A. SENT TO THE PRESS BY THE AUTHOR HIMSELF
1. Epitome Lexici Hebraici, Syrian, Rabinici, et Arabici. London, 1635.
2. Of the Government of Churches, a Discourse pointing at the Primitive Form. Cambridge, 1641.
3. Of Religious Assemblies and the Public Service of God, a Discourse according to Apostolicall Rule and Practice. Cambridge, 1642.
4. A Discourse of the Right of the Church in a Christian State. ... With a Review by way of Appendix. London, 1649.
5. Two Discourses, the one of the Primitive Government of Churches, the other of the Service of God at the Assemblies of the Church, now enlarged with a Review. Cambridge, 1650.
6. A Letter Concerning the Present State of Religion amongst us. Printed secretly, 1656.
7. Variantes in Syriaca Versions Veteris Testamenti Lectiones. In the Polyglot Bible, tom. vi. London, 1657.
8. An Epilogue to the Tragedy of the Church of England, being a Necessary Consideration and Brief Resolution of the Chief Controversies in Religion that divide the Western Church: Occasioned by the Present Calamity of the Church of England. London, 1659.
9. The Due Way of Composing the Differences on Foot, preserving the Church. London, 1660.
10. Just Weights and Measures: that is, The Present State of Religion Weighed in the Balance and Measured by the Standard of the Sanctuary. London, 1662.
11. A Discourse of the Forbearance or the Penalties which a Due Reformation requires. London, 1670.
12. De Ratione ac Iure Finiendi Controversias Ecclesiae Disputatio. London, 1670.
B. PRINTED FROM MSS. PRESERVED AT THE CHAPTER LIBRARY OF WESTMINSTER, AND PUBLISHED IN THE 5TH AND 6TH VOLUMES OF HIS THEOLOGICAL WORKS IN THE LIBRARY OF ANGLO-CATHOLIC THEOLOGY. London, 1854 and 1856.
1. The Right of the Christian State in Church Matters, according to the Scriptures. Ante 1659.
2. The Church's Right to Tithes, as Found in Scripture. Circ. 1658-9.
3. The Church's Power of Excommunication, as Found in Scripture. Circ, 1658-9.
4. The Church's Legislative Power, as Found in Scripture. Circ. 1658-9.
5. The True Principle of Comprehension. Anno 1667.
6. The Plea of Weakness and Tender Consciences Discussed and Answered, in a Discourse upon Romans xv. i. Anno 1667-8.
7. The Reformation of the Church of England better than that of the Council of Trent: or A short Resolution of the Controversies between the Churches of England and Rome. Anno 1671-2.
N.B.--The titles given to the above were devised by the editor, Mr. Arthur West Haddan.