Primary Sources

A letter to a member of Parliament on the account of some present transactions (1689) by John Lightfoot
A letter to Dr. E. Hyde, in answer to one of his, occasioned by the late insurrection at Salisbury (1655) by John Ley
A letter to Her Highness the Duchess of York (1683) by George Morley
A lettter sent from a worthy divine…Together with a prayer (1642) by Adoniram Byfield
A mariage praier, or Succinct meditations (1624) by Thomas Gataker
A memento to young and old: or, The young man’s remembrancer, and the old man’s monitor (1669) by John Maynard
A memoriall concerning peace ecclesiasticall amongst Protestants (1641) by John Dury
A message sent from the Kingdome of Scotland to His Highnesse the Prince of VVales: by the Right Hononrable [sic] the Earle of Lauderdaile. (1648) by Richard Byfield
A method for meditation (1651) by James Ussher
A mistake, or misconstruction, removed (1646) by Thomas Gataker
A model of church-government (1647) by John Dury
A model of true spiritual thankfulnesse (1646) by Thomas Case
A modell of the government of the Church under the Gospel, by presbyters, proved out of the holy Scriptures (1646) by George Walker
A modest advertisement concerning the present controversie about church-government (1641) by George Morley
A monitor of mortalitie, in two sermons (1643) by John Ley
A monitor of mortality, the second sermon (1643) by John Ley
A most compendious direction to all that desire to be made meete partakers of the Lords Supper (1622) by Cornelius Burges
A most grave, and modest confutation (1644) by William Rathband
A most noble speech spoken by the Lord Cambel of Lorne. one of his Majesties most Honourable Privie Counsell of Scotland (1641) by Archibald Campbell
A most true and exact relation of both the battels fought by his Excellency and his forces against the bloudy cavelliers (1642) by Nathaniel Fiennes