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The British Library, London

Add. MS 24

Add. MS 4820

Add. MS 4987

Add. MS 6489

Add. MS 81083

Add. MS 15852

Add. MS 28721

Burney 363

Cotton MS Cleopatra. E. V

Egerton 2884

Harley 422

Harley 750

Harley 1328

Lansdowne 740

Sloane 118

Sloane 3827

Sloane 4051

Royal 17.B.XX

Royal 18 B.16

Bodleian Library, Oxford

MS Auct. F. 6. 22

MS Barlow 10

MS Bodley 666

MS Bodley 670

MS D 1.14 Th.Seld.


MS Rawlinson C 849

MS Rawlinson C 850

MS Rawlinson D 280

MS Rawlinson D 1290

MS Smith 73

MS Tanner 278

MS Tanner 437

Cambridge, Corpus Christi College, Parker Library

MS 242

MS 106

Cambridge University Library, Cambridge

MS Add. 3856

MS Add. 7647

Corpus Christi College, Oxford

MS 312

Dublin, Trinity College

MS 125

MS 126

MS 382

MS 388

Edinburgh University Library

MS. La. III 116

Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington DC

MS V.b.198

Gloucester, Gloucestershire Record Office

Lloyd Baker MSS D 3549, box 77

Huntington Library, San Marino, California

Ellesmere MS 1172

University of Leeds Library, Brotherton Collection

MS Lt q 2

Leicester, Leicestershire Record Office

Conant MSS, Barker Correspondence, vol. 2

Leiden University Library


London, Lambeth Palace Library

MS 592

Warham’s Register, I

London, Royal Society

MS Register Book 15

Maidstone, Kent History and Library Centre

MS 23/1–2

MS 25/1–3

MS U1121/ Z 22

National Library of Ireland, Dublin

MS GO 68

National Records of Scotland





Northampton, Northamptonshire Record Office

Finch Hatton MSS 2623-5

Princeton University Library, NjP, Robert Taylor Collection


Stanford University Library

SUL, HP 25/2/21B–22A

Trinity College, Cambridge

MS O.10.33

Trowbridge, Wiltshire Record Office

MS 1178/631

Venerable English College Rome

Liber 1394

Warwickshire County Record Office

MS CR 136/A/12


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An Biobla naomhtha … noch atá anois chum maitheas coitcheann na nGaóidheail Albanach, áthruighte go haireach as an litir Eíreandha chum na mion-litre shoi-léighidh Romhanta (London: Robert Everingham, 1690).Find this resource:

Biblia sacra Hebraice, Chaldaice, Graece, et Latine, ed. Arias Montanus, 8 vols (Antwerp: Christopher Plantin, 1567–73).Find this resource:

Biblia sacra iuxta vulgatam versionem, ed. Robert Weber, Roger Gryson, et al., 5th edn (Stuttgart: Deutsche Bibelgesellschaft, 2007).Find this resource:

Biblia sacra polyglotta complectentia textus originales, Hebraicum, cum Pentateucho Samaritano, Chaldaicum, Graecum: versionumque antiquarum, Samaritanae, Graecae LXXII interp., Chaldaicae, Syriacae, Arabicae, Æthiopicae, Persicae, Vulg. Lat., quicquid compari poterat, ed. Brian Walton, 6 vols (London: Thomas Roycroft, 1654–7).Find this resource:

Bibliorum sacrorum cum glossa ordinaria, 6 vols (Venice: Giunta, 1603).Find this resource:

Biblia the Bible, That Is, the Holy Scripture of the Olde and New Testament, tr. Miles Coverdale (Cologne: E. Cervicornus & J. Soter?, 1535).Find this resource:

Bissell, Edwin. The Apocrypha of the Old Testament with Historical Introductions, a Revised Translation, and Notes Critical and Explanatory (New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1880).Find this resource:

