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Fri Mar 21 17:08:39 2014 UTClccn-nr940147570.63The proceedings of the army under the command of Sir Thomas Fairfax From ... Containing the story of the Club-men, and relief of Taunton. Wherein is expressed the propositions of the Club-men, and Sir Thomas Fairfax his answer unto them. Sent from Mr Bowles (Chaplain to Sir Thomas Fairfax) to a friend of his in London0.850.94Intelligence from the Scottish army being the extract of letters sent to Master Bowles2349866nr 940147573599863Gellibrand, S.Gellibrand, Samuel, d. 1675lccn-n84177085Bowles, Edward1613-1662lccn-nr94023507Bostock, Robert-1656lccn-n85010277Sedgwick, Obadiah1600?-1658lccn-n84177205Marshall, Stephen1594?-1655lccn-nr94028525Raworth, John-1645prtlccn-n82136795Fairfax, Thomas FairfaxBaron1612-1671lccn-n50024704Wilkins, John1614-1672lccn-n85355757Fawne, Luke-1666lccn-n79056234Church of Englandlccn-nr94039402Maxwell, Anneactive 1665-1675prtGellibrand, Samuel-1675SermonsHistoryPeriodicalsNewspapersPamphletsChurch historySourcesSermons, EnglishGreat BritainFast-day sermonsCivil War (Great Britain : 1642-1649)Political scienceAntinomianismScotlandReligious ethicsChristian heresiesEnglandChurch and stateChristian lifeBible.--HebrewsFairfax, Thomas Fairfax,--Baron,Bible.--Psalms, XXIIIChristian hereticsChurch of EnglandChristian ethicsEngland and Wales.--Army.--New Model ArmySermonsProvidence and government of GodKingdom of GodSin, UnpardonableJesus ChristHeresyPeriodicals16751639164016411642164316441645164616471648164916501652165416551656165816591660166116671668166916711672167316741675690102137252.03Z2002ocn154242520ocn226388609ocn008945388ocn522895601ocn863465761ocn606189424ocn154707759ocn636030571ocn312909778ocn759745477764ocn606937430book16450.63The proceedings of the army under the command of Sir Thomas Fairfax From ... Containing the story of the Club-men, and relief of Taunton. Wherein is expressed the propositions of the Club-men, and Sir Thomas Fairfax his answer unto them. Sent from Mr Bowles (Chaplain to Sir Thomas Fairfax) to a friend of his in LondonHistoryNewspapers411ocn341046469file16440.86Sedgwick, ObadiahAn arke against a deluge, or, Safety in dangerous times discovered in a sermon before the honourable House of Commons, at their late extraordinary fast, October 22, 1644Sermons403ocn606710955file0.93The proceedings of the army under the command of Sir Thomas Fairfax From ... Containing the story of the Club-men, and relief of Taunton. Wherein is expressed the propositions of the Club-men, and Sir Thomas Fairfax his answer unto them. Sent from Mr Bowles (Chaplain to Sir Thomas Fairfax) to a friend of his in LondonHistoryPeriodicalsNewspapers372ocn606711952file0.90The late proceedings of the Scotish [sic] armyHistoryPeriodicals342ocn606711950file0.93A faithfull relation, of the late occurrences and proceedings of the Scottish armyHistoryPeriodicals332ocn606711955file0.93Extract of letters dated at Edenburgh ... with the letter from the Lords at Oxford sent by the Earl of New-castle to the Marquesse of Argyle to be delivered to the Lords of the Privie Counsell of the kingdome of Scotland and the conservarors of peace between both kingdomes and the answer thereunto : as likewise a letter from the Scottish armie neare YorkHistoryPeriodicals332ocn606711946file0.93A true relation of the late proceedings of the Scottish armyHistoryPeriodicals332ocn606710490file0.94Intelligence from the Scottish army being the extract of letters sent to Master BowlesHistoryPeriodicals332ocn606711957file0.93Intelligence from the south borders of ScotlandHistoryPeriodicals302ocn010915934book16420.88Marshall, StephenReformation and desolation, or, A sermon tending to the discovery of the symptomes of a people to whom God will by no meanes be reconciled preached to the Honourable House of Commons at their late solemne fast, Decemb. 22, 1641HistorySermons204ocn017734364book16410.86Marshall, StephenMeroz cursed, or, A sermon preached to the honourable House of Commons at their late solemn fast, February 23, 1641.HistoryPamphletsSourcesSermons201ocn016127039book16430.88Sedgwick, JohnAntinomianisme anatomized, or, A glasse for the lawlesse who deny the ruling use of the morall law unto Christians under the gospel151ocn040236306book16430.73Marshall, StephenThe song of Moses the servant of God, and the song of the Lambe: opened in a sermon preached to the Honorable House of Commons, at their late solemne day of thanksgiving, Iune 15. 1643. for the discovery of a dangerous, desperate, and bloudy designe, tending to the utter subversion of the Parliament, and of the famous city of London.HistorySermons131ocn017751483book16690.88Wilkins, JohnA sermon preached before the king, upon the seventh of March, 1668/9Sermons121ocn015540969book16580.84Sedgwick, ObadiahThe shepherd of Israel, or God's pastoral care over his people. Delivered in divers sermons on the whole Twenty-third Psalm. Together with the doctrine of providence practically handled on Matth. 10. 29,30,31. By that reverend and faithful minister of the Gospel Mr. Obadiah Sedgwick, B.D. Perfected by himself, and perused by those whom he instrusted with the publishing of his worksSermons121ocn006499488book16440.90Wilkinson, HenryBabylons ruine, Jerusalems rising set forth in a sermon preached before the honourable House of Commons, on the 25 Octob. being the day appointed for the monthly fast solemnly to be observedSermons122ocn029074558book16490.79A serious and faithfull representation of the judgements of ministers of the Gospell within the province of London. Contained in a letter from them to the Generall and his Councell of Warre. Delivered to his Excellency by some of the subscribers, Jan. 18. 1648HistoryChurch historySources112ocn228674281book16470.76Sedgwick, ObadiahThe nature and danger of heresies, opened in a sermon before the Honourable House of Commons, Ianuary 27. 1646. at Margarets Westminster, being the day of their solemn monthly fast.Sermons91ocn407139075book16400.76Sedgwick, ObadiahChrists counsell to his languishing church of Sardis. Or, The dying or decaying Christian, with the meanes and helpes of his recovery and strengthening. By Obadiah Sedgwicke, B. of D. late preacher to the inhabitants of S. Mildreds Bredstreet, London81ocn154242520book16420.88Temple, ThomasChrist's government in and over his people delivered in a sermon before the Honourable House of Commons, at their late publick and solemne fast, Octob. 26, 1642SermonsFri Mar 21 15:28:40 EDT 2014batch13918