City Readers Digital Historic Collections at the New York Society Library
Ecclesia restaurata; or, The history of the reformation of the Church of England: containing the beginning, progress, and successes of it; the counsels, by which it was conducted; the rules of piety, and prudence, upon which it was founded; the several steps, by which it was promoted, or retarded, in the change of times: from the first preparations to it by King Henry the Eight, untill the legal settling, and establishment of it under Queen Elizabeth: together with the intermixture of such civil actions, and affairs of state, as either were co-incident with it, or related to it. By Peter Heylyn
London: Printed for H. Twyford, T. Dring, J. Place, W. Palmer; to be sold in Vine-Court, Middle-Temple, the George in Fleet-street, Furnival’s Inne-Gate in Holborn, and the Palm-Tree in Fleet-street , 1661.