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Hickeringill, Edmund, 1631-1708 National Library of Australia National Library of the Netherlands-test German National Library Library of Congress/NACO ISNI-test

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The black non-conformist discover'd in more Naked truth proving that excommunication, confirmation (the two great episcopal appurtenances) & diocesan bishops, are not, as now in use, of divine but human make and shape, and that not only some lay-men but all the keen-cringing clergy are non-conformists ... Library of Congress/NACO
A burlesque poem in praise of ignorance The greatest part thereof composed eight and fisty years ago by Edmund Hickeringill. National Library of the Netherlands-test
The ceremony-monger, his character In ten chapters. I. Of bowing to the altar. II. Of implicit faith. III. Of reading dons. IV. Of reading alternately atbanasius's creed, &c. V. Of bowing to the name of Jesu. VI. Of unlighted candles on the altar. In the conclusion. I. Of sureties in baptism. II. Of escapes in the common-prayer. III. Of bishops. IV. Of ordination. Of the nature of a libel, and scandalum maganatum. And, in the conclusion, hinting at some mathematical untruths; and what bishops were, are, and should be. By the late E. Hickeringill, rector of the Rectory of All-Saints, in Colchester. National Library of the Netherlands-test
Curse ye Meroz, or The fatal doom. In a sermon preached in Guild-hall-chappel London, before the Right Honorable the Lord Mayor and court of aldermen, May the 9th 1680 xR Extended Titles-test
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Essays Concerning I. Excommunications in times of popery. II. Canon-laws and ecclesiastical tyranny. III. Excommunications in these times. IV. The Writ de excommunicato capiendo. V. Sacrilege, consecrating churches, and baptizing bells. VI. Absolutions and excommunications, as meer politick tools, and belonging to the regale, not pontificale. VII. Probate of wills and administrations, and spiritual courts. By Edmund Hickeringill, rector of all-saints in Colchester. National Library of the Netherlands-test
Essays Part II. Concerning I. Ordinations and the indelible character. II. Heresy, symony, ordinations, and the indelible character more largely. III. Universities, general councils, synods, convocations, the fathers, and school-divinity. IV. Visitations, and canonical obedience. V. Blasphemy. And in the conclusion, of High-Church, whether tis built on Right-Divine, or rather on humane-right (forsooth!) perhaps on neither. By Edmund Hickeringill, rector of all-saints in Colchester. National Library of the Netherlands-test
Good old cause, or, the divine captain characteriz'd in a sermon (not preach'd, nor needful to be preach'd, in any place so properly as in a camp) xR Extended Titles-test
History of whiggism, or, the whiggish-plots, principles and practices mining and countermining the tory-plots and principles in the reign of king charles the first, during the conduct of affaires under the influence of the three great minions and favourites buckingham, laud, and strafford, and the sad forre-runners and prologues to that fatal year to england and ireland 41 : wherein, as in a mirrour, is shown the face of the late (we do not say the present) times xR Extended Titles-test
Horrid sin of man-catching explain'd in a sermon upon jer. 5, 25, 26 preach'd at colchester july 10, 1681 xR Extended Titles-test Library of Congress/NACO
Jamaica viewed: with all the ports, harbours, and their several soundings, towns, and settlements thereunto belonging. Together, with the nature of its climate, fruitfulness of the soil, and its suitableness to English complexions xR Extended Titles-test Library of Congress/NACO
The late famous tryal of Mr. Hickeringill, rector of the rectory of All-Saints, in Colchester, and author of The naked-truth, the second part : with an information exhibited against him for barretry, in XXIV articles, to make good the charge against him at the suit of the King, (as in course, but really) prosecuted by one Maltcher, and one Morris, a proctor in the spiritual courts : at the assizes in nisi prius held at Chelmsford, March 3, 1680, before Mr. Baron Weston, where and when, he was accused (amongst other things) for writing the said book, called The naked-truth, the second part ... Library of Congress/NACO
The mushroom, 1682: Library of Congress/NACO
Mushroom, or, a satyr against libelling tories and prelatical tantivies in answer to a satyr against sedition called the meddal, by the author of absalom and achitophel xR Extended Titles-test Library of Congress/NACO
Naked truth. Part 3 Library of Congress/NACO
Naked truth. Part 4 Library of Congress/NACO
The Parliament-tacks inquir'd into : I. Whether it has been usual, useful, or necessary : II. Whether the late designed tack of 134 was either usual, useful, or necessary Library of Congress/NACO
Reflections on a late libel, intituled, Observations on a late famous sermon, intituled, Curse ye Meroz Library of Congress/NACO
Scandalum magnatum, or, The great trial at Chelmnesford assizes held March 6, for the county of Essex, betwixt Henry, Bishop of London, plantiff, and Edm. Hickeringill rector of the rectory of All-Saints in Colchester, defendant, faithfully related : together with the nature of the writ call'd supplicavit ... granted against Mr. Hickeringill ... as also the articles sworn against him, by six proctors of doctors-commons xR Extended Titles-test National Library of the Netherlands-test Library of Congress/NACO
Speech without-doors, or, some modest inquiries humbly proposed to the right honourable the convention of estates assembled at westminster, jan. 22, 1688/9 : concerning i. bigotism, or religious madness. ii. tests, and the present test in particular. iii penal laws in matters of religion. iv. the necessity of changing and recanting our opinions in religion. v. restraint of the press xR Extended Titles-test Library of Congress/NACO
Test or tryal of the goodness & value of spiritual-courts in two queries i. whether the statute of i edw. 6.2. be in force (against them) at this day, obliging them to summon and cite the kings subjects (not in their own names and styles, as now they do, but) in the name and stile of the kings majesty (as in the kings courts temporal) and under the seal of the kings arms? ii. whether any of the cannon-law, or how much of the cannon-law is (at this day) the law of england, in courts christian, highly necessary to be perused by all those that have been, or may be cited to appear at doctors commons xR Extended Titles-test
The vindication of the character of priest-craft The second edition, with additions, which utterly silences (as well as consutes) all answers (hitherto published, and more properly are called) silly cavils, and ridiculous buffoonry, than solid answers. By Edmund Hickeringill, rector of All-Saints in Colchester. National Library of the Netherlands-test
Vindication of the naked truth, the second part against the trivial objections and exceptions, of one fullwood, stiling himself, d.d. archdeacon of totnes in devonshire, in a libelling pamphlet with a bulky and imboss'd title, calling it leges angliæ, or, the lawfulness of ecclesiastical jurisdiction in the church of england : in answer to mr. hickeringill's naked truth, the second part xR Extended Titles-test Library of Congress/NACO

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