Englands sole remedy: or, A vvholsome directory, for the recory [sic] of our languishing kingdome : drawn from the law of God, and the land. Containing some necessary and pertinent queries, with their resolutions, by Scriptures, law, and reason: very fit and convenient to be thought upon by all Englishmen, for the begetting of a sure, safe, and well-grounded peace. Collected and intended for the good of all. By a lover of peace and truth.
The commission opened, or The position that it is not only lawfull, but also the duty and allegiance of all and every English man, to joyn and endeavour, for the restitution of His Sacred Majesty, to his throne and dignity : ... cleared and explained, and that it is to be performed, by 1. councell and advice. 2. supplies with men, money, and other necessaries. 3. bearing of armes : and that whosever doth the contrary is guilty of treason
The Army anatomized : or, A brief & plain display of the humble, honest and religious actings of the General Sir Tho. Fairfax, and his army of saints, toward the good of the King and Parliament, and the whole kingdom, since the famous victory, at Naseby, June 14. 1645. Occasioned upon the serious consideration of 4 Scripture-properties of every true saint and Christian soldier. 1. Whatsoever ye would that men should do unto you ('tis our Saviors own Golden-Rule) even so do ye unto them. Mat. 7. 12. 2. Not to do any evil (a general Rule, which admits of no exception, either in Kings, or in Commanders) that good may come thereof. Rom. 3.8. 3. To abstain from every appearance of evil; much more from every apparent evil. 2 Thes. 5. 22. 4. Do violence, or wrong, to no man; neither accuse any man falsly. Luke 3.14. Now, how Sir Tho. Fairfax's army of saints and Christian soldiers have performed all these, or any of these, shal be faithfully and plainly declared, in 20. following observations.
A Christian and brotherly exhortation to peace : directed unto the soverain states of England, and the United Provinces of the Netherlands. And to the people of both nations. Translated out of the French copie, sent by a lover of peace from beyond sea.
Comments on the proposed war with France, on the state of parties, and on the new act respectiong aliens : with a postscript containing remarks on Lord Grenville's answer of Dec. 31, 1792, to the note of M. Chauvelin
The clearing of Master Cranfords text, 2 Tim chap 2, vers 17, from that imputation of cruelty and un-gospell bloodinesse : which the said Mr. Cranford (being the [star] feeder of Christopher le Stocks, and minding, it should seem, to fatten his charge) endevoured to fasten thereon in a sermon at Pauls before the Lord Major, aldermen, and citizens of London, contrary to the intent of the whole New Testament ... : that text 2 Tim. 2, 17, is cleered from the said false aspersion by a jury of its peeres, viz., twelve texts, three antecedent and nine consequent, in the same chapter, faithfull witnesses and true, proclaiming aloud that ver. 17 is abused and falsely charged ... chiefly in that the comparison of hereticall opinions to a gangrene or canker, intended only in point of spreading, is untruly urged in point of deading and cutting off by the magistrates sword ... in stead of awaking by the word of the minister ...
A Full answer to the Levellers petition, presented to the House of Commons on Munday Septemb 11, 1648 : wherein the divellish poyson therein contained is discussed throughout, by way of confutation of every materiall branch thereof : contrived for the satisfaction of all those who are not able to discover the danger of those destructive and abominable principles therein delivered, and to recall those who are, or shall be misled thereby