Title: A modest plea for private mens preaching. Or An answer to a booke intituled, Private men no pulpit men; composed by Master Giles Workman.: Wherein the thing in controversie is briefly debated; the examination of private mens preaching examined; also certain accusations wip'd away and removed.
Author: Knowles, John, fl. 1646-1668.
Publication info: London : s.n., Printed in the year 1648.
subjects: [Lay preaching -- England] [Workman, Giles, -- 1604 or 5-1665. -- Private men no pulpit men]
Title: A long-vvinded lay lecture.: Wherein the licentiousnesse of this lewd and lying age, in perverting the sacred texts of Scripture, and the divine dictates of the Fathers, to the scandall of the church, and ruine of our nation, is poetically presented, to the view of all such as feare God and the King, and meddle not with those that are given to change.
Author: Lover of (and Sufferer for) the Truth.
Publication info: [London : s.n.], Printed in the yeare 1647.
subjects: [Lay preaching -- England] [Great Britain -- Church history]
Title: The case considered & resolved: whether Mr. Brooks his pills to purge malignants were prescribed from ignorance, malice, or both, or, (Mr Tho. Brooks his inside turn'd outward). Wherein all godly, humble, and ingenious Christians, whether in a congregational way or other, are concerned, to inquire into the truth ... presented in generall to the inhabitants of Margarets New Fish-street, but more particularly for the consideration of himself, and those of his congregation ... also friendly advice to an unfriendly neighbour, desiring him for the time to come to abstain from reviling such persons as he never spake word to, nor they to him.
Author: Parham, Richard.
Publication info: London : Printed by R.A. for William Larnar at the Black-Moor's-head near Fleet-Bridge, 1653.
subjects: [Brooks, Thomas, 1608-1680. -- Cases considered and resolved] [Church of England -- Clergy -- Appointment, call, and election -- Early works to 1800] [Lay preaching -- England -- Early works to 1800]
Title: New preachers, nevv.: Greene the feltmaker, Spencer the horserubber, Quartermine the brewers Clarke, with some few others, that are mighty sticklers in this new kinde of talking trade, which many ignorant coxcombes call preaching. Whereunto is added the last tumult in Fleetstreet, raised by the disorderly preachment, pratings, and pratling of Mr. Barebones the leather-seller, and Mr. Greene the felt-maker, on Sunday last the 19. of Decemb.
Author: Taylor, John, 1580-1653.
Publication info: [London] : Printed for G.T., in the year 1641.
subjects: [Lay preaching -- England] [Dissenters, Religious -- England] [Barebon, Praisegod, -- 1596?-1679] [Greene, John, -- Feltmaker] [Quartermine, -- Brewers clarke] [Spencer, John, -- Groom]