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  1. The "controls" of Stainton Moses ("M. A. Oxon.")
  2. "Ignorance productive of atheism, faction, and superstition;" : a sermon, preached before the University of Cambridge, ... July 1, 1798. By Thomas Rennell,
  3. "Ignorance productive of atheism, faction, and superstition;" : a sermon, preached before the University of Cambridge, ... July 1, 1798. By Thomas Rennell,
  4. "Ignorance productive of atheism, faction, and superstition;" : a sermon, preached before the University of Cambridge, on Commencement Sunday, July 1, 1798. By ThomasRennell,
  5. "Real world" ethics : frameworks for educators and human service professionals
  6. "Tho' they curse, yet bless thou." : A discourse on Psalm CIX. 27.28. ... By Henry Arnold, ... Preached ... December 18, 1768
  7. "二十世纪的思想库" : 马尔库塞的六本书
  8. "天"與"人" : 中國歷史上的天人關係
  9. "天人合一"與"神人合一" : 中西美學的宏觀比較
  10. "無"的意義 : 朴心玄覽中的道體論形而上學
  11. "論語"的哲學詮釋 : 比較哲學的視域
  12. The 'Opus majus' of Roger Bacon
  13. 'Squire Randal's excursion round London: or, a week's frolic, in the year 1776 : With the remarks of John Trusty. In a series of letters to their friends and bottle companions ... Illustrated with an humourous frontispiece
  14. (Concluded cause roll.) 14th September, 1762. Memorial for the master taylors of Edinburgh, pursuers, against the journeymen taylors, defenders
  15. (In the Cromarty complaints.) Continuation of the minutes of election for the county of Selkirk, anno 1747
  16. (Just published,) a sermon, preached at the Tabernacle, London, May22, 1796. by the Rev. Samuel Lyndal, on taking his leave. Taken in short hand by A. Cannell
  17. (Just published,) Wonderful relations; being a serious inquiry concerning the nature, subsistence, and operations of the soul, or spirit of man : immediately after the death of the body: ... By J. W. author of the Evening conference between Christ and Nicodemus
  18. (Lord Auchinleck reporter) Information for Elizabeth Mudie relict of Doctor Robert Smith of Forret, defender, against William Smith, only son ... pursuer
  19. (Lord Barjarg reporter.) Information for John M‘Farlane, officer of excise at Hamilton, and James Cargill constable there, defenders; against Angus Sinclair, change-keeper in Hunthill, in the parish of Blantyre pursuer
  20. (Lord Coalston reporter.) Information for Alexander Blackwood merchant in Edinburgh, pursuer; against John Cathcart of London, merchant, defender
  21. (Lord Coalston reporter.) October 25. 1770. Information for Alexander Greig flesher in Edinburgh, pursuer, against William Green merchant in Edinburgh, defender
  22. (Lord Elliock reporter) Information for Alexander and WilliamCoplands, elder and younger, of Collieston, defenders; against John Spotiswood of Spotiswood, pursuer
  23. (Lord Elliock reporter.) Memorial for Mrs Alison Cunningham : only daughter of the deceased John Cunningham of Balbougie, and now spouse to Captain Robert Mudie of Leith, and the said Captain Mudie for his interest, chargers; against the trustees of the deceased John Cunningham of Balbougie, suspend ...
  24. (Lord Gardenston reporter.) Information for Alexander Kevan, tenant in Little-Carse, defender, against Charles Warner-Dunbar, of Machriemore,pursuer
  25. (Lord Kennet reporter.) Information for Mr. Archibald Hope, writer in Edinburgh, defender; against James Earl of Abercorn, pursuer
  26. (Lord Stonefield reporter.) August 8. 1770. Memorial for Hunter-James Ferrier
  27. (Lord Stonefield reporter.) Memorial for James Schaw, servant to Patrick Heron of Heron, Esquire, and others, defenders; against William Rorison, factor on the sequestred estate of Barscob
  28. (Teind court.) February 27. 1770. Memorial for the heritors of the parish of Tranent, defenders, against Mr Charles Cunningham minister of the gospel at Tranent, pursuer
  29. (This relates to a bill of suspension to be reported by Lord Alyock, which the Lords appointed to be put into the boxes on Saturday the 7th instant.) Replies for Patrick Baillie and Esther Chisholm, to the answers for Robert Gray procurator fiscal
  30. (To be reported by Lord Coalston.) Information for the whole nearest in kin to the deceased John Brown, feuar in Laswade, by his father's side, being in all twenty persons, against James and Andrew Hendries, trustees of the said John Brown
  31. (To be reported by Lord Justice Clerk.) Memorial for Dorothea Countess of Fife, and James Earl of Fife, her husband, for his interest, defenders; against Margaret Countess of Caithness, pursuer
  32. (To be reported by Lord Prestongrange.) Bill of advocation, at the instance of Mrs. Barbara Drummond of Hawthornden, and DoctorAbernethy-Drummond, her husband, for his interest; against James Ferrier tacksman of the coal of Hawthornden
  33. (To be reported ex parte by Lord Kaims.) Information for Messrs. More and Irvine, late merchants in Gottenburgh, chargers; against James Steven merchant in Newtyle, suspender
  34. 10 moral paradoxes
  35. The 100 most influential philosophers of all time
  36. 101 ethical dilemmas
  37. 101 ethical dilemmas
  38. 101 philosophy problems
  39. 101 philosophy problems
  40. 1763. January hath XXXI days
  41. 1797. 3 May. By Order in Council an Act of Parliament PettyOfficers, (except Surgeon's Mates) ... pay to be increased
  42. 1900-1949年全國主要報刊哲學論文資料索引 : 附解放後外國哲學史等專題論文資料索引, 1949-1980年
  43. 1910 : the emancipation of dissonance Free resource
  44. 1910, the emancipation of dissonance
  45. 2001年工商管理碩士入學考試邏輯應試指導與模擬試題
  46. 20世紀中國哲學與文化
  47. 20世紀中國美學本體論問題 : Ontology of Chinese esthetics in twentieth century
  48. 365夜腦筋急轉彎
  49. 3D ethics : implementing workplace values : personal, organisational and social dimensions of business ethics
  50. The A B C with the catechism : that is to say, an instruction to be learned of every person before he be brought to be confirmed by the Bishop
  51. The A B C with the catechism : that is to say, an instruction to be learned of every person before he be brought to be confirmed by the Bishop
  52. The A B C with the catechism : that is to say, an instruction to be learned of every person before he be brought to be confirmed by the Bishop
