79 items found

Documents relating to the proceedings against William Prynne in 1634 and 1637: with a biographical fragment by the late John Bruce (1877)

A voluminous author without judgment

Isaac Disraeli

William Prynne, of Swainswick and Lincoln's Inn: a paper read before the Bath Literary and Philosophical Association, October 18th, 1878

Jerom Murch (Sir)

William Prynne (1600-1669)

Charlotte G. Boger

Marginal Prynne, 1600-1669 (1963)

William Montgomerie Lamont

The perpetuitie of a regenerate man's estate (1626)

William Prynne

The Soveraigne power of parliaments and kingdomes: divided into foure parts, together with an appendix (1643)

William Prynne

The history of King John, King Henry III, and the most illustrious King Edward I (1670)

William Prynne

Brief animadversions on, amendments of, and additional explanatory records to the fourth part of the institutes of the Lawes of England (1669)

William Prynne

Canterburies Doome, or, The first part of a compleat history of the commitment, charge, tryall, condemnation, execution of William Laud, late Arch-Bishop of Canterbury (1646)

William Prynne

Independency examined, unmasked, refuted (1644)

William Prynne

A full reply to certaine briefe observations and anti-queries on Master Prynne's twelve questions about church government (1644)

William Prynne

The lyar confounded (1645)

William Prynne

The first part of an historical collection of the ancient parliaments of England (1649)

William Prynne

A vindication of Psalme 105.15 (1644)

William Prynne

A vindication of foure serious questions of grand importance, concerning excommunication, and suspention from the sacrament of the Lord's Supper (1645)

William Prynne

The opening of the greate seale of England (1643)

William Prynne

Twelve considerable serious questions touching church government (1644)

William Prynne

Diotrephes catechised; or, sixteen important questions touching the ecclesiastical jurisdiction and censures (1646)

William Prynne

An humble remonstrance against the tax of ship-money lately imposed: laying open the illegality, injustice, abuses, and inconveniences thereof... (1643)

William Prynne

The sword of Christian magistracy supported; or, a full vindication of Christian kings and magistrates authority (1647)

William Prynne

Truth triumphing over falsehood, antiquity over novelty (1645)

William Prynne

Ten considerable quaeries concerning tithes (1659)

William Prynne

A moderate, seasonable apology for indulging just Christian liberty to truly tender consciences (1662)

William Prynne

A revindication of the anoynting and priviledges of faithfull subjects (1643)

William Prynne

The levellers levelled to the very ground (1647)

William Prynne

A true and full relation of the prosecution, arraignment, tryall and condemnation of Nathaniel Fiennes (1644)

William Prynne

An exact catalogue of all printed books and papers of various subjects: written upon sundry occasions by William Prynne esq, a bencher of the Honourable Society of Lincolns Inn, before, during, since ... (1978)

William Prynne

William Prynne, of Swainswick and Lincoln's Inn: a paper read before the Bath Literary and Philosophical Association, October 18th, 1878 (1878)

Jerom Murch (Sir)

Mont-Orgueil Castle: its history and its ruins (1870?)

Augustus Aspley Le Gros

The tryal of William Prynn Esq; in the Star-Chamber, in ... 1633, for writing and publishing a book entitled Histriomastix ..., together with the tryals of Michael Sparkes for printing, and of ... (1719)

Thomas Salmon

Proceedings in the Star-Chamber against Dr John Bastwick, Mr Henry Burton, and William Prynne Esq; for several libels, the 14th of June 1637 (1730)

Thomas Salmon

The title of kings proved to be jure divino, and the King Charles II was the rightful and lawful heir to the crown of England, and that the life of his father K.Charles I was taken away unjustly, ... ([1705?])

William Prynne

A brief narrative of the manner how divers members of the House of Commons, that were illegally and unjustly imprisoned or secluded by the Armies force, in December 1648 and May 7 1659 ... (1660)

William Prynne

The re-publicans and others spurious good old cause, briefly and truly anatomized ... (1659)

William Prynne

A legal resolution of two important quæres of general present concernment. Clearly demonstrating from out statute, common and canon laws, the bounden duty of ministers, & vicars of parish church, to ... (1656)

William Prynne

Prynne the Member reconciled to Prynne the barrester, or and answer to a scandalous pamphlet, inituled, Prynne against Prynne ... (1649)

William Prynne

A breife memento to the present unparliamentary junto touching their present intentions and proceedings to depose and execute, Charles Steward, their lawfull King (1648 [i.e.1649])

William Prynne

Certain briefe observations and antiquaeries on Master Prin's Twelve questions about church government ... (1644)

Goodwin, John

Romes master-peece: or, the grand conspiracy of the Pope and his Jesuited instruments, to extirpate the Protestant religion, re-establish Popery, subvert lawes, liberties, peace, parliaments, by ... (1644)

William Prynne

Suspention suspended: or, the divines of Syon-Colledge late claim of the power of suspending scandalous persons from the Lords Supper ... refuted ... (1646)

William Prynne

God, no imposter, nor deluder: or, an answer to a Popish and Arminian cavill, in the defence of free-will, and universall grace ... (1630)

William Prynne

Anti-Arminianisme: or, the Church of Englands old antithesis to new Arminianisme ... (1630)

William Prynne

The signal loyalty and devotion of Gods true saints and pious Christians towards their kings ... (1660)

William Prynne

A short sober pacific examination of some exuberances in, and ceremonial appurtenances to the common prayer... (1661)

William Prynne

Demophilos: or, the assertor of the peoples liberty ... (1658)

William Prynne

A briefe survay and censure of Mr Cozens his couzening devotions ... (1628)

William Prynne

The Lord's Supper briefly vindicated ... (1658)

William Prynne

Jus patronatus: or, a briefe legal and rational plea for advowsons, or patrons ancient, lawfull, just and equitable rights and titles to present incumbents to parish churches of vicaridges, upon ... (1654)

William Prynne

A seasonable, legall, and historicall vindication and chronologicall collection of the good, old, fundamentall liberties, franchises, rights, laws of all English freemen ... (1654)

William Prynne