Puritans -- Relations -- Church of England. : True peace, or, A moderate discourse to compose the unsettled consciences and greatest differences in ecclesiastical affaires / written long since by the no less famous then learned Sir Francis Bacon ...
Puritans -- Wales. : Dirgelwch i rai iw ddeall ac i eraill iw watwar : sef, Tri aderyn yn ymdiddan yr Eryr, a'r Golomen, a'r Gigfran. Neu, Arwydd i annerch y Cymru. : Yn y flwydden mil a chwechant a thair ar ddêc a deugain, cyn dyfod, 666.
Great Britain -- History -- Puritian Revolution, 1642-1600 -- Early works to 1800. : The black and terrible vvarning piece: or, a scourge to Englands rebellion. : Truly representing, the horrible iniquity of the times; the dangerous proceedings of the ranters, and the holding of no Resurrection by the shakers, in Yorkshire and elsewhere. With the several judgements of the most high and eternal Lord God, upon all usurpers, who deny His law, and His truth; and the manner how 130 children were taken away by the devil, and never seen no more; and divers others taken, rent, torn, and cast up and down from room to room, by strange and dreadfull spirits, appearing in the shapes of, a black boar, a roaring lyon, an English statesman, and a Roman fryer. Extracted out of the elaborate works of Bishop Hall, and Sir Kenelm Digby; and published for general satisfaction, to all Christian princes, states, and common-wealths in Europe.
Douglas, Mary, 1921-2007. : Purity and danger now : new perspectives / edited by Robbie Duschinsky, Simone Schnall and Daniel H. Weiss.
Purity Ice Company -- Trials, litigation, etc. : In the matter of Purity Ice Company, incorporated, a corporation and Felice Ferlise as an individual and as president of said Purity Ice Company, incorporated [electronic resource] : brief in behalf of the National Recovery Administration.