Protestants -- Germany (West) -- History. : Zwei Konfessionen in einer Stadt : das Zusammenleben von Katholiken und Protestanten in den paritätischen Reichsstädten Augsburg, Biberach, Ravensburg und Dinkelsbühl von 1548 bis 1648 / von Paul Warmbrunn.
Protestants -- History -- Early works to 1800. : The genealogie of Protestants, or A briefe discoverie of the first authours, founders & parents of their religion, [electronic resource] : who are proued by cleere and vndeniable demonstrations, out of the vvhole record of antiquitie, to haue bene the old condemned hereticks, that liued vvithin the compasse of the first six hundred yeeres after Christ.
Protestants in Great Britain. : Reflections on the expediency of a law for the naturalization of foreign Protestants [electronic resource] : in two parts. Part II. Containing important queries relating to commerce, -The Employment of the Poor,-The Landed and National Interest,-Taxes of all Kinds, particularly the Poor Tax,-The real Interest of Tradesmen,-Reformation of Morals,-Constitution both in Church and State, the Duties of Humanity, and the Principles of the Christian Religion. By Josiah Tucker, M. A. Rector of St Stephen's in Bristol, and Chaplain to the Right Reverend the Lord Bishop of Bristol.
Protestants -- Ireland -- 17th century. : The case of the dissenting Protestants of Ireland, [electronic resource] : in reference to a Bill of Indulgence, vindicated from the exceptions alledg'd against it, in a late answer. / By Ioseph Boyse.
Protestants -- Ireland -- Dublin -- Early works to 1800. : A declaration of the Protestant clergie of the city of Dublin, [electronic resource] : shewing the reasons why they cannot consent to the taking away of the Book of common prayer, and comply with the Directory. Presented to the Honourable Commissioners for the Parliament of England, July 9. 1647.
Protestants -- Ireland -- Nazi persecution -- Early works to 1800. : The most humble address of the French refugees for religion in Ireland, to His Excellency the Earl of Wharton, Lord Lieutenant General, and General Governour of this Kingdom, to crave the assistance of his good offices ... in favour of the Protestants of France [electronic resource].
Protestants -- Italy -- Biography. : The Italian convert [electronic resource] : newes from Italy of a second Moses Or, The life of Galeacius Caracciolus the noble Marquesse of Vico. Containing the story of his admirable conversion from popery, and forsaking of a rich marquesdome for the Gospels sake. Written first in Italian, thence translated into latin by reuerend Beza, and for the benefit of our people put into English: and now published by W.C.