The following include translations of works otherwise unavailable in English as well as transcriptions of historic Reformed and Puritan writings from the 16th and 17th centuries.
- "The Epistle of Davenant"
A 17th century letter from John Davenant, Bishop of Salisbury, to Samuel Ward, Master of Sydney Sussex College, Cambridge concerning infant baptism and perseverance of the saints
- "John Downame on the Visible Church"
an excerpt from Downame's A Sum of Sacred Divinity concerning the place of the church in the economy of salvation
- "Instruction in Christian Doctrine for Young Children"
a translation of Calvin's catechism for young children, composed in Strasbourg 1538-9 and likely used in Geneva until 1553
- "The Irish Articles of Religion"
the 1615 Irish Articles, which served as a primary source for the Westminster Confession of Faith, with modernized spelling
- Nathaniel Stephens on Infant Baptism
from his A Precept for the Baptism of Infants out of the New Testament (1651)
- Samuel Ward on Infant Baptism
from a letter to James Ussher, Bishop of Armagh and Primate of all Ireland (May 25, 1630)
- Scottish Baptismal Rite
the "Order for Baptism" as found in John Knox's 1556 Book of Common Order, in use by the Church of Scotland from 1564 to 1645
- "Uniformity in This Kirk"
the 7 February 1645 Act of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland,
implementing uniform worship practices in connection with the Westminster Directory