Secondary Sources ~ The Westminster Assembly

A short introduction to the Westminster Assembly and its work by Roland S. Ward (WA)
A sketch of the rise and progress of Non-conformity and religious liberty, chiefly in relation to the English Independents; an address occasioned by the exhibition, at the Rusholme Road Chapel school rooms, Manchester, of the painting by J.R. Herbert representing the Independents advocating toleration in the Westminster Assembly by James Griffin (WA)
A Study in the Westminster Doctrine of the Relation of the Civil Magistrate to the Church by Robley J. Johnston (WA)
A Study in the Westminster Doctrine of the Relation of the Civil Magistrate to the Church (Continued) by Robley J. Johnston (WA)
A Study in the Westminster Doctrine of the Relation of the Civil Magistrate to the Church. by Robley J. Johnston (WA)
A Study of the Scottish Covenanters on Church Government by Yohahn Su (WA)
Address from the committee of Synod to the office-bearers and members of the Presbyterian church of Canada on the subject of the commemoration of the Westminster assembly by Presbyterian Church of Canada and Church of Scotland (WA)
Addresses at the celebration of the two hundred fiftieth Anniversary of the Westminster Assembly, by the general assembly of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America by William H. Roberts (WA)
Addresses delivered at the Westminster Celebration of the Synod of Alabama convened at Tuscaloosa, Ala., December 8, 1897. by E. P. and A. B. Davis and Curry (WA)
Aërius redivivus: or the history of the Presbyterians. Containing the beginnings, progresse, and successes of that active sect. Their oppositions to monarchical and episcopal government. Their innovations in the church; and their imbroilments of the kingdoms and estates of Christendom in the pursuit of their designs. From the year 1536 to the year 1647. By Peter Heylyn, D.D. and chaplain to Charles I. and Charles II. monarchs of Great Britain. The second edition. London: printed by Robert Battersby for Christopher Wilkinson at the Black Boy over against S. Dunstans Church, and Thomas Archer under the Dial of S. Dunstans Church in Fleetstreet, and John Crosley in Oxford, 1672. by Peter Heylyn (WA)