Assembly Documents

Petition to both houses of parliament for ministers and elders to be permitted to carry out the discipline of the church, 7/31/1645 (5:228-231)
Petition to both houses of parliament for the establishment of presbyteries, 2/13/1646 (5:298-299)
Petition to both houses of parliament regarding the printing of Bibles, 2/17/1646 (5:299)
Petition to both houses of parliament requesting permission to print a response to the dissenting brethren’s Remonstrance, 12/11/1645 (5:263)
Petition to the committee for plundered ministers, 10/20/1643 (5:26)
Petition to the House of Commons about clandestine marriages, 10/25/1643 (5:27)
Petition to the House of Commons against antinomian teachers, 8/10/1643 (5:22-23)
Petition to the House of Commons against antinomian teachers, 10/10/1643 (5:26)
Petition to the House of Commons for arrears in pay, 1/8/1645 (5:165-166)
Petition to the House of Commons regarding the divine right of church discipline, 6/16/1645 (5:198-199)
Petition to the House of Lords for a registry of all presentations, 2/19/1647 (5:316-317)
Petition to the House of Lords for an order that the papers of the assembly be printed only by specified persons, 1/24/1648 (5:337)
Preface for the directory for public worship submitted to both houses of parliament, 11/20/1644 (5:118-120)
Protest to both houses of parliament against its ordinance for suspension from the Lord’s supper, 3/20/1646 (5:300-302)
Public announcement of a day of prayer for parliament’s forces in the West Country, 6/30/1645 (5:203)
Reasons of the dissenting brethren against the proofs from the instance of the church of Ephesus, submitted to both houses of parliament, 12/12/1644 (5:141-142)
Remonstrance of the dissenting brethren concerning reasons why they did not think fit to bring in their model of government, 10/13/1645 (5:252-256)
Report for the House of Commons on the solemn league and covenant, 8/31/1643 (5:24-25)
Report to the committee for plundered ministers on Thomas Reynolds, 6/4/1646 (4:304)
Report to the committee for plundered ministers on Thomas Watts, 6/5/1646 (5:305)