A Booke of Christian Prayers, collected out of the auncient writers, and best learned in our tyme, worthy to be read with an earnest mynde of all Christians, in these daungerous and troublesome dayes, that God for Christes sake will yet still be mercyfull vnto vs
Acts and monuments of matters most speciall and memorable, happening in the Church, with an universall historie of the same. Wherein is set forth at large the whole race and course of the Church, from the primitive age to these later times of ours, with the bloudy times, horrible troubles, and great persecutions against the true martyrs of Christ, sought and wrought as well by heathen emperors, as now lately practised by Romish prelats, especially in this realme of England and Scotland. Now againe. The seventh time newly imprinted. Whereunto are annexed certaine additions of like persecutions, which have happened in these later times.
The humble petition of the captaines, officers, and soldiers of the trayned bands, and voluntiers in the county of Buckingham, assembled at Alisbury, June 17, 1642 : presented to both Houses of Parliament, the 24 bf [sic] June, 1642, and commanded by them to be forthwith printed and published. H. Elsyng Cler. Parl. D. Com. Together with a letter from a merchant of Dublin, to his friend a worthy gentleman in Bassing Hall Street, in London, relating the happy proceedings of the Protestant army against the rebels.
The remonstrance and protestation of the gentry and commonalty of the counties of Buckingham, Hartford, Bedford, and Cambridge : shewing the reasons why they take up armes and their resolutions thereupon
The Parliaments resolution : concerning the Kings most excellent Majesty, and the Lords and Commons, which have absented themselves from the said Houses, and are now at Yorke attending on His Majestie. Also their determination concerning the citie of London, and all other counties, that are contributors to this religious designe. Wherein is declared the grounds of their proceedings, and the reasons why they are inforced to take armes. His Majesties honour, our religion, lives, and estates, being in great hazard. Whereunto is annexed severall reasons to prove that every man is bound to defend and uphold the Parliament and priviledges thereof against all opposers whatsoever
A petition of the gentry, ministers, and freeholders of the County of Flint, presented to His Majesty at York, August the fourth, 1642 : with His Majesties most gracious answer thereunto ; also His Majesties speech to the gentlemen of York, on Thursday the fourth of August.
A description of the Seige of Basing Castle ; kept by the Lord Marquisse of Winchester, for the service of His Majesty : against, the forces of the rebells, under command of Colonell Norton, anno Dom. 1644
A vindication of King Charles, or, A loyal subjects duty : manifested in vindicating His Soveraigne from those aspersions cast upon him by certaine persons, in a scandalous libel, entituled, The Kings cabinet opened ; and published (as they say) by authority of Parliament. Whereunto is added, a true parallel betwixt the sufferings of our Saviour and our soveraign, in divers particulars, &c.
Angliae ruina : or, Englands ruine, represented in the barbarous, and sacrilegious outrages of the sectaries of this kingdom, committed upon the lives, consciences and estates of all His Maj: loyal subjects in generall ; but more particularly upon the churches, colledges, clergie, and scholars of the same. Containing two briefe catalogues of such heads and fellowes of colledges in the University of Cambridge, and other learned and pious divines, within the city of London, as have been ejected, plundered, imprisoned, or banished for their constancie in the Protestant religion, and loyalty to their soveraigne. Whereunto is added, a chronologie of the time and place of all the battails, sieges, conflicts, and other remarkable passages which have happened betwixt His Majesty and the Parliament ; with a catalogue of such persons of quality, as have been slain on either party, from Novemb. 3. 1640 till the 25. of March, 1647