  53. The A B C with the catechism : that is to say, an instruction to be learned of every person before he be brought to be confirmed by the Bishop
  54. The A B C with the shorter catechism : appointed by the General Assembly, to be a directory forcatechising. To which is added ... questions for children
  55. The A B C, with the shorter catechism : appointed by the General Assembly to be a directory for catechising such as are of weaker capacities
  56. The A B C, with the shorter catechism : appointed by the General Assembly, to be a directory, for catechising of such as are of a weaker capacity
  57. The A, B C, with the shorter catechism : appointed by the General Assembly, to be a directory for catechising of such as are of weak capacities
  58. The A, B, C, with the shorter catechism : agreed upon by the Assembly of Divines at Westminster ... to be a directory for catechising of such as are of a weaker capacity
  59. The A, B, C, with the shorter catechism : agreed upon by the Assembly of Divines at Westminster ... to be a directory for catechising of such as are of weaker capacity
  60. The A, B, C, with the shorter catechism : agreed upon by the Assembly of Divines at Westminster ... to be a directory for catechising of such as are of weaker capacity
  61. The A, B, C, with the shorter catechism : agreed upon by the Assembly of Divines at Westminster ... to be a directory for catechising of such as are of weaker capacity
  62. The A, B, C, with the shorter catechism : agreed upon by the assembly of divines at Westminster, and appointed by the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, to be a directory for catechising of such as are of weaker capacity
  63. The A, B, C, with the shorter catechism : appointed by the General Assembly to be a directory for catechising of such as are of a weaker capacity
  64. The A, B, C, with the shorter catechism : appointed by the General Assembly to be a directory for catechising such are of a weaker capacity
  65. The A, B, C, with the shorter catechism : appointed by the General Assembly to be a directory for catechizing of such as are of a weaker capacity
  66. The A, B, C. With the shorter catechism : appointed by the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland. To be a directory for catechising of such as are of weaker capacity. To which are added, short and easy questions, and hymns for children
  67. The A, B, C. With the shorter catechism : appointed by the General Assembly, to be a directory for catechising of such as are of a weaker capacity
  68. The A, B, C. with the shorter catechism : appointed by the General Assembly, to be a directory for catechising such as are of a weaker capacity. To which is added, some short and easy questions and answers for children at first beginning
  69. The A, B, C; with the shorter catechism : appointed by the general assembly to be a directory for catechising of such as are of a weaker capacity
  70. The A, B, C; with the shorter catechism : appointed by the General Assembly, to be a directory for catechising of such as are of a weaker capacity
  71. A. Samuel Gilmour. To the p. Earl of Dalhousie. Answers for Samuel Gilmour, merchant and ropemaker in Edinburgh; to the petition of George, Earl of Dalhousie
  72. Aa [sic] act for selling part of the entailed estate of Sir Henry Ibbetson, Baronet, and vesting other part thereof in him in fee-simple
  73. Aaron's intercesssion, and Korah's rebellion considered : a sermon preached before the University of Oxford; now printed, with what the author judged some seasonable additions; ... By Geo. Watson,
  74. The abasement of pride : a sermon preach'd in the cathedral of Salisbury, at the assizes held for the county of Wilts, July 18th. 1708. upon occasion of the late victory. By John Hoadly,
  75. Abductive cognition : the epistemological and eco-cognitive dimensions of hypothetical reasoning
  76. Abductive reasoning : logical investigations into discovery and explanation
  77. Abelard and Heloise
  78. The Aberdeen almanack : for the year 1797,
  79. Aberdeen magazine (1761 : Annual)
  80. The Aberdeen magazine, literary chronicle, and review
  81. Aberdeen's farmer's pocket-companion : or, a new prognostication, for the year of our Lord 1770. ... By Merry Andrew professor of astrology and prediction at Tamtallan
  82. Aberdeen's new almanack; or, new prognostication : for the year of our Lord, 1759. ... By Merry Andrew, professor of prediction by stargazing at Tamtallan
  83. Abgeforderte Relation der Erscheinung eines entleibten Geists : dem Publico zu Nachricht getreulich aus dem Mund derer, die von Anfang bis ans Ende mit interessirt, aufgeschrieben. : [Three lines from Job]
  84. Abhandlungen über die Natur und Wirkung der christlichen Taufe, Communion, und des gottesdienstlichen Harrens auf den Herrn : welchen beygefügt sind einige wenige Anmerkungen über die Beobachtung oeffentlicher Fasten und Feyertäge. Durch Joseph Phipps
  85. Abilities for the ministry of the Gospel from God alone : a discourse on 2 Corinthians iii.6. Delivered to the Baptist congregation meeting in Bath in June, 1774. By Robert Parsons
  86. The ability of Christ to save, the believer's comfort in the near views of eternity : a sermon occasioned by the death of Mr. Jonas Thurrowgood, ... July 2, 1753. By Benjamin Wallin
  87. The ability of Jesus Christ to save sinners : a sermon, preached in the Chapel of Newgate, on Sunday November21st, 1790, at the request of the friends of Francis Fonton, (who was executed on the Wednesday following, ... for forgery:) ... by the Reverend William Love, ... Also, an appendix, containin ...
  88. Ability to, and fidelity in the ministry derived from Christ : a sermon preach'd at Shrewsbury, North Precinct October 26. 1743. When the Reverend Mr. Ebenezer Morse was solemnly set apart to the work of the Gospel ministry and ordained pastor of the Second Church of Christ in Shrewsbury. By NathanB ...
  89. Able and faithful ministers very needful for their people : a sermon, preached at Hartford, on the day of the interment of the Rev. Edward Dorr, Pastor of the First Church of Christ there. Who departed this life October 20th, 1772, in the 50th year of his age, and the 25th of his ministry. By Elnath ...