Blenkinsopp, Joseph. Isaiah 1–39: A New Translation with Introduction and Commentary, The Anchor Bible (New York: Doubleday-Anchor Bible, 2000).Find this resource:

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Goostly Psalmes and Spirituall Songes Drawen out of the Holy Scripture, for the Co[m]forte and Consolacyon of Soch as Love to Rejoyse in God and his Worde, compiled by Miles Coverdale ([London]: [J. Rastell] for John Gough, [1535?]).Find this resource:

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La Bible, qui est toute la saincte escriture du vieil et du nouveau testament (Geneva: [Jérémie des Planches], 1558).Find this resource:

La Bible, qui est toute la saincte escriture, ascavoir le vieil et nouveau Testament (Geneva: Nicolas Barbier & Thomas Courteau, 1559).Find this resource:

La sainte Bible, contenant les saintes escritures, tant du vieil, que du nouveau testament (Lyon: Balthazar Arnoulet, 1550).Find this resource:

(p. 691) Metzger, Bruce M., and Roland E. Murphy, eds. New Oxford Annotated Bible with the Apocryphal/Deuterocanonical Books (New York: Oxford University Press, 1991).Find this resource:

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Rhodes, Erroll F., and Liana Lupas, eds. The Translators to the Reader (New York: American Bible Society, 1997).Find this resource:

Robertson, William. Safer tehilim usafer eykhah sepher tehilim u-sepher echam: The Hebrew Text of the Psalmes and Lamentations, but Published (for to Encourage and Facilitate Beginners in Their Way) with the Reading Thereof in Known English Letters, excepting only the Letter, Which Because of the Incertainty of Its Genuine Pronunciation is Left Either to Be Read or Not, According as the Reason of the Reader Shall Judge Most Convenient (London: for the author, 1656).Find this resource:

Testamenti Veteris Biblia sacra sive libri canonici, priscae Iudaeorum ecclesiae a Deo traditi, / Latini recens ex Hebraeo facti, brevibusq[ue] scholiis illustrati ab Immanuele Tremellio & Francisco Junio (London: Henry Middleton, 1585).Find this resource:

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The Apocrypha and Pseudepigrapha of the Old Testament in English, ed. R. H. Charles, 2 vols (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1913; reprinted, 1973).Find this resource:

The Bible: In Englyshe (London: Edward Whitchurch, 1540).Find this resource:

The Bible and Holy Scriptures Conteyned in the Olde and Newe Testament (Geneva: Rowland Hall, 1560).Find this resource:

The Bible and Holy Scriptures Conteined in the Olde and Newe Testament (Edinburgh: Alexander Arbuthnot, 1579).Find this resource:

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The Book of Psalms, tr. Robert Alter (New York: W. W. Norton & Co., 2007).Find this resource:

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(p. 692) The Holy Bible, Conteyning the Old Testament, and the New: Newly Translated out of the Originall Tongues: & with the Former Translations Diligently Compared and Revised (London: Robert Barker, 1611).Find this resource:

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The Holy Bible, containing the Old and New Testaments, Translated Out of the Original Tongues and with the Former Translations Diligently Compared and Revised by His Majesty’s Special Command A.D. 1611 (London: British and Foreign Bible Society, 1967).Find this resource:

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The New Testament of our Lord Jesus Christ, translated out of Greeke by Theod. Beza, tr. Laurence Thomson (London: Christopher Barker, 1582).Find this resource:

The Newe Testament Both in Latine and Englyshe Eche Correspondente to the Other after the Vulgare Texte,Communely Called S. Ieromes: Faythfullye Translated by Iohan Hollybushe [sic] (Southwark: James Nicholson, 1538).Find this resource:

The Newe Testament of Our Lord Jesus Christ. Conferred with the Greke, and Best Approued Translations (London: T. V. for Christopher Barker, 1575).Find this resource:

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Flavel, John. Navigation Spiritualized: Or, A New Compass for Sea-Men (London: J. C. for Thomas Fabian, 1677).Find this resource:

