Browsing by Author "Lewis, John, Esquire."
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TextEEBO-TCP (Phase 1)Eyaggeloigrapha. Or, Some seasonable and modest thoughts, in order to the furtherance and promoting the affairs of religion, and the gospel, especially in Wales Mainly tending to the discovery of the evills of extreams, and the spirit of errour and dissention, that hinders the success, and the begetting of a due temper and moderation of judgement, with an universall love and peace amongst us. All, rationally, materially, and very moderately handled. By J.L. Esquire.Date of publication:
1659Author(s):Description:J.L. = John Lewis. The first word in title is in Greek letters. Imperfect: pgs. 21-24 lacking. Reproduction of the original at the British Library.This item contains 4 files (1.41 MB).Publicly Available
TextEEBO-TCP (Phase 1)Contemplations upon these times, or The Parliament explained to Wales. Digested into three parts. I. Containing, a brief, faithfull, and pithy history of the Parliament, ... II. Cleer resolutions of such doubts, as his countrymen of Wales are not so well satisfied in, as could be wished: which are reduced to these 3 points, touching the [brace] King. Covenant. Common-Prayer-Book. III. A closer application unto the state of Wales, ... / Written by a gentleman, a cordiall well-wisher of his countries happinesse.Date of publication:
1646Author(s):Description:Dedication signed: John Lewis. The words "King. .. Common-Prayer-Book." are bracketed together on title page. Annotation on Thomason copy: "Aug: 10th". Reproduction of the original in the British Library.This item contains 4 files (942.3 KB).Publicly Available