  90. The able minister : a sermon, preached in Broad-mead, before the Bristol Education Society, August 18, 1773. By Hugh Evans, M.A. Published at the request of the Society
  91. Abner's thoughts after the battle of Gideon : a sermon, preached in the parish-church of Bideford, in Devonshire. On Thursday, the fifth day of May, ... By John Whitfeld,
  92. Abortion and social responsibility : depolarizing the debate
  93. Abounding iniquity, and its fatal consequences: a sermon. Preached at Kirkcudbright, the twenty-seventh of February, 1794; being the day appointed for a general fast. By the Reverend Robert Muter,
  94. The abounding of iniquity no just ground for distrusting the prophecies or promises of holy writ : asermon, preached in Quebec-Chapel, Mary-le-bone, on Sunday, the 25th of March, 1792, for the benefit of the Philanthropic Society. By Samuel, Lord Bishop of St. David's
  95. Abraham's sacrifice : a poem. By Mr. James Hollyer
  96. Abraham's steps of faith : wherein is set forth the true faith of the children of God, ... Extracted from The discovery of the most dangerous dead faith, by the Reverend Mr. John Eaton, ... To which is added, Free salvation defended,
  97. Abregé de l'essay de Monsieur Locke, sur l'entendement humain : traduit de l'anglois par Mr. Bosset
  98. An abridgement and alphabetical index of the acts of the General Assemblies, of the Church of Scotland from the year 1638, to 1706, inclusive of both. By a minister of the Gospel
  99. An abridgement of a discourse on self-dedication : by John Howe, ... and the temper of Jesus towards his enemies, ... By B. Grosvenor, ... To which are prefixed, the lives of the authors
  100. An abridgement of Doctor Newton, late Bishop of Bristol's Dissertations on the prophecies. Containing chiefly those which relate to popery. ... In two volumes
  101. An abridgement of ecclesiastical history : from the commencement of christianity, to the beginning of the present century; constructed upon a new plan, and divided into four grand periods. By Patrick Nisbet,
  102. An abridgement of five discourses, on different subjects : intended to obviate several objections which have been made to the doctrine of the universal restoration. ... By Richard Wright
  103. An abridgement of scripture history designed for the amusement and improvement of children : wherein the most striking actions in the Old Testament are made plain ... adorned with head peices [sic] ... curiously engraved on 60 copper plates; ... by an eminent divine
  104. Abridgement of the Book of Common Prayer : and administration of the Sacraments, ... together with the Psalter, or Psalms of David,
  105. An abridgement of the excise-laws, and of the custom-laws therewith connected, now in force in Great Britain : Methodically arranged. With notes and observations. By Henry Mackay,supervisor of excise
  106. An abridgement of the laws in force and use in Her Majesty's plantations : (viz.) of Virginia, Jamaica, Barbadoes, Maryland, New-England, New-York, Carolina, &c. Digested under proper heads in the method of Mr. Wingate, and Mr. Washington's Abridgments
  107. Abridgement of the laws of Scotland relative to hunting and fowling : dove-cots and pigeons, rivers, the sea-shores, and fishings, planting and inclosing; compiled from the most celebrated writers on the Scots law, the acts of Parliament, and decisions of the different courts
  108. An abridgement of the Memoirs of the life of the Rev. Mr Thomas Hog : ... To which is annexed, an abstract of Mr Hog's manner of dealing with souls under their first awakenings. By W.Augustus Clarke
  109. An abridgement of the Reverend Charles Daubeny's Guide to the Church : by a worthy Scots Episcopal clergyman; with a preface, other additions, and notes, ... By the Right Rev. Dr Wm. Abernethy Drummond, bishop
  110. An abridgement of the statutes of Ireland : from the first session of parliament in the third year of the reign of King Edward the Second, to the end of the twenty fifth year of the reign of ... King George the Second; ... together with an alphabetical table of the principal matters ... and also the ...
  111. An abridgment of all the statutes in Ireland, in the reign of King George the 1. In force and use. From the first session thereof ... To which is added, an abridgment of all the statutes in Ireland, passed in the first session of King George the II. By Edward Hunt,
  112. An abridgment of all the statutes in Ireland, in the reigns of Queen Anne, and King George. In force and use. By Edward Hunt,
  113. An abridgment of all the statutes now in force, relative to the revenue of excise, methodically arranged, and alphabetically digested.By James Huie,
  114. An abridgment of cases argued and determined in the courts of law, during the reign of his present majesty, King George the Third : With tables of the names of cases and principal matters. By Thomas Walter Williams,
  115. An abridgment of Christian doctrine : with proofs of Scripture for points controverted. Catechistically explain'd by way of question and answer. By Henry Turberville
  116. An abridgment of Christian doctrine : with proofs of scripture, for points controverted. Catechistically explain'd, by way of question and answer
  117. An abridgment of Christian doctrine : with proofs of scripture, for points controverted. Catechistically explain'd, by way of question and answer
  118. An abridgment of Dr. Cudworth's True intellectual system of the universe : In which all the arguments for and against atheism are clearly stated and examined. ... In two volumes
  119. An abridgment of Ecclesiastical history : from the birth of Christ, to the beginning of the present century. ... By the late learned John Lawrence Mosheim, ... Translated from the original by Archibald Maclaine, ... And now abridged by a layman
  120. An abridgment of Manwood's Forest Laws : And of all the acts of Parliament made since; which relate to hunting, hawking, fishing, or fowling
  121. An abridgment of Manwood's Forest laws : And of all the acts of Parliament made since; which relate to hunting, hawking, fishing, or fowling. With precedents of warrants for game keepers, licences to hunt, hawk, &c
  122. An abridgment of Mr. David Brainerd's Journal among the Indians : Or, the rise and progress of a remarkable work of grace among a number of the Indians. ... By David Brainerd ...To which is prefix'd a dedication ... by P. Doddridge, D.D
  123. An abridgment of Mr. Dumoulin's treatise on peace of soul and content of mind
  124. An abridgment of Mr. Locke's Essay concerning human understanding
  125. An abridgment of Mr. Locke's Essay concerning human understanding
  126. An abridgment of Mr. Locke's Essay concerning human understanding
  127. An abridgment of Mr. Locke's Essay concerning human understanding
  128. An abridgment of Mr. Locke's Essay concerning human understanding
  129. An abridgment of Mr. Locke's Essay concerning human understanding
  130. An abridgment of Mr. Locke's Essay concerning human understanding
  131. An abridgment of Mr. Locke's Essay concerning human understanding
  132. An abridgment of Mr. Locke's Essay concerning humane understanding
  133. An abridgment of penal statutes : which exhibits at one view the offences, and the punishments or penalties, in consequence of those offences, the mode of recovering, and application of the penalties, the number of witnesses, and the jurisdiction necessary to the several convictions, ... The fourth ...
  134. An abridgment of penal statutes : which exhibits at one view, in the following manner, the offences/punishments or penalties/mode of recovery/application of penalties, &c./number of witnesses/what justices/the enacting statutes by William Addington,
  135. An abridgment of penal statutes : which exhibits at one view, in the following manner, the offences/punishments or penalties/mode of recovery/application of penalties, &c./number of witnesses/what justices/the enacting statutes. By William Addington, ... The second edition. With large additions. And ...
  136. An abridgment of penal statutes : which exhibits at one view, the offence; the punishment or penalty annexed to that offence; the mode of recovering and application of thepenalty; the number of witnesses and justices necessary to convict the offender; with a reference to the chapter and section of t ...
  137. An abridgment of sacred history, from the creation of the world to the establishment of Christianity : Together with a catechetical explanation of the principles of natural and revealed religion. ... By a presbyter of the Church of Ireland
  138. An abridgment of several acts and clauses of acts of Parliament : relating to the trade and navigation of Great Britain to, from, and in the British plantations in America, and to the duty of the governors, and others His Majesty's officers in the said plantations
  139. An abridgment of such statutes now in force, relating to His Majesty's customs, as have pass'd since the printing The book of rates anno1702, to the 25th of March 1718
  140. An abridgment of the act of Parliament for the better execution of His Majesty's gracious declaration for the settlement of his kingdom of Ireland, &c : ... And also of the act of Parliament for the explaining of some doubts arising upon the aforesaid act; ... With a copious alphabetical table to th ...
