The saints treasury (1654) by Jeremiah Burroughs
The saints, Gods precious treasure (1659) by Thomas Case
The sea-mans direction in time of storme. Delivered in a sermon (1640) by Jeremiah Burroughs
The Second and last collection of the late London ministers farewel sermons (1663) by Lazarus Seaman
The shepherd of Israel, or God’s pastoral care over his people (1658) by Obadiah Sedgwick
The sinfulnesse of sinne, and The fulnesse of Christ (1667) by William Bridge
The sound-hearted Christian: or, A treatise of soundness of heart: with several other sermons, as of believing (1670) by William Greenhill
The soveraignes power (1644) by James Ussher
The spring of strengthning grace in the Rock of Ages (1648) by Thomas Hill
The staves of beauty & bands. Opened in a sermon preached at Yarmouth, August 23. 1663 (1663) by Edward Reynolds
The strength of the saints to make Jesvs Christ their strength (1648) by Thomas Hill
The translation of a sinner from death to life, by the free grace of God (1648) by William Lyford
The true euangelical temper (1641) by John Jackson
The true way of uniting the people of God in these nations. Opened in a sermon (1660) by Peter Sterry
The tryal and triumph of faith (1645) by Samuel Rutherford
The two witnesses: discovered in severall sermons upon the eleventh chapter of the Revelation (1643) by Francis Woodcock
The valley of vision, or A clear sight of sundry sacred truths (1651) by Richard Holdsworth
The vvatchmans vvatchword (1642) by Richard Love
The vvorks of William Bridge. The third volume. (1649) by William Bridge
The way to true happinesse. Deliuered in XXIV. sermons vpon the Beatitudes (1632) by Robert Harris
The white robe: or, The surplice vindicated (1660) by Thomas Westfield
The white robe: or, The undefiled Christian clothed in a vvhite garment (1662) by Joseph Caryl
The Works of Robert Harris (1654) by Robert Harris
The works of the reverend and learned John Lightfoot D. D. (1684) by John Lightfoot
The works of William Bridge. The first volume (1649) by William Bridge
The works of William Bridge. The second volume (1649) by William Bridge
The worm that dyeth not, or Hell torments in the certainty and eternity of them plainly discovered in several sermons (1672) by William Strong
TheanthrĊpos: or, God-man: being an exposition upon the first eighteen verses of the first chapter of the Gospel according to St John. (1660) by John Arrowsmith
Three sermons concerning the sacred Trinity (1691) by John Wallis
Three sermons preached at Sherborne in Dorsetshire (1654) by William Lyford
Three sermons preached at the Collegiate Church in Manchester by Richard Heyricke. (1641) by Richard Heyrick
Three treatises of The vanity of the creature (1631) by Edward Reynolds
Threnoikos. : The house of mourning; furnished with directions for, preparations to, meditations of consolations at the houre of death (1640) by Daniel Featley
True gain; opened in a sermon preached at Pauls, Nov. 9. 1656 (1657) by Edward Reynolds
Truth and love happily married in the saints, and in the churches of Christ the contract drawn (1648) by Thomas Hill
Tvvo mariage sermons: the former on Prov. 19. 14. (1620) by Thomas Gataker
Twelve several books of Mr. William Bridge (1654) by William Bridge
Twenty five sermons (1664) by Ralph Brownrig
Twenty five sermons preached upon several occasions (1663) by Edward Reynolds
Twenty one several books of Mr William Bridge (1657) by William Bridge
Twenty sermons preached upon several occasions (1660) by Edward Reynolds
Two funeral sermons, much of one and the same subiect; to wit, the benefit of death (1620) by Thomas Gataker
Two sermons: I. The great things faith can do. II. The great things faith can suffer (1656) by William Bridge
Two sermons: tending to direction for Christian cariage, both in afflictions incumbent, and in judgements imminent (1623) by Thomas Gataker
Two sermons: viz. I. The diseases that make a stoppage to Englands mercies discovered, and attended with their remedies II. A preparation for suffering in these plundering times (1642) by William Bridge
Two sermons: wherein vve are taught, 1. Hovv to get, 2. How to keepe, 3. How to vse a good conscience. (1630) by Robert Harris
XXXI select sermons, preached on special occasions (1656) by William Strong