Abel Roper: London, 1658.
i. Publick Affections, Pressed in a sermon preached from Numb. 11:12 before the Honourable House of Commons…upon the solemn day of Humiliation, Febr. 25. 1645. 4to. pp. 23. J. Y. for Thomas Underhill: London, 1646.
j. The Reformation of the Church to be endeavored more than that of the Common-Wealth: declared in a sermon preached from Judges 6:27-29. before the Right Honourable House of Lords, at the publike fast, Aug. 27. 1645. 4to. pp. 27. G. M. for T. Underhill: London, 1645.
k. Rome’s Cruelty and Apostacie: declared in a Sermon preached from Rev. xix. 2. on the 5th of November, 1644, before the Honourable House of Commons. 4to. pp. 21. George Miller for Tho. Underhill: London, 1645.
l. The Scripture Directory, for Church Officers and People: or, A Practical Commentary upon the whole third chapter of the first Epistle of St. Paul to the Corinthians. To which is annexed the Godly and the Natural Man’s Choice, upon Psal. 4. vers. 6-8. 4to. 2 pt. Abraham Miller for T. U.: London, 1659.
m. Spiritual Refining: or, A Treatise of Grace and Assurance. Being CXX sermons, etc. Folio pp. 696. A. Miller for Thomas Underhill: London, 1652.
n. Spiritual Refining: Part 2. or, A Treatise of Sin, with it’s Causes, Differences, Mitigations, and Aggravations. 4to. pp. 368. London, 1654.
o. A Treatise of Self-Judging, in order to the worthy receiving of the Lords Supper. Together with a Sermon of the generall Day of Judgement. 12vo. 2 pt. J. H. Underhill & M. Keinton: London, 1658.
p. The True Doctrine of Iustification Asserted and Vindicated, from the Errors of Papists , Arminians, Socinians, and more especially, Antinomians: In thirty lectures preached at Lawrence-Iury, London. Part I. 4to. pp. 275. Robert White for Thomas Underhill: London, 1648.
q. The True Doctrine of Justification asserted & vindicated from the Errours of many, and more especially Papists and Socinians. Or, a Treatise of the Natural Righteousness of God, and Imputed Righteousness of Christ. (A Treatise of Justification. Part II). 4to. pp. 456. For Thomas Underhill: London, 1654.
r. Vindiciae Legis: or, A Vindication of the Morall Law, and the Covenants, from the Errours of Papists, Arminians, Socinians, and more especially, Antinomians: In twenty-nine lectures, preached at Lawrence-Jury, London. 4to. pp. 271. James Young for T. Underhill: London, 1646.
85. Richard Vines, M.A., of Calcot, or Weddington War; Master of Pembroke Hall, Cambridge, aft. a minister in London.
a. Calebs Integrity (1642/1646)
b. The Impostures of Secuding Teachers Discovered (1644/1656)
c. The Posture of David’s Spirit (1644/1656)
d. The Happinesse of Israel (1645)
e. The Purifying of Unclean Hearts and Hands (1646)
f. The Authours, Nature, and Danger of Heresie (1647/1662)
g. The Corruption of Minde Described (1655)
h. A Treatise of the Institution, Right Administration, and Receiving of the Sacrament of the Lords-Supper (1657/1660/1677)
i. Christ, a Christian’s Only Gain (1660)
j. God’s Drawing and Man’s Coming to Christ (1662)
k. The Saints Nearness to God (1662)
l. Peiqarcia. Obedience to Magistrates, both Supreme and Subordinate, in three sermons from 1 Pet. ii. 13-16, and Tit. iii. 1, preached upon the Anniversarie election-day of three Lord Majors successively, Sept. 29th, 1653, 1654, and 1655. Together with a fourth sermon [on 2 Cor. xi. 3] tending toward a description of the corruption of the mind, preacht . . . at the Church of Lawrence-Jewry, 24 June 1655. 4to. 4 pt. London, 1656.
m. Magnalia Dei ab Aquilone, set forth in a Sermon [on Isa. lxiii. 8] preached before the . . . Lords and Commons . . . July 18, 1644, being the day of publike thanksgiving for the . . . Victory obtained against Prince Rupert . . . neere Yorke. 4to. London, 1644.
86. William Greenhill, M.A., “Evening Star” of Stepney.
a. Exposition of the Prophet Ezekiel, a full commentary. Published in five volumes between 1645 and 1662.
b. Sermons of Christ, His Discovery of Himself, &c., 1656
c. The Sound-hearted Christian, &c., by W. G., 1670.
d. The Axe at the root, a sermon preached before the Honourable House of Commons, at their publike fast, April 26. 1643. By William Greenhill. London: printed by R.O. & G.D. for Benjamin Allen, and are to be sold in Popes-head Alley, 1643.
e. A copy of a remonstrance lately delivered in to the Assembly. By Thomas Goodwin. Ierem: Burroughs. William Greenhill. William Bridge. Philip Nie. Sidrach Simson. and William Carter. Declaring the grounds and reasons of their declining to bring in to the Assembly, their modell of church-government. London [s.n.] : printed in the yeer, 1645
87. William Moreton, of Newcastle.
a. Articles of Visitation and Enquiry concerning matters ecclesiastical…exhibited…in the primary episcopal visitation of…George…Bishop of Winchester. 4to. London, 1662.
b. The Bishop of Winchester’s vindication of himself from divers false reflexions made upon him by R. Baxter in several of his writings. 4to. pp. 525, 27. London, 1683.
c. The Bishop of Worcester’s letter to a friend for vindication of himself from Mr. Baxter’s calumny. 4to. pp. 45. R. Norton for Timothy Garthwait: London, 1662.
d. A Letter of the now Lord Bishop of Winchester’s…of the means to keep out Popery. Folio, 1682.
e. A Modest Advertisement concerning the present controversie about Church Government, etc. 4to. 1641.
f. A Sermon on Prov. 28:2 preached at the…Coronation of Charles II., King of Great Britain, etc. 4to. pp. 62. R. Norton for T. Garthwait: London, 1661.
g. A Sermon on 1 Cor. 14:33 preached before the King…Nov. 5, 1667. 4to. London, 1683.
h. Several Treatises, written upon several occasions…both before and since the Kings Restauration, etc. 4to. 9pt. London, 1683.
i. Two Letters to…J. Ulitius; wherein it is proved that neither Augustine, nor any one of those Fathers who flourished in the ages before him did…in any wise countenance the Invocation of Saints…Made English by a Divine of the Church of England. With a letter to the translator, by G. Hickes. 4to. London, 1707.
j. A Vindication of the Bishop of Worcester’s Letter touching Mr.Baxter from the animadversions of D. E. [i.e., E. Bagshaw.] 4to. London, 1662.
88. Richard Buckley, or Bulkley, B.D.
89. Thomas Temple, D.D., of Battersea, Surrey.
a. Copie van eenen Brief door verscheyden voorname predicanten…(W. Gauge, T. Temple, etc.) afgesonden…Ontdeckende den jammerlijcken…stant, van vele duysenden arme Protestanten in Yerlant, etc. 4to. 1643.
b. Christ’s Government in and over his People, from Psalm ii. 6, delivered in a sermon before the Honourable House of Commons, at their late publick and solemne Fast, Oct. 26th, 1642. 4to. pp. 50. London, 1642.
90. Simeon Ashe, of St. Bride’s, afterwards of St. Michael’s, Basingshaw, appointed in room of Josiah Shute, who died before Assembly met.
a. A Treatise on Contentment, Book by Simeon Ashe
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b. Living loves betwixt Christ and dying Christians. A sermon preached at M. Magdalene Bermondsey in Southwark, near London, June 6. 1654. At the funeral of that faithful servant of Christ Mr. Jeremiah Whitaker, Minister of the Gospel, and pastor of the church there. With a narative of his exemplarily holy life and death. By Simeon Ashe, his much endeared friend and brother. Together with poems and elegies on his death, by divers ministers in the city of London. London: printed by T.M. for Ralph Smith, at the Bible in Cornhil, near the Royal Exchange, 1654.
c. The best refuge for the most oppressed, in a sermon preached to the Honourable House of Commons at their solemne fast, March 30. 1642. By Simeon Ash minister in London. Published by order of that House. London: printed for Edward Brewster and Iohn Burroughs, and are to be sold at the Bible on Fleet-Bridge and the golden Dragon neare the Inner-Temple-Gate, 1642.
d. The faithfull Christians gain by death: opened, confirmed, and improved, in a sermon at the funeral of the Right Honourable Essex, Countess of Manchester, preached at Kimbolton, Octob. 12. 1658. By Simeon Ashe minister of the gospel at St Augustines in Watling street, London: printed by A.M. for George Sawbridge at the sign of the Bible on Ludgate-Hill, 1659.
e. Numb. 6. A continuation of true intelligence from the armies in the North, from 10. day, to the 27. of this instant July, 1644. VVherein is given a full and particular accompt of the surrender of York, and the removes of the armies since. By Simeon Ash, chaplain to the Earl of Manchester, and one of the ministers of the assembly. Published by authoritie, and entered according to Order. London: Printed for Thomas Underhill, at the Bible in Woodstreet. 1644.
f. A letter of many ministers in old England, requesting the judgement of their reverend brethren in New England concerning nine positions. Written anno Dom. 1637. Together with their answer thereunto returned, anno 1639. And the reply made unto the said answer, and sent over unto them, anno 1640. Now published (by occasion mentioned in the epistle to the reader, following in the next page,) upon the desire of many godly and faithfull ministers in and about the city of London, who love and seeke the truth. By Simeon Ash, and William Rathband. London: printed for Thomas Vnderhill, at the signe of the Bible in great Woodstreet, 1643.