  141. An abridgment of the acts of the general assemblies of the Church of Scotland : ... By John Dundas
  142. An abridgment of the common law : being a collection of the principal cases argued and adjudged in the several courts of Westminster-Hall. ... Whereby the opinion and judgment of the courts may be seen in an exact series of time, ... brought down to the year 1725. By William Nelson,
  143. An abridgment of the controversy between the Church of England, and the new pseudo-primitives : ... In a dialogue between Neophytus, an Essentialist clergyman, and Irenæus, a layman ofthe Church of England
  144. An abridgment of the controversy between the Church of England, and the new pseudo-primitives : Wherein the chief arguments on each side are propos'd in so short and plain amethod,
  145. An abridgment of the Ecclesiastical polity : of that learned and judicious divine, Mr. Richard Hooker, ... Adapted to the use of families, by the Rev. Matthew Hemmings,
  146. An abridgment of the exposition of the creed : written by ... Dr. John Pearson, ... More especially design'd for the use of the English readers. By Tho. Bishop,
  147. An abridgment of the first part of Ld. Coke's Institutes : with great additions, ... By William Hawkins,
  148. An abridgment of the first part of my Ld Coke's Institutes : with some additions, explaining many of the difficult cases,
  149. An abridgment of the first part of my Ld. Coke's Institutes : ... By William Hawkins Serjeant at Law
  150. An abridgment of the first part of my Ld. Coke's Institutes : ... By William Hawkins Serjeant at Law
  151. An abridgment of the first part of my Ld. Coke's Institutes : with some additions explaining many of the difficult cases,
  152. An abridgment of the first part of my Ld. Coke's Institutes : with some additions explaining many of the difficult cases, ... By William Hawkins,
  153. An abridgment of the history of the Bible
  154. An abridgment of the history of the Bible
  155. An abridgment of the history of the Bible
  156. An abridgment of the history of the Bible
  157. An abridgment of the history of the Bible
  158. An abridgment of the history of the Bible
  159. An abridgment of the history of the Bible : writen in French, by J. F. Ostervald, Pastor of the church of Neufchatel, in Switzerland, & faithfully translated into English. To which is added The confirmation of the baptismal vow, or the manner of receiving the catechumens, ... As also the form of pub ...
  160. An abridgment of the history of the Bible : Written originally in French by the Rev. Mr Ostervald ... Translated into English, with some improvements ... To which is added anappendix,
  161. An abridgment of the history of the Old and New Testament : interspersed with moral and instructive reflections chiefly out of the holy fathers. From the French. By J. Reeve
  162. The abridgment of The history of the Reformation of the Church of England
  163. The abridgment of The history of the reformation of the Church of England
  164. The abridgment of The history of the reformation of the Church of England
  165. An abridgment of the Laws of Jamaica : being an alphabetical digest of all the public Acts of Assembly now in force, from the thirty-second year of King Charles II. to the thirty-second year of ... George III. inclusive, as published in two volumes,
  166. An abridgment of the laws of Jamaica : comprehending the subject-matter of each Act and clause, ... To which is prefixed, by way of index, a table
  167. An abridgment of the laws of Jamaica : in manner of an index. To which is prefixed, a table
  168. An abridgment of the life of the late Reverend and learned Dr. Cotton Mather : of Boston in New-England. Taken from the account of him published by his son, the Reverend Mr. Samuel Mather. ... By David Jennings
  169. An abridgment of the light of the world : containing the conferences which M. Antonia Bourignon had with Mr. Christian de Cort, ... In three parts. To which is prefixed a preface to the unprejudiced reader, ... by Joseph Whittingham Salmon
  170. An abridgment of the Plain account of the nature and end of the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper : designed principally for the use of Protestant Dissenters. ... To which are added, Forms of prayer
  171. An abridgment of the Plain account of the nature and end of the sacrament of the Lord's Supper : designed principally for the use of Protestant Dissenters. ... To which are added, forms of prayer
  172. An abridgment of the public statutes in force and use relative to Scotland : from the union, ... to the twenty-seventh ... George II. ... In two volumes
  173. An abridgment of the publick laws of Virginia : in force and use, June 10. 1720
  174. An abridgment of the publick statutes of Ireland : now in force and of general use : and also of such English and British statutes as relate to and bind Ireland, ... By Ed.Bullingbrooke, ... In two volumes
  175. An abridgment of the publick statutes of Ireland : now in force and of general use: and also, of such English and British statutes as relate to and bind Ireland, ... In two volumes. By Ed. Bullingbrooke, ... And Francis Vesey, Esq; The second edition. With alphabetical tables of the heads under whic ...
  176. An abridgment of the statute : made in the first year of the reign of King George the IId. For the better regulating the work-house of the city of Dublin, ... and to prevent mischiefs which may happen by keeping gun-powder within the said city
  177. An abridgment of the third volume of The history of the reformation of the Church of England
  178. An abridgment of the third volume of The history of the reformation of the Church of England
  179. Abrégé de l'histoire de la Bible : destiné à l'avancement du Christianisme: ... tiré des écrits des historiens, desthéologiens, ... les plus célèbres. Traduit de l'anglois, mais sur un plan different de l'original. Imprimé pour la traductrice
  180. Abrégé des causes célébres & intéressantes : avec les jugemens qui les ont decidées. Par le Sieur P.F.Besdel,
  181. Abrégé des Mémoires pour servir à l'histoire du Jacobinisme : par Mr. L'Abbé Barruel
  182. Abrégé des Mémoires pour servir à l'histoire du Jacobinisme. Par M. l'Abbé Barruel
  183. Absalom's conspiracy : a sermon, preached at the general election, at Hartford in the state of Connecticut, May 10th, 1798. By Azel Backus, A.M. Pastor of a church in Bethlem
  184. The absolute and indispensable duty of Christians : in this critical juncture, considered and enforced in an affectionate address. By W. Mason
  185. The absolute and indispensable duty of Christians : in this critical juncture, considered and enforced in an affectionate address. By W. Mason. The fourth edition. With a recommendatory preface, by the Rev. Thomas Coke,
  186. The absolute and indispensible duty of Christians : in this critical juncture, considered and enforced, in an affectionate address. By W. Mason
  187. The absolute and indispensible duty of Christians : in this critical juncture, considered and enforced, in an affectionate address. By W. Mason
  188. The absolute authority of the church : in matters relating to conscience, and men's right of judging for themselves, reconcil'd, after some misunderstanding, occasion'd by the Bishop of Bangor's Preservative and sermon. In two discourses, ... By Alexander Innes,
  189. Absolute honesty : building a corporate culture that values straight talk and rewards integrity
  190. The absolute impossibility of transubstantiation demonstrated
  191. The absolute necessity of preparation for death : The substance of a sermon, preached at Middleton Cheney, in Northamptonshire, January 17th, 1790. on occasion of the death of Mr. Samuel Harris, who departed this life at Wardington, in Oxfordshire, January 10th, 1790. By Thomas Green
  192. The absolute necessity of salvation through Christ : a sermon, preached before the Society in Scotland for Propagating Christian Knowledge, in the High Church of Edinburgh, on Monday, January 2. 1758. By John Witherspoon, ... To which is subjoined a short account of the present state of the Society
  193. The absolute necessity of unfeigned repentance and humiliation : in order to secure the divine favour and protection, ... Being the substance of two discourses preached ... on February the 13th, 1761, ... By the Rev. Mr. Thomas Smith,
  194. The absolute necessity of unfeigned repentance and humiliation : in order to secure the divine favour and protection, ... Being the substance of two discourses preached at the Sunday-morning lecture in the parish church of St. Giles, Cripplegate;... By the Rev. Mr. Thomas Smith,
  195. Absolute predestination not scriptural : or some queries upon a doctrine which I heard preach'd 1674. to a people call'd Independents, at Cockermouth in Cumberland, ... By Jane Fearon
  196. Absolute predestination not scriptural : or some queries upon a doctrine which I heard preach'd, 1704. to a people call'd Independents, at Cockermouth in Cumberland, ... By Jane Fearon
  197. The absolute propriety of Mr. Freeman's foundation in Clare-Hall : With the ill treatment of it. Being a supplement to The former and present state, &c. By a former fellow
  198. The absolute unlawfulness of the stage-enterainment [sic] fully demonstrated
  199. The absolute unlawfulness of the stage-entertainment fully demonstrated
  200. An absolute, indefeasible, hereditary right contrary to reason and Scripture : a sermon preached upon occasion of the present rebellion, at the cathedral, and the churches belonging to the archdeaconry of Armagh, December 25, January 12, and 19, 1745. By the Reverend Charles Walter Congreve,
  201. An absolute, indefeasible, hereditary right contrary to reason and scripture : a sermon preached upon occasion of the present rebellion, at the cathedral, and the churches belonging to the archdeaconry of Armagh, on December 25, January 12, and 19, 1746. By ... Charles Walter Congreve,
  202. An abstract and judgment of Dr. Clark's (Rector of St. James's) polemical or controversial writings : against I. The atheists. II. The Deists. III. His controversy with Mr. Dodwell and Mr. Collins, ... By Mr. Le Clerc, ... Translated from the French, of the 3d article of 2d part of the 26th tome of ...
