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(p. 679) Bibliography

(p. 679) Bibliography

Note: The Bible appears in many different versions and spellings in the period and references are given in the form used in the relevant chapter.

A. Early Modern Primary Texts (including Manuscripts, Later Editions, and Anthologies)

A declaration (1542) [Anon.]. A declaration conteyning the iust causes and considerations of this present warre with the Scottis. London: T. Berthelet.Find this resource:

A declaration (1646) [Anon.]. A declaration of a strange and wonderful monster. London: J. Coe.Find this resource:

A Directory for the Publique Worship of God, etc. (1644) [Anon.]. London: E. Tyler, A. Fifield, R. Smith, and J. Field.Find this resource:

A Discovery of 29. Sects here in London, all of which, except the first, are most Divelish and Damnable (1641) [Anon.]. London: n. pub.Find this resource:

A new Sect of Religion Descryed, called Adamites (1641) [Anon.]. London: n. pub.Find this resource:

A newe sermon of the newest fashion (n.d.) [Anon.]. Oxford Worcester College MS 38.Find this resource:

A parte of a register, contayninge sundrie memorable matters, written by divers godly and learned in our time (1593) [Anon.]. Middelburg: R. Schilders.Find this resource:

A short treatise (n.d.) [Anon.]. A short treatise of the three principall vertues and vows of religious persons. Archives Departementales du Nord, France. MS 20H–17: ‘Virtues of a Religious Person’.Find this resource:

A. S. (1663). Miracles not ceas’d to His Grace George Duke of Buckingham &c. London: n. pub.Find this resource:

Abbott, W. C. (ed.) (1937). The Writings and Speeches of Oliver Cromwell. Volume III. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.Find this resource:

Alexander, G. (ed.) (2004). Sidney’s ‘The Defence of Poesy’ and Selected Renaissance Literary Criticism. London: Penguin.Find this resource:

Alfield, T. (1582). A true reporte of the death & martyrdome of M. Campion Iesuite and preiste, & M. Sherwin, & M. Bryan preistes, at Tiborne the first of December 1581. London: R. Rowlands or Verstegan. [STC 200:09.]Find this resource:

Alle, T. (1646). A breif narration of the truth of some particulars in Mr Thomas Edwards his book called Gangraena. London: R. Smith.Find this resource:

Alleine, T. (1671). The Life and Death of … Joseph Alleine. London: n. pub.Find this resource:

Allen, H. (1683). A Narrative of God’s Gracious Dealings with that Choice Christian Mrs. Hannah Allen, afterwards married to Mr. Hatt. London: J. Wallis. [Reprinted in A. Ingram (ed.) (1997), Voices of Madness: Four Pamphlets, 1683–1796. Stroud: Sutton Publishing.]Find this resource:

Allen, H. E. (ed.) (1931). English Writings of Richard Rolle, hermit of Hampole. Oxford: Clarendon Press.Find this resource:

Allen, P. S., H. M. Allen, and H. W. Garrod (eds) (1906–58). Opus epistolarum Des. Erasmi Roterodami. 12 vols. Oxford: Oxford University Press.Find this resource:

(p. 680) Allen, W. (1581). An Apologie and True Declaration of the Institution and Endevours of the Two English Colleges. Rheims: J. de Foigny.Find this resource:

Andrewes, L. (1648). A manual of the private devotions and meditations of the Right Reverend Father in God, Lancelot Andrews, late Lord Bishop of Winchester. London: H. Moseley.Find this resource:

Andrewes, L. (1661). XCVI. Sermons. 5th edn. London: G. Sawbridge.Find this resource:

Andrewes, L. (1903). Preces Privatae, translated by F. E. Brightman. London: Methuen.Find this resource:

Anon. (1556a). The Catechisme or Manner to Teach Children the Christian Religion, in The Forme of Prayers … Used in the Englishe Congregation at Geneva. Geneva: J. Crespin.Find this resource:

