[MILTON, John (1608-1674)]. Of Reformation touching Church-Discipline in England: and the Causes that hitherto have hindred it, [London]: for Thomas Underhill, 1641. With the second leaf of errata, woodcut headpiece and initial. (Title a little dusty, top line framing the running title occasionally cropped or shaved.) FIRST EDITION of Milton's first published prose work. This and the two following titles are three (of the five) of 'Milton's contributions to the dispute between Joseph Hall, his son Robert, and Archbishop Ussher on the one side, and the five ministers whose united initials formed the name Smectymnuus, on the other side', Grolier 556; Wing M2134 [Bound with]: MILTON, John. The Reason of Church-Government urg'd against Prelaty, London: E.G. for John Rothwell, 1641, Woodcut decoration on title. (Many headlines, catchwords and signatures cropped or shaved, lightly browned.) FIRST EDITION. Wing M2175; Grolier 559 [and]: [MILTON, John]. Of Prelatical Episcopacy. R.O. & G.D. for Thomas Underhill, 1641. (Top margins cut close shaving one headline.) FIRST EDITION. Wing M557; Grolier 557 [and]: CHARLES I. His Majesties Answer to a Message sent to him by the House of Commons, concerning Licences granted by him to Persons to go into Ireland, London: Robert Barker and the assigns of John Bill, 1641. Broadside, black letter, large woodcut initial H. (First line shaved by the binder.) FIRST EDITION. Wing C2100; Steele 2055 [and]: CLARENDON, Edward Hyde, Earl of. Mr. Edward Hydes' Speech at a Conference betweene both Houses...6th of July, 1641, London: for Abel Roper, 1641. Large typographical decoration on title. (Lacks the final blank.) Wing C4426; and 27 others in the volume (Wing T1740A (5 copies), B337, E1654, C2119 (6 copies), E1337, C2268, C2251, E2675, B4774, P4279 (imperfect), E2221A, H2471, H2429, C2148, E2377, C2138, C2103, E2230, E1665 (Eton and Harvard only), E1668, E1518, S4551, E2164, E2226, H2476, M396 & C4419). Together 32 pamphlets in one volume, 4° (176 x 127mm). Early 18th-century panelled calf (rubbed). Sold as a volume of pamphlets, not subject to return.