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A. (C.) Jerubbaal: or, a vindication of the Aanmerkingen van eenen reiziger over Holsober testimony against sinful complyance, lande, [etc.] See Remarques

d'un voyafrom the exceptions of mr. [John] Tombs, in geur sur la Hollande, [etc.] answer to his Theodulia. Wherein the un- Abailard or Abélard (Pierre). Petri Abælawfulness of hearing the present conform lardi opera hactenus seorsim edita, nunc priing ministers is more largely discussed and mum in unum collegit, textum ad fidem liproved. [anon.] 489 pp. sm. 4o. London, brorum editorum scriptorumque recensuit, 1668.

notas, argumenta, indices adjecit Victor A. (D. D.) See Dreux du Radier (Jean Cousin, adjuvantibus C. Jourdain et E. DesFrançois).

pois. 2 v. 2 p. 1. vi, 731 pp. 11; 2 p. 1. 830 A. (F. S.) Great success. See Flint (S. A.) pp. 11. 49. Parisiis, A. Durand, 1849-59. A. (H.) Partheneia sacra. See Hawkins (Henry).

v. 1. Magistri Petri Abælardi et Heloissæ conjugis

ejus epistolæ, p. 1. A. (J.) The ocean harp. See Agg (John).

Andreæ Quercetani turonensis notæ ad histo,

riam calamitatum Petri Abælardi, p. 38 A. (J.) Princely excellency: or, regal glory.

Petri Abælardi et Heloissæ epistolæ, p. 72. Being an exact account of the most glorious

Heloissæ paraclitensis problemata cum mag.

Petri Abælardi solutionibus, p. 237. actions of that most potent prince, William

Carmina, p. 295. the third, late king of England. By J. A.

Sermones per annum legendi, p. 349.

Expositio orationis dominicæ, p. 596. [anon.] 6 p. 1. 168 pp. 1 portrait. 180. Lon

Expositio symboli quod dicitur apostolorum, don, W. Spiller, 1702.

Expositio fidei in symbolum Athanasii, p. 615. A. (J.M.) Noticia de los procedimientos en la

Epistola ad divum Bernardum claravallensem

abbatem, p. 618. reposicion de la sagrada imagen renovada del

Expositio in hexameron, p. 625. sr. de santa Teresa, y afectos de un pecador

Epistola et fidei confessio ad Heloissam, p. 680.

De Dionysio areopagita epistola, p. 681. à sus pies. Por J. M. A. [anon.]

[anon.] 31 pp.

Contra quemdam canonicum regularem, p. 686.

Invectiva in quemdam ignarum dialectices, 18°, Mexico, R. Rafael, 1846. A. (L.) Histoire des Wahabis. See Corancez

Appendix, p. 701.

v. 2. Introductio ad theologiam, p. 1. (L. A. O. de).

Commentariorum super s. Pauli epistolam ad A. (R. P.) Sister Ruth's stories for the young :

Romanos libri v, p. 152.

Theologia christiana, p. 357. or evenings with John Woolman, By R. P.

Excerpta ex epitome theologiæ christianæ, A. [anon.] 121 pp. 1 pl. 18o. Philadel

Ethica seu liber dictus : scito teipsum, p. 593. phia, T. E, Chapman, 1865.

Dialogus inter philosophum, judaeum et christia

num, p. 643. A. (S. A.) See Allibone (Samuel Austin).

Apologia seu confessio fidei, p. 719. Aa (A. Jan van der). Nieuw biografiesch,

Expositio super psalterium, p. 723.

Expositio super epistolas Pauli. In epistolam anthologiesch en kritiesch woordenboek van

ad Romanos, p. 725.

In libro incerto, p. 727. nederlandsche dichters, uitmakende tevens

Ex apologia, p. 730. een verfolg op Witsen Geysbeeks. Nieuwe

Tractatus de intellectibus, p. 733.

Glosulæ super Porphyrium, p. 756. uitgave van J. A. Alberdingk Thijm. 3 v. Appendix, p. 763. 89. Amsterdam, C. L. van Langenhuysen, Abati (Francesco, pseudon.) See Reade 1864.

(W. Winwood).

P. 603.

p. 695,

p. 567.

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