Anon. (1556b). The Forme of Prayers … Used in the Englishe Congregation at Geneva: and Approved, by the famous and godly learned man, John Calvyn. Geneva: J. Crespin.Find this resource:

Anon. (1556c). One and Fiftie Psalmes of David in Englishe Metre. In The Forme of Prayers … Used in the Englishe Congregation at Geneva. Geneva: J. Crespin.Find this resource:

Anon. (1569). The Daunce and Song of Death. London: J. Awdely. [STC (2nd edn) 6222.]Find this resource:

Anon. (1603). A Breefe Collection concerning the Love of God towards mankind. Doway [Douai]: L. Kellam.Find this resource:

Anon. (1605). An abridgment of that booke which the ministers of Lincoln diocess delivered to his Maiestie upon the first of December last. London: W. Jones.Find this resource:

Anon. (1606a). A survey of the Booke of common prayer. Middelburg: R. Schilders.Find this resource:

Anon. (1606b). The remooual of certaine imputations laid upon the ministers of Devon. Middelburg: R. Schilders.Find this resource:

Anon. (1610a). A briefe and plaine narration of proceedings at an assemsemblie [sic] in Glasco, 8. Iun. 1610. anent the innovation of the Kirk-governement. Middelburg: R. Schilders.Find this resource:

Anon. (1610b). The confession of faith of the Kirk of Scotland: Subscribed by the Kings Majestie and his housholde, in the yeare of God 1580. [Leiden?: W. Christiaens?]Find this resource:

Anon. (1634). Innocency Justified and Insolency Repressed; or a Round yet Modest Answere, to an Immodest and Slaunderous Libell Bearing this Title: A Briefe and Sincere Relation … of the Late Controversy betwixt the Lady Mary Percy Abbesse and Her Religious. BL Harley MS 4275.Find this resource:

Anon. (1640). The Whole Booke of Psalmes Faithfully Translated into English Metre. Cambridge, MA: S. Day. [The Bay Psalm Book.]Find this resource:

Anon. (1641a). A Discovery of six women preachers, in Middlesex, Kent, Cambridge, and Salisbury. London: n. pub.Find this resource:

Anon. (1641b). The Arminian Nunnery or a Brief Description and Relation of the late erected monasticall Place, called the Arminian Nunnery at Little Gidding in Huntington-shire. London: T. Underhill.Find this resource:

Anon. (1643). An elegie upon the much lamented death of the Right Honourable, the Lord Brooke. London: R. Austen and A. Coe.Find this resource:

Anon. (1646). Divine Light manifesting the love of God unto the Whole World. London: R. Overton.Find this resource:

Anon. (1647). Tub-Preachers Overturned: Or, Independency to be Abandoned and Abhorred. London: G. Lindsey.Find this resource:

Anon. (1649). A Forme of Prayer Used in the King’s Chappel upon Tuesdayes in These Times of Trouble & Distresse. Paris: n. pub.Find this resource:

Anon. (1662).The Third Part of the Cry of the Innocent. London: n. pub.Find this resource:

Anon. (1663). An Answer to Wild. Or, A Poem upon the Imprisonment of Robert Wild D.D. in Cripplegate. by a Brother of the same Congregation. London: n. pub.Find this resource:

Anon. (1664). The Cry of the Innocent and Oppressed for Justice. London: n. pub.Find this resource:

Anon. (1665). Another Out-Cry of the Innocent and Oppressed. London: n. pub.Find this resource:

(p. 681) Anon. (1682a). More Sad and Lamentable News from Bristol. London: for J. Moderation.Find this resource:

Anon. ([1682]b). The New and Strange Imprisonment of the People Called Quakers. London: n. pub.Find this resource:

Anon. (1682c). The Sad and Lamentable Cry of Oppression. London: J. Alexander.Find this resource:

Anon. (1683). A Narrative of the Cruelties and Abuses Acted by Isaac Dennis. London: n. pub.Find this resource:

Anon. (1693). Renewed Advice. London: T. Sowle.Find this resource:

