Plea For Christian Magistracie Hussey William Minister Of Chiselhurst : Male audis or An answer to Mr. Coleman his Malè dicis. [electronic resource] : Wherein the repugnancy of his Erastian doctrine to the word of God, to the solemne League and Covenant, and to the ordinances of Parliament: also his contradictions, tergiversations, heterodoxies, calumnies, and perverting of testimonies, are made more apparent then formerly. Together with some animadversions upon Master Hussey his Plea for Christian magistracy: shewing, that in divers of the afore mentioned particulars he hath miscarried as much, and in some particulars more then Mr Coleman. / By George Gillespie, minister at Edinbrugh. Published by authority.
Plea For Congregationall Government Baxter Richard 1615 1691 Early Works To 1800 : Reasons for unitie, peace, and love [electronic resource] : With an answer (called Shadows flying away) to a book of Mr Gataker one of the Assembly, intituled A mistake, &c. and and [sic] 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 Edwards his second part called, Gangrena, directed to me. Wherein many things of the spirit are discovered, of faith and repentance, &c. Of the Presbyterie: and some things are hinted, to the undeceiveing [sic] of people in their present ministers. By John Saltmarsh, preacher of the Gospel.
Plea For Defensive Arms Marshall Stephen 1594 1655 : A copy of a letter, vvritten to Master Stephen Marshall minister. [electronic resource] : By a gentleman a parishoner of his, desiring satisfaction about the lawfullnesse of this warre. To which is added an ansvver by a vvelvvisher.
Plea For Defensive Arms Marshall Stephen 1594 1655 Early Works To 1800 : Of resisting the lavvfull magistrate under colour of religion, [electronic resource] and appendant to it, of the word krima, rendred damnation, Rom. 13. Reprinted. Also, of the Zelots among the Jewes. Of taking up the crosse. A vindication of Christs reprehending Saint Peter, from the exceptions of Master Marshall. Augmented by the author.
Plea For Scripture Ordination Owen James 1654 1706 : Tentamen novum [electronic resource] : proving that Timothy and Titus were Diocesan rulers of Ephesus and Crete, by an argument drawn from the time of S. Paul's beseeching Timothy to abide at Ephesus, and leaving Titus at Crete, as it is briefly demonstrated in the annals of Paul, wrote by the most learned prelate Dr. Pearson ... : with an answer to J.O.'s Plea for Scripture-ordination / by T.G., E.A.P.
Plea For Scripture Ordination Owen James 1654 1706 Early Works To 1800 : Tentamen novum continuatum. Or, An answer to Mr Owen's Plea and defense. Wherein Bishop Pearson's chronology about the time of St. Paul's constituting Timothy Bishop of Ephesus, and Titus of Crete, is confirm'd; the second epistle to Timothy demonstrated to have been written in the apostle's latter imprisonment at Rome; and all Mr. Owen's arguments drawn from antiquity for Presbyterian parity and ordination by presbyters, are overthrown. Herein is more particularly prov'd, that the Church of England, ever since the Reformation, believ'd the divine right of bishops. By Thomas Gipps, rector of Bury in Lancashire. [electronic resource]
Plea For The Commonalty Of London Bellamie John D 1654 Early Works To 1800 : Bellamius enervatus: or, A full answer to a book entitled A plea for the commonalty of London. [electronic resource] : Which is as the authour Mr. Bellamy cals it; a vindication of their rights (which have been long withholden from them) in the choyce of sundry city officers. As also a iustification of the powerent the Court of Common-Counsell in the making of acts, or by-laws, for the good and profit of the citizens, notwithstanding the negative voyces of the Lord Major, and aldermen. / Refuted by Irenæus Lysimachus:.
Plea For The Non Conformists Humfrey John 1621 1719 Early Works To 1800 : The notion of schism stated according to the antients, and considered with reference to the non-conformists [electronic resource] : and the pleas for schismaticks examined: being animadversions upon the plea for the non-conformists. With reflections on that famous tract of schism, written by Mr. Hales. In two letters to a very worthy gentleman. The second edition: with the addition of a third letter. By Robert Conold, M.A.
Plea For The Nonconformists Baxter Richard 1615 1691 : Fasciculus literarium, or, Letters on several occasions [electronic resource] : I. Betwixt Mr. Baxter, and the author of the Perswasive to conformity, wherein many things are discussed, which are repeated in Mr. Baxters late plea for the nonconformists, II. A letter to an Oxford friend, concerning the indulgence Anno 1671/2, III. A letter from a minister in a country to a minister in London, IV. An epistle written in Latin to the Triers before the Kings most happy restauration / by John Hinckley ...