Williams, Renwick. -- Early works to 1800. : An authentic account of the barbarities lately practised by the monsters! : Being an unprecedented and unnatural species of cruelty, exercised by a set of men upon defenceless and generally handsome women. With the public measures adopted on the occasion, &c. including the trial of Rynwick Williams.
Williams, Richard, 1652-1692. : The Merits of the election of Richard Williams, Esq., Burgess of Parliament for the borough of New Radnor : appointed to be heard on Wednesday the third of April upon the petition of William Probert ...
Williams, Roger, 1604?-1683. : The bloudy tenent, washed, and made white in the bloud of the Lambe: being discussed and discharged of bloud-guiltinesse by just defence. Wherein the great questions of this present time are handled, viz. how farre liberty of conscience ought to be given to those that truly feare God? And how farre restrained to turbulent and pestilent persons, that not onely raze the foundation of godlinesse, but disturb the civill peace where they live? Also how farre the magistrate may proceed in the duties of the first table? And that all magistrates ought to study the word and will of God, that they may frame their government according to it. Discussed. As they are alledged from divers Scriptures, out of the Old and New Testament. Wherein also the practise of princes is debated, together with the judgement of ancient and late writers of most precious esteeme. Whereunto is added a reply to Mr. Williams answer, to Mr. Cottons letter. / By John Cotton Batchelor in Divinity, and teacher of the church of Christ at Boston in New England.
Williams, Roger, 1604?-1683. -- Early works to 1800. : A New-England-fire-brand quenched : The second part. Being something in answer to Roger Williams his Appendix. Wherein he hath taken and pickt up some of G.F.'s words, and some of G.F.'s old persecutors here and there, that writ against him and the people of God called Quakers, what he thinketh he can pick out for his own advantage; who is of the same spirit, as they that writ against us, and persecuted us in Oliver's days. With a - Post-script confuting his blasphemous assertions, viz: of the blood of Christ, that was shed, its being corruptible and corrupted: and that salvation was by a man that was corruptible. Where-unto is added a - Catalogue of R.W.'s envious, malitious, scornful railing stuff, false accusations and blasphemies, which he foully and un-Christian-like hath scattered and dispersed throughout his book, and calls it scripture-language. Together with the - letters of W. Coddington and Rich. Scot of Providence in New-England, testifying against the said R. Williams and his slanderous and wicked book. And.