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Hall Another World and Yet the Same 1607 Cornell CUL PJM 1009 01

Hall Another World and Yet the Same 1607 Cornell CUL PJM 1009 01

Map of imaginary southern lands from "Mundus alter et idem" (1607) by Mercurius Britannicus (Joseph Hall)

Assertion of Liberty of Conscience by the Independents of the Westminster Assembly of Divines, 1644

Assertion of Liberty of Conscience by the Independents of the Westmins...

A meeting of the Westminster Assembly on 21 February 1644. Philip Nye, a member of the independent party, argues that the form of church government advocated by the presbyterians, under which local congregatio... More

PuritanGallery

PuritanGallery

Gallery of famous Puritans: Thomas Gouge, William Bridge, Thomas Manton, John Flavel, Thomas Goodwin, Stephen Charnock, William Bates, John Owen, John Howe, Richard Baxter

Rev. Richard Cameron

Rev. Richard Cameron

Richard Cameron, 'Lion of the Covenant'

An Answere Unto the Confutation of John Nichols by Dudley Fenner

An Answere Unto the Confutation of John Nichols by Dudley Fenner

"An Answere Unto the Confutation of John Nichols his Recantation, in all pointes of any weight conteyned in the same: Especially in the matters of Doctrine, of Purgatorie, Images, the Popes honor, and the ques... More

Hezekiah Holland

Hezekiah Holland

The true effigies of Hezekiah Holland, Minister of the Gospell at Sutton Valence in Kent, engraving published by W. Richardson, London, 1812

The Snake in the Grass or Satan Transform'd to an Angel of Light

The Snake in the Grass or Satan Transform'd to an Angel of Light

"The Snake in the Grass or Satan Transform'd to an Angel of Light," title page by Richard Gaywood, paper, etching, 148 mm x 93 mm. At the sides are a Puritan and a Covenanter above an author writing. Courtesy ... More

Execution of the Rev. James Guthrie, Edinburgh 1661

Execution of the Rev. James Guthrie, Edinburgh 1661

Guthrie, minister at Stirling, was the second man (after the Duke of Argyll) to be executed for opposing Charles II's reintroduction of episcopacy after the Restoration of 1660. He is reported to have lifted t... More

Blackley Chapel plan, c. 1603

Blackley Chapel plan, c. 1603

1854 transcription of a c.1603 plan of the seating allocation in Blackley Chapel, a centre of Puritan preaching in Manchester parish.

Defence Of Church-Government 01

Defence Of Church-Government 01

Title page of "A defence of church-government, exercised in presbyteriall, classicall, & synodall assemblies, according to the practise of the reformed churches," an important Presbyterian polemic published in... More