Gods incomparable goodnesse unto Israel. Unfolded and applied (1647) by Simeon Ashe
Gods master-piece. A sermon tending to manifest Gods glorious appearing in the building up of Zion (1645) by Stephen Marshall
Gods providence, a sermon preached before the Honourable House of Commons (1642) by Edward Corbet
Gods rising, his enemies scattering (1644) by Thomas Case
Gods unusuall answer to a solemne fast (1644) by Thomas Coleman
Gods vvork of mercy, in Sions misery; laid out in a sermon preached before the Honourable House of Commons (1644) by John Strickland
Gods warning to England by the voyce of his rod. Delivered in a sermon (1644) by Henry Scudder
Gospell courage, or Christian resolution for God, and his truth (1643) by Andrew Perne
Haman’s vanity, or, A sermon displaying the birthlesse issues of church-destroying adversaries (1643) by Obadiah Sedgwick
Hamartolos hamartia: or, The sinfulnes of sin (1646) by Samuel Bolton
Heaven and earth embracing (1646) by Joseph Caryl
Heaven ravished: or A glorious prize, atchieved by an heroicall enterprize (1644) by Henry Hall
Hēmera apokalypseōs. The day of revelation of the righteous judgement of God (1645) by William Strong
Higay’on sela The commemoration and exaltation of mercy (1646) by William Strong
Hopes deferred and dashed (1645) by Thomas Coleman
Hopes incouragement pointed at in a sermon, preached in St. Margarets Westminster (1644) by Thomas Young
Immanuel, or The church triumphing in God with us. A sermon preached before the Right Honorable House of Lords (1644) by John Strickland
In answer to the Lord Arch-bishop of Canterburies last speech, and concerning the liturgie of the Church of England (1641) by William Fiennes
In the high court of Parliament the 17. of February (1643) by Benjamin Rudyerd
Ioabs counsell and King Davids seasonable hearing it (1643) by William Bridge
Israels call to march out of Babylon unto Jerusalem (1646) by John Dury
Israels peace with God Beniamines overthrow (1642) by William Carter
Israels petition in time of trouble. A sermon preached in St. Margarets Church at Westminster (1642) by Edward Reynolds
Israels prayer in time of trouble, with Gods gracious ansvver therunto (1645) by Edward Reynolds
Jerichoes dovvn-fall, as it was presented in a sermon preached in St. Margarets Westminster (1643) by Thomas Wilson
Jerusalems watch-men, the Lords remembrancers (1643) by Matthew Newcomen
Joseph paralled by the present Parliament, in his sufferings and advancement (1646) by Francis Woodcock
Joy out-joyed: or, joy in overcoming evil spirits and evil men, overcome by better joy (1646) by Joseph Caryl
Lex talionis: or, God paying every man in his own coyn (1646) by Francis Woodcock
Light in darknesse (1648) by William Carter
Magnalia Dei ab Aquilone (1644) by Richard Vines
Mans delinquencie attended by divine justice intermixt with mercy (1646) by William Price
Master Fynes his speech in Parliament (1642) by Nathaniel Fiennes
Master Glynn his speech in Parliament, on Wednesday, the fifth of Ianuary (1642) by John Glynne
Master Meynard his speech at the committee at Guild Hall in London on Thursday, Ianuary 6 (1642) by John Maynard
Master St. John his speech in Parliament, on Munday January the 17th an. Dom. 1641 (1642) by Oliver St. John
Master Strovvd his speech in Parliament, on Tuesday the third of January, in reply to the articles of high treason against himselfe, the Lord Kimbolton, Master Pym, Sir Arthur Haselrigg, Master Hambden, and Master Hollis, exhibited by his Majestie, wherein he cleareth himselfe concerning the same (1642) by William Strode
Mercy rejoycing against judgement: or, God waiting to be gracious to a sinfull nation (1645) by John Strickland
Meroz cursed, or, A sermon preached to the honourable House of Commons (1641) by Stephen Marshall
Miranda, stupenda. Or, The wonderfull and astonishing mercies which the Lord hath wrought for England (1646) by Henry Wilkinson, Jr.
Moderation justified, and the Lords being at hand emproved, in a sermon (1645) by Thomas Thorowgood
Mr. Glyn, his speech in Parliament, vpon the reading of the accusation of the House of Commons against Mr. Herbert the Kings attorney, for advising and drawing the accusation of high treason against the six worthy members of the House of Commons. (1642) by John Glynne
Mr. Maynards speech before both Houses in Parliament, upon Wednesday the xxiiijth. of March (1641) by John Maynard
Mr. Rouse his speech before the Lords at the transmission of Dr. Cossens March 16. 1640. (1641) by Francis Rous
Mr. Rowse his speech made in the lower House of Parliament the thirtieth of December, 1641 (1642) by Francis Rous
Mr. St.-Iohn’s speech to the Lords in the Vpper House of Parliament Ianuary 7, 1640. Concerning ship-money (1641) by Oliver St. John
Mr. VVhites speech in Parliament on Munday, the 17th. of January. Concerning the triall of the XII. bishops (1642) by John White
Nehemiah’s teares and prayers for Judah’s affliction, and the ruines and repaire of Jerusalem (1644) by John Greene
Oriens ab occidente: or, A dawning in the vvest. (1645) by John Bond
Phinehas’s zeal in execution of judgement. Or, A divine remedy for Englands misery (1645) by Edmund Staunton