g. A Continuation of true intelligence from the English and Scottish forces, in the North, for the service of King and Parliament, and now beleaguring York, from the eighth of this instant June to the 17th thereof. Containing severall letters, messages, and actions of great importance, in, and since the late Treatie. By Sim. Ash and William Goode, preachers to the Earle if Manchesters armie. Allowed of by authoritie, and entred according to order. London: Printed for Thomas Underhill, at the Bible in Woodstreet. 1644
h. Numb. 2. The continuation of true intelligence from the right honourable, the Earl of Manchester’s army, since the taking of Lincolne; May 6th. untill the first day of this instant June, 1644. By Sim. Ash and William Goode, Chaplains to the said Earl. Allowed of by authoritie, and entred according to Order. London: Printed for Thomas Underhill, at the Bible in Woodstreet. 1644
i. Number 5. A continuation of true intelligence from the English and Scottish forces in the North, for the service of the King and Parliament, and now beleaguring York, from the 16th of June, to Wednesday the 10th of July, 1644. Wherein is given a full and particular accompt of the battaile with Prince Rupert, and the Marquesse Nevv Castle, together with the successe thereof. By Sim. Ash, Chaplaine to the Earle of Manchester, and one of the ministers of the Assembly. Allowed of by authoritie, and entred according to Oder. London: Printed for Thomas Underhill, at the Bible in Woodstreet. 1644
j. The efficiency of God’s grace in bringing gain-saying sinners to Christ: a sermon preached at Summerford in Wiltshire, at the funerall of that pious and worthy young gentleman, Mr Robert Strange. With a narrative of his short but wellspent life. By Simeon Ashe preacher of the Gospel at London. London: printed by A.M. for G. Sawbridge at the signe of the Bible on Ludgate-hill near Fleet-bridge, 1654
k. Good courage discovered, and encouraged: in a sermon preached before the commanders of the military forces, of the renowned citie of London. In the parish church of Great St. Helens. May the 17. 1642. By Simeon Ash, preacher in London. London: printed by Iohn Dawson for Laurence Chapman and are to be sold at his shop at Chancery Lane end neere Holborne, 1642.
l. Gray hayres crowned with grace. A sermon preached at Redriff, Aug. 1. 1654. at the funerall of that reverend, eminently learned and faithfull minister of Jesus Christ Mr Thomas Gataker. London: printed by A.M. for George Sawbridge at the sign of the Bible on Ludgate-hill, M. DC. LV. 
m. Reall thankfulnesse: or, A sermon preached in Pauls Church London, upon the second day of November, 1645. At a publike thanksgiving for the taking in of the towns and castles of Caermarthen and Mounmouth in Wales, it being the first Lords-day after the inauguration of the Right Honourable Thomas Adams now Lord Major of that famous city. By Simeon Ash preacher at Basingshaw, London, and one of the Assembly of Divines. London:printed by G. Miller for Edward Brewster at the sign of the Bible on Ludgate-hill neer Fleet-bridge, M.DC.XLV. 
n. Self-surrender unto God, opened and applyed>, in a sermon preached before the Honourable House of Commons, at Margarets, Westminster, at their late solemn fast, February 23. 1647. By Simeon Ashe, preacher of Gods Word at Michael Bassingshaw, London: printed for E. Brewster, and are to be sold at her shop on Ludgate-hill at the signe of the Bible neare Fleet-bridge, 
o. The good mans death lamented. A sermon preached at Mary Woolnoth in Lumbard-street London, June 18th 1655. at the funerall of that faithfull servant of Christ Mr Ralph Robinson, minister of the Gospell, and pastor of the church there. By Simeon Ashe, pastor of the church at Austins, London:printed by A.M. for George Sabwridge [i.e. Sawbridge] at the sign of the Bible on Ludgate-Hill, 1655.
p. A true relation, of the most chiefe occurrences, at, and since the late battell at Newbery, untill the disjunction of the three armies, of the Lord Generall, the Earle of Manchester, and Sir William Waller, together with the London brigade, under the command of Sir Iames Harrington. Published upon necessity, both to undeceive the mistaken multitude, and to vindicate the Earle of Manchester, from many undeserved aspersions commonly cast upon him, either through ignorance or prejudice. Penned by Simeon Ash, who as his chaplaine did waite upon his Lordship, in the westerne expedition. London: printed by G.M. for Edward Brewster at the signe of the Bible at Fleete-Bridge, M.DC.XLIV. 
q. Christ the riches of the Gospel, and the hope of Christians. A sermon preached at the funerall of Mr William Spurstow the only childe of Dr. Spurstow at Hackney near London, Mar. 10. By Simeon Ashe preacher of the Gospel, and lecturer there. London: printed by A.M. for G. Sawbridge at the signe of the Bible on Ludgate-hill, near Fleet-bridge, 1654
r. The doctrine of zeal explained: and the practice of zeal perswaded. Wherein the nature, objects, and equitableness of this grace in its actings are represented: arguments also to move the seeking of it, with means to obtain it, and rules to guide the exercises thereof (in these lukewarm, irregular times) are by Scripture-evidence propounded: in a sermon preached at Pauls the 12th of Novemb. 1654. and ordered to be printed. By Simeon Ashe pastor of Augustines, London: printed by A[braham]. M[iller]. for George Saubridge .., 1655
s. Gods incomparable goodnesse unto Israel. Unfolded and Gods incomparable goodnesse unto Israel. Unfolded and applyedapplyed: in a sermon preached at Margarets Westminster before the Honourable House of Commons assembled in Parliament, at the last solemne fast, Aprill 28. 1647. By Simeon Ash, preacher at Basingshaw, London, and one of the Assembly. Published by order of the House of Commons. London: printed by W. Wilson for Edward Brewster, and are to be sold at his shop on Ludgate-hill, at the signe of the Bible neare Fleet-bridge, 1647.
t. Religious covenanting directed, and covenant-keeping perswaded: presented, in a sermon preached before the Right Honourable Thomas Adams Lord Major, and the right worshipfull the sheriffs, and aldermen his brethren, and the rest of the Common-Councel of the famous City of London, January 14. 1645. Upon which day the solemne League and Covenant was renewed by them and their officers, with prayer and fasting, at Michael Basing-shaw, London. By Simeon Ash minister of the Gospel. London: printed by G.M. for Tho. Underhill at the signe of the Bible in Wood-street, M.DC.XLVI. 
u. A support for the sinking heart in times of distresse. Or A sermon preached in London, to uphold hope and allay feare, Ianuary 4th. which was a day of great trouble and deepe danger in the city. By Simeon Ash. London: printed by G.M. and are to be sold by Thomas Vnderhill, at the signe of the Bible in Woodstreet neare the Counter, MDCXLII. 
v. The church sinking, saved by Christ. Set out in a sermon preached before the Right Honourable the House of Lords, in the Abby-Church at Westminster, on Wednesday, Febr. 26. 1644. being the day of the monthly publike fast. By Simeon Ash minister in London, and a member of the Assembly of Divines. London: printed by G.M. for Edward Brewster, and are to be sold at his shop at the signe of the Bible on Ludgate hill neer Fleet-bridge, 1645.
91. William Nicholson, M.A., Archdeacon of Brecknock.
a. Magna Charta; More news from Rome … as also a new Font erected in the Cathedral Church of Gloucester in October 63. and consecrated by the reverend moderate Bishop, Dr. William Nicholson. [by Silawl, pseud.] 4to. 1666.
b. An Apology for the Discipline of the Ancient Church, intended especially for that of our mother the Church of England: in answer to the admonitory letter lately published. 4to. London, 1659 .
c. David’s Harp strung and tuned; or, an easie analysis of the whole book of Psalms … With a … meditation or prayer at the end of every Psalm, framed for the most part out of the words of the Psalm, etc. folio. pp. 535. W. Leake: London, 1662.
d. Ekqesi pistew; or, an exposition of the Apostles’ Creed, delivered in several sermons. folio. London, 1661.
e. A plain, but full Exposition of the Catechism of the Church of England … collected out of the best Catechists by … William Lord Bishop of Gloucester. 4to. pp. 113 . 4to. 1661.
92. Thomas Gattaker (or Gataker), B.D., of Rotherhithe, Surrey, “vir stupendae lectionis magnique judicii.”
a. Of the Nature and Use of Lots, etc., 1619, 4to; 2nd edit., 1627, 4to.
b. A Just Defence, etc. (of the preceding, against J. Balmford and E. Elton), 1623, 4to.
c. A Discourse of Transubstantiation, etc., 1624, 4to.
d. Certaine Sermons, etc., 1637, fol. (a collection, most having been separately printed).
e. Antithesis, etc., 1638, 4to (in answer to Theses on lots, by William Ames (1571 [not 1576]–1633) [q.v.] and Gisbert Voet).
f. Francisci Gomari Disputationis … Elenchus, etc., 1640, 8vo (on justification).
g. Animadversiones in J. Piscatoris et L. Lucii … de causa … justificationis, etc., 1641, 12mo.
h. Master Anthony Wotton’s Defence, etc., 1641, 12mo (the defence is by Samuel Wotton, son of Anthony; the preface and postscript are by Gataker).
i. A True Relation of Passages between Master Wotton and Master Walker, etc., 1642, 4to.
j. An Answer to Master George Walker’s Vindication, etc., 1642, 4to.
k. De Nomine Tetragrammato, etc., 1645, 8vo.
l. De Diphthongis, etc., 1646, 12mo.
m. A Mistake … removed … answer to … a treatise of Mr. J. Saltmarsh, etc., 1646, 4to; with new title, Arminianism Discovered and Confuted, etc., 1652, 4to. Saltmarsh replied in Reasons for Unitie, etc., 1646, 4to
n. Shadows without Substance, etc., 1646, 4to.
o. De Novi Instrumenti Stylo Dissertatio, etc., 1648, 4to.
p. Mysterious Clouds and Mists, etc. 1648, 4to (answer to J. Simpson).
q. God’s Holy Minde touching Matters Morall, etc., 1648, 4to (on the decalogue; preface signed T. G.).
r. Cinnus, sive Adversaria Miscellanea, etc., 1651, 4to.
s. Marci Antonini De Rebus Suis, etc., 1652, 4to (Greek text, with Latin version and commentary).
t. De Baptismatis Infantilis Vi … disceptatio … inter … S. Wardium … et T. Gatakerum,1652 [i.e. 25 Jan. 1653], 8vo (against justification in baptism).
u. Vindication of the Annotations … against … W. Lillie, J. Swan, and another, etc., 1653, 4to.
v. A Discours Apologetical, wherein Lilies lewd and lowd Lies … are cleerly laid open, etc., 1654 [27 Feb.], 4to (postscript against John Gadbury [q.v.]; valuable for its autobiographical particulars). Posthumous were:
w. Adversaria Miscellanea, etc., 1659, fol. (edited by C. Gataker; prefixed is Gataker’s autobiography in Latin).
x. An Antidote against Errour concerning Justification, etc., 1670, 4to (an unfinished exposition of Rom. iii. 28, begun 19 April 1640; not completed, out of respect to the Westminster assembly).
y. The Life and Death of Master William Bradshaw, in Clarke’s Lives of Thirty-two English Divines,1677, fol. Gataker’s Opera Criticawere collected in two vols. folio, Utrecht, 1697–8. He edited S. Ward’s Balme from Gilead,1617, 8vo, a selection of Galen’s Opuscula,annotated by Theodore Goulston, M.D. [q.v.], 1640, 4to, and other works.
