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[An exact chronological vindication, part 2.] The second tome of an exact chronological vindication and historical demonstration of our British, Roman, Saxon, Danish, Norman, English kings supreme ecclesiastical jurisdiction over all prelates, persons, causes, within their kingdomes and domininions; from the first year of the reign of King John, Anno Dom. 1199. till the death of King Henry the III. in the year 1273.... (London : Thomas Ratcliff, and are to be sold by Abel Roper ... Gabriel Bedell ... and Edward Thomas ..., 1665)
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The antipathie of the English lordly Prelacie, both to regall monarchy and civill unity : or, an historicall collection of the severall execrable treasons, conspiracies, rebellions, seditions ... of our english, brittish, french, scottish and irish Lordly Prelates against our Kings, Kingdomes, laws, liberties ... (London : Sparke, 1641)
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The antipathie of the English lordly Prelacie, both to regall monarchy and civill unity: or, an historicall collection of the severall execrable treasons, conspiracies, rebellions, seditions ... of our english, brittish, french, scottish and irish Lordly Prelates against our Kings, Kingdomes ... (London : Michael Sparke, 1641)
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The antipathie of the English lordly prelacie, both to regall monarchy, and civil unity: or, An historicall collection of the severall execrable treasons, conspiracies, rebellions, seditions, state-schismes, contumacies, antimonarchicall practices, & oppressions of our English, British, French ... (London : Michael Sparke, 1641)
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The Antipathie of the English Lordly Prelacie, Both to Regall Monarchy, and Civill Unity: Or, An Historicall Collection of the Severall Execrable Treasons, Conspiracies, Rebellions, Seditions, ... The First -second Part. By William Prynne, ...: 2: The second part of the antipathie of the English ... (Authority, 1641)
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The antipathie of the English lordly prelacie, both to regall monarchy, and civill unity: or, An historicall collection of the severall execrable treasons, conspiracies, rebellions, seditions, state-schismes, contumacies, oppressions, & anti-monarchicall practices, of our English, Brittish, French, Scottish, & Irish lordly prelates, against our kings, kingdomes, laws, liberties; and of the severall warres, and civill dissentions occasioned by them in, or against our realm, in former and latter ages Together with the judgement of our owne ancient writers, & most judicious authors, touching the pretended divine jurisdiction, the calling, lordlinesse, temporalities, wealth, secular imployments, trayterous practises, unprofitablenesse, and mischievousnesse of lordly prelates, both to King, state, Church; with an answer to the chiefe objections made for the divinity, or continuance of their lordly function. The first part. By William Prynne, late (and now againe) an utter-barester of Lincol (London : Michael Sparke senior, 1641)
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Antiquae constitutiones regni Angliae circa constitutionem ecclesiasticam: Ex Archivis Regiis in Turri Londinensi fideliter Collectae (Selbstverl., 1672)
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A breviate of the life of VVilliam Laud, Arch-bishop of Canterbury extracted (for the most part) verbatim, out of his owne diary, and other writings, under his owne hand : collected and published at the speciall instance of sundry honourable persons, as a necessary prologue to the history of his tryall, for which the criminall part of his life, is specially reserved (London : F.L. for Michaell Sparke, Senior ..., 1644)
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A Breviate of the Life of William Laud, Arch-bishop of Canterbury: Extracted from His Owne Diary, and Other Writings, Under His Owne Hand. Collected and Published at the Speciall Instance of Sundry Honourable Persons, as a Necessary Prologue to the History of His Tryall; for which the Criminall ... (F.L., 1644)
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Brief ... geschreven aenden generael Fairfax over de onrechtveerdicheyt van sijn gevancke-nisse [3 Jan., 1649], over-geset (1649)
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A brief apologie for all non-subscribers, and looking-glasse for all ... subscribers of the new engagement [by W. Prynne]. (London, 1650)
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Brief van Mr. Willem Prynne ... Geschreven aenden Generael Fairfax over de onrechtveerdicheyt van sijn Gevanckenisse ... (1649)
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A brief, pithy discourse upon I Corinthians 14. 40. Let all things be done decently and in order. Tending to search out the truth in question: Whether it be lawfull for church-governours to command and impose indifferent decent things (not absolutely necessary) in the administration of Gods worship? Written some years past by a judicious divine, and seasonable for our present times. (London : [s.n.], printed in the year, 1661)
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A briefe polemicall dissertation, concerning the true time of the inchoation and determination of the Lordsday-Sabbath.:Wherein is clearly and irrefragably manifested by Scripture, reason, authorities, in all ages till this present: that the Lordsday begins and ends at evening; and ought to be solemnized from evening to evening: against the novel errours, mistakes of such, who groundlesly assert; that it begins and ends at midnight, or day-breaking; and ought to be sanctified from midnight to midnight, or morning to morning: whose arguments are here examined, refuted as unsound, absurd, frivolous. Compiled in the Tower of London, and now published, for the information, reformation of all contrary judgment or practise. By William Prynne of Swainswick Esq;. (London : T. Mabb for Edward Thomas dwelling in Green Arbour, 1655)
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A briefe suruay and censure of Mr Cozens his couzening deuotions. Prouing both the forme and matter of Mr Cozens his booke of priuate deuotions, or the houres of prayer, lately published, to be meerely popish: to differ from the priuate prayers authorized by Queene Elizabeth 1560. to be transcribed out of popish authors, with which they are here paralelled: and to be scandalous and preiudiciall to our Church, and aduantagious onely to the Church of Rome. By William Prynne Gent. Hospitij Lincolniensis. (London : [By Thomas Cotes], 1628)
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A briefe survay and censure of Mr Cozens his couzening Devotions. : Prouing both the forme and matter of Mr Cozens his Booke of priuate deuotions, or the Houres of prayer, lately published, to be meerely Popish : to differ from the priuate Prayers authorized by Queene Elizabeth 1560. to be transcribed out of Popish authors, with which they are here paralelled : and to be scandalous and preiudiciall to our Church, and aduantagious onely to the Church of Rome. (London : Thomas Cotes, 1628)
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Canterburies doome, or, The first part of a compleat history of the commitment, charge, tryall, condemnation, execution of William Laud, late Arch-bishop of Canterbury containing the severall orders, articles, proceedings in Parliament against him, from his first accusation therein, till his tryall : together with the various evidences and proofs produced against him at the Lords Bar ... : wherein this Arch-prelates manifold trayterous artifices to usher in popery by degrees, are cleerly detected, and the ecclesiasticall history of our church-affaires, during his pontificall domination, faithfully presented to the publike view of the world (London : John Macock for Michael Spark, Senior ..., 1646)
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Canterburies tooles, or, Instruments wherewith he hath effected many rare feats, and egregarious exploits ... (London, 1641)
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A catalogue of such testimonies in all ages as plainly evidence bishops and presbyters to be both one, equall and the same ... with a briefe answer to the objections out of antiquity, that seeme to the contrary. (London, 1641)
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Certaine quæres propounded to the bowers at the name of Iesvs and to the patrons thereof. Wherein the authorities, and reasons alleadged by Bishop Andrewes and his followers, in defence of this ceremony, are briefly examined and refuted; the mistranslation of Phil. 2.10.11. cleared, and that tet, with others acquitted both from commanding or authorizing this novell ceremony, here gived to be unlawfull in sundry respects. (Amsterdam : [J.F. Stam], 1636)
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