Anon. (1745–6). ‘An Account of the Nunnery of St Monica in Louvain’. BL Additional MS 5813.Find this resource:

Aquinas, St Thomas (1983). Quodlibetal Questions 1 & 2, translation and introduction by S. Edwards. Toronto: Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies.Find this resource:

Aristotle (1962). The Nichomachean Ethics. Loeb Classical Library, translated by H. Rackham. London/Cambridge, MA: William Heinemann/Harvard University Press.Find this resource:

Arnold, J. (ed.) (1988). Queen Elizabeth’s Wardrobe Unlock’d: The Inventories of the Wardrobe of Robes Prepared in July 1600 Edited from the Stowe MS 557 in the British Library, MS LR 2/121 in the Public Record Office, London, and MS V.b.72 in the Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington DC. Leeds: W. S. Maney and Son.Find this resource:

Articles of Religion ([1563/71], 2009). ‘The Articles of Religion of the Church of England (1563/71) commonly called the Thirty-Nine Articles’, Latin and English versions together with an introduction and annotations by T. Kirby. In Die Bekenntnisschriften der reformierten Kirchen, vol. II, edited by K. H. Faulenbach, pp. 371–410. Neukirchen-Vluyn: Neukirchener Verlag.Find this resource:

Articles to be ministred, enquired of, and answered: in the fourth visitation of the Right Reverend father in God, Robert, by Gods divine providence, Lord Bishop of Bristol (1631). London: J. N. for W. Garrett.Find this resource:

Askew, A. (1996). The Examinations of Anne Askew, edited by E. V. Beilin. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.Find this resource:

Aubrey, J. (1898). Brief Lives, edited by A. Clark. Oxford: Clarendon Press.Find this resource:

Aubrey, J. (1960). Brief Lives, edited by O. L. Dick. London: Secker and Warburg.Find this resource:

Augustine, St. (1992). Confessions, translated by H. Chadwick. Oxford: Oxford University Press.Find this resource:

Augustine, St. (1998). The City of God against the Pagans, edited and translated by R. W. Dyson. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.Find this resource:

Avale, L. (1969). A Commemoration of Bastard Edmund Bonner. London: J. Kingston. [STC 977.]Find this resource:

Ayre, J. (ed.) (1844). The Catechism of Thomas Becon, S. T. P., Chaplain to Archbishop Cranmer, Prebendary of Canterbury &c. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, for the Parker Society.Find this resource:

Babington, G. (1588). A profitable exposition of the Lord’s prayer. London: T. Orwin for T. Charde.Find this resource:

Babington, G. (1605). Certaine considerations drawne from the canons of the last Sinod, and other the Kings ecclesiasticall and statue law. Middelburg: R. Schilders.Find this resource:

Bacon, A. (1564). An Apologie or answere in defence of the Church of England. London: R. Wolfe.Find this resource:

Bacon, F. (1924). The New Atlantis, edited by A. B. Gough. Oxford: Clarendon Press.Find this resource:

Bacon, F. (1937). Essays, edited by R. F. Jones. New York, NY: Odyssey Press.Find this resource:

Bacon, F. (1965). A Selection of His Works, edited by S. Warhaft. Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill.Find this resource:

Bacon, F. (1996). Francis Bacon: A Critical Edition of His Works, edited by B. Vickers. Oxford: Oxford University Press.Find this resource:

Baillie, R. (1645). A Dissuasive from the Errours of the Time wherein the tenets of the principall sects, especially of the Independents, are drawn together in one map. London: S. Gellibrand.Find this resource:

(p. 682) Baker, A. (n.d.). ‘Life and Death of Dame Margaret Gascoigne’. Stanbrook Baker MS 19, being a copy of Downside Abbey Baker MS 42. Available at: http://www.umilta.net/gascoign.html.