93. James Weldy, or Welby, of Selattyn, Shropshire.
94. Christopher Pashley, D.D., of Hawarden, Flintshire.
95. Henry Tozer, B.D., Fellow of Exeter College, Oxford.
a. A Christian Amendment, delivered in a sermon…in St. Martine’s Church in Oxford, etc. 16o. John Lichfield: Oxford, 1633.
b. Christian Wisdome, or the excellency, fame, and right meanes of true wisdome. As it was briefly delivered in a sermon in St. Maries Church in Oxford. 16o. L. Lichfield: Oxford, 1639.
c. Christus: sive Dicta et Facta Christi: prout a quatuor Evangelistis sparsum recitantur. Collecta et ordine disposita ab H. Tozer. G. Turner: Oxoniae, 1634.
d. Directions for a godly life: especially for communicating at the Lord’s Table. Oxford, 1628.
e. Attending the Lord’s Table
96. William Spurstowe, D.D., of Hampden, Bucks, then of Catharine Hall, Cambridge, afterwards of Hackney.
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97. Francis Cheynell, or Channell, of Oxford, aft. Master of St. John’s, D.D., and Margaret Professor of Divinity.
a. [co-author] A New Confession of Faith…Represented by a Committee of Divines…unto the Grand Committee for Religion, etc. 4to. .
b. A Copy of some Papers past at Oxford, betwixt the author of The Practical Catechisme (N. Hammond), and Mr Ch. (F. Cheynell). 4to. London, 1647.
c. [attributed] Aulicus his Dream, of the Kings sudden coming to London. 4to. pp. 6. 1644.
d. [attributed] Aulicus his Hue and Cry sent forth after Britanicus [i.e., Henry Walker] who is generally reported to be a lost man. 4to. pp. 6. 1645.
e. The Beacon Flameing with a non-obstante: or a Justification of the Firing of the Beacon, by way of animadversion upon a book intituled The Beacon’s Quenched, subscribed by Col. Pride, &c. [With a preface signed by L. Fawne and others.] 4to. pp. 22. 1652.
f. Chillingworthi Novissima: or, The Sicknesse, heresy, death, and buriall, of William Chillingworth, etc. 4to. pp. 61. For Samuel Gellibrand: London, 1643 .
g. A Discussion of Mr. Fry’s Tenets lately condemned in Parliament: and Socinianism proved to be an Unchristian Doctrine.
h. Divers Letters to Dr Jasp. Mayne, concerning false Prophets. 4to. 1647.
i. The Divine Trinunity of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit: or, the Blessed doctrine of the three coessential subsistents in the eternall Godhead, etc. 8vo. pp. 480. T. R. & E. M. for Samuel Gellibrand: London, 1650.
j. The Man of Honour, described in a sermon, preached before the Lords of Parliament from Psal. xlix. 20. March 26. 1645. the solemne day of the publique Monethly-Fast. 4to. pp. 67. J. R. for Samuel Gellibrand: London, 1645.
k. A Plot for the Good of Posterity: Communicated in a sermon from Gen. 18:19. to the Honourable House of Commons for the sanctifying of the Monthly Fast, March 25. 1646. 4to. pp. 47. For Samuel Gellibrand: London,1646.
l. The Rise, Growth, and Danger, of Socinianisme. Together with a plaine discovery of a desperate design of corrupting the Protestant Religion, whereby it appeares that the religion which hath been so violently contended for (by the Archbishop of Canterbury and his adherents) is not the true Protestant Religion, but an hotchpotch of Arminianisme, Socinianisme, and Popery, etc. 4to. pp. 75. For Samuel Gellibrand: London, 1643.
m. Sions Memento, and God’s Alarum. In a sermon from Zech. 2:7. before the Honourable House of Commons, on the 31. of May 1643. the solemne day of their Monethly Fast. 4to. pp. 45; with 7 pages of an Epistle prefixed; For Samuel Gellibrand: London, 1643.
n. [attributed] The Sworne Confederacy between the Convocation at Oxford and the Tower of London. [A satire]. 4to. 1647.
o. Truth Triumphing over Errour and Heresie. Or, a Relation of a Publike Disputation at Oxford…on…Jan. 11. 1646. between Master Cheynell…and Master Erbury…Wherein the Socinian tenents maintained by Master Erbury are laid down, and Master Cheynels clear confutation of them…is declared. 4to. pp. 7. For E. B. and S. G.: London, 1646.
98. Edward Ellis, B.D., of Guilsfield, Montgomery.
a. A Sudden and cloudy Messenger, with glimpses of great joy to the Israel of God: declaring the hastning of that day of the Resurrection of the Lord Jesus in His Saints, etc. 4to. London,
99. John Hacket, D.D., of St. Andrew’s, Holborne, aft. Bishop of Lichfield.
100. Samuel De la Place, of French Ch., London.
101. John De la March, London.
a. A complaint of the false prophets mariners upon the drying up of their hierarchicall Euphrates as it was preached publickly in the Island of Garnezey before a sett order of ministers, expounding in their successive turnes the Revelation of St. John, by John De La March
102. Matthew Newcomen, M.A., of Dedham, Essex.
a. [co-author] An Answer to a Book entitled, An Humble Remonstrance; in which, the Original of Liturgy and Episcopacy is discussed: and Queries propounded concerning both. The Parity of Bishops and Presbyters in Scripture demonstrated. The occasion of their Imparity in Antiquity discovered. The Disparity of the Ancient and our Modern Bishops manifested. The Antiquity of Ruling Elders in the Church vindicated. The Prelatical Church bounded. Written by Smectymnuus. 4to. pp. 94. 1641.
b. Smectymnuus Redivivus… Composed by five…divines. 4to. 1669.
c. The All-Seeing Unseen Eye of God; a Sermon from Heb. 4:13. preached before the Hon. House of Commons, Dec. 30th, 1646, being the day of their solemne monethly fast. 4to. London, 1647.
d. Another Sermon in the Country Collection, which is the last in the volume, from Acts 20:32. entitled, Ultimum Vale; or, The last Farewell of a Minister of the Gospel to a beloved people. pp. 78. London, 1663.
e. The Best Acquaintance, and Highest Honour of Christians. A Discourse on Job 22:21. A small book. London, 1668. (1679)
f. The Craft and Cruelty of the Churches Adversaries, discovered in a Sermon [on Neh. 4:11] preached at St. Margarets in Westminster before the Honourable House of Commons assembled in Parliament, Nov. 5, 1642. 4to. pp. 70. London, 1643.
g. The Duty of Such as would Walke worthy of the Gospel, to endeavour Union, not Division, nor Toleration; opened in a Sermon from Phil. 1:27 at Paul’s, upon the Lord’s day, 8th Feb. 1646. 4to. London, 1646.
h. An Endeavour of making the Principles of Christian religion…plain and easie. London, 1640.
i. Irenicum. Jersalem’s Watchmen, the Lord’s Remembrancers: a sermon on Isa. 62:6-7 preached…before both Houses of Parliament, and the Assembly of Divines, upon their solemn Fast, July 7, 1643. 4to. pp. 34. London, 1643.
j. Mr. M. Newcomen his farewel-sermon [on Rev. 3:3], preached at Dedham in Esses, Aug. 20, 1662. [in A compleat collection of Farewell Sermons] 8vo. 1663.
k. The Necessity and Encouragement, of Utmost Venturing for the Churches Help… . preached to the Honourable House of Commons, on the day of the Monthely solemn Fast, 28 June 1643. London, 1643.
l. Scripture and Reason pleaded for Defensive Armes: or the whole Controversie about Subjects taking up armes. Wherein besides other pamphlets, an Answer is punctually directed to Dr. Fernes Booke, entitled, Resolving of Conscience &c. London, 1643.
m. A Sermon on Acts 13:36 preached at the Funerals of …Mr Samuel Collins, Pastor of the Church of Christ at Braintree in Essex, who exchanged this life for immortality…in the year 1657. 8vo. London, 1658.
n. A Sermon on Josh. 7:10-11 tending to set forth the Right Use of the Disasters that befall our Armies: preached before the Hon. Houses of Parliament, at a fast specially set apart,… Sept. 12th, 1644. 4to. pp. 41. London, 1644.
o. The Upright Protestant, as he was reformed from the superstitious errours of Popery in the happy reignes of Edward the 6th, Qu. Elizabeth, and King James…and for which this…Parliament will live and die. London, 1643.
103. William Lyford, B.D., of Sherborne, Dorset.
a. The Tryall of a Christians syncere love unto Christ. 16vo. 1634.
b. An Apologie for our public Ministerie, and Infant-Baptism, written some years ago for private satisfaction of some Dissenting Brethren, etc. 4to. pp. 46. J. Cranford: London, 1653.
c. Lyford’s Legacie, or an help to young people, preparing them for the worthy receiving of the Lord’s Supper. Together with four additional resolves of admission to the same, etc. 8vo. London, 1656.
d. The Plain man’s Senses exercised to discern both good and evil; or, a discovery of the errors, heresies, and blasphemies of these times and the toleration of them as they are collected and testified against by the ministers of London. (Some memorials of W. Lyford . . . by W. H., D.D.) 4to. London, 1655.
e. Principles of Faith & Good Conscience digested in a catechetical forme. London, 1642.
f. Three Sermons preached at Sherborne in Dorsetshire…upon…2 Cor. 2, 15, 16. 4to. 2 pt. E. Forrest: Oxford, 1654.
g. The Translation of a Sinner from death to life, by the free grace of God; opened in a sermon [on Titus 3:5], etc. 4to. Oxford, 1648.
f. Some memorialls of this godly…Minister of Christ W. Lyford, etc. 4to. 1655.
104. Thomas Carter, M.A., of Dynton, Bucks, aft. of St. Olave’s, Hart Street.
a. Prayers prevalencie for Israels safety. Declared in a sermon preached in Saint Margarets Westminster, before the Honourable House of Commons, at the late solemne fast, June 28. 1643. By Thomas Carter, minister of Dynton in Buckingham-shire. Published by order of that House London : printed by Richard Cotes, and are to be sold by John Bellamie and Ralph Smith, at the signe of the three golden Lions in Cornhill, neare the Royall Exchange, 1643.
