Author:Thomas Wagstaffe

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Thomas Wagstaffe
(1645–1712)
Anglican nonjuror bishop

Works[edit]

  • A Letter to the Author of a late Letter out of the Country occasioned by a former Letter to a Member of the House of Commons concerning the Bishops lately in the Tower and now under Suspension (1690);
  • An Answer to a Letter of Dr. Sherlock written in Vindication of that part of Josephus's “History” which gives the Account of Jaddas' Submission to Alexander, in answer to the piece entitled “Obedience and Submission to the present Government” (1691)
  • An Answer to a late Pamphlet entitled “Obedience and Submission to the present Government demonstrated from Bishop Overall's ‘Convocation Book,’” with a postscript in answer to Dr. Sherlock's “Case of Allegiance,” (1692)
  • An Answer to Dr. Sherlock's “Vindication of the Case of Allegiance due to Sovereign Powers” made in Reply to an Answer to a late Pamphlet entitled “Obedience and Submission to the present Government demonstrated from Bishop Overall's ‘Convocation Book,”’ with a postscript in answer to Dr. Sherlock's “Case of Allegiance,” (1692)
  • Vindication of King Charles the Martyr, proving that his Majesty was the author of Εἰκὼν Βασιλική (1693) (external scan)
  • A Letter to a Gentleman elected a Knight of the Shire to serve in the present Parliament (1694)
  • Remarks on some late Sermons, and in particular on Dr. Sherlock's Sermon at the Temple, December the 30th, 1694, in a Letter to a Friend (1695)
  • An Account of the Proceedings in Parliament in relation to the Recoining of Clipped Money (1696)
  • A Defence of the Vindication (1699)
  • The Present State of Jacobitism in England (1701)

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