England and Wales. : Two petitions of the Lords and Commons to His Majestie, Febr. 2, 1641 : with His Majesties gracious answer : also His Majesties consent for the Princesse Maries going to Holland, and Her Majestie to accompany her : together with Her Majesties answer to a message of both houses.
Owen, John, 1616-1683. : A winding-sheet for England's ministry which hath a name to live, but is dead : sent to John Owen, called Dr. in that ministry, and late vice-chancellor of Oxford, and is in answer to his printed paper concerning tythes : or, an examination of those scriptures by which he seems to prove, that the publike maintenance for preachers of the Gospel by way of tythes, is a gospel-maintenance, but upon examination thereof by the scriptures, he is found to be a subverter of them, and, that tythes is no lawful maintenance for gospel-ministers.
Downame, George, -1634. -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800. : An ansvvere to a sermon preached the 17 of April anno D. 1608, by George Downame Doctour of Divinitie and intituled, A sermon defendinge the honorable function of bishops : wherein; all his reasons, brought to prove the honorable function of our L. Bishops, to be of divine institution; are answered and refuted.
Thurston, Benjamin, 1755-1804. : An answer to the publications of Messieurs Thurston, Woodman and Coe, [electronic resource] : respecting their pretended divine right of infant baptism, so called. / By Samuel Shepard, preacher of the Gospel.
Downame, George, -1634. -- Early works to 1800. : A defence of the sermon preached at the consecration of the L. Bishop of Bath and VVelles : against a confutation thereof by a namelesse author. Diuided into 4. bookes: the first, prouing chiefly that the lay or onely-gouerning elders haue no warrant either in the Scriptures or other monuments of antiquity. The second, shewing that the primitiue churches indued with power of ecclesiasticall gouernment, were not parishes properly but dioceses, and consequently that the angels of the churches or ancient bishops were not parishionall but diocesan bishops. The third, defending the superioritie of bishops aboue other ministers, and prouing that bishops alwayes had a prioritie not onely in order, but also in degree, and a maioritie of power both for ordination and iurisdiction. The fourth, maintayning that the episcopall function is of apostolicall and diuine institution.
Wylie, Samuel B. (Samuel Brown), 1773-1852. : Observations on The two sons of oil [electronic resource] : containing a vindication of the American constitutions, and defending the blessings of religious liberty and toleration, against the illiberal strictures of the Rev. Samuel B. Wylie / William Findley ; edited and with an introduction by John Caldwell.
Dorset, Edward Sackville, 1591-1652. : His Maiesties gracious ansvver to the different opinions of the Earles of Bristol and Dorset concerning peace and war : wherein is intimated to all his loyall subjects the earnest desire he hath of a faire attonement betwixt himselfe and his high court of Parliament.
Two-spirit people -- Canada. : Byron Chief-Moon : Grey Horse Rider / Mouvement Perpétual presents ; produced and directed by Philip Szporer & Marlene Millar ; produced with the participation of the Canadian Television Fund, in association with Bravo! BRAVO! Canada [and] APTN (Aboriginal Peoples Television Network).
Jephson, Robert, 1736-1803. : New Theatre. [electronic resource] : On Wednesday evening, Feb. 27, will be presented, (for the second time here) a celebrated comedy called Cheap living. ... To which will be added, a farce, called Two strings to your bow; or, The female chevalier. ...