105. William Lance, of Harrow, MiddlesExo.
106. Thomas Hodges, B.D., of Kensington, afterwards Dean of Hereford.
a. A Glimpse of God’s Glory: as it was presented in a sermon from Psalm 113:5-6. Preached…before the hon. House of Commons, at the late solemne fast, 28th Sept. 1642. 4to. pp. 41. London, 1642.
b. The Growth and Spreading of Haeresie: set forth in a Sermon from 2 Pet. 2:2. preached before the Honourable House of Commons, March 10  being the day of their publike fast and humiliation for the growth of haeresie. 4to. pp. 60. London, 1647.
c. Inaccessible Glory, or, the impossibility of seeing God’s Face whilst we are in the body; . . . a sermon from Exod. 33:20… at the funeral of Sir Theod. de Mayerne, in the church of St. Martin in the Fields, on the 30th of March , 1655. 4to. London, 1655.
d. Sions Hallelujah: set forth in a sermon on Ps. 126:20 before the rt. hon. House of Peers . . . on Thursday, June 24, being the day of publick thanksgiving to Almighty God for his Majesties safe return. 4to. London, 1660.
e. A Sermon on Gen. 1:31.
f. The Hoary Head Crowned, 1652
g. A Cordial Against the Fear of Death, 1659
h. Necessity of Dignity and Duty of Gospel Minister, 1675
107. Andreas (Andrew) Perne, M.A., of Wilby, Northampton.
a. Gospell Courage, or Christian Resolution for God and his Truth: in a sermon [on Micah iv. 5] preached before the honourable House of Commons, at Margaret’s, Westminster, at a Publique Fast,…May 31, 1643. 4to. pp. 32. London, 1643.
108. Thomas Westfield, D.D., of St. Bartholomew the Great, Bishop of Bristol, attended the first meeting.
a. Englands face in Isrels glasse, or the sinnes, mercies judgments of both nations: [in several Sermons on Psal. cvi. 19, 20, etc.
Edited by T. S.] 4to. 2 pt. London, 1655.
b. A sermon preached in the Cathedrall Church of S. Paul. On the fourteenth day of November, 1641. In the evening. 4to. London,
c. The White Robe; or the Surplice vindicated;…together with a Discourse on Psalm xlv. 7, wherein is proved, that kings and no other can properly be said to be the Lords anoynted: being several sermons, etc. 12o. London, 1660.
109. Henry Hammond, D.D., of Penshurst, Kent, and Canon of Christ’s Church in Nicholas Prophet, or Project, of Marlborough, Wilts, aft. of Edmonton.
a. Practical Catechism, Oxford, 1644; 2nd edit., with author’s name, Oxford, 1646; London, 1646; reissued, with severall treatises, London, 1648; 12th edition, 1683.
b. Of Scandall, Oxford, 1644, 1646.
c. Of Conscience, &c., 4to, Oxford, 1644; London, 1645.
d. Of Resisting the Lawful Magistrate under Colour of Religion, 4to, Oxford, 1644; London, 1647.
e. Of Will Worship, 4to, Oxford, 1644.
f. Of Superstition, 4to, Oxford, 1645, London, 1650.
g. Of Sins of Weakness and Wilfulness; and an Explication of two difficult texts in Heb. vi. and Heb. x., 4to, Oxford, 1645, 1650.
h. Of a Late and Death-bed Repentance, 4to, Oxford, 1645. The last seven tracts were published together at Oxford, 1645, sm. 4to; each tract having a separate title and pagination. To the general title is added a preface signed H. Hammond. Another edition appeared at London, 1646, 4to, with separate title, but with the first four tracts paged continuously.
i. Considerations of Present Use concerning the Danger resulting from the Change of our Government, 4to, Oxford, 1644, 1646; London, 1682.
j. Of the Word κρίμα. Of the Zealots among the Jews, and the Liberty taken by them. Of taking up the Cross. Vindication of Christ’s representing St. Peter from the Exceptions of Mr. Stephen Marshall, Oxford, 1644, 4to, London, 1647, joined with the second edition Of Resisting the Magistrate.
k . View of the Directory, and Vindication of the ancient Liturgy, 4to, Oxford, 1645, 1646.
l. Of Idolatry, 4to, Oxford, 1646, two editions.
m. View of the Exceptions which have been made by a Romanist to the Lord Viscount Falkland’s Discourse of the Infallibility of the Church of Rome, 4to, Oxford and London, 1646.
n. Of the Power of the Keys, London, 1647.
o. Of Fraternal Admonition and Corruption, 4to, London, 1647, 1650.
p. Copy of Papers passed at Oxford between Dr. Hammond, Author of the “Practical Catechism,” and Mr. Francis Cheynell [q.v.], London, 1647, 1650.
q. View of some Exceptions to the “Practical Catechism” from the Censures affixed on them by the Ministers of London, &c., 4to, London, 1648.
r. Vindication of Three Passages in the “Practical Catechism,” 4to, London, 1648.
s. Humble Address to the Lord Fairfax and the Council of War, 15 January 1648, to prevent the King’s Murder, 4to, London, 1649. This was answered by Antony Ascham [q.v.], who called himself Eutactus Philodemus,
t. A Vindication of Dr. Hammond’s Address, &c., from the Exceptions of Eutactus Philodemus, &c., together with a brief Reply to Mr. John Goodwin’s “Obstructors of Justice,” as far as concerns Dr. Hammond, 4to, London, 1649 (John Goodwin [q.v.] had written a book entitled Ὑβριστοδίκαι. The Obstructors of Justice, or a Defence of the Honourable Sentence passed upon the late King by the High Court of Justice, 4to, London, 1649).
u. The Christian’s Obligation to Peace and Charity, &c., with ix. more Sermons, 4to, London, 1649; dedicated to the king, 16 Sept. 1648; with xi. sermons more, London, 1664, fol. The first is the sermon preached before the king at Carisbrooke in Advent.
v. Mysterium Religionis, an Expedient for the Composing Differences of Religion (anon.), 4to, London, 1649.
w. An Appendix or Answer to what was returned by the Apologist, 4to, London, 1650.
x. Of the Reasonableness of the Christian Religion, 8vo, London, 1650.
y. Dissertationes Quatuor, quibus Episcopatus Jura ex S. Scripturis et primaeva Antiquitate adstruuntur, contra sententiam D. Blondelli, &c. Before this book is prefixed Dissertatio de Anti-Christo, de Mysterio Iniquitatis, de Diotrephe, et de Gnosticis subApostolorum sevo se prodentibus, 4to, London, 1651.
z. Paraphrase and Annotations upon all the Books of the New Testament, fol., London, 1653, 1659; fol., London, 1702; 4 vols. 8vo, Oxford, 1845. A presentation copy to Sir Philip Warwick of the first edition is now in Magdalen College Library, Oxford.
aa. Letter of Resolution to Six Queries of Present Use to the Church of England, 8vo, London, 1653.
bb. Of Schism, 8vo, London, 1653.
cc. Reply to a Catholic Gentleman’s Answer to the most material Parts of the Book “Of Schism.” To this was added Account of H.T. his Appendix to his Manual of Controversies, concerning the Abbot of Bangor’s Answer to Augustine, 4to, London, 1653, 1654.
dd. Vindication of the Dissertations concerning Episcopacy from the Exceptions of the London Ministers in their “Jus Divinum Evangel.,” 4to, London, 1654.
ee. Of Fundamentals, in a Notion referring to Practice, 8vo, London, 1654; 12mo, London, 1658.
ff. Account of Mr. Daniel Cawdrey’s Triplex Diatribe concerning Superstition, Will Worship, and the Christian Festival, 4to, London, 1654, 1655.
gg. Answer to the Animadversions [of J. Owen] on the Dissertations concerning Ignatius’s Epistles, and the Episcopacy in them asserted, 4to, London, 1654.
hh. The Baptizing of Infants reviewed and defended from the Exceptions of Mr. Tombes in his three last chapters of his book entitled “Anti-paedobaptism,” 4to, London, 1655.
ii. Defence of the learned Hugo Grotius, 4to, London, 1655.
jj. Second defence of the same, 4to, London, 1655.
kk. The Disarmer’s Dexterity examined in a second Defence of the Treatise of Schism, 4to, London, 1656.
ll. Ἐκτενέστερον. The Degrees of Ardency in Christ’s Prayer, reconciled with His Fulness of Habitual Grace, in reply to the Author of a Book entitled “A Mixture of Scholastical Divinity, &c., by Henry Jeanes,” 4to, London, 1656.
mm. A Paraenesis, &c. (see Pocock’s edit., above), 4to, London, 1656.
nn. Δευτέραι φροντίδες,, or a Review of the Paraphrase with some Additions and Alterations, 8vo, London, 1657.
oo. Continuation of Defence of Hugo Grotius in an Answer to the Review of his Annotations, 4to, London, 1657.
pp. Eὐσκημόνως καὶ κατὰ τάξιν, or The Grounds of Uniformity from 1 Cor. xiv. 40, vindicated from Mr. Henry Jeanes’s Exception in one Passage in view of the Directory, 4to, London, 1657.
qq. A Collection of severall Replies and Vindications published of late, London, 1657.
rr. Some profitable Directions both for Priest and People, in two sermons preached before these evil times, London, 1657.
ss. Paraphrase and Annotations on Book of Psalms, fol., London, 1659; 2 vols., 8vo, Oxford, 1850.
tt. The Dispatcher dispatched, or an Examination of the Romanists’ Rejoinder to Dr. Hammond’s Replies, wherein is inserted a View of their Profession and Oral Tradition in the Way of Mr. White, 4to, London, 1659.
uu. Brief Account of a Suggestion against “The Dispatcher dispatched,” 4to, London, 1660.
vv. Χάρις καὶ Εἰρήνη, or a Pacific Discourse of God’s Grace and Decrees, 8vo, London, 1660.
ww. Two Prayers, 8vo, London, 1660.
xx. Spiritual Sacrifice.
yy. The Daily Practice of Piety; also Devotions and Prayers in Time of Captivity, 8vo, London, 1660.
zz. Solemn Petition and Advice to the Convocation, with Directions to the Laity how to prolong their Happiness, 8vo, Cambridge, 1661.
aaa. De Confirmatione. Edited by Humphrey Henchman, Bp. of Salisbury, with a most interesting Address to the Reader by the Bishop. This has no date, but is a small 8vo, and the license is dated 29 June 1661.
bbb. Of Hell Torments, 12mo, Oxford, 1664.
ccc. Ἄξια Θεοῦ κρίσις, or an Assertion of the Existence and Duration of Hell Torments, Oxford, 8vo, 1665.
ddd. An Accordance of St. Paul and St. James in the great point of Faith and Works, 8vo, Oxford, 1665.
eee. Paraphrase and Annotations on the first Ten Chapters of the Proverbs. fol., London, 1683.
fff. Answer to Mr. Richard Smith’s Letters concerning the Sense of that Article in the Creed, “He descended into Hell,” dated Oxford, 29 April 1659; 8vo, London, 1684. Many of Hammond’s letters are among the Ballard MSS. in the Bodleian Library. One of these (i. 75), dated 12 Feb. 1649, on the publication and authorship of Eikon Basilike, is printed in the preface to the edition of that work published at Oxford in 1869.
