• Creator
  • Burton, Henry, 1578-1648
  • Created Date
  • 1645
  • Publisher
  • London : Printed by M.S. for Gyles Calvert
  • Description
  • Head-pieces; initials; printed marginal notes. IUA02150 is apparently Wing B6177 with t.p. variant lacking author's name. IUA02144 bound with: Baiting of the popes bull : or, an unmasking of the mystery of inquity, folded up in a most pernitious breeue or bull sent from the Pope lately into England, to cawse a rent therein, for his reentry, with an advertisement to the Kings seduced subjects / by H.B. (London : Imprinted by W.I [i.e. W. Jones]... more
    Head-pieces; initials; printed marginal notes. IUA02150 is apparently Wing B6177 with t.p. variant lacking author's name. IUA02144 bound with: Baiting of the popes bull : or, an unmasking of the mystery of inquity, folded up in a most pernitious breeue or bull sent from the Pope lately into England, to cawse a rent therein, for his reentry, with an advertisement to the Kings seduced subjects / by H.B. (London : Imprinted by W.I [i.e. W. Jones] for M. Sparke, 1627). IUA02144 bound with: Israels fast : or, a meditation vpon the seuenth chapter of Ioshuah : a faire precedent for these times / by H.B. rector of S. Mathews Fryday-Street (Printed at Rochel [i.e. London] : [By Thomas Cotes for Michael Sparke], MDCCXXVIII [1628]). IUA02144 bound with: Apology of an appeale, also, an epistle to the true-hearted nobility / by Henry Burton, Pastor of St. Matthewes Friday-Street ([Amsterdam?] : Printed [by J.F. Stam?], anno Dom. 1636). IUA02144 bound with: For God and the King : the summe of two sermons preached on the fifth of November last in St. Matthewes Friday-Streete, 1636 / by Henry Burton, minister of God's word there and then ([London?] : Printed, [by F. Kingston?], anno Dom. 1636). IUA02144 bound with: Sounding of the two last trumpets, the sixt [sic] and the seventh : or, meditations by way of paraphrase upon the 9th, 10th, and 11th chapters of the Revelation, as containing a prophecie of these last times / digested by Henry Burton during his banishment, and close imprisonment in the isle of Guernsey (London : Printed for Samuel Gellibrand at the Brazen Serpent in Pauls Church-yard, 1641). IUA02144 bound with: Crosses case in Cheapside : whether its militia, the setting of it in a posture of defence, be according to law : the contrary is maintained by one, who hath little of that, we commonly call law, against those, who have as little of that, we truly call reason : notwithstanding, the dispute is carried all along in a coole and orderly way, by the law of heaven, the line and rule of the word, and as in Gods preference, who is Judge Himselfe, so as the man in understanding may finde strong meate here, the child milke ([London] : Printed in the Climacterticall Yeare of Crosses, and crosse-men, for T.V., 1642). IUA02144 bound with: Truth, still truth, though shut out of doores : or, a reply to a late pamphlet entituled The doore of truth opened : published in the name and with the consent of the whole Church of Aldermanbury : with some animadversions upon a late Letter of the ministers of London to the Reverend Assembly, against toleration / by Henry Burton (London : Printed for Giles Calvert, at the black spread-Eagle, at the West end of Pauls, 1645). IUA02144 bound with: Truth shut out of doores : or, a briefe and true narrative of the occasion and manner of proceeding of some of Alderman-bury parish, in shutting their church-doores against me : published for the clearing of the truth from false reports, and more especially for the satisfaction of those worthy underwriters, who chose me to performe that catechisticall lecture, to whom I ought to give a just account of my carriage therein / by me, Henry Burton (London : Printed for Giles Calvert, at the black spread-Eagle, at the west end of Pauls, MDCXLV [1645]). IUA02144 bound with: Conformities deformity : in a dialogue between conformity, and conscience. Wherein the main head of all the controversies in these times, concerning church-government, is asserted and maintained; as without which, all reformation is headlesse, and all reconciliation hopelesse. Dedicated by Henry Burton, to the honour of Jesus Christ, as the first-fruits of his late recovery from death to life; as a testimony of his humble and thankfull acknowledgement of so great a mercy: and published for the service of all those, that love the Lord Jesus Christ in sincerity ... (London : Printed for Giles Calvert, at the Black Spread-Eagle neer the west end of Pauls, 1646). IUA02144 bound with: Meditations upon I Sam. 26.19. : humbly presented to the common-council of London, for their serious rumination (London : Printed for Giles Calvert, 1647). IUA02144 bound with: Vindication of churches commonly called Independent : or, a briefe ansvver to two books : the one intituled, Twelve considerable serious questions touching Church-government, the other, Independency examined, unmasked, refuted, &c. : both lately published by William Prinne of Lincolnes-Inne, Esquire / by Henry Burton (London : Printed for Henry Overton, 1644). IUA02144 bound with: Narration of the life of Mr. Henry Burton : wherein is set forth the various and remarkable passages thereof, his sufferings, supports, comforts, and deliverances : now published for the benefit of all those that either doe or may suffer for the cause of Christ : according to a copy written with his owne hand (London : Printed for John Rothwell at the Sunne in Pauls Church-yard, 1643). IUA02144 bound with: Peace-maker : or, solid reasons, perswading to peace : grounded upon the late Solemn covenant / by H.B. (London : Printed for Giles Calvert, at the Black-spread-Eagle near the west end of Pauls, 1646). Wing. less
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