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Foxe, John. The Gospels of the Fower Evangelistes Translated in the Olde Saxons Tyme Out of Latin into the Vulgare Toung of the Saxons, Newly Collected Out of Auncient Monumentes of the Sayd Saxons, and Now Published for Testimonie of the Same (London: John Day, 1571).Find this resource:

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Fuller, Thomas. Two Sermons the First, Comfort in Calamitie (London: for G. and H. Eversden, 1654).Find this resource:

Fuller, Thomas. The Church-History of Britain (London: for John Williams, 1655).Find this resource:

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Gascoigne, George. The Droomme of Doomes Day (London: Thomas East for Gabriell Cawood, 1576).Find this resource:

Gataker, Thomas. A Mistake, or Misconstruction Removed. (Whereby Little Difference is Pretended to Have Been Acknowledged between the Antinomians and Us.) (London: Edward Griffin for F. Clifton, 1646).Find this resource:

Gataker, Thomas. Shadowes without Substance, or Pretended New Lights (London: for Robert Bostock, 1646).Find this resource:

Gell, Robert. Aggelokratia theon. Or a Sermon Touching Gods Government of the World by Angels (London: John Legatt for Nathaniel Brooks, 1650).Find this resource:

Gell, Robert. An Essay toward the Amendment of the Last English-Translation of the Bible (London: R. Norton for Andrew Crook, 1659).Find this resource:

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Gell, Robert. Gell’s Remains: or, Several Select Scriptures of the New Testament Opened and Explained (London: for Nathaniel Brooke, 1676).Find this resource:

Gell, Robert. Ein Versuch, Muster oder Probe zur Verbesserung der letzten Englischen Ubersetzung der Bibel: oder eine … Exempel … dass die letzte Ubersetzung der Bibel ins Englische möge verbessert werden; die erste Theil in Pentateuchum … (Berleburg: n.publ., 1723).Find this resource:

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Godwyn, Morgan. Trade Preferr’d before Religion and Christ Made to Give Place to Mammon Represented in a Sermon Relating to the Plantations (London: for B. Took & Isaac Cleave, 1685).Find this resource:

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Goodwin, John. The Divine Authority of the Scriptures Asserted, or, The Great Charter of the Worlds Blessedness Vindicated (London: A. M[iller]. for Henry Overton, 1648).Find this resource:

(p. 706) Gorton, Samuel. An Antidote against the Common Plague of the World (London: J. M. for A. Crook, 1657).Find this resource:

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Goulart, Simon. A Learned Summary upon the Famous Poeme of William of Saluste Lord of Bartas, tr. Thomas Lodge (London: George Purslowe for John Grismond, 1621).Find this resource:

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Herbert, George. A Priest to the Temple, or, the Country Parson His Character and Rule of Holy Life (London: T. Maxey for T. Garthwait, 1652).Find this resource:

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(p. 707) Hermetica: the Greek ‘Corpus Hermeticum’ and the Latin ‘Asclepius’, ed. and tr. Brian P. Copenhaver (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1992).Find this resource:

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Hicks, William. Apokalypsis apokalypseos, or, The Revelation Revealed Being a Practical Exposition on the Revelation of St. John (London: J. Macock, for Daniel White, 1659).Find this resource:

Hieron, Samuel. A Defence of the Ministers Reasons (Amsterdam?: [J. Hondius], 1607).Find this resource:

Hinton, Edward. The Vanity of Self-Boasters (London: R. Bishop for S. Gellibrand, 1643).Find this resource:

Hobbes, Thomas. Leviathan; or, the Matter, Forme, and Power of a Common Wealth, Ecclesiasticall and Civil (London: Andrew Crooke, 1651).Find this resource:

Hobbes, Thomas. Leviathan, ed. Richard Tuck (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1991).Find this resource:

