J. B. -- (John Butler)
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Filed under: J. B. -- (John Butler) -- True state of the case|
- A discourse on fornication shewing the greatness of that sin, and examining the excuses pleaded for it, from the examples of antient times : to which is added an appendix concerning concubinage : as also a remark on Mr. Butler's explication of Hebr. xiii, 4 in his late book on that subject / by J. Turner ... (London : Printed for John Wyat ..., 1698), by John Turner (HTML at EEBO TCP)
- Concubinage and poligamy disprov'd, or, The divine institution of marriage betwixt one man, and one woman only, asserted in answer to a book, writ by John Butler, B.D. for which he was presented as follows : We the grand jury, sworn to enquire for the body of the city of London, on Wednesday, the first day of December, 1697, present one John Butler, for writing and publishing a wicked pamphlet : wherein he maintains concubinage to be lawful, and which may prove very destructive to divers families, if not timely suppress'd. (London : Printed for R. Baldwin ..., 1698) (HTML at EEBO TCP)
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Filed under: J. B. -- (John Bowater), d. 1704 -- Innocency cleared from lyes
Filed under: J. B. -- Some reflections upon the Earl of Danby, relating to the murther of Sir Edmundbury Godfrey
- Innocents no saints: or, A paire of spectacles for a dark-sighted Quaker. Whereby, if he be not wilfully blind, he may discern truth from lies. Being, a rejoynder to a paper lately published intituled, Innocency cleared from lies. In vindication of Samuel Smith, minister of the Word at Cressage in the county of Salop, from the calumnies of those pretended innocents. By E.D. (London : printed for Francis Tyton, and are to be sold at the Three Daggers in Fleet-street, 1658), by Edward Dodd (HTML at EEBO TCP)
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