110. Peter Sterry, B.D., of London.
a. The clouds in which Christ comes; opened in a sermon from Rev. 1:7, before the House of Commons… upon the solemne day of their monthly ast, Oct. 27th, 1647. 4to. pp. 56. London, 1648.
b. The commings forth of Christ in the power of his death: opened in a sermon [on Ps. xviii. 1] preached before the high court of Parliament, Nov. 1, 1649, being a publike thanksgiving for the victories obtained by the Parliaments forces in Ireland, etc. 4to. London, 1650.
c. A Discourse of the Freedom of the Will. folio. London, 1675.
d. Englands deliverance from the Northern Presbytery, compared with its deliverance from the Roman papacy: or a thanksgiving sermon [on Jer. 16:14-15], Nov. 5, 1651, before the supreme authority of this nation the high court of parliament. 4to. London, 1652 [November, 1651].
e. The Rise, Race, and Royalty of the Kingdom of God in the Soul of Man. Opened in several sermons upon Matthew 18:3, as also the Loveliness & Love of Christ set forth in several other sermons on Psal. 45:1-2. Together with an account of the state of a saints soul and body in death. [With an epistle from the Publisher to the Reader, signed: J. White.] 4to. pp. 515. T: Cockerill: London, 1683.
f. The Spirit convincing of sinne: opened, in a sermon from John 16:8, before the Honourable House of Commons, Fast, Nov. 26, 1645. 4to. pp. 36. London, 1645.
The teachings of Christ in the Soule, opened in a sermon [on Matt. 23:10] before the rt. hon. House of Peers . . . upon the solemne day of their monthly fast, March 29, 1648. 4to. London, 1648.
g. Way of God with his people in these nations, sermon for Parliament 5 November 1656
h. Free Grace Exalted (1670)
i. The Appearance of God to Man in the Gospel (1710)
j. Selected Works of Peter Sterry
111. John Erle, D.D., of Bishopton, Wilts, afterwards Bishop of Worcester, then of Salisbury.
No complete works, though he did work on a popular book on cosmology called, “Micro-cosmographie: or, a piece of the world discovered. [with a preface by E. Blount] 12vo. London, 1628.
112. John Gibbon, or Guibon, M.A., of Waltham.
113. Henry Painter, B.D., of Exeter.
a. St. Paul’s Rule for Religious Performances, 1652.
114. Thomas Micklethwaite, M.A., of Cherry. Burton, Yorkshire.
115. John Wincop, D.D., of St. Martin’s in the Fields, and Clothall, Herts.
a. God’s Call to Weeping and Mourning, set out in a sermon from Isa. 22:12. preached to the House of Commons…at their late
solemne Fast, January 29, 1644, being the day before the treaty (at Uxbridg) began. 4to. pp. 51. London, 1645.
b. Israels Tears for Distressed Zion, shown in a sermon from Psalm 137:1, before the House of Lords, at their late solemn
Fast…Sept. 24, 1645. 4to, pp. 47. London, 1645.
116. William Price, B.D., St. Paul’s, Covent Garden, and of Waltham Abbey.
a. The Soul’s Porter, or a Treatise on the Fear of God. 1638
b. Man’s Delinquency, a sermon before the House of Commons. 1646.
c. Gods Working and Brittains Wonder. A sermon [on Psa. 118:31]:congratulating the most happy establishment of…Charles the II. on his throne, etc. 4to. London, 1660.
d. A Sermon [on Isa. 1:21-22] preached on Wednesday in Easter Weeke, April 13, 1642, before the Lord Maior, etc. 4to. London, 1642.
117. Henry Wilkinson, jun., B.D., Epping, Essex, afterwards D.D., and of Magdalen Hall, Oxford.
a. Babylons Ruine, Jerusalems Rising: Set forth in a sermon from Zech. 1:18-21, preached before the honourable House of Commons, on the 25 Oct. being the day appointed for the monthly fast, etc. 4to. pp. 32. Printed for Chr. Meredith & Sa. Gellibrand: London, 1643.
b. The Gainefull Cost: as it was delivered in a sermon preached before the . . . House of Lords, from 1 Chron. 21:24, 27 Nov., 1644, being the day appointed for solemn and publike humiliation.. 4to. pp. 32. London, 1644.
c. Miranda, Stupenda; or, The Wonderful and Astonishing Mercies which the Lord hath Wrought for England, in Subdoing and Captivating the Pride, Power and Policy of his Enemies: presented in a sermon from Numb. 23:23, preached July 21, 1646, before the honourable House of Commons, . . . being the day. . . for thanksgiving for the surrender of Oxford. 4to. London, 1646.
d. The Pope of Rome is Antichrist. A Sermon on 2 Thess. 2:3-10. in S. Annesley, The Morning Exercises at Cripplegate. Vol. vi. 8vo. 1844.
e. A Sermon against Lukewarmenesse in Religion, preached at Saint Maries in Oxford, the Sixth of September 1640, from Rev. 3:16. 4to. pp. 39. London, 1641.
f. What is it to do all we do in the name of Christ, and how may we do so? A Sermon on Coloss. iii. 17. [in S. Annesley, A Supplement to the Morning-Exercise, etc.] 4to. 1676.
g. Wherein are we endangered by things lawful. Sermon on Luke 17:27-29, in S. Annesley, The Morning Exercise at Cripple-gate. 4to. 1677.
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118. Richard Holdsworth, or Oldsworth, D.D., Master of Emmanuel College, Cambridge.
a. Praelectiones Theologicae, habitae in Collegio Greshamensi apud Londinenses a R. H. Editae (una eum oratione solenni, quam habuit idem in Vesperis comitiorum academiae procancellarius an.
1641) cura et studio R. Pearson. Praemissa authoris vita. folio. Londini, 1660.
b. The Peoples Happinesse. A sermon [on Ps. xcliv. 15. preached in St. Maries in Cambridge, upon Sunday the 27 of March, being the day of His Majesties happy Inauguration. 4to. Cambridge, 1642.
c. The Valley of Vision; or, a clear sight of sundry sacred truths in twenty one sermons, etc. [with a preface by T. Fuller.] 4to. London, 1651.
119. William Dunning, M.A., of Cold Aston, Glouc., or Godalston, Notts.
120. Francis Woodcock, B.A., of St. Lawrence, Jewry, v. Moreton, of Newcastle, deceased.
a. Christ’s Warning-piece: Giving Notice to Every One to Watch and Keep Their Garments: delivered in a Sermon at Margaret’s, Westminster, before the Honourable House of Commons, at their solemn Fast, from Rev. 16:15. Oct. 30, 1644. 4to. pp. 32.
b. Joseph Paralled [sic] by the Present Parliament, in His Sufferings and Advancement: A Sermon preached from Gen. 49:23, 24, before the House of Commons, on their Solemn Day of Thanksgiving, Feb. 19th, 1645, for the . . . reducement of the City of Chester. 4to. London, 1646.
c. Lex Talionis; or, God Paying Every Man in His Own Coyn: held forth in a sermon from 1 Sam. ii. 30. preached before the House of Commons . . . July 30th, 1645. 4to. London, 1646.
d. The Two Witnesses discovered in severall sermons upon the eleventh Chapter of the Revelation, at Lawrence-Jewry, London, on Rev. 11:3, &c. with the great Question discussed, Whether the two Witnesses were slain or not? 4to. London, 1643.
121. John Maynard, M.A., of Mayfield, Surrey, v. H. Nye, deceased.
a. The Beauty and Order of the Creation Displayed in the six days’work.
b. The Law of God ratified, by the Gospel of Christ; or, the Harmony of the Doctrine of Faith, with the Law of Righteousness, wherein many of the types and rites of the Ceremonial law are unfolded. As it was delivered in several sermons . . . by Mr. Mainard. 8vo. London, 1674.
c. A Sermon on Prov. 23:23 preached to the Hon. House of Commons at their late solemne fast, Feb. 26, 1644. 4to. London, 1645.
d. A Shadow of the Victory of Christ; represented to the Hon. House of Commons in a sermon [on Phil. iii. 21] preached on the day of the publick fast, 28th Oct. 1646. 4to. London, 1646.
e. The Young Man’s Remembrancer, and Old Man’s Monitor, 1660.
f. Bibliotheca Maynardiana; sive Catalogus Librorum Bibliothecae selectisimae Rev. Viri D. Maynard. 4to. London, 1687.
g. Truth, the Great Business of Our Times
122. Thomas Clendon, of All Hallows, Barking, v. Nicholson, who failed to attend.
a. Justification justified; or the Doctrine of Justification; briefly and clearly explained, and vindicated in a sermon…11 Dec. 1652. 4to. pp. 32. Robert Ibbitson: London, 1653.
123. Daniel Cawdrey, M.A., St. Martin’s in Fields, v. Dr. Harris, of Winchester, excused attending.
124. William Rathbone, or Rathband, of Highgate, v. Morley, who failed to attend.
a. A Briefe Narration of some Church Courses held in opinion and practise in the Churches lately erected in New England Presented to the publike view by W. R. 4to. 1644.
b. A most grave and modest confutation of the errors of the sect, commonly called Brownists or Seperatists. Agreed upon long since by the joynt consent of sundry godly and learned Ministers of this Kingdome . . . 4to. Published by W. Rathband. London, 1644.
125. John Strickland, of New Sarrum, v. Dr. Ward, deceased, 14 Sept. 1643.
a. A Discovery of Peace: or, The Thoughts of the Almighty for the ending of the People’s Calamities. Intimated in a sermon on Jer.29:11, etc. 4to. London, 1644.
b. Gods Work of Mercy in Sion’s Misery; laid out in a sermon preached from Isa. 10:20, before the Honourable House of Commons at Margaret’s, Westminster, Decemb. 27, 1643. Whereunto is added a catalogue of the names of all the divines that preached before the parliament till this present. 4to. pp. 33. London, 1644.
c. Immanuel: or, The Church Triumphing in God with us: a sermon preached from Psal. 46:7, before the Right Honourable House of Lords, in the Abbey of Westminster, at their publique thanksgiving, Nov. 5, 1644. 4to. pp. 38. London, 1644. BM
d. Mercy Rejoycing against Judgment: or, God Waiting to be Gracious to a sinful Nation; a sermon preached from Isa. 30:18, before the Honourable House of Commons upon the solemne day of their publique humiliation and monethly fast, in Margaret’s, Westminster, Oct. 29th, 1645. 4to. pp. 28. London, 1645.
