London : Printed for Fincham Gardiner, 1683-1690.
11 pieces in 1 volume ; 21 cm
Binding: full calf; gilt spine with title: Tracts.
Formatted Contents Note
A vindication of the case of indifferent things (1684 ; 57 p.) The case of compelling men to the Holy Sacrament of the Lord's Supper (1684 ; , 52 p.) The case of the cross in baptism (1684 ; 38 p.) The case of peoples duty in living under a scandalous minister (S. Tidmarsh, 1684 ; 23 p.) A defence of the resolution of this case ... (B. Aylmer, 1684 ; 52 p.) The charge of scandal, and giving offence by conformity (, 46 p.) A discourse concerning conscience (1684 ; 59 p.) A discourse concerning the unreasonableness of new separation (R. Chiswell, 1689 ; , 42 p.) An answer to Vox Cleri, &tc. (B. Aylmer, 1690 ; 36 p.) A letter to a member of parliament in favour to the Bill for Uniting Protestants (R. Taylor, 1689 ; 8 p.) The state of the Church of Rome when the Reformation began (W. Rogers, 1688 ; , 34 p.)