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How superior powers oght to be obeyd of their subiects and wherin they may lawfully by Gods Worde be disobeyed and resisted. Wherin also is declared the cause of all this present miserie in England, and the onely way to remedy the same. By Christopher Goodman.
by Goodman, Christopher, 1520?-1603.Get full text
A letter, relating the martyrdome of Ketaban, mother of Teimurases prince of the Georgians & withall a notable imposture of the Iesuites vpon that occasion: sent from Gregorius monke and priest, agent for the patriarke of Antioch vnto the most holy and learned abbot Sophronius. Written first in Greeke, and now done in English.
by Grēgorios, Hieromonachos.Get full text
A new-yeers gift for the Parliament and Armie: shewing what the kingly power is; and that the cause of those that they call Diggers is the life and marrow of that cause the Parliament hath declared for, and the Army fought for; the perfecting of which work, will prove England to be the first of nations, of the tenth part of the city Babylon, that fals off from the Beast first, and that sets the Crown upon Christs head, to govern the world in righteousness: /
by Winstanley, Gerrard, b. 1609.Get full text
De origine erroris libri duo, Heinrychi Bullingeri. In priore agitur de Dei ueri iusta inuocatione & cultu uero, de Deorum item falsorum religionibus & simulachrorum cultu erroneo. In posteriore disseritur de institutione & ui sacrae Coenae domini, & de origine ac progressu Missae papisticae, contra uarias superstitiones pro religione uera antiqua & orthodoxa..
by Bullinger, Heinrich, 1504-1575.Get full text
Evropæ specvlvm, or, A vievv or survey of the state of religion in the western parts of the world wherein the Roman religion, and the pregnant policies of the Church of Rome to support the same, are notably displayed : with some other memorable discoveries and commemorations /
by Sandys, Edwin, Sir, 1561-1629.Get full text
by Elison, George.
by Sigmund, Paul E.