Baker, A. (1629). ‘Letter to Robert Cotton’. BL Cotton MS Julius C III.Find this resource:

Baker, S. (1637). The Arrivall and Intertainments of the Embassador, Alkaid Jaurar ben Abealla, with his Associate, Mr. Robert Blake. London: I. Oakes.Find this resource:

Baldwin, W. (1552). Wonderfull Newes of the Death of Paule the III. London: T. Gaultier.Find this resource:

Bale, J. (1557–9). Scriptorum illustrium maioris Brytanniae … Catalogus. 2 vols. Basel: J. Oporinus.Find this resource:

Bale, J. (1969). King Johan, edited by B. Adams. San Marino: The Huntington Library.Find this resource:

Bancroft, R. (1588–9). A sermon preached at Paules Crosse the 9. of Februarie, being the first Sunday in the Parleament, anno. 1588. London: J. Jackson.Find this resource:

Bancroft, T. (1639). Two bookes of epigrammes. London: I. Okes for M. Walbancke.Find this resource:

Bancroft, T. (1658). Time’s out of tune, plaid upon however in XX satyres. London: W. Godbid.Find this resource:

Banks, J. (1712). A Journal of the Life. London: J Sowle.Find this resource:

Banks, J. (ed.) (1800). ‘A Breviate touching the Order and Governmente of a Nobleman’s House, etc.’ Archaeologia 12: 315–389.Find this resource:

Barbour, H., and A. O. Roberts (eds) (1973). Early Quaker Writings 1650–1700. Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans.Find this resource:

Barlowe, J., and W. Roy (1528). Rede Me and Be Nott Wrothe. Strasbourg: J. Schott.Find this resource:

Barlowe, J., and W. Roy (1992). Rede Me and Be Nott Wrothe, edited by D. H. Parker. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.Find this resource:

Barrow, H., and M. Mickle-bound (1611). Mr Henry Barrowes Platform which may serve, as a preparative to purge away prelatisme: with some other parts of poperie. London: n. pub.Find this resource:

Barrow, I. (1680). Of the Love of God and our Neighbour. London: M. Flesher for B. Aylmer.Find this resource:

Barthlett, J. (1566). The Pedegrewe of Heretiques. London: H. Denham for L. Harryson.Find this resource:

Basil (1557). An Exhortation … to the study of humaine learnyne, translated by W. Baker. London.Find this resource:

Bastard, T. (1598). Chrestoleros. London: R. Bradocke for I. Broome.Find this resource:

Baxter, R. (1670). The Cure of Church-Divisions, or, Directions for weak Christians to keep them from being dividers or troublers of the church. London: N. Symmons [sic].Find this resource:

Baxter, R. (1673). A Christian Directory. London: R. White for N. Simmons.Find this resource:

Baxter, R. (1680). The True and Only Way of Concord of all the Christian Churches. London: J. Hancock.Find this resource:

Baxter, R. (1681). A Breviate of the Life of Margaret … Baxter. London: B. Simmons.Find this resource:

Baxter, R. (1696). Reliquiae Baxterianae, or, Mr. Richard Baxter’s narrative of the most memorable passages of his life and times faithfully publish’d from his own original manuscript by Matthew Sylvester. London: T. Parkhurst, J. Robinson, J. Lawrence, and J. Dunton.Find this resource:

Bayly, L. (1612). The Practise of Pietie: directing a Christian how to walke that he may please God. London: W. H. for J. Hodgets.Find this resource:

Bayly, L. (1620). The Practise of Pietie. 12th edn. London: J. Hodgetts [sic].Find this resource:

Beaumont, A. (1998). The Narrative of the Persecution of Mrs. Agnes Beaumont. In John Bunyan: Grace Abounding, with other spiritual autobiographies, edited by J. Stachniewski and A. Pacheco. Oxford: Oxford University Press.Find this resource:

Beaumont, J. (1648). Psyche, or, Loves Mysterie in XX Canto’s, Displaying the Intercourse Betwixt Christ and the Soule. London: J. Dawson for G. Boddington.Find this resource:

