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Peters, Hugh, 1598-1660 German National Library National Library of the Netherlands Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Ireland National Library of Australia National Library of Israel

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هيو بيترز Wikidata

VIAF ID: 5362815 (Personal)


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Church-government and church-covenant discussed : in an answer of the elders of the severall churches in New-England to two and thirty questions, sent over to them by divers ministers in England, to declare their judgments therein. Together with an apologie of the said elders in New-England for church-covenant, sent over in answer to Master Bernard in the yeare 1639. As also in an answer to nine positions about church-government. And now published for the satisfaction of all who desire resolution in those points. National Library of the Netherlands
A complete reprint of Good work for a good magistrate (1651) : a programme of the English Revolution Library of Congress/NACO
Digitus Dei National Library of the Netherlands
Digitvs Dei, or Good Newes from Holland. Sent to the wor. John Treffry and John Trefvses, Esquires. As also to all that have shot arrows agaynst Babels Brat, and wish well to Sion whersouer. National Library of the Netherlands
A dying father's last legacy. - German National Library
Gods doing, and mans duty, opened in a sermon preached before both houses of Parliament, 1646: Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Ireland German National Library
Knipselmap mei artikels oer en/of fan Hugh Peter/Hugo Petri National Library of the Netherlands
Last report of the English wars German National Library Library of Congress/NACO
A letter from Ireland read in the House of Commons on Friday Septemb. 28. 1649. From Mr. Hugh Peters, Minister of Gods word, and Chaplain to the Lord Lieutenant Cromwell. Of the taking of Tredagh in Ireland, 3552 of the enenies slain, amongst which Sir Arthur Aston the governour, Coll. Castles, Cap. Simmons, and other slain. And the losse on both sides. Also the taking of Trim, and Dundalk. And the Lord Leiutenants marching against Kilkenny. A letter from Ireland, Imprimatur Hen: Scobell. Cleric. Parliamenti. National Library of Ireland
Milke for babes. - German National Library
Reflections on a late libel, intituled, Observations on a late famous sermon, intituled, Curse ye Meroz National Library of Ireland
The tales and jests. - German National Library
The trials of Charles the First, and of some of the regicides : with biographies of Bradshaw, Ireton, Harrison, and others : and with notes. Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Ireland
A true relation of the passages of Gods providence in a voyage for Ireland. With the additionall forces sent for reducing of that kingdome by his Maiesie [sic], and Paliament [sic]. Wherein every dayes worke is set downe faithfully by H.P. an eye-witnesse thereof, under the command of Alexander L. Forbes, Lieutenant Generall under the L. Brooke for that service; from the 29. of June to the 29. of September. 1642. Likewise, severall observations concerning that kingdome, and the warres there: as also, the interception of the enemies letters. It is ordered by the committe of the Commmons [sic] House of Parliament concerning printing this 20. day of Octob. 1642. that this booke intituled, A true relation of the passages of Gods providence in a voyage for Ireland, be forthwith printed and published. Iohn White. German National Library National Library of Ireland
The tryall and condemnation of Mr. John Cooke, sollicitor to the late High-court of injustice, and Mr. Hugh Peters, that carnall prophet, for their several high-treasons, &c. : at the Sessions-house in the Old-baily, on Saturday the 13. of October, 1660 : together with, their several pleas, and the answers thereunto. Library of Congress/NACO
A way propounded. - [1659] German National Library
The way to the peace and settlement of those nations, fully discovered in two letters, delivered to His late Highnesse, and one to the presente Parliament, as also one to His Highnesse Richard lord protector, of England, Scotland, and Ireland, &c. Library of Congress/NACO

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