  203. An abstract from an English edition of the Meditations of Thomas a Kempis : on the life and loving-Kindress of Jesus Christ. By T.S. In four parts,
  204. An abstract from the works of John Hutchinson : Esq; being a summary of his discoveries in philosophy and divinity
  205. An abstract from the works of John Hutchinson : Esq; being a summary of his discoveries in philosophy and divinity
  206. An abstract from the works of John Hutchinson : Esquire. Being a summary of his discoveries in philosophy and divinity
  207. An abstract of a book lately published; entituled, A treatise of human nature, &c. Wherein the chief argument of that book is farther illustrated and explained
  208. Abstract of a form of prayer and thanksgiving to almighty God; to be used in all churches and chapels ... on Thursday the 29th of November instant : being the day appointed by proclamation for a general thanksgiving to God; for vouchsafing such signal successes to His Majesty's arms, both by sea and ...
  209. Abstract of a form of prayer to be used upon Wednesday, Feb. 4, 1740-41 : being the day appointed for a general fast and humiliation before almighty God, for obtaining pardon of our sins, and for imploring his blessing and assistance on the arms of his Majesty, &c
  210. Abstract of a form of prayer, to be used on Friday, Feb. 16, 1759 : The day appointed by proclamation for a general fast and humiliation before almighty God, for obtaining pardon of our sins, and for averting those heavy judgments which our manifold provocations have most justly deserved; ... and fo ...
  211. Abstract of a form of prayer, to be used on Friday, March 14, 1760 : the day appointed by proclamation for a general fast and humiliation before almighty God, ... and imploring his blessing and assistance on the arms of his Majesty by sea andland, and for restoring and perpetuing [sic] peace, safety ...
  212. Abstract of a form of prayer, to be used on Friday. Feb. 11, 1757 : the day appointed for a general fast and humiliation before almighty God, ... and imploring his blessing and assistance on the arms of his Majesty by sea and land, and for restoring and perpetuating peace, safety, and prosperity to ...
  213. Abstract of a form of prayer, to be used on Friday. Feb. 17, 1758 : The day appointed for a general fast and humiliation before almighty God, ... and imploring his blessing and assistance on the arms of His Majesty by sea and land, and for restoring and perpetuating peace, safety and prosperity to H ...
  214. An abstract of a treatise wrote by Michael de Molinos : intitled, The spiritual guide
  215. An abstract of a treatise wrote by Michael de Molinos : intitled, The spiritual guide
  216. An abstract of all the acts of Parliament, that relate to the town of Birmingham, and hamlet of Deriterd; alphabetically arranged, ... By J.Morfitt,
  217. An abstract of all the acts passed in the fifth session of the sixth parliament of Great Britain, and in the thirteenth year of the reign of our most gracious sovereign Lord King George
  218. An abstract of all the acts passed in the fourth session of the sixth parliament of Great Britain, and in the twelfth year of the reign of our most gracious sovereign Lord King George
  219. An abstract of all the acts passed in the seventh session of the seventh parliament of Great Britain, and in the seventh year of the reign of our most gracious sovereign Lord King George the Second
  220. An abstract of all the acts passed in the sixth session of the seventh parliament of Great Britain, and in the sixth year of the reign of our most gracious sovereign lord King George the Second
  221. Abstract of an Act for increasing the assessed taxes, passed 12th Jan.1798
  222. An abstract of an act for repealing the present duty on sweets, and for granting a less duty thereupon; and for explaining and enforcing an act against spirituous liquors
  223. An abstract of an act, for building a bridge cross the river Thames : from the new palace yard in the city of Wesminster, to the opposite shore in the county of Surrey. To which are added, the terms of insurance for the benefit of theadventurers,
  224. Abstract of an act, passed by the British Parliament on the 30th day of June, 1800, to prevent the cutting, gashing, or flawing of hides and skins, so as to render them less useful and valuable in the manufacture of leather, and in that of vellum and parchment
  225. Abstract of an act, passed in the twelfth year of the reign of Queen Anne, for making the River Nine, or Nen, running from Northampton to Peterborough, navigable
  226. An abstract of an essay towards deducing the elements of universallaw : from the first principles of knowledge, and the nature of things: in a methodical and connected series. In five books. ... By Fettiplace Bellers, Esq
  227. An abstract of Mr. Locke's Essay on human understanding
  228. An abstract of several acts of Parliament relating to the city of Norwich : I. The act for the erecting a work-house for maintaining the poor. II. For enlightning the streets. III. For erecting a court of conscience ... Published by order of the clerk of the workhouse
  229. An abstract of several Acts of Parliament: viz. I. An act for the benefit of debtor and creditor. ... XI. An act against plays and interludes
  230. An abstract of sundry discourses on Job XXXVI. 8, 9, 10
  231. An abstract of the account of the proceedings of the Inquisition in Portugal
  232. Abstract of the bill for the encouragement of seamen, to enter voluntarily into His Majesty's service
  233. Abstract of the case of Lanark, taken from the process, minutes of debate, and decreet
  234. An abstract of the case of the Honourable James Annesley, Esq : humbly submitted to the consideration of all disinterested persons, and of all lovers of justice and truth
  235. An abstract of the Church catechism : briefly containing the substance of all that is necessary to salvation. By ...Dr. Edward Synge,
  236. An abstract of the Church catechism : briefly containing the substance of all that is necessary to salvation. By ...Dr. Edward Synge,
  237. An abstract of the Church catechism : briefly containing the substance of all that is necessary to salvation. By the most Reverend Dr. Edward Synge,
  238. An abstract of the doctrine of Jesus-Christ : or the rule of the Frier-Minors: literally, morally, and spiritually expounded by Brother John Baptist Weston
  239. An abstract of the Douay catechism
  240. An abstract of the Douay catechism : Published with allowance
  241. An abstract of the Essay of human understanding
  242. An abstract of the Essay of human understanding
  243. An abstract of the evidence delivered before a select committee of the House of Commons : in the years 1790 and 1791;on the part of the petitioners for the abolition of the slave trade
  244. Abstract of the evidence, contained in the report of the Lords of the Committee of Council, relative to the slave-trade : and the treatment of the slaves in the Sugar Islands: also an abridgement of such of the colonial laws, as relate to the treatment of the slaves
  245. An abstract of the form of prayer to be used on Friday the 6th of February, 1756 : being the day appointed by proclamation for a general fast, and humiliation, for imploring the blessing of God upon our fleets and armies, and for the humbling ourselves before Him in a deep sense of his late visitati ...
