Catalogue of the Library in Red Cross Street, Cripplegate: Founded Pursuant to the Will of the Reverend Daniel Williams, D.D. who Died in the Year L716, Volume 2
R. and J.E. Taylor, 1841
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40 Lond Account Address Answer Apology Author Bishop Book brief called Chapel Character Charge Charles Christ Christian Church of England Clergy concerning Considerations considered containing Death Defence delivered Discourse Dissenters Divine Doctrine Duke Duty Earl Edition Elizabeth English entitled Essay Examination Faith Fast Sermon France Friend Funeral Sermon George Gospel Government Hall Henry History Holy House of Commons Inquiry James Jesus John Joseph King Lady late Letter London Lord Lord Mayor Lugd March Mary Meeting Memory Ministers Nature Observations Oratio Parliament Paul's Peace Poem Popery Power present Proceedings Protestant proved Public Queen Reasons Reflections Reformation of Manners Relation Religion Remarks Reply Rich Richard Right Robert Scotland Scripture Second Sermon occasioned Sermon preached short Societies for Reformation Speech Thanksgiving Sermon Thomas Three tion Treatise Trinity true Truth Unitarian Vindication
Page 87 - COLLINS (Ant.). Priestcraft in Perfection: or, a Detection of the Fraud of inserting and continuing this Clause (The Church hath Power to decree Rites and Ceremonies, and authority in Controversies of Faith) in the 20th Article of the Articles of the Church of England. 8° Lond. 1710.
Page 108 - DEATH. An Argument proving, that according to the Covenant of Eternal Life revealed in the Scriptures, Man may be translated from hence into that Eternal Life without passing through Death. 8° 1700. A Persuasive to a serious Preparation for Death and Judgment. 12° Lond. 1702. • A Philosophical Dissertation upon Death. 8°
Page 414 - A Sermon at Dublin, July 15, 1714. 8° Lond. 1714. WELDE (T.). A short Story of the Rise, Reign, and Ruin of the Antinomians, Familists, and Libertines, that infected the Churches of New England. 4° Lond. 1644. WELLES
Page 86 - COLDEN (Cadwallader). An Explication of the first Causes of Action in Matter, and of the Causes of Gravitation. 8° New York, 1746. COLE (Nath.). A Funeral Sermon for Mrs. Jane Ferrers. 4° Lond. 1625. COLE (Tho.). V. HALL. COLE (Tho.), Archdeacon of Essex.
Page 310 - A Letter to a Member of the House of Commons in Vindication of the Protestant Reformed Church. 4° Lond. 1679. An Appeal from the Country to the City, for the Preservation of His Majestie's Person, Liberty, Property, and the Protestant Religion. 4° Lond. 1679.
Page 307 - 1787. Letters to the Jews inviting them to an amicable Discussion of the Evidences of Christianity. 8° Birming. 1787. Letters to the Jews, Part II., occasioned by Mr. David Levi's Reply to the former Letters. 8° Birming. 1787. An History of the Sufferings of Mr. Lewis de Marolles, and Mr. Isaac Le
Page 324 - 1620. Les dernieres Heures de Monsieur Rivet. 12° 1651. Oratio habita in Auditorio solemni. 4° Lugd. Bat. 1632. RIVETUS (Andreas), Junior. Mr. Smirke ; or, the Divine in Mode: being certain Annotations upon the Animadversions on the Naked Truth. 4° 1676. ROBARTS (Anna). V. EVANS. ROBARTS (Mary). V. STENNETT. ROBERTELLUS (Fran.). Oratio Funebris in funere Imperatoris
Page 126 - Schism and Heresie, as laid against it by the Vindicator of the deprived Bishops. 4° Lond. 1691. The Memorial of the State of England in vindication of the Queen, the Church, and the Administration. 4° Lond. 1705. The Memorial of the Church of England humbly offered to the Consideration of all true Lovers of our Church and Constitution.
Page 253 - (Fran.). Disquisitio de Magia Divinatrice et Operatrice. 4° Franc, 1683. MONCK (G.). Iter Boreale, attempting something upon the successful and matchless March of the Lord General George Monck from Scotland to London. 4° Lond. 1660. A Letter from General Monck, and the Officers under his command, to the Parliament in the name of themselves and the Soldiers under them. 4°