Becon, T. (1542). A newe pathwaye vnto praier. London: J. Mayler for J. Gough.Find this resource:

(p. 683) Becon, T. (1550). The Fortress of the Faithful against the Cruel Assaults of Poverty and Hunger. London: J. Dale and W. Seres. [STC 1721.]Find this resource:

Bedford, T. (1624). Luthers Predecessours. London: F. Kingston for G. Winder.Find this resource:

Behn, A. (1987, 1997). Love Letters Between a Nobleman and His Sister, introduced by M. Duffy. London: Virago Press.Find this resource:

Behn, A. (2000). Oroonoko, or the royal slave. Boston: Bedford/St Martin’s.Find this resource:

Beilin, E. V. (ed.) (1996). The Examinations of Anne Askew. Women Writers in English 1350–1850. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.Find this resource:

Bell, F. (trans.) (1624). The Rule of the Religious of the Thirde Order of Sainte Francis. Brussels: Pepermans.Find this resource:

Bell, F. (trans.) (1625). The Historie, Life, and Miracles … of the Blessed Virgin, Sister Joane, of the Crosse. St-Omer: for J. Heigham.Find this resource:

Bell, T. (1608). The tryall of the new religion. London: W. Jaggard.Find this resource:

Bellany, A., and A. McRae (eds) (2005). Early Stuart Libels: an edition of poetry from manuscript sources. Early Modern Literary Studies (Text Series I). Available at: http://www.earlystuartlibels.net.

Benet of Canfield (1609). The Rule of Perfection. Rouen: C. Hamillion.Find this resource:

Benet of Canfield (1646). The Bright Starre, Leading to & Centring In Christ our Perfection. London: H. Overton.Find this resource:

Bentley, T. (1582). The monument of matrones. London: H. Denham.Find this resource:

Bernard, R. (1623). Looke beyond Luther. London: F. Kyngston for E. Weaver.Find this resource:

Besse, J. (1753). A Collection of the Sufferings of the People called Quakers, Taken from Original Records and Authentick Accounts. 2 vols. London: L. Hindle.Find this resource:

Bestul, T. (ed.) (2000). Walter Hilton: The Scale of Perfection. Kalamazoo, MI: Medieval Institute Publications.Find this resource:

Bible (1535). Biblia. The Bible, that is, the holy Scripture of the Olde and New Testament, faithfully and truly translated out of Douche and Latyn in to Englishe. Cologne: E. Cervicornus & J. Soter? [The Coverdale Bible.]Find this resource:

Bible (1537). The Bible, which is all the holy Scripture: in which are contained the Old and New Testament truly and purely translated into English by Thomas Matthew. Antwerp: [M. Crom]. [The Matthew Bible.]Find this resource:

Bible (1539). The Byble in Englyshe that is to saye the content of all the holy scrypture, both of ye olde and newe testament, truly translated after the veryte of the Hebrue and Greke texts, by ye dylygent studye of dyverse excellent learned men, expert in the forsayde tonges. London: R. Grafton and E. Whitchurch. [The Great Bible.]Find this resource:

Biddle, H. (1662). The Trumpet of the Lord. London: n. pub.Find this resource:

Black, J. L. (ed.) (2008). The Martin Marprelate Tracts: A Modernized and Annotated Edition. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.Find this resource:

Blackborrow, S. (1660). The Just and Equall Balance. London: M. W[estwood].Find this resource:

Blandford, S. (1698). A Small Account given forth by one that hath been a Traveller for these 40 Years in the Good Old Way. And as an Incouragement to the Weary to go forward; I by Experience have found there is a Rest remains for all they that truly trusts in the Lord. London: n. pub.Find this resource:

Blaugdone, B. (1691). An Account of the Travels, Sufferings and Persecution of Barbara Blaugdone. Given forth as a Testimony to the Lord’s Power, and for the Encouragement of Friends. London: T. S.Find this resource:

(p. 684) Blom, J., and F. Blom (eds) (2006). Catherine Greenbury and Mary Percy. The Early Modern Englishwoman: A Facsimile Library of Essential Works, series I, part 2, vol. 2. Aldershot: Ashgate.Find this resource:

Bohun, E. (1853). The Diary and Autobiography of Edmund Bohun Esq., edited by S. W. Rix. Beccles: R. Crisp.Find this resource:

Booty, J. E. (ed.) (1976). The Book of Common Prayer 1559: The Elizabethan Prayer Book. Washington, DC: Folger Shakespeare Library.Find this resource:

Booy, D. (ed.) (2002). Personal Disclosures: An Anthology of Self-Writings from the Seventeenth Century. Aldershot: Ashgate.Find this resource:

Booy, D. (ed.) (2004). Autobiographical Writings by Early Quaker Women. Aldershot: Ashgate.Find this resource:

Booy, D. (ed.) (2007). The Notebooks of Nehemiah Wallington, 1618–1654: A Selection. Aldershot: Ashgate.Find this resource:

Bose, M., and J. P. Hornbeck II (eds) (2011). Wycliffite Controversies. Turnhout: Brepols.Find this resource:

Bowden, C. (ed.) (2012a). English Convents in Exile, 1600–1800: Volume I: History Writing. London: Pickering & Chatto.Find this resource:

Bowden, C. et al. (eds) (2012–13). English Convents in Exile, 1600–1800, vols 1–6. London: Pickering & Chatto.Find this resource:

Boyle, R. (1979). Selected Philosophical Papers, edited by M. A. Stewart. Manchester: Manchester University Press.Find this resource:

Boyle, R. (1996). A Free Enquiry into the Vulgarly Received Notion of Nature, edited by E. B. Davis and M. Hunter. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.Find this resource:

Bradford, W. (1952). Of Plymouth Plantation. New York, NY: Knopf.Find this resource:

Bradstreet, A. (1981). The Complete Works of Anne Bradstreet, edited by J. R. McElrath and A. P. Robb. Boston: Twayne.Find this resource:

Brathwaite, R. (1615). Strappado for the Divell. London: I. B. for R. Redmer.Find this resource:

Brathwaite, R. (1620). Essaies upon the Five Senses. London: E. G. for Richard Whittaker.Find this resource:

Bray, G. (ed.) (1994, 2004). Documents of the English Reformation. Cambridge: J. Clarke.Find this resource:

Bray, G. (ed.) (1998). The Anglican Canons 1529–1947. Church of England Record Society, no. 6. Woodbridge: Boydell Press.Find this resource:

Brice, T. (1559). A Compendious Register in Metre. London: J. Kingston for R. Adams. [STC 3726.]Find this resource:

Bridges, J. (1587). A defence of the government established in the Church of Englande for ecclesiaticall matters. London: J. Windet for T. Chard.Find this resource:

Brieff Discourse (1578) [Anon.]. A Brieff Discourse off the Troubles Begonne at Franckford. Heidelberg: M. Schirat.Find this resource:

Brinklow, H. ([1542a]). The complaynt of Roderyck Mors, somtyme a gray fryre, unto the parliament howse of Ingland his natural cuntry for the redresse of certen wicked lawes, euel customes a[n]d cruell decreys. [Strasbourg: W. Köpfel.]Find this resource:

Brinklow, H. (1542b). The lamentacion of a Christian against the citie of London made by Roderigo Mors. [Bonn: L. Mylius.]Find this resource:

Brinsley, J. (1606). The True Watch. Or, A Direction for the Examination of our Spirituall Estate (according to the Word of God, whereby wee must be Judged at the last day) to helpe to preserve us from apostacie, or decaying in grace, and to further our daily growth in Christ. London: G. Eld for S. Macham and M. Cooke.Find this resource:

Broke, T. (1569a). An Epitaph Declaring the Life and End of Doctor Edmund Bonner. London: J. Day. [STC 3817.4.]Find this resource:

Broke, T. (1569b). A Slanderous Libel unto an Epitaph upon the Death of Doctor E. Bonner, with a Reply to the Same Lying Libel. London: J. Day. [STC 3817.7.]Find this resource:

(p. 685) Brown, S. (ed.) (1999). Women’s Writing in Stuart England: The Mother’s Legacies of Dorothy Leigh, Elizabeth Joscelin, and Elizabeth Richardson. Stroud: Sutton.Find this resource:

Browne, T. (1964). Religio Medici and Other Works, edited by L. C. Martin. Oxford: Clarendon Press.Find this resource:

Browne, T. (1977). The Major Works, edited by C. A. Patrides. Harmondsworth: Penguin.Find this resource:

Bucer, M. (1535), A treatise declaring and shewing … that pictures and other ymages which were wont to be worshypped, ar in no wise to be suffred in the temples or churches of Christen men. London: T. Godfray.Find this resource:

Buchanan, G. (1579). [De Jure Regni apud Scotos] The Powers of the Crown in Scotland. Edinburgh: John Ross.Find this resource:

Buchanan, G. (1983). George Buchanan Tragedies, edited by P. Sharratt and P. G. Walsh. Edinburgh: Scottish Academic Press.Find this resource:

Bull, H., and R. Day (1569). Christian Prayers and Meditations. London: J. Day.Find this resource:

Bunyan, J. (1678). The Pilgrim’s Progress. London: N. Ponder.Find this resource:

Bunyan, J. (1998). Grace Abounding to the Chief of Sinners, or, A Brief Relation Of the exceeding mercy of God in Christ, to his poor servant, John Bunyan (1666). In John Bunyan: Grace Abounding, with Other Spiritual Autobiographies, edited by J. Stachniewski and A. Pacheco. Oxford: Oxford University Press.Find this resource:

Burges, C. (1641). An humble examination of a printed abstract. London: P. Stephens.Find this resource:

Burnet, G. (1897–1900). Burnet’s History of My Own Time, edited by O. Airy. 2 vols. Oxford: Oxford University Press.Find this resource:

Burrough, E. (1657). General Epistle … to all the Saints. London: T. Simmonds.Find this resource:

Burrough, E. (1659a). A Declaration from the People Called Quakers. London: T. Simmonds.Find this resource:

Burrough, E. (1659b). A Message to the Present Rulers. London: G. Calvert.Find this resource:

Burrough, E. (1659c). To the Parliament of the Common-wealth of England, the Present Authority. London: T. Simmonds.Find this resource:

Burrough, E. (1659d). To the Parliament of the Common-wealth of England, who are in place of Authority. London: n. pub.Find this resource:

Burrough, E. (1659e).To the Rulers and to Such as are in Authority. London: T. Simmonds.Find this resource:

Burrough, E. ([1659]f). To the Whole English Army. London: G. Calvert.Find this resource:

Burrough, E. (1672). The Memorable Works of a Son of Thunder. [London: n. pub.]Find this resource:

Burrough, E., and M. Dyar [and signed by 6 witnesses] (1661). A Declaration of the Sad and Great Persecution and Martyrdom. London: R. Wilson.Find this resource:

Burrow, C. (ed.) (2006). Metaphysical Poetry. London: Penguin.Find this resource:

Burton, R. (1621). The anatomy of melancholy vvhat it is. VVith all the kindes, causes, symptomes, prognostickes, and seuerall cures of it. Oxford: J. Lichfield and J. Short for H. Cripps.Find this resource:

Burton, W. (1594). An exposition of the Lord’s prayer. London: the Widdow Orwin for T. Man.Find this resource:

Butler, J. A. (ed.) (2012). Travels in Africa, Persia, and Asia the Great, by Thomas Herbert (1677). Tempe, AZ: CMRS.Find this resource:

Byble (1540). The Byble in Englyshe. London: E. Whitchurch.Find this resource:

Byll, T. (1630). ‘A Farewell to the world’. London: for H. Gossen.Find this resource:

C., R. (1665). God’s Holy Name. London: n. pub.Find this resource:

Calderwood, D. (1619). Perth Assembly. [Leiden: W. Brewster].Find this resource:

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The Holy Bible Quatercentenary Edition (2011). Oxford: Oxford University Press.Find this resource:

The humble petition of diverse wel-affected weomen of the cities of London and Westminster, the borrough of Southwark, hamblets, and places adjacent. Affecters and approvers of the petition of Sept. 11. 1648 (1649). London: n. pub.Find this resource:

The lineage of Locusts (1641) [Anon.]. London: n. pub.Find this resource:

The New Testament of Jesus Christ (1582). Rheims: J. Fogny.Find this resource:

The prerogative of man: or, The immortality of humane soules asserted against the vain cavils of a late worthlesse pamphlet, entituled, Mans mortality, &c. (1645) [Anon.]. Oxford: H. Hall.Find this resource:

The Restauration of the Jews: Or, A true Relation of Their Progress and Proceedings in order to the regaining of their Ancient Kingdom Being of the Substance of several letters Viz. from antwerp, legorn, florence, etc. (1665) [Anon.]. London: A. Maxwell.Find this resource:

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Trapnel, A. (2000). The Cry of a Stone, edited by H. Hinds. Tempe, AZ: CMRS.Find this resource:

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Whichcote, B. (1968). ‘Moral and Religious Aphorisms’. In The Cambridge Platonists, edited by G. R. Cragg, pp. 421–60. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.Find this resource:

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White, D. [D. W.] (1660). A Lamentation unto this Nation. London: R. Wilson.Find this resource:

White, D. [D. W.] (1661). An Epistle of Love, and of Consolation. London: R. Wilson.Find this resource:

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White, D. [D. W.] ([1662?]c). Friends, you that are of the Parliament. London: n. pub.Find this resource:

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Wilkinson, H. (1656/7). The Hope of Glory or Christs Indwelling in True Believers … March 5. 1656. At the Funerall of That Eminently-Religious-Gentlewoman Mris Margaret Corbet. Oxford: A. Lichfield.Find this resource:

Wilkinson, W. (1579). A confutation of certaine articles delivered unto the Familye of Love. London: J. Day.Find this resource:

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Wilson, T. (1612). A Christian Dictionarie. London: W. Jaggard.Find this resource:

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Winstanley, G. (2009). The Complete Works of Gerrard Winstanley, edited by T. N. Corns, A. Hughes, and D. Loewenstein. Volume 2. 2 vols. Oxford: Oxford University Press.Find this resource:

Winstanley, W. (1669). The Protestant Almanack. Cambridge: n. pub.Find this resource:

Winthrop, J. (1943). The Winthrop Papers, 1623–1630, edited by A. B. Forbes. Boston, MA: Massachusetts Historical Society.Find this resource:

Wright, R. (1631). Articles to be ministred, enquired of, and answered: in the fourth visitation of the Right Reverend father in God, Robert, by Gods divine providence, Lord Bishop of Bristol. London: J. M. for W. Garret.Find this resource:

Wright, T. ([1604], 1986). The Passions of the Mind in General, edited by T. A. Sloan. Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press.Find this resource:

Wroth, M. (1983). The Poems of Lady Mary Wroth, edited by J. A. Roberts. Baton Rouge, LA: Louisiana State University Press.Find this resource:

XXXVI Several Religions Held And maintained by the Cavaliers (1645) [Anon.]. [Also known as The Cavaliers Bible.] London: J. Coe.Find this resource:

B. Secondary Texts (History, Literary Criticism, Theology)

Acheson, R. (1983). ‘The Development of Religious Separatism in the Diocese of Canterbury, 1590–1660’. PhD thesis, University of Kent.Find this resource:

Achinstein, S. (2001). ‘John Foxe and the Jews’. Renaissance Quarterly 54: 86–120.Find this resource:

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