  246. Abstract of the form of prayer, to be used in all churches & chapels throughout England, on Friday the 28th day of February, 1794, being the day appointed for a general fast, before Almighty God, and imploring his blessing and assistance on the arms of his Majesty by sea and land, and for restoring ...
  247. Abstract of the form of prayer, to be used on Friday, March 12, 1762 : the day appointed by proclamation for a general fast and humiliation before almighty God, ... and imploring his blessing and assistance on the arms of his Majesty by sea andland, and for restoring and perpetuating peace, safety, ...
  248. An abstract of the gracious dealings of God : with several eminent Christians, in their conversion and sufferings.Taken from authentic manuscripts, ... By Samuel James
  249. An abstract of the gracious dealings of God : with several eminent Christians, in their conversion and sufferings.Taken from authentic manuscripts, ... By the late Rev. SamuelJames,
  250. An abstract of the gracious dealings of God : with several eminent Christians, in their conversion and sufferings.Taken from authentic manuscripts, and published for the comfort and establishment of serious minds. By Samuel James
  251. An abstract of the historical part of the Old Testament,
  252. An abstract of the history and proceedings of the Revolution Society : in London. To which is annexed a copy of the bill of rights
  253. An abstract of the history of the Bible: or, a short account of the most remarkable things that have happened to the people of God; from the beginning of the world, down to the coming of Christ. From the sacred records of the Old Testament. By R. C
  254. An abstract of the History of the cruel sufferings of the blessed French martyr Louis de Marolles : from his condemnation to the gallies, to his death in the dungeon. Translated from the French. To which is added, a relation of the barbarities lately exercised towards several eminent persons at Mont ...
  255. Abstract of the laws against sabbath-breaking, swearing, and drunkeness. Published under the direction of the Committee of special constables, and the Society for the reformation of manners
  256. An abstract of the life and death of the reverend learned and piousMr. Tho. Halyburton,
  257. Abstract of the minutes of the commissioners of supply of the county of Cromarty, respecting the acting of Captain John Forbes of New, as one of said commissioners, in the months of April and May 1765, --- made out by appointment of the Court of the 18th November 1766, in the complaint at the instan ...
  258. An abstract of the most curious and excellent thoughts in Seigneur de Montaigne's essays: ... Done into English from the French original
  259. An abstract of the most important clauses in the following interesting Acts of Parliament, passed in the session of 1780; ... 1. Act for allowing Ireland to trade with foreign parts. ... By the Gentleman of the Inner-Temple, who abstracted the principal acts of the year 1779
  260. An abstract of the new Act in Parliament made in favour of pawn-brokers : with a table shewing what they have a right to charge for interest ... By R. Stainbank, ... N.B. Be careful it is signed R. Stainbank
  261. An abstract of the new form of prayer, to be used on Friday the 16th day of February, 1759 : being the day appointed by proclamation for a general fast, and humiliation before Almighty God, ... and imploring His blessing and assistance on the arms of His Majesty by sea and land, and for restoring an ...
  262. An abstract of the number of protestant and popish families : in the several counties and provinces of Ireland,
  263. An abstract of the penal laws of the customs, and excise, for goods imported and exported
  264. Abstract of the premiums offered, in 1800, by the Society instituted at London for the encouragement of arts, manufactures, and commerce
  265. An abstract of the proceedings of the Incorporated Society in Dublin, for Promoting English Protestant Schools in Ireland : from the opening of His Majesty's Royal Charter, on the 6th day of February, 1733. to the 25th day of March, 1737
  266. An abstract of the proceedings of the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts, in the year of our Lord 1715
  267. An abstract of the rules, orders and constitutions : of the Company of Water-men and Lighter-men, made pursuant to a late Act of Parliament,
  268. An abstract of the rules, orders, and constitutions : of the Company of Watermen and Lightermen,
  269. An abstract of the several Acts of Parliament passed in this kingdom from the 33d of His late Majesty King George the 2d. for the better regulating the collection of the revenue, and for preventing of frauds therein. By George Waller, Esq
  270. An abstract of the several acts of Parliament, commission for taking subscriptions, charter, and by-laws of the Honourable South-Sea Company
  271. An abstract of the sufferings of the people call'd Quakers : for the testimony of a good conscience, from the time of their being first distinguished by that name, taken from original records, and other authentick accounts
  272. Abstract of three acts of Parliament : namely the supplementary militia, cavalry, and army and navy. Necessary for persons in general
  273. Abstract of two private discourses on Mark IX. 23. Published at the desire of some of the hearers. By James Hog minister of the Gospel at Carnock
  274. An abstract of, and observations on, the statutes imposing duty on administrations : probates of wills, property disposed of by will, and distributable by the statute ofdistributions: ... By Peter Lovelass,
  275. An abstract or abridgment, of a decree made, and often confirmed in the High Court of Chancery, concerning the payment of a tyth or 10th. part of lead-oar [sic] in the county of Derby
  276. Abstracts from the companion to the grave : or,every man his own undertaker; lately published by the Rev. Augustus Carrion, ... Comprised in 42 vols. folio. Illustrated with copper plates designed by the author,
  277. Abstracts of two acts of Parliament, passed in the thirteenth year of the reign of ... King George the Third, for the amendment and preservation of the public highways, and for regulating the turnpike roads. By a member of parliament
  278. The absurdity and blasphemy of depretiating moral virtue : a sermon preached at the West-Church in Boston, June 18th.1749. By Lemuel Briant, A.M. Pastor of the First Church inBraintree. [Eight lines of Scipture texts]
  279. The absurdity and blasphemy of depretiating moral virtue : a sermon preached at the West-Church in Boston, June18th. 1749
  280. The absurdity and blasphemy of substituting the personal righteousness of men in the room of the surety righteousness of Christ, in the important article of justification before God : a sermon preached at the South Precinct in Braintree, December 25th 1749. By John Porter, A.M. Pastor of the Fourth ...
