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Thomas Fuller
(1608–1661)
English churchman and historian
Thomas Fuller

WorksEdit

  • Davids Hainous Sinne, Heartie Repentance, Heavie Punishment (1631)
  • The Historie of the Holy Warre (1639)
  • Joseph's Party-Coloured Coat (1640)
  • The Holy State and the Prophane State (1642)
  • Truth Maintained, or Positions delivered in a sermon at the Savoy, . . . asserted for safe and sound (1643)
  • Good Thoughts in Bad Times (1645)
  • Andronicus, or the Unfortunate Politician (1646)
  • The Cause and Cure of a Wounded Conscience (1647)
  • Good Thoughts in Worse Times (1647)
  • A Pisgah-sight of Palestine (1650)
  • A Comment on the Eleven First Verses of the 4th Chapter of St. Matthew's Gospel (1652)
  • The Infant's Advocate (1652)
  • A Comment on Ruth (1654)
  • The Triple Recounter (1654)
  • The Church History of Britain (1655), in 3 vols.
  • History of the University of Cambridge since the Conquest (1655)
  • History of Waltham Abbey (1655)
  • A Collection of [four] Sermons, together with Notes upon Jonah (1656)
  • The Best Name on Earth, together with several other [three] sermons (1657)
  • The Appeal of Injured Innocence (1659)
  • An Alarum to the Counties of England and Wales (1660)
  • Mixt Contemplations in Better Times (1660)
  • A Panegyrick to His Majesty (1660)
  • The History of the Worthies of England (1662)

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