Author:William Lloyd (1627-1717)

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William Lloyd
William Lloyd


  • The Late Apology [by Roger Palmer, earl of Castlemaine, and Robert Pugh] in behalf of the Papists, reprinted and answered in behalf of the Royallists (1667) (anon.)
  • A Seasonable Discourse, shewing the Necessity of Maintaining the Established Religion in opposition to Popery (1673) (anon.)
  • A Reasonable Defence of the Seasonable Discourse, shewing the Necessity of Maintaining the Established Religion in opposition to Popery. Or, a Reply to a Treatise [by Roger Palmer, earl of Castlemaine, printed at Antwerp, 1673], called A Full Answer and Confutation of a Scandalous Pamphlet, &c. (1674) (anon.)
  • The Difference between the Church and Court of Rome considered; in some Reflections on a Dialogue entituled A Conference between two Protestants and a Papist. By the author of the late “Seasonable Discourse” (1674)
  • Papists no Catholicks: and Popery no Christianity (1677) (anon.)
  • Considerations touching the True Way to suppress Popery in this Kingdom; by making a Distinction between men of loyal and disloyal Principles in that Communion. On occasion whereof is inserted an Historical Account of the Reformation here in England (London) (anon.)
  • An Alarme for Sinners, &c. (1679)
  • An Historical Account of Church Government, as it was in Great Britain and Ireland, when they first received the Christian Religion (1684)
  • An Answer to the Bishop of Oxford's Reasons for abrogating the Test impos'd on all Members of Parliament anno 1678, Octob. 30 … By a Person of Quality (1688)
  • A Letter to Dr. Sherlock, in vindication of that part of Josephus's History which gives an account of Iaddus the high-priest's submitting to Alexander the Great while Darius was living. Against the Answer to the piece intituled Obedience and Submission to the Present Government (1691) (anon.)
  • A Discourse of God's ways of disposing of Kingdoms [on Psalm lxxv. 6, 7],’ part i. (1691)
  • The Pretences of the French Invasion examined, for the information of the People of England (1692) (anon.)
  • A Chronological Account of the Life of Pythagoras, and of other Famous Men his Contemporaries. With an Epistle to … Dr. Bentley about Porphyry's and Iamblichus's Lives of Pythagoras (1699)

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