126. William Good, B.D., of Denfon, Norfolk.
a. The Discoverie of a publique spirit, presented in a sermon [on Acts 13:36] before the Honourable House of Commons, at Margaret’s, Westminster, at their publique fast, March 26. 1645. 4to. pp. 32. London, 1645.
b. Jacob Raised; Or, The means of making a Nation happy both in spiritual and temporal Privileges: presented in a sermon from Amos 7:5. preached before the right honorable house of Peeres at Westminster, at the late solemne monthly fast, Dec. 30th, 1646. 4to. London, 1647.
c. A new catechsisme, commended to be set forth in this time of reformation, being the principall grounds of Christian Religion…Also, with a breefe direction how to read the holy scriptures with profit. 8vo. London, March 4, 1645.
d. A Particular Relation of the most Remarkable Occurences from the United Forces in the North…By W. Good, etc. (A continuation of True Intelligence…by S. Ash and W. Goode, etc.) 4to. 1644.
127. John Bond, D.C.L., Master of the Savoy, v. Archbishop Ussher, who, however, was restored in 1647.
1. Salvation in a Mystery: or A prospective glasse for Englands case. As it was laid forth in a discourse given at Margarets in Westminster, before the Honourable House of Commons, at their monthly fast, March 27. 1644. By John Bond, B.LL. late lecturer in the city of Exceter now preacher at the Savoy in London. A member of the Assembly of Divines. Published by order of the Commons House. London: printed by L.N. for Francis Eglesfeild, and are to be sold at the signe of the Marygold in Pauls Church-yard, 1644.
2. The Parliaments and Londons preparation for His Majesties return. With the manner how many Parliament men, with the Lord major, and aldermen are to congratulate his Majesty. With the manner likewise how many petitions are to be delivered unto him, and the substance of th same. As also the true relation, how the 12. accused Bishops are devoted out of the House of Peers, and being called to their tryall, they expected the Kings either ascent or discent thereunto, which induced His Majesty to return. With the certain time prefixed when he doth return. Composed and published by Iohn Bond. London: printed for Iohn Tompson, 1641
3. King Charles his welcome home, or A congratulation of all his loving subiects in thankefulnesse to God for his Maiesties safe and happie returne from Scotland, 1641. By Iohn Bond, Cantabrid: Coll: St. Iohns. London: printed by F. L. for T. Bates, and F. Coules, and are to be sold at their shops in the old Baily, 
4. Englands reioycing for the Parliaments returne. Declaring the kingdomes happinesse in their councells, and their iustice in their consultations against papists, Arminiasme, and popish superstition. Composed by Iohn Bond, Cantabrid. St. Iohns Coll. London: printed by F. L. for T. Bates, and are to bee sold at his shop in the old Bail.y [sic], 1641.
5. A doore of hope, also Holy and loyall activity. Two treatises delivered in severall sermons, in Excester. By Iohn Bond, Bachelour of the Lawes, and lecturer in the same city.
London: printed by G.M. for Iohn Bartlet, at the signe of the Guilt-Cup near St. Austins Gate, 1641.
6. The poets recantation, having suffered in the pillory. the 2. of Aprill 1642. VVith a penitent submission of all things, that have beene written against the King and state. In an humble petitionary description, obsequiously commended to the honorable and high court of Parliament. Iohn Bond. London: printed for T. A. and Ioseph Wren, 1642
7. The downfal of old common-counsel-men. Being their great repulse at Guild-Hall last Friday by the committee, who extruded the old out of their corrupted offices, and elected new in their places. First, shewing their manifold corruptions, and unequall taxations, which they imposed chiefly on their poor parishioners, and connived on the rich, which hath been too common an abuse used by them. Then exactly describing, how they oftentimes robbed the poore of their due,and detaining the charity of other men from them, have put it up in their own purses. Lastly, shewing the manner of their arreignment at Guild-Hall, with the cause of their downfall, and the others vprising. Composed by Iohn Bond, scribimus, & scriptis consumiter igne libellus.
London: printed for T.H., MDCXLJ. [1641, i.e. 1642]
8. Exon. Aprill 8. 1643. Having lately seene a pamphlet mis-called a sermon, and fathered upon my name, under this title, a sermon preached in Exon, before the Deputy Liuetenants, Captaines, &c. in the county of Devon, by John Bond, minister of the word of God in the city of Exo the tect being, Prov. 25. v. 5. and perusing those broken notes uppon it, contained in some 35 pages….1643
London [s.n].: n.p.
9. The states stability: a sermon preached in Exon before the deputy-lieutenants, captaines, and other militarie officers and souldiers of the county of Devon. By John Bond minister of the Word of God in the city of Exon, London [s.n.], printed, 1643.
10. Oriens ab occidente: or, A dawning in the west. As it was delivered in a sermon before the Honourable House of Commons, at Westminster; upon their day of thanksgiving, for severall victories in the west, &c. By John Bond Mr of the Savoy, and one of the Assembly of Divines
London: printed by J.D. for Fr. Eglesfield, and are to be sold at his shop, at the sign of the Mary-gold in Pauls Church-yard, 1645.
11. Occasus occidentalis: or, Job in the VVest. As it was laid forth in two severall sermons, at two publike fasts, for the five associated westerne counties. By Iohn Bond B.L. late lecturer in the City of Exon, now minister at the Savoy, London. A member of the Assembly of Divines. London: printed by J. D. for Fran. Eglesfield, and are to be sold at his shop, at the signe of the Marigold in Pauls Church-yard, 1645.
128. Humphrey Hardwick, of Hadham Magna, Herts.
a. The Difficulty of Sions Deliverance and Reformation; together with the Activity which her friends should manifest, during the time that her cause is in agitation. Deliverd in a sermon [on Psal. 126:5-6] preached at Margaret’s, Westminster, before the Honourable House of Commons, on Wednesday morning, the 26th day of June, 1644 [being a day of public fasting and humiliation]. 4to. pp. 36. London, 1644.
b. The Precious Seeds of Reformation
129. John Ward, of Ipswich and of Brampton, v. Painter, deceased.
a. God Judging Among the Gods: opened in a sermon from Psalm 82:1, before the House of Commons, upon the solemn day of the monethly fast, March 26, 1645. 4to. London, 1645.
b. The Good-Will of Him who Dwelt in the Bush; or, The Extraordinary Happiness of Living Under an Extraordinary Providence: a sermon preached from Deut. xxxiii. 16, before the . . . House of Lords, in the Abbey-Church, Westminster, July 22, 1645, at their publike thanksgiving for the good successe given to the Parliaments Forces under the command of Sir T. Fairfax in the West. 4to. London, 1645.
130. Edward Corbet, of Norfolk, or North Reppis, Norfolk, v. H. Hall, of Norwich.
a. God’s Providence, a sermon preached from 1 Cor. i. 27, before the Honourable House of Commons, at their late solemne Fast, Decemb. 28. Anno 1642, etc. 4to. pp. 30. Tho. Badger for Robert
Bostock: London, 1642 [O.S.].
b. The Worldling’s Looking-glass; or, The Danger of Losing his Soul for Gain. 1630.
131. Philip Delme, or Delmy, of French Church, Canterbury, v. Rathbone, deceased.
132. Thomas Ford, M.A., of St. Faith’s, London, v. Bowles, deceased.
a. AutokatakritoV; or the Sinner Condemned of himself; being a Plea for God against all the ungodly, proving them alone guilty of their own destruction. By One, that wisheth better to all, than most do to themselves. 8vo. pp. 256. London, 1668.
b. Scripture’s self-evidence, proving it to be the only Rule of Faith; against the Papists, 1677.
c. Singing of Psalms The Duty of Christians under the New Testament. Or, A Vindication of that Gospel-Ordinance, in five sermons from Eph. 5:19. Wherein are asserted and cleared; 1. That, 2. What, 3. How, 4. Why, we must sing. 8vo. pp. 175. London, 1653.
133. Richard Byfield, of Long Ditton, Surrey, v. Dr. Featley, deceased.
a. The Doctrine of the Sabbath Vindicated, in a confutation of a treatise of the Sabbath, written by M. Edward Breerwood against M. Nic. Byfield, etc. 4to. pp. 227. Felix Kyngston, for Philemon Stephens & Christopher Meredith: London, 1631.
b. The Gospels Glory, without Prejudice to the Law, shining forth in the Glory of God the Father, the Sonne, the Holy Ghost, for the Salvation of Sinners, who through Grace do believe according to the draught of the Apostle Paul in Rom. 3:24. 8vo. pp. 378. E. M. for Adoniram Byfield: London, 1659.
c. The Light of Faith: and, Way of holinesse. Shewing what to belieue, and for what to striue together in all estates and conditions. 12vo. pp. 444. T. H. [T. Harper] for Ph. Stephens and Ch. Meredith: London, 1630.
d. The Lord’s Day, the Sabbath day. Or a briefe Answer to some materiall passages, in a late Treatise of the Sabbath-day [by Francis White, Bishop of Ely]. Digested dialogue-wise between two Divines A & B . . . The 2. edition much enlarged, with a second part and postscript. [By R. Byfield?] 4to. pp. 62. 1636.
e. The Power of the Christ of God: or, a Treatise of Power, as it is originally in God the Father, and by him given to Christ his Sonne, &c. 4to. pp. 46. R. Cotes for Jo. Bellamie & Ralph Smith: London, 1641.
f. The Real Way to Good Works.
g. Temple-defilers defiled, wherein a true Visible Church of Christ is described. The evils and pernicious errours, especially appertaining to schisme, anabaptisme and libertinisme, that infest our Church, are discovered . . . Delivered in two sermons preached from 1 Cor. 3:17. at the Lecture in Kingston-upon- Thames, Feb. 20. & 27. 1644, etc. 4to. pp. 40. John Field for Ralph Smith: London, 1645.
h. A Treatise of Charity.
i. Zions Answer to the Nations Ambassadors, according to instructions given by Isaiah from Gods mouth: In part unfolded in a sermon preached from Isai. xiv. 32. before the Honourable House of Commons at their solemne fast, Junii 25. 1645. 4to. Printed by John Field for Ralph Smith: London, 1645.
