No faith or credit to be given to Papists. : Being a discourse occasioned by the late conspirators dying in the denyal of their guilt. With particular reflections on the perjury of VVill. Viscount Stafford, both at his tryal, and in his speech on the scaffold in relation to Mr. Stephen Dugdale, and Mr. Edward Turbervill.
Author: Smith, John Year: 1681
Publisher: London Printed for Tho. Cockerill at the Three Leggs in the Poultry over against the Stocks-Market,
The innocent cleared: or, The vindication of Captaine John Smith, Capt. Lieutenant under Colonell Rainsborough. : Against those false aspersions raised against him by one Major Wylkes: who most falsly, and without any grounds or proofe, hath accused him for being accessary to the death of Colonell Rainsborough. Whereunto are annexed two severall petitions; the one unto the High Court of Parliament, and the other unto the Lord Generall. Wherein he desires to answer for himselfe face to face in the presence of his accusers. Amsterdam, November 13th 1648.
Author: Smith, John Year: 1648
Publisher: London Printed for a general satisfaction,
Soule-reviving influences of the sun of righteousnesse, or Some bright beames of light and love, : sparkling from Christ upon the darke and drooping hearts of sin-weakend and clouded believers, even while we are in this solitary wildernesse, not yet arrived at the land of spirituall Canaan; but taking a turne in the darke and dampe valley of the shadow of death. With several evangelicall and heart-winning incouragements to the life of faith in the Sonne of God, notwithstanding our manifold weaknesses and hainous provocations; yea to the keeping up of the same comfort, hope confidence, and joy in him in the sadest straights, of the sorest darknesse.
Author: Smith, John Year: 1654
Publisher: London, Printed for Giles Calvert, at the Black-spread-Eagle, at the west end of Pauls,