  281. The absurdity and iniquity of persecution for conscience-sake : in all its kinds and degrees. Consider'd in a sermon preach'd at Northampton. By P. Doddridge, ... Recommended by the reverend Mr. Some, as a proper appendix to the late lectures at Salters-Hall
  282. The absurdity and perfidy of all authoritative toleration of gross heresy : blasphemy, idolatry, popery, in Britain. In two letters to a friend. ... By John Brown,
  283. The absurdity of opposing faith to reason : or,a defence of Christianity against the power of enthusiasm. In answer to Mr. Bradbury's sermon on the fifth of November, intitled, The nature of faith. ... By Thomas Morgan
  284. The abuse of feasting and recreations : Consider'd in a sermon preach'd at the evening-lecture in Jewen-street, London. December 26, 1717. To which is added, A discourse concerning the origin and superstitious observance of religious festivals. By Thomas Ridgley
  285. The abuse of liberty : a sermon preach'd before the Honourable House of Commons, on the 5th of November, 1722. By William Burscough,
  286. The abuse of liberty the decay of Christianity : Being the substance of the Lady Moyer's lectures, preach'd in the year 1736. at St. Paul's; ... By way of a more full answer to a late pamphlet, entitled, Christian Liberty asserted, &c. By ... Edward Underhill,
  287. The abuse of mercy stated and reproved : In a sermon preach'd on the 5th of March, 1741. at a monthly exercise, at the Revd. Mr. Goodwin's meeting-place, in Little More-Fields. By Samuel Wilson
  288. The abuse of miraculous powers in the church of Corinth considered : a sermon preached before the University of Oxford, at Christ-Church, on Sunday, Feb. 2. 1755. By Rich. Hind, D.D
  289. The abuse of miraculous powers in the church of Corinth considered : a sermon preached before the University of Oxford, at Christ-Church, on Sunday, Feb. 2.1755. By Rich. Hind, D.D
  290. The abuses and advantages of Sunday schools. A sermon preached at Ormskirk on Sunday November 3 1799, for the benefit of theinstitution. By Johnson Grant
  291. The abuses of conscience : set forth in a sermon, preached in the Cathedral church of St. Peter's, York, ... on Sunday, July 29, 1750. By Laurence Sterne, A.M
  292. The abuses of hearing the word of God considered : a sermon preached at Sherborne, in the county of Dorset, on the 23d of March, 1777. By John Peddle,
  293. Abysmal : a critique of cartographic reason
  294. Academia cœlestis : the heavenly university: or, the highest school, ... By Francis Rouse, ... A treatise written above threescore years since
  295. Academica : part the first, containing several discourses on the certainty, distinction, and connection of natural and revealed religion. By James Tunstall,
  296. The academical, or week-day's subjects of the Oratory : from July 6, in the first week, 1726, to August 31, 1728
  297. An academy for grown horsemen : containing the completest instructions for walking, trotting, cantering, galloping, stumbling, and tumbling. Illustrated with copper plates, ... By Geoffrey Gambado, Esq
  298. The academy of play : containing a full description of, and the laws of play, now observed in the several academies of Paris, relative to the following games, viz. Picquet, Quadrille, ... The comet. From the French of the Abbé Bellecour
  299. Acceptable religion illustrated and recommended : a sermon preached at St. Thomas's, Jan. 1, 1770. for the benefit of the charity-school in Gravel-Lane, Southwark. By Abraham Rees
  300. The acceptable sacrifice : being a full collection of scripture-devotions; taking in the whole book of Psalms,throughout all the parts of it. ... In two parts. With above four hundred prayers, thanksgivings, and meditations, ... By William Tilly,
  301. The acceptable sacrifice : or, the excellency of a broken heart. ... Being the last works of ... Mr. John Bunyan
  302. The acceptableness of sincerity to God : and the unprofitableness of a mere speculative faith to any man's salvation; considered, in a sermon preach'd at the funeral of Mr. William Drew, of Andover. Who died Nov. 4th. 1726. By J. Ball
  303. Accepting the invisible hand : Market-based approaches to social-economic problems
  304. The accomplish'd conveyancer : Containing the nature and kinds of deeds and instruments used in conveyancing: and an abridgment of the law relating to all sorts of conveyances of estates,... The second edition, corrected; with additions. By Giles Jacob, ...In three volumes
  305. The accomplish'd conveyancer : Containing, the nature and kinds of deeds and instruments used in conveyancing: and an abridgment of the law relating to all sorts of conveyances and deeds in general, ... By Giles Jacob,
  306. The accomplish'd conveyancer : Containing, the nature and kinds of deeds and instruments used in conveyancing: and an abridgment of the law...and also, all manner of precedents made use of in conveyancing,...The second edition, corrected, with additions. By Giles Jacob, Gent
  307. The accomplish'd female instructor : or, a very useful companion for ladies, gentlewomen, and others. In twoparts
  308. The accomplish'd lady's delight : in preserving, physick, beautifying, cookery, and gardening. Containing, I. The art of preserving ... II. The physical cabinet: ... III. The compleat cook's guide: ... IV. The lady's diversion in her garden
  309. The accomplish'd practiser in the High Court of Chancery : Shewing the whole method of proceedings, ... together with a list of the officers and their fees: ... By Joseph Harrison ...The seventh edition, ... with additional notes and references ... By John Griffith Williams, ... In two volumes
  310. The accomplish'd practiser in the High Court of Chancery : shewing the whole method of proceedings, according to the present practice, ... containing the original, power and jurisdiction of the Chancery, ... Also the best forms and precedents ... together with a list of the officers and their fees: ...
  311. The accomplish'd practiser in the High Court of Chancery : Shewing the whole method of proceedings, according to the present practice, ... containing the original, power and jurisdiction of the Chancery, ... Also the best forms and precedents of bills, ... The fifth edition, assisted by the help of ...
  312. The accomplish'd practiser in the High Court of Chancery : shewing the whole method of proceedings, according to the present practice, ... containing the original, power and jurisdiction of the Chancery, ... Also the best forms and precedents of bills, ... The fourth edition, assisted by the help of ...
  313. The accomplish'd practiser in the High Court of Chancery : shewing the whole method of proceedings, according to the present practice, ... containing the original, power and jurisdiction of the Chancery, ... Also the best forms and precedents of bills, ... The second edition, with all the practice e ...
