Protestant dissenter guided to the Church of England. : Sufficient reasons for a religious, conscientious, and peaceable separation from the Communion of the Church of England : or, a reply to a tract, intitled, The protestant Dissenter guided to the Church of England; or, no sufficient Reasons to renounce the Communion of that Church, but weighty Reasons, and indispensible Obligations to embrace it. In two parts. In the First Part the Dissenters in general are vindicated from the Charge of Schism. And in the Second Part (to which is added an Appendix, containing an answer to The Evidence of Infant-Baptism, &c.) the Baptists in particular are vindicated from the said Charge. By John Tasker.
Palmer, Samuel, 1741-1813. : A brief history of nonconformity, from the Reformation to the Revolution : with remarks on church-establishments. By Joseph Cornish, Pastor to the Church of Protestant Dissenters, Colyton, Devon.
Rosewell, Samuel, 1679-1722. : A plain discovery what they would be at : in some seasonable relections on a late pamphlet, entitul'd The Protestant dissenters hopes from the present government, freely declar'd; and the Grounds that Support them offered to the Consideration of such as are, or should be, their Friends; and of Others, who would have their Hopes Suppress'd, &c. In a Letter to the Citizen of London, to whom that Pamphlet is also Inscrib'd.
Rosewell, Samuel, 1679-1722. : An antidote against the poison of some late pamphlets intituled : I. The Protestant Dissenters Hopes from the Present Government freely declar'd. II. The Protestant Dissenters Case Represented and Argued. III. A Plain Discovery of what the Dissenters would be at. IV. Two Letters annext to the said Pamphlets, The one, To the Author of the Occasional Paper. The other, From a Dissenter to a Member of Parliament. V. Two Letters from a Person in London to a Correspondent in Evesham in Worcestershire. VI. An Essay of Comprehension Answer'd. To which is added, Vii. A Reply to Two Pamphlets more, The one Of Presbyterian Loyalty; The other of Plain Dealing. With some short Advice to Dissenters in the Close. In several Letters to a Friend.
Protestant Dissenting Church (Oxford, Oxfordshire) : Charity the bond of perfection : A sermon, the substance of which was preached at Oxford, November 16, 1780. On occasion of the re-establishment of a Christian church of protestant dissenters in that city: with a brief account of the state of the society, and the Plan and Manner of their Settlement. By Daniel Turner, M.A.