British Sabbatarian Literature
Anonymous, The Moralite of the Fourth Commandment, 1652, M26171A, UMI, 86.
Cox, Robert, The Literature of the Sabbath Question (Edinburgh: MacLachlan & Stewart, 1865).
Bampfield, Francis, All in One, London, 1671. A Name, An After-One, London, 1681.
Brabourne, Theophilus, A Discourse upon the Sabbath Day, 1628. A Defence Of the most Ancient and Sacred ordinance of Godís, the Sabbath Day, 1632. Of the Sabbath Day, Which is now the highest controversie in the Church of England, ca. 1660.
James, John, "The True and Perfect Speech of John James . . . ," London, 1661. Ann Arbor, Michigan, UMI, Wing, J430-J431.
Katz, David S., Sabbath and Sectarianism in 17th-Century England, E.J. Brill, 224 pages, 1988.
Ockford, James, The Doctrine of the Fourth Commandment, Deformed by Popery, Reformed & Restored to its Primitive Purity, London,1650. Microfilm copy at SDB Historical Society, MF 1986.76.
Salter, W. (William Saller) Sundry queries tendered to Ministers for clearing the doctrine of the Fourth Commandment And the Lords Sabbath Day, 1653. SDB Historical Society Library, MS 1989.28.
Saller, Wm. & Spittlehouse, Oscar, An Appeal to the Consciences . . . , 1657.
Stennett, Edward, The Royal Law Contended for . . . , 1658. 2nd edition, London, 1667.
Stennett, Edward, The Seventh Day is the Sabbath of the Lord, London, 1664.
Tilliam, Thomas, The Seventh Day Sabbath sought out and celebrated, 1657.
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