A covenant to walk with God in an holy stedfastness to maintain the peace of our spirits with God in Christ. : Solemnly entred into by certain persons resolving to live according to, and in the power of the life of Christ in them.
Author: W. S. Year: 1646
Publisher: London : Printed by John Field for Philemon Stephens,
The worlds observation for keeping their masse days : and festivall dayes (so called) fathomed and found groundless, or without a bottome, so needs must fall that hath not whereon to stand, for what is there to uphold it but papists traditions, heathenish manners or customes of nations which are vaine? and they that observe lying vanities, forsake their own mercy.
Author: W. S. Year: 1659
Publisher: London : printed for M.W.,
A new prognostication for the year of our Lord, 1694 : Being the second after bessextile, or, leap year. And from the creation of the world 5643. Serving most fitly for the most part of the kingdom of Scotland, but more especially for our city of Glasgow, where the pole-artick is elevated 56 deg. 6 min.
Author: W.S. Year: 1694
Publisher: Glasgow, : Printed by Robert Sanders for the year,
The glorious kingdom of our blessed Lord Jesus Christ on earth, rightly timed: proving it not to be till His second coming : In answer to two treatises; the one, intituled, Theopolis; or, The city of God. By a nameless author. The other, A treatise of the new-heavens and new-earth. By T.M. By W.S. a servant of Christ.
Author: W. S. Year: 1693
Publisher: London : [s.n.],
Exceeding good newes from South-Wales. : Of the surrender of Tinby Castle upon mercy, on Wednesday the 17 of May, 1648. With the taking of Collonel Powel, and divers gentlemen, offficers and souldiers, to the number of five hundred and seventy. Also, good newes from the north, of the compleat condition of Major Generall Lambert, who is upon the borders of Cumberland and Westmerland. Together, with an exact and true relation, of the relief of Dover Castle, by the Lord Generall Fairfaxes forces, where were taken prisoners of the enemy 300 men, and 400 horse, the rest being beaten back to Sandwitch. Imprimatur G.M.
Author: W. S. Year: 1648
Publisher: London : Printed by J.C.,