Protestantism -- Prophecies. : The good hope through grace [electronic resource] : the jubilee of the kingdom of Christ shall come upon the counterfeit jubilee of Rome, and before the end of the following year 1700, shall begin to bring under desolation that great city and its papacy : therein uniting the year 1697 with 1700 according to prophecy / humbly presented to the faith and prayers of all sincere Protestants by T. Beverley.
Protestantism Repentance : An exhortation to repentance, and union among Protestants, or, A discourse upon the burden of Dumah [electronic resource]
Protestantism -- Scotland. : An act for securing of the Protestant religion [electronic resource] : as it was passed in the Parliament of Scotland, on Saturday, August 13, 1681.
Protestantism -- Scotland -- Early works to 1800. : The salvation of Protestants asserted and defended [electronic resource] : in opposition to the rash and uncharitable sentence of their eternal damnation pronounc'd against them by the Romish Church. By J.H. Dalhusius, inspector of the churches, in the county of VVeeden, upon the Rhine, near Coholence in Germany. Newly translated from the Latin.
Protestants -- America -- Early works to 1800. : An impartial sentimental letter, relating to the unhappy dissentions now subsisting betwixt Old-England and America. [electronic resource] : Wrote a small time ago at the particular Requests of a respectable Baronet, and a worthy Member of Parliament, in order to have been presented to the Right Hononourable Lord N****; and since revised, corrected, and enlarged, with annotations, and an exotic Case of Taxation, very similar to the present One with the Americans. By Richard-John Tetlow, Of AtKnottingley, Near Pontefract, Attorney at Law, F. S. A. and Notary Publick.
Protestants -- America -- Registers. : Naturalizations of foreign Protestants in the American and West Indian colonies (pursuant to Statute 13 George II, C. 7) / edited by M. S. Giuseppi.
Protestants -- Catechisms -- Early works to 1800. : A protestant catechism, [electronic resource] : for the use of young people, and others of common capacities. By Strickland Gough, M. A. Rector of Swafield, and Vicar of Swinstead in Lincolnshire. .
Protestants -- Controversial literature. : The way of peace, or, A discourse of the dangerous principles and practices of some pretended Protestants ... [electronic resource] : being certain brief ... writings of several learned Protestant authors : with divers additions perswasive to peace / by the author, a Protestant of the Church of England.
Protestants Creeds Early Works To 1800 : The national convenant, or The confession of faith, of the Kirk of Scotland [electronic resource] : subscribed at first by the King's Majesty and his household, is in the year 1580. Thereafter by persons of all ranks, in the year 1581, by ordinance of the Lords of the Secret Council, and Acts of the General Assembly. Subscribed again by all sorts of persons in the year 1590, by a new Ordinance of Council, at the desire of the General Assembly; with a general bond for maintainance of the time religion, and the Kings person. And now subscribed in the year 1638, by us, noblemen, barons, gentlemen, burgesses, ministers and commons, then under-subscribing: together, with our resolution and promises for the causes after specified, to maintain the said true religion, and the King's Majesty, according to the Confession foresaid, and Acts at Parliament. And now upon the supplication of the General Assembly, to His Majesty's High Commissioner, and the Lords of His Majesty's Honourable Privy Council. Subscribed again in the year 1639, by Ordinance of Council, and Act of General Assembly The t
Protestants -- Crimes against -- Ireland -- Early works to 1800. : An abstract of the bloody massacre in Ireland. [electronic resource] : Acted by the instigation of the Jesuits, priests, and friars, who were chief promoters of those horrible murthers; prodigious cruelties, barbarous villanies, and inhumane practices, executed by the Irish Papists upon the English Protestants, in the year 1641. And intended to have been acted over again, on Sabbath Day, December the 9th 1688. But by the wonderful providence of God was prevented.