Holbrooke, William. Loves Complaint, for Want of Entertainement (London: [John Windet] for Nathaniel Butter, 1610[?]).Find this resource:

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Homer. The Iliads of Homer Prince of Poets, tr. George Chapman (London: Nathaniel Butter, 1611).Find this resource:

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Hooker, Richard. Of the Laws of Ecclesiastical Polity, ed. Christopher Morris, 2 vols (London: J. M. Dent, 1963).Find this resource:

Hooker, Richard. The Answere of Mr. Richard Hooker to a Supplication Preferred by Mr Walter Travers to the HH. Lords of the Privie Counsell (Oxford: Joseph Barnes, 1612).Find this resource:

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Hooker, Richard. The Folger Library Edition of the Works of Richard Hooker, 5 vols (Cambridge, Mass., and London: Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 1977–90).Find this resource:

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Hull, John. The Unmasking of the Politike Atheist (London: Felix Kingston for Ralph Howell, 1602).Find this resource:

Humble Proposals concerning the Printing of the Bible (London, s.n., 1650?).Find this resource:

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Hunton, Philip. A Treatise of Monarchie (London: for John Bellamy & Ralph Smith, 1643).Find this resource:

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Index auctorum et librorum prohibitorum, qui ab Officio Sanctae Romanae Inquisitionis caveri ab omnibus caveri ab omnibus & singulis in universa Christiana Republica mandantur (Rome: Ex Officina Salviana, 1559).Find this resource:

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Isaacson, Henry. Saturni ephemerides sive Tabula historic-chronologica ([London]: B[ernard] A[lsop] and T[homas] F[awecet] for Henry Seile & Humphrey Robinson, 1633).Find this resource:

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J., W. Obedience Active and Passive due to the Supream Power (Oxford [actually London]: s.n., 1643).Find this resource:

Jackson, Arthur. A Help for the Understanding of the Holy Scripture (Cambridge: Roger Daniel, 1643).Find this resource:

Jackson, Thomas. A Treatise of the Divine Essence and Attributes (London: M[iles] F[letcher] for John Clarke, 1628).Find this resource:

James I and VI. The Essayes of a Prentise, in the Divine Art of Poesie (Edinburgh: Thomas Vautroullier, 1584).Find this resource:

James I and VI. Ane Fruitfull Meditatioun (Edinburgh: Henry Charteris, 1588).Find this resource:

James I and VI. Ane Meditatioun upon the First Buke of the Chronicles of the Kingis (Edinburgh: Henry Charteris, 1589).Find this resource:

James I and VI. The True Lawe of Free Monarchies (Edinburgh: Robert Waldegrave, 1598).Find this resource:

James I and VI. Triplici nodo, triplex cuneus. Or an Apologie for the Oath of Allegiance (London: Robert Barker, 1607).Find this resource:

James I and VI. His Majesties Declaration concerning his Proceedings … in the Cause of D. Conradus Vorstius (London: Robert Barker, 1612).Find this resource:

James I and VI. The Workes of the Most High and Mighty Prince, James (London: Robert Barker & John Bill, 1616).Find this resource:

James I and VI. The Kings Majesties Declaration to his Subjects, concerning Lawfull Sports to be Used (London: Bonham Norton & John Bill, 1618).Find this resource:

James I and VI. A Meditation upon the Lords Prayer (London: Bonham Norton & John Bill, 1619).Find this resource:

James I and VI. A Meditation upon St. Matthew: Or a Paterne for a Kings Inauguration (London: John Bill, 1620).Find this resource:

James I and VI. His Majesties Declaration, Touching his Proceedings in the Late Assemblie and Convention of Parliament (London: Bonham Norton & John Bill, 1621 [1622]).Find this resource:

James I and VI. The Poems of James VI of Scotland, ed. James Craigie, 2 vols (Edinburgh and London: William Blackwood & Sons, 1955–8).Find this resource:

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Jerome. Praefatio in quatuor evangelia (PL 29).Find this resource:

