Divorce -- Law and legislation -- England -- Early works to 1800
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- The famous tryal in B.R. between Thomas Neale, Esq. and the late Lady Theadosia Ivy the 4th of June, 1684, before the Right Honourable the late Lord Jeffreys, lord chief justice of England, for part of Shadwell in the county of Middlesex ... together with a pamphlet heretofore writ ... by Sir Thomas Ivy ... ([S.l.: s.n.], 1696), by Elam Mossam, Theadosia Stepkins Ivy, Thomas Neale, Thomas. Alimony arraigned Ivie, and England and Wales. Court of King's Bench (HTML at EEBO TCP)
- [The] Judgment of the reformed churches that a man may lawfully not only put away his vvife for her adultery, but also marry another. (London : printed for Andrew Crook at the Green Dragon in Pauls Churchyard, 1652) (HTML at EEBO TCP)
- Tetrachordon: expositions upon the foure chief places in scripture, which treat of mariage, or nullities in mariage. On Gen.I.27.28. compar'd and explain'd by Gen.184.108.40.206. Deut.24.1.2. Matth.5.31.32. with Matth.19. from the 3d.v. to the 11th. I Cor.7. from the 10th to the 16th. Wherein the doctrine and discipline of divorce, as was lately publish'd, is confirm'd by explanation of scripture, by testimony of ancient fathers, of civill lawes in the primitive church, of famousest reformed divines, and lastly, by an intended act of the Parlament and Church of England in the last eyare of Edvvard the sixth. / By the former author J.M. (London: : [s.n.], Printed in the yeare 1645), by John Milton (HTML at EEBO TCP)
- A defence of the iudgment of the Reformed churches. That a man may lawfullie not onelie put awaie his wife for her adulterie, but also marrie another. / Wherin both Robert Bellarmin the Iesuites Latin treatise, and an English pamphlet of a namelesse author mainteyning the contrarie are co[n]futed by Iohn Raynolds. A taste of Bellarmins dealing in controversies of religion: how he depraveth Scriptures, misalleagthe [sic] fathers, and abuseth reasons to the perverting of the truth of God, and poisoning of his Churche with errour.. ([Dordrecht] : Printed [by George Walters], anno 1609), by John Rainolds (HTML at EEBO TCP)
- Reasons for the Earl of Maclesfeld's bill in Parliament for dissolving the marriage between him and his wife, and illegitimating her spurious issue ([S.l. : s.n., 1697?]) (HTML at EEBO TCP)