  314. The accomplished gentleman: or, The principles of politeness
  315. The accomplished preacher : or, an essay upon divine eloquence. By Sir Richard Blackmore, Kt
  316. The accomplishment of scripture prophecies : Being eight sermons preach'd at the cathedral church of St. Paul, in the year MDCCVII. at the lecture founded by the Honourable Robert Boyle Esq; with an appendix. ... By William Whiston,
  317. An account and abstract of an Act of Parliament, for erecting a court of conscience &c. in the city of Norwich
  318. An account of a case between Canon Richard Eyre, and ElizabethSwanton : Together with a vindication of the same from the malice and aspersions of the said Canon Eyre
  319. An account of a conference between His Grace George late Duke of Buckingham, and Father Fitz-gerald : an Irish priest: ... Faithfully taken by one of his domesticks
  320. An account of a conference between His Grace, George late Duke of Buckingham, and Father Fitz-gerrald, an Irish priest: ... Faithfully taken by one of his domesticks
  321. An account of a controversy between the Rev. Samuel Weller : ... and Benjamin Mills, ... occasioned by a reflection cast upon the Dissenters in a late anonymous pamphlet, said to be written by Mr Weller, inituled, The trial of Mr Whitefield's spirit. By Benjamin Mills
  322. Account of a debate in Coachmaker's Hall
  323. An account of a discourse at the Græcian Coffee-House : on February the 11th 1712/13. Occasion'd by Dr. B-----y's answer to the Discourse of free-thinking. In a letter from GeorgePaul, ... to Francis Dickins,
  324. An account of a discourse upon the Lord's Prayer : in the Gray-Fryars church, in a letter to a gentleman of the Episcopal communion
  325. An account of a divine visitation and blessing : attending the religious care and exercise of the teachers of Waltham-Abbey school; with the gracious dealings of the Almighty towards some others in tender years
  326. Account of a late revival of religion in a part of the Highlands of Scotland : by Alexander Stewart, ... In a letter to the Rev. David Black,
  327. An account of a manuscript, entitul'd, Destruction the certain consequence of division : or, the necessity of a strict union between all, who love the present government and Protestant religion. Written at the desire of R----- W------,
  328. An account of a manuscript, entitul'd, Destruction the certain consequence of division : or, the necessity of a strict union between all, who love the present government and protestant religion. Written at the desire of R----- W------,
  329. An account of a model or plan in relievo : of the great and magnificent city and suburbs of Paris. By Monsieur Le Quoy,
  330. An account of a particular change of structure in the human ovarium
  331. An account of a remarkable work of grace : or the great success of the gospel in Virginia. In a letter from the Rev.Mr. Davis ... to the Rev. Mr. Bellamy. ... With an account of the state of religion in several parts of North-America, from 1743 to June 1751
  332. An account of a rich illuminated missal executed for John Duke of Bedford : Regent of France under Henry VI. and afterwards in the possession of the late Duchess of Portland
  333. An account of all the considerable books and pamphlets that have been wrote on either side in the controversy concerning the Trinity : since the year MDCCXII. In which is also contained, an account of the pamphlets writ this last year on each side by the Dissenters, to the end of the year, MDCCXIX
  334. An account of all the considerable pamphlets that have been published on either side in the present controversy : between the Bishop of Bangor, and others, to the end of the year MDCCXVIII. With occasional observations on them. By Philanagnostes Criticus
  335. An account of an arrest, made at Dacca, in Bengal, under sanction of the British Supreme Court; and a rescue made by the Head Fouzdar of the place; with an introductory letter, some official papers,
  336. An account of books published from the year 1760 to 1795
  337. Account of charity-schools
  338. An account of church-government, and governours
  339. An account of church-government, and governours : Wherein is shewed, that the government of the Church of England is most agreeable to that of the primitive church. By Thomas Brett,
  340. An account of lay-patronages in Scotland, and of the fatal differences they have occasion'd betwixt the Church and lay-patrons, with observations on the arguments for restoring them
  341. An account of many remarkable passages of the life of Oliver Sansom : shewing, his convincement of the truth, and the exercises, tryals and sufferings which came upon him for his obedience thereunto
  342. An account of Mr. Thomas Ridgly : an independent minister and preacher at the Three Cranes in Thames-street, wilful and malicious blaspheming the work of the spirit of God in a member of that Church; and how he and Mr. Peter Pindar, and Mr. Robert Handcock, has [sic] labour'd to drive her to distrac ...
  343. An account of proceedings in the Convocation which began, Oct. 25. 1705 : So far as it could be given, by reason of the concealment of the Acts of the Lower House,
  344. An account of reason and faith : in relation to the mysteries of Christianity. By John Norris,
  345. An account of reason and faith : in relation to the mysteries of Christianity. By John Norris,
  346. An account of reason and faith : with an address to Socinians; by John Norris, ... The fourteenth edition, Corrrected [sic] for a new grammar and dictionary of the English language; by Herbert Croft, ... To which is added, by the editor, ... a letter to Dr. Priestley
  347. An account of some late attempts by the correspondents of the Society for Propagating Christian Knowledge, to Christianize the North American Indians
  348. An account of some late proceedings of the "Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge;" : addressed to the members thereof, particulary those who are resident in the country
  349. An account of some Lent and other extraordinary processions : and ecclesiastical entertainments, seen at Lisbon. In four letters to an English friend. With a preface, shewing the reasons of its present re-publication, ... By GeorgeWhitefield,
  350. An account of some of the labours, exercises, travels and perils, by sea and land, of John Taylor : of York: and also, his deliverances; by way of journal
  351. An account of some of the sufferings of his holiness Pius VI. Immediately previous to his being forced from Rome. With other interesting matter
  352. Account of the abolishing of duels in France
  353. An account of the admirable conversion of one Sarah Howley : a child of eight or nine years old, her wonderful ejaculations and sayings. Very good for the use of children,to read and imitate. By a Minister of the Gospel
  354. An account of the ancient division of the English nation into hundreds and tithings : the happy effects of that excellent institution; ...Intended as an appendix to several tracts on national defence, &c. By Granville Sharp
  355. An account of the arguments of counsel with the opinions at large of the Honourable Mr. Justice Gould, Mr. Justice Ashhurst, and Mr. Baron Hotham : Upon the question at the session at the Old-Bailey, on Saturday the 16th of September, 1775, whether Margaret Caroline Rudd ought to be tried. By Joseph ...
  356. An account of the arguments of counsel, and the directions of the court, on a plea of auterfois [sic] acquit, pleaded by James Foy : at the ... assizes 1786, ... at Ballinrobe,... to an indictment for procuring, ... Andrew Creagh, ... and others,to ... murder Patrick Randal M'Donnell, ... and Charle ...
  357. An account of the arraignments and tryals of Col. Richard Kirkby,Capt. John Constable, Capt. Cooper Wade, Capt. Samuel Vincent, and Capt. Christopher Fogg : ... at a court-martial held on board the ship