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Jerome. De optimo genere interpretandi, in Lettres, ed. and tr. Jérôme Labourt, 8 vols (Paris: Société d’Edition ‘Les Belles Lettres’, 1958).Find this resource:

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Johnson, Richard. The Most Famous History of the Seaven Champions of Christendome (London: [J. Danter] for Cuthbert Burby, 1596).Find this resource:

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Jonson, Ben. Ben Jonson, ed. C. H. Herford, Percy and Evelyn Simpson, 11 vols (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1925–52).Find this resource:

Jordan, Thomas. Piety, and Poesy (London: Robert Wood, 1643).Find this resource:

Joye, George. The Exposicion of Daniel the Prophete ([Antwerp]: successor of A Goinus, 1545).Find this resource:

Julian of Norwich. The Writings of Julian of Norwich: A Vision Showed to a Devout Woman and A Revelation of Love, ed. Nicholas Watson and Jacqueline Jenkins (University Park, Pa.: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2006).Find this resource:

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Karlstadt, Andreas Bodenstein von. De canonicis scripturis libellus (Wittenburg: Johann Rhau-Grunenbeg, 1520).Find this resource:

Killigrew, Henry. A Sermon Preached before the Kings Most Excellent Majesty (Oxford: for W. Web, 1643).Find this resource:

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Knollys, Hanserd. The Shining of a Flaming-Fire in Zion (London: Jane Coe, 1646).Find this resource:

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La Peyrère, Isaac de. Men before Adam: Or A Discourse upon the Twelfth, Thirteenth, and Fourteenth Verses of the Fifth Chapter of the Epistle of the Apostle Paul to the Romans (London: s.n., 1656).Find this resource:

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Langhorne, Lancelot. Mary Sitting at Christs Feet: A Sermon preached at the Funerall of M ris Mary Swaine (London: Arthur Johnson, 1611).Find this resource:

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Laud, William. A Relation of the Conference Betweene William Lawd, Then, Lrd. Bishop of St. Davids; Now, Lord Arch-Bishop of Canterbury: And Mr. Fisher the Jesuite (London: Richard Badger, 1639).Find this resource:

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Leabhuir na Seintiomna ar na ttarruing go Gaidhlig tre chúram 7 dhúthracht an doctúir Uilliam Bedel, roimhe so easbug Chille móire a néirinn, agus anois ar na ccur a ccló chum maithios puiblidhe na Tíresin (London: s.n., 1685).Find this resource:

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Leigh, Edward. A System or Body of Divinity: Consisting of Ten Books (London: A[braham]. M[iller]. for William Lee, 1654).Find this resource:

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Lipsius, Justus. Sixe Bookes of Politickes or Civil Doctrine, tr. William Jones (London: Richard Field for William Ponsonby, 1594).Find this resource:

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Lloyd, William. Papists no Catholicks, and Popery no True Christianity (London: for the author, 1677; repr. London: s.n., 1686).Find this resource:

Lloyd, William. A Sermon Preach’d before their Majesties at Whitehall, on the Fifth Day of November, 1689 (London: R. Clavell, 1689).Find this resource:

Lloyd, William. An Exposition of the Prophecy of Seventy Weeks, Which God Sent to Daniel by the Angel Gabriel ([London?]: s.n., 1690).Find this resource:

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Loe, William. Songs of Sion for the Joy of Gods Deere Ones, Who Sitt Here by the Brookes of this Worlds Babel, & Weepe When They Thinke on Jerusalem Which Is on Highe ([Hamburg: s.n., 1620]).Find this resource:

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Love, Christopher. A Treatise of Effectual Calling and Election (London: for John Rothwell, 1653).Find this resource:

Lucretius, Titus Carius. T. Lucretius Carus, the Epicurean Philosopher, His Six Books De Natura (Oxford: L. Lichfield for Anthony Stephens, 1683).Find this resource:

