The source for many of the works transcribed here is the Early English Books Online (EEBO) project. English books from long ago have been scanned and deposited in EEBO repository. Unfortunately, the EEBO repository is not available to the public, however, many universities subscribe to the project and you may be able to access EEBO from a local university library. I have the privledge of being able to access EEBO through my association with the University of Sydney.
The titles transcribed here are not in any particular order of significance or merit. I have in some cases to choosen titles that were written by those who were subscribers to the 1677/89 Baptist Confession of Faith.
The texts have preserved most of the orginal spelling, apart from distinguishing between an "f" "s", which in literature of the time were both represented by "f".
1682 - Some Reasons For Separation From the Communion of the Church of England, and the Unreasonableness of Persecution Upon that Account Soberly Debated, in a Dialogue between a Conformist, and a Nonconformist (Baptist.) By H(ercules) C(ollins). PDF [152kb]
1691 - An Answer To A Brief Discourse Concerning Singing In the Publick Worship of God In The Gospel-Church, By I.M in. 1690. By H(anserd) K(nollys) PDF [88kb].
1692 - A Serious Answer To A Late Book Stiled, A Reply to Mr Robert Steedís Epistle Concerning Singing Wherein The Chief Scriptures and Arguments are Examined, and the Weakness thereof Shewed. By William Kiffin, George Barrett, Robert Steed & Edward Man. PDF [195kb]
1623 - An Exposition of the Ten Commandments of God. By Edward Elton. PDF [520kb]
Edward Elton was an early Puritan writer. He was Rector of St. Mary Magdalen Bermondsey, Surrey, 1604/1605. He died in 1624.