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134. John Dury, or Durie, v. Dr. Downing, deceased, probably because of his well-known efforts to promote union among Protestants.
a. The Copy of a Letter written to Mr. A. Hinderson [concerning the affairs of the Palatine. By J. D.?] 4to. 1643.
b. Motives to induce the Protestant Princes to mind the worke of peace ecclesiasticall, etc. 4to. 1641.
c. The earnest breathings of forreign Protestants...for a compleat body of practicall Divinity…and an essay of a Modell of the said body of Divinity by J. D., etc. 4to. 1658.
d. A disingag’d survey of the engagement, in relation to publike obligations,etc. 4to. 1646.
e. Hartlib, Dury and Comenius. Gleanings from Hartlib’s papers. [by George H. Turnbull] 8vo. 1947.
f. Epistolae de Negotio Irenico J. Duraei. Museum Helveticum, etc. Particula 7. Vol. 2. 8vo. Zurich, 1746, etc.
g. “Letters written by John Dury in Sweden, 1636-1638,” edited by Professor G. H. Turnbull, in Kyrkohistorik årsskrift. årg. 49. pp. 204-251. 8vo. 1949.
h. “Madam, although my former freedom, etc.” [Four letters to Lady Ranelagh, the first, third and fourth by J. Dury, the second by his wife, concerning their marriage.] 4to. pp. 8. 1645.
i. Brev från John Durie åren 1636-1638. Utgivna av…Gunnar Westin. 1934 Kyrkohistoriska Föreningen. Skrifter, etc. ser. 1. årg. 33. 8vo. 1900, etc.
j. [Pseudonymous] A true relation of the conversion and baptism of Isuf, etc. [substance of a sermon on Acts x. 47 by R. Christophilus.] 8vo. 1658.
k. Anonymi Theoria de Consilius Eclesiasticae Pacis inter Ecclesias Christianas capessendis. Cum paraenesi ad Lectorem. No imprint, 1634.
l. Bibliotheca Augusta Sereniss Princ. D. Augusti Ducis Brunovicensis, &c. 1650.
m. “A briefe Declaration of the severall forms of government received in the reformed Churches beyond the Seas,” in Certain briefe Treatises…concerning the…government of the Church, etc. [Edited by J. D.?] 4to. 1641.
n. A Briefe Relation of that which hath been lately attempted to procure Ecclesiastical Peace amongst Protestants. London, 1641.
o. A Case of Conscience, concerning ministers meddling with state matters in or out of their sermons, resolved more satisfactorily than heretofore, etc. 4to. London, 1650.
p. A Case of Conscience: whether it be lawful to admit Jews into a Christian Commonwealth? resolved by J. D. written to S. Hartlib, Esquire. 4to. London, 1656.
q. Certain considerations shewing the necessity of Correspondence in spiritual matters betwixt all protestant Churches; an especiall means for effecting whereof…would be a national synod. 4to. London, 1642.
r. Concordiae inter Evangelicos quaerendae Consilia, quae ab Ecclesiae in Transylvania Evangelicae Pastoribus & Scholae Albae Juliacensis Professoribus in Synodo congregatis approbata fuerunt, anno 1634, et tunc ipsorum nomine J. Duraeo transmissa ad promovendam evangelicarum ecclesiarum unionem cujus tum se praestabat sollicitatorem, etc. [with the questions of Duraeus prefixed.] 4to. 1654.
s. Conscience eased, or the main scruple which hath hitherto stuck most with conscionable Men against taking the Engagement, removed, etc. 4to. London, 1651.
t. Considerations concerning the present Engagement; whether it lawfully may be entered into, yea or no? The second edition corrected and amended. 4to. London, 1650.
u. Consultationum Irenicarum Prodiorqwsiv; sive Acta tractatuum de mediis Concordiae Evangelicae procurandis, inter…J. C. Dannhawesam [and] B. Boebelium, ab una parte, et J. D. ab altera … Additur–Apographum Epistolae ad Imperii quandam Principem missae, etc. [By J. D.] 8vo. Amsterodami, 1664.
v. Consultatio Theologica super negotio pacis Eccelsiast. 4to. London, 1641.
w. A Copy of Mr. J. D.’s Letter presented in Sweden to the … Lord Forbes; briefly intimating the necessity of a common, fundamental Confession of Faith among those Christians that receive the Holy Scriptures as the only rule of faith and practice…Published by S. Hartlib. 4to. London, 1643.
x. A Copy of a Petition as it was tendered by Mr. Dury to Gustavus, the late King of Sweden, of glorious memory, when he was at Elbing in Prussia, in the year 1628. Translated out of French. 4to. London, 1641.
y. De Pace inter Evangelicos procuranda sententiae quatour: Quorum tresa Reverdenis Dominis Episcopis. London, 1638.
z. De Pacis Ecclesiasticae Rationibus inter Evangelicos usurpandis, Et de Theologorum fundamentali consensu in Colloquio Lipsiensi. No imprint, 1634.
aa. A Declaration of John Dury, to make known the Truth of his Way and Deportment in all these Times of Trouble. 1660.
bb. A demonstration of the necessity of settling some Gospel government amongst the Churches of Christ in this nation; held forth in answer to a querie, whereby Mr. Saltmarsh did once endeavor to hinder the settlement of all Church-Government in the nation. Written in…1646, etc. 4to. London, 1654.
cc. An earnest Plea for Gospel Communion in the way of Godliness; which is sued for by the Protestant Churches of Germanie unto the Churches of Great Britain and Ireland, in a Letter [which is prefixed to this answer] written by them to these, [requesting the Compilation of a Body of Practical Divinity] which was sent hither to that effect by the by the hand of J. D. [With a preface by S. Hartlib]. 4to. London, 1654.
dd. The effect of Master D.’s negotiation for the uniting of Protestants in a Gospell interest is…this, etc. 4to. London, 1657?.
ee. Epistolary Discourse [concerning the toleration of Independency] … Written…to Mr. Tho. Goodwin, Mr. Phil. Nye, and Mr. Sam. Hartlib. Published by a friend for more common use. 4to. London, London, 1644.
ff. Epistolica Dissertation quam Johannes Duraeus, Evangelicae concordia procurandae ergodioctes misit authoribus Calvinismi (ut vocatur) irreconciliabilis. No imprint, 1641.
gg. An Epistolary Discourse to Mr. Thorowgood, concerning his Conjecture that the Americans are descended from the Israelites. 4to. pp. 16. London, 1650. (to which is added “the History of a Portugal Jew, Antonie Monterinos, attested by Manasseh Ben Israel, to the same effect.”)
hh. Ex apposito extracto harmonico cum addita obtestatione et monito; intelligetis meae solicitationis studium ad finem vergere, etc. [Signed J. Duraeus] 4to. 1657?.
ii. Informatio Ecclesiis Reformatis oblata, de conciliis, quae agitata fuerunt in Pace Religiosa cum ecclesiis Augustanis quaerenda, a Johanne Duraeo ecclesiaste Britano. Bremen, 1640.
jj. Israel’s Call to March out of Babylon unto Jerusalem; opened in a sermon [on Isai. lii. 11.] before the Honourable House of Commons, at the monethly fast, Nov. 26, 1645. 4to. pp. 49. London, 1646.
kk. Johannis Duraei Irenicorum Tractatuum Prodromus, etc. 8vo. pp. 548. J. H. Boon: Amstelodami, 1662.
ll. Just Re-proposals to Humble Proposals: or, an impartiall consideration of, and answer unto, the Humble Proposals, which are printed in the name of sundry learned and pious divines, concerning the Engagement which the parliament hath ordered to be taken…Hereunto are added, The humble proposals themselves, etc. 4to. London, 1650.
mm. A Memoriall concerning Peace Ecclesiastical amongst Protestants. (J. D. his petition to the hon. house of commons, etc.) 4to. London, 1641.
nn. Model of Church Government: or, the Grounds of the Spirituall Frame and Government of the House of God…for the better satisfaction of such as scruple at the work of reformation, declared and appointed by severall ordinances of Parliament. 4to. 1647.
oo. A Motion tending to the Publick Good of this age, and of Posteritie, or, the coppies of certain letters written by … J. D., to a worthy Knight at his earnest desire. Shewing briefly what a Publick Good is, and how by the best means of Reformation in Learning and Religion it may be advanced to some perfection. 4to. Published by S. Hartlib, etc.: London, 1642.
pp. Motives to induce the Protestant Princes to mind the work of peace ecclesiastical amongst themselves. London, 1641.
qq. Objections against the taking of the engagement answered. Or, some scruples of conscience which a godly minister in Lancashire did entertain against the taking of the engagement resolved by J. D. 4to. London, 1650.
rr. Of Presbytery and Independency. 4to. 1646.
ss. A Pack of old Puritans maintaining the unlawfulness and inexpediency of subscribing the new Engagement . . . With Mr. J. D.’s considerations and just reproposals concerning it, and answering the most material allegations that are urged by him or others for subscription. 4to. London, 1650.
tt. A Peace-maker without partiality & Hypocrisie: or, the Gospel-Way to make up the present breaches of the Brotherhood and heale the divisions whereby some of the Reforming Professors and Ministers of this Kingdome at this time, sadly dishonour their profession, etc. 4to. Published by S. Hartlib: London, 1648.
uu. The Plain Way of Peace and Unity in matters of religion, shewed by some maxims supposed to be undeniable, which J. Durie hath made use of in negotiating with all the churches. 8vo. London, 1669.
vv. The Reformed Librarie-Keeper, with a supplement to the Reformed- School. By J. Durie. Whereunto is added, I. An Idea of Mathematicks (by J. Pell). II. The Description [Latin] of one of the chiefest Libraries…in Germany [viz. that of Wolfenbuttel.–Edited by S. Hartlib.] 12vo. London, 1650.
ww. The Reformed School. [Edited, with additions, by S. Hartlib.] 12vo. London, 1649.
xx. A Seasonable Discourse...1. What the Grounds and Method of our Reformation ought to be in Religion and Learning. 2. How, even in these times of distraction, the Work may be advanced: By the Knowledge of Orientall tongues and Jewish mysteries; By an agency for advancement of universall learning. 4to. Published by S. Hartlib: London, 1649.
yy. A Summarie Account of…J. D.’s former and later negotiation for the procurring of true Gospel Peace...amongst the Protestant Churches and Academies. 4to. London, 1657.
