Horton, George, active 1647-1660. : A Declaration from the Children of Light (who are by the world scornfully called Quakers) against several false reports, scandals and lyes, in several news books and pamphlets, put forth by Hen. Walker, R. Wood, and George Horton, whose lyes, and slanders shall not pass for truth; but shall be judged, and cast out by Michael and his angels into the world, which is their habitation amongst the children of darkness. : Also a warning from the Lord to all ballad-makers, and image-makers, with them that print and sell them, who are found without the fear of God, contrary to the command of God, who saith, you shall not make an image of male nor female: and to the doctrine of the Apostles, who were to avoid prophane and vain fables. With a lamentation over all them that live in pride and gluttony, swearing, and all manner of uncleanness; and profess God, and profess Christ, and themselves Christians; but are seen to be those, whose God is their belly, whose end will be destruction.
Horton, Thomas, -1649. : A true and particular relation of the late victory obtained by Colonel Horton & Colonel Okey, against the VVelsh forces under Major Generall Langhorn : expressed in a letter from Colonel Okey to a friend of his in London.
Horton, Thomas, -1673. : Exomologesis, or, A faithful narration of the occasions and motives of the conversion to Catholique unity of Hugh-Paulin de Cressy, lately Dean of Laughlin in Ireland, and prebend of Windsor in England, now a religious priest of the holy Order of St. Benedict : with an appendix in answer to Mr. John Pearson's discourse touching the infallibility, and Doctor Holdens answer to the authors queries upon his first conversion.
Horton, Thomas, -1673. -- Early works to 1800. : The vengeance of the temple: discovered in a sermon preached before the Right Honourable the Lord Major and court of aldermen of the City of London, in Pauls Church, May 17. 1648. Being the day of publique thanksgiving for a victory obtayned by the forces under the command of Colonell Horton, at St. Faggons, neere Cardiffe in Wales. / By William Strong pastor of Dunstans in the west, and a member of the Assembly of Divines.