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Davvnings of light wherein the true interest of reformation is opened in generall, and in particular, in this kingdome for the establishment of weaker judgements, and many other things impartially hinted, to a further discovery of truth and light in many of our present controversies : with some maximes of reformation (London : R.W. and are sold by G. Calvert ..., 1646)
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The divine right of Presbyterie,: asserted by the present Assembly, and petitioned for accordingly to the Honourable House of Commons in Parliament. With reasons discussing this pretended divine right; and yet with tendernesse to the brethren of the Presbyterial way. Pleading for a liberty of conscience for them in this their opinion, as for others of their dissenting brethren, and equally for both. With inferences upon their late petition. (London : G. Calvert, at the Black Spread-Eagle at the West-end of Pauls, 1646)
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An end of one controversie:: being an answer or letter to Master Ley's large last book, called Light for smoke. One of the Assembly at Westminster. Which he writ lately against me. In which the sum of his last book, which relates to the most material passages in it, is gathered up and replied to. (London : Ruth Raworth for G. Calvert, at the signe of the Black Spread-Eagle at the west-end of Paul, 1646)
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Englands friend raised from the grave.: Giving seasonable advice to the Lord Generall, Lievtenant-Generall, and the Councell of Warre. Being the true copies of three letters, (London : Giles Calvert, at the black Spread-Eagle at the west end of Pauls, 1649)
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Examinations, or, A discovery of some dangerous positions delivered in A sermon of reformation preached in the church of the Savoy last fast day July 26 by Tho. Fuller, B.D. and since printed (London : Lawrence Blacklock ..., 1643)
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The fountaine of free grace opened by questions and answers proving the foundation of faith to consist only in Gods free love, in giving Christ to dye for the sins of all, and objections to the contrary answered by the congregation of Christ in London, constituted by baptisme upon the profession of faith, falsly called Anabaptists : wherein they vindicate themselves from the scandalous aspersions of holding free-will, and denying a free election by grace. (London : ReGiles Calvert ..., 1648)
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The fountaine of free grace opened by questions and answers::proving the foundation of faith to consist only in Gods free love in giving Christ to dye for the sins of all, and objections to the contrary answered by the Congregation of Christ in London, constituted by baptisme upon the profession of faith, falsly called Anabaptists. Wherein they vindicate themselves from the scandalous aspersions of holding free-will, and denying a free election by grace. (London, 1645)
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Free grace, or, The flowings of Christs blood free to sinners being an experiment of Jesus Christ upon one who hath been in the bondage of a troubled conscience ... (London : Giles Calvert, 1646)
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Free-grace: or, The flowings of Christs Blood freely to sinners ..., 10th ed. (1700)
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Free-grace: Or, The Flowings of Christs Blood Freely to Sinners: Being an Experiment of Iesus Christ Upon One who Hath Been in the Bondage of a Troubled Conscience at Times, for the Space of about Twelve Years, Till Now Upon a Clearer Discovery of Iesus Christ, and the Gospell: Wherein Divers ..., 3rd ed. (Giles Calvert, dwelling at the black Spred-Eagle at the west-end of Pauls, 1646)
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Groanes for liberty·: Presented from the Presbyterian (formerly non-conforming) brethren, reputed the ablest and most learned among them, in some treatises called Smectymnuus, to the high and Honorable Court of Parliament in the yeare 1641, by reason of the prelates tyranny. Now awakened and presented to themselves in the behalf of their now non-conforming brethren. With a beam of light, discovering a way to peace. Also some quæres for the better understanding of Mr Edwards last book called Gangræna. With a parallel betweene the prelacy and presbytery. (London : Giles Calvert, at the black spread-Eagle at the west end of Pauls, 1646)
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Holy discoveries and flames. By John Saltmarshe, Mr. of Arts of Magdalen Colledge in Cambridge, and rector of West-Ileslerton in York-shire. (London : R[obert] Y[oung] for P. Nevill in Ivie-lane, 1640)
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A letter from the army, concerning the peaceable temper of the same.:Written by M. J. Saltmarsh attending his Excellency Sir Tho. Fairfax, and sent to a friend in London. (London : Giles Calvert at the black Spread-Eagle at the West end of Pauls Church, 1647)
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A nevv quære at this time seasonably to be considered as we tender the advancement of trvth & peace : viz. whether it be fit, according to the principles of true religion, and state, to settle any church-government over the kingdome hastily, or not : and with the power commonly desired, in the hands of the ministers (London : Giles Calvert ..., 1646)
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The opening of Master Prynnes new book, called A vindication: or, light breaking out from a cloud of differences, or late controversies.: Wherein are inferences upon the Vindication, and antiqueres to the queres; and by that, the way a little cleared to a further discovery of truth in a church-order, by a conference or discourse. (London : G. Calvert, at the signe of the Black Spred-Eagle, at the West-End of S. Pauls, 1645)
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A peace but no pacification, or, An answer to that new designe of the oath of pacification and accomodation lately printed a subject for all that love true peace and liberty to consider (London : Barnard Alsop ..., 1643)
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The practice of policie in a Christian life taught from the Scriptures (London : E.G. for Samuel Endarby and are to be sold at his shop at the signe of the Starre in Popes head alley, 1639)
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Reasons for vnitie, peace, and love with an answer (called Shadows flying away) to a book of Mr. Gataker, one of the assembly, intituled, A mistake, &c. and the book of the namelesse author called, The plea, both writ against me : and a very short answer, in a word, to a book by another namelesse author called, An after-reckoning with Master Saltmarsh, and to Master Edward his second part called, Gangrena, directed to me ... (London : Giles Calvert ..., 1646)
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The smoke in the temple : wherein is a designe for peace and reconciliation of believers of the several opinions of these times about ordinances, to a forbearance of each other in love and meekness, and humility (London : Ruth Raworth for G. Calvert, 1646)
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The smoke in the temple wherein is a designe for peace and reconciliation of believers of the several opinions of these times about ordinances, to a forbearance of each other in love, and meeknesse, and humility : with the opening of each opinion, and upon what Scriptures each is grounded ... : with one argument for liberty of conscience from the national covenant ... : with a full answer to Master Ley ... against my late New-Quere ... (London : Ruth Raworth for G. Calvert, 1646)
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