zz. A Summary Discourse concerning the work of Peace Ecclesiastical, How it may concurre with the aim of a civill confederation amongst Protestants: Presented to the consideration of my Lord Ambassadour Sir Thomas Row, etc. at Hamburg in the year MDCXXXIX. 4to. Cambridge, 1641.
aaa. A Summarie Platform of the heads of a Body of Practical Divinity, which the Ministers of the Protestant Churches abroad have sued for, etc. 4to. pp. 7. Printed for Richard Wodenothe: London, 1654.
bbb. The Time-serving Proteus, and Ambidexter Divine, uncased to the world: containing two letters of M.J.D. the great champion for the New Ingagement…The first, to J. Hall, Bishop of Exeter; the second, to W. Lawd, late Archbishop of Canterbury, wherein he expresseth the reasons which moved him…to renounce his ecclesiasticall orders and ministeriall function formerly conferred on him in the Reformed Churches beyond the seas, because not given by a Diocesan Bishop, etc. [By W. Prynne] 4to. London, 1650.
ccc. Two treatises concerning the matter of the Engagement: the first of an unknown author, excepting against Mr. Dureus’ considerations for the taking of the Engagement, to show the unsatisfactoriness thereof; the second of Mr. Dureus’ maintaining the satisfactoriness of his considerations, against the unknown author’s exceptions. 4to. London, 1650.
ddd. The unchanged, constant, and single-hearted Peace-maker drawn forth into the world: or, A vindication of John Dury from the aspersions cast upon him in a nameless Pamphlet, called, The Time-serving Proteus, and ambidexter Divine, uncased to the World. Wherein the two letters written seventeen years ago, the one to J. Hall, then bishop of Exeter; the other to W. Laud, then Archbishop of Canterbury, are cleared from the most false and injurious interpretations put upon them. [With a Preface by S. Hartlib.] 4to. London, 1650.
135. William Strong, preacher in Westminster Abbey, v. Peale, deceased.
a. Thirty-one Select Sermons, preached on special Occasions, 1656.
b. The Heavenly Treasure. 1656.
c. Communion with God, the Saint’s Privilege and Duly. 1656.
d. A Treatise on the Subordination of Man’s Will to the Will of God, 1657.
e. The Eternity and Certainty of Hell’s Torments, 1672.
f. A Discourse of the Two Covenants, 1678.
g. The Parable of the Prodigal.
136. Robert Johnston, of York, v. Carter, deceased.
137. Samuel Boulton (or Bolton), of St. Saviour’s, Southwark, afterwards D.D., and Master of Christ’s College, Cambridge, v. Burroughs, deceased.
a. “A Tossed Ship making for a Safe Harbour; or a Word in Season to a Sinking Kingdom,” 1644.
b. “A Vindication of the Rights of the Law and the Liberties of Grace,” 1646.
c. “The Arraignment of Error,” 1646.
d. “The Sinfulnesse of Sin,” 1646.
e. “The Guard of the Tree of Life,” 1647.
f. “The Wedding Garment,” and posthumously,
g. “The Dead Saint speaking to Saints and Sinners,” (portrait prefixed).
h. The Wonderful Workings of God for His Church and People
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Scribes or Clerks Of The Assembly:
Henry Roborough, of St. Leonard’s, Fastcheap, London.
a. The Doctrine of Justification Cleared and Vindicated from Arminian, Socinian, and Popish Errors. Or, an Answer to Mr John Goodwin’s Animadversions upon Mr George Walker’s Defence of the true sense of Rom. iv. 3, 5. Together with an Examination of the said Mr John Goodwin’s Treatise of Justification.–Wherein the Imputation of Faith in a proper sense is denied and confuted: and the Imputation of Christ’s Righteousness is affirmed and proved. Republished, etc. 4to. 2 pt. London, 1650.
Adoniram Byfield, M.A., afterwards of Fulham,
a. A Brief View of Mr. Coleman his New-Modell of Church Government, delivered by him in a late sermon, upon Job. 11. 20 [entitled, “Hopes deferred and dashed”]. 4to. 1644.
b. A Letter sent from a Worthy Divine [i.e., A. Byfield?], to the Right Honourable the Lord Maior of the City of London. Being a true relation of the battaile fought betweene his Majesties forces, and his Excellency the Earle of Essex, etc. folio. 1642.
c. The Summe of the Principles. Or, a Collection of those Principles of Religion, which are set down in a little treatise, called, The Principles, or Patterne of wholesome words, etc. [selected from Nicholas Byfield, The Principles, etc.] 12o. 1630.
Amanuensis or Assistant.
John Wallis, M.A., Fellow of Queen’s Coll., Cam., afterwards D.D., Savilian Professor of Geometry, Oxford.
a. An Answer to three papers of Mr. Hobs, etc. folio. 1671.
b. An Answer to Dr. Sherlock’s examination of the Oxford decree, etc. 4to. 1696.
c. Animadversions on Mr Baxter’s book, Aphorisms of Justification and of the Covenant. 1650.
d. A Brief and Easy Explanation of the Shorter Catechism, which was presented by the Assembly of Divines at Westminster to both
Houses of Parliament. (8th edit, London, 1659).
e. Commercium Epistolicum de Questionibus Quibusdam Mathematicis nuper habitum. Inter nobilissimos viros d’Gulielmum, Vicecomitem Brouncker Anglum; D. Kenelmum Digby, ietm Equitem Anglum; D. Fermatium, in suprema Tholosatum Curia Iudicem Primarium; D. Freniclum, Nobilem Parisinum, una cum d. Joh. Wallis…D. Franc. a Schooten…aliisque. Edidit J. Wallis. 4to. pp.
190. Oxonii, 1658.
f. A Defense of Infant-Baptism. In answer to a letter, here recited, from an Anti-Paedo Baptist. 4to. pp. 24. L. Lichfield: Oxford, 1697.
g. A Defence of the Chrisitian Sabbath, in answer to a treatise of Mr. T. Bampfield pleading for Saturday Sabbath. 4to. Oxford,
h. A Defence of the Royal Society, and the Philosophical Transactions, particularly those of July 1670, in answer to the cavils of Dr. W. Holder. 4to. London, 1678.
i. A Discourse of Gravity and Gravitation, etc. 4to. pp. 36. London, 1675.
j. A Second Letter concerning the holy Trinity. Pursuant to the former from the same hand; occasioned by a letter (there inserted) from one unknown [signed W. J.]. 4to. London, 1691.
k. An explication and vindication of the Athanasian Creed; in a third letter pursuant to two fomer, concerning the sacred Trinity. Together with a postscript, in answer to another
letter. 4to. London, 1691.
l. A Fourth Letter, concerning the Sacred Trinity; in reply to what is entituled, An answer to Dr. Wallis’s three Letters. 4to. London, 1691.
m. A Fifth Letter concerning the Sacred Trinity; in answer to . . . the Arians vindication of himself against Dr. W.’s fourth letter on the Trinity. 4to. London, 1691.
n. A Sixth Letter, concerning the sacred Trinity; in answer to a book, entituled: Observations on the four Letters, etc. 4to. London, 1691.
o. A Seventh Letter, concerning the sacred Trinity; occasioned by a second letter from W. J. [With that letter]. 4to. London, 1691.
p. An Eighth Letter concerning the sacred Trinity; occasioned by some letters to him on that subject. [with a letter, signed A. B.] 4to. London, 1692.
q. Eight Letters concerning the Blessed Trinity…A new edition, with the author’s last revisions and corrections; together with a preface and notes by Thomas Flintoff. 8vo. London, Manchester [printed, 1840].
r. Dr. Wallis’s account of some passages of his own life. [in Peter Langtoft’s Chronicle, etc. Vol. 1] 8vo. 1725.
s. Dr. Wallis’s letter against Mr. Maidwell [i.e., against his scheme for establishing an Academy], 1700. Edited by T. W. Jackson. [in Oxford Historical Society, Collectanea. First
series.] 8vo. 1885.
t. Due Correction for Mr Hobbes; or Schoole Discipline for not saying his Lessons right, in answer to his six lessons directed to the Professors of mathematicks, by the Professor of Geometry (J. W.). 8vo. Oxford, 1656.
u. Hobbiani Puncti Dispunctio, or the undoing of Mr. Hobs’ points, in answer to M. Mobs’s Stigmai id est Stigmata Hobbii. 8vo. Oxford, 1657.
v. Hobbius Heauton-timorumenos. Or a consideration of Mr. Hobbes his dialogues. In an epistolary discourse, addressed to the Hon. R. Boyle. 8vo. Oxford, 1662.
w. J. W….Elenchus Geometriae Hobbianae; sive, geometricorum, quae in ipsius elementis philosophiae, a Thoma Hobbes . . . proferuntur refutatio. 8vo. Oxoniae, 1655.
x. J. W….Grammatica Linguae Anglicanae. Cui praefigitur, de loquela sive sonorum formatione tractatus grammatico-physicus. 8vo. Oxoniae, 1653.
y. Institutio Logicae, ad communes usus accommodata… Editio quarta, auctior. 8vo. pp. 313. H. Clements, etc: Oxford, 1715.
z. A Letter of Dr. Wallis’s to Bishop Fell, concerning St. Matthias Day. [in The True Time of keeping St Matthias’s-Day, etc.] 8vo. 1711.
aa. The Life of Faith; in two sermons [on Heb. x. 38] to the university of Oxford, etc. 4to. London, 1684.
bb. Mathesis Universalis. 4to. Collected works on Mathmatics. 1657.
cc. Mens sobria serio commendata: concione [on Tit. ii. 6] . . . Accedunt ejusdem exercitationes bine, etc. 8vo. Oxford, 1657.
dd. The Necessity of Regeneration: in two sermons [on John iii. 3]. 4to. London, 1682.
ee. The Resurrection Asserted, in a sermon [on 1 Cor. xv. 20] preached to the university of Oxford, on Easter Day, 1679. 4to. Oxford, 1679. (another copy)
ff. Sermons and Discourses 4to. [London, 1692?] (lacks title page)
gg. Thirteen Sermons…To which are prefixed memoirs of the author, with some original anecdotes and a recommendatory introduction by C. E. de Coetlogon. 8vo. London, 1791.
hh. “J. W….de loquela, sive sonorum formatione…Editio sexta” [in J. W. Sonorum formatio: ut et J. C. Amman Surdus loquens, sive de Loquela dissertatio]. 2 pt. 8vo. Lugduni
ii. T. Hobbes quadrata circuli, cubatio sphaerae, duplicatio cubi; confutata. 4to. Oxoniae, 1669.
jj. T. Hobbes quadrata circuli…denuo refutata. 4to. Oxoniae, 1669.
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