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8. [O thriambos tēs alētheias] Truth's tryumph; or, The day of the Lord broken forth, to the discovery of deceit, deceivableness, though never so secretly acted in the dark, or, something added in reply to Fra. Holcraft his six sheets of paper, wherein his spirit is unmask'd, and his bitterness and unchristian-like expressions laid before him (and others), that if possible he may be sensible of his folly, and repent of all his hard speeches and blasphemies against God, his truth and people

13. The oath of allegiance

14. The oath of allegiance

15. The Oath of allegiance

16. The oath of allegiance

17. The oath of allegiance and the national covenant proved to be non-obliging: or, three several papers on that subject; viz. 1. Two positions, with several reasons of them, and consequences flowing from thence. 2. An answer to the said positions. 3. A reply to the said answer, wherein the truth of the positions is vindicated, and the oath of allegiance, and the national covenant are made non-obliging

26. The Oath of the kings of England taken out of the Parliament rolle, I. H. 4. N. 17 likewise propositions made by both Houses of Parliament to the kings Majesty for a reconciliation of the differences betweene His Majesty and the said Houses : whereunto is annexed two orders of Parliamnet : the one concerning the jewels of the crowne : the other for the speedy returne of the members of the honourable House of Commons by the 16. of this moneth of Iune, 1642

27. The oath of the kings of England, taken out of the Parliament rolle, I. H. 4. N. 17. Likewise propositions made by both Houses of Parliament, to the Kings Majesty, for a reconciliation of the differences betweene his Majesty, and the said houses. Die Iovis 2. die Iunii, 1642. Ordered by the Lords in Parliament, that these propositions shall be forthwith printed and published. Io. Brown Cleric. Parliamentorum. Whereunto is annexed two orders of Parliament, the one concerning the jewels of the crowne: the other for the speedy returne of the members of the honourable House of Commons by the 16. of this moneth of Iune, 1642

30. The oath taken by the Parliament of England concerning the maintenance of the Protestant religion and the advancement of His Majesties honour and regall prerogative : whereunto is annexed the oath of the dukes, earles, barons, gentry, and commonalty of His Majesties kingdome of Scotland : wherein is declared their great care to maintaine and defend the Gospell and the professors thereof : and also their loyall intentions towards His Majesty and his heires promising to use all carefull meanes to fulfill His Majesties just and royall commands : also a declaration of both Houses of Parliament concerning severall matters of great importance

31. The oath taken by the Parliament of England. Concerning the maintenance of the Protestant religion, and the advancement of His Majesties honour and regall prerogative. Whereunto is annexed the oath of the dukes, earles, barons, gentry and commonalty of His Majesties Kingdome of Scotland. Wherein is declared their great care to maintaine and defend the Gospell, and the professors thereof; and also their loyall intentions towards His Majesty and his heires, promising to use all carefull meanes, to fulfill his Majesties just and royall commands. Ordered by the House of Commons that this be printed &c. Hen. Elsing. Cler. Parl. D. Com, also a declaration of both Houses of Parliament, concerning severall matters of great importance. And ordered to be printed. Iohn Browne, Cler. Parliament

35. The Oathes of obedience

38. Oaths no gospel ordinance but prohibited by Christ being in answer to A. Smallwood, D.D. to his book lately published, being a sermon preached at Carlile, 1664, wherein he hath laboured to prove swearing lawful among Christians, his reasons and arguments are weighed and answered, and the Doctrines of Christ vindicated against the conceptions and interpretations of men, who would make it void

39. The oaths of allegiance & supremacy

40. The oaths of allegiance & supremacy

41. The oaths of allegiance & supremacy