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(p. 713) Nashe, Thomas. Christs Teares over Jerusalem (London: James Roberts, sold by Andrew Wise, 1593).Find this resource:

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Palmer, Herbert. Scripture and Reason Pleaded for Defensive Armes (London: John Bellamy & Ralph Smith, 1643).Find this resource:

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Prideaux, Humphrey. The Old and New Testament Connected, 2 vols (London: for R. Knaplock, 1716–18).Find this resource:

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Quarles, Francis. Hadassa: Or the History of Queene Ester (London: [Felix Kingston] for Richard Moore, 1621).Find this resource:

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Raleigh, Walter. The History of the World (London: [William Stansby] for Walter Burre, 1614).Find this resource:

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Ray, John. The Ornithology of Francis Willughby (London: A[ndrew] C[larke] for John Martyn, 1678).Find this resource:

Reading, John. Anabaptism Routed… With a Particular Answer to All That is Alledged in Favour of the Anabaptists, by Dr. Jer. Taylor, in his Book, Called, The Liberty of Prophesying (London: for Thomas Johnson, 1655).Find this resource:

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Register of the Diocesan Synod of Dunblane, 1662–1688, ed. John Wilson (Edinburgh: William Blackwood & Sons, 1877).Find this resource:

Richard Bernard, Rhemes against Rome (London: Felix Kingston for Robert Milbourne [variant issue for Edward Blackmore], 1626).Find this resource:

Richardson, John. Choice Observations and Explanations upon the Old Testament (London: T.R. & E.M., 1655).Find this resource:

Rider, John. A Friendly Caveat to Irelands Catholickes (Dublin: John Franckton, 1602).Find this resource:

Rogers, Nehemiah. A Strange Vineyard in Palaestina (London: John Haviland for Edward Brewster, 1623).Find this resource:

Rogers, John. A Godly & Fruitful Exposition upon All the First Epistle of Peter (London: John Field, 1650).Find this resource:

Rogers, John. ‘Ohel Ohel or Beth-shemesh (London: for R. I. and G. and H. Eversden, 1653).Find this resource:

Rogers, Richard. Seven Treatises, containing Such Direction as is Gathered Out of the Holie Scriptures, Leading and Guiding to True Happines (London: Felix Kingston for Thomas Man & Robert Dexter, 1603).Find this resource:

Ross, Alexander. The New Planet No Planet: or, the Earth No Wandring Star; except in the Wandring Heads of Galileans (London: J. Young, 1646).Find this resource:

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Rutherford, Samuel. Lex, Rex: The Law and the Prince (London: for John Field, 1644).Find this resource:

Rutherford, Samuel. A Sermon Preached to the Honourable House of Commons (Edinburgh: Evan Tyler, 1644).Find this resource:

Rutherford, Samuel. Christ Dying and Drawing Sinners to Himselfe (London: J[ohn] D[awson] for Andrew Crooke, 1647).Find this resource:

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Saltmarsh, John. Examinations, or, a Discovery of Some Dangerous Positions Delivered in a Sermon of Reformation Preached… by Tho. Fuller, B. D. and Since Printed (London: for Lawrence Blaiklock, 1643).Find this resource:

Saltmarsh, John. A Solemn Discourse upon the Grand Covenant (London: for Laurence Blaicklock, 1643).Find this resource:

Saltmarsh, John. Dawnings of Light (London: for R. W., 1644).Find this resource:

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Selections from the Records of the Kirk Session, Presbytery, and Synod of Aberdeen (Aberdeen: Spalding Club, 1846).Find this resource:

Seven Arguments Plainly Proving that Papists Are Trayterous Subjects to All True Christian Princes ([London: s.n.], 1641).Find this resource:

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Smith, Miles. Sermons of the Right Reverend Father in God Miles Smith, Late Lord Bishop of Gloucester (London: Elizabeth Allde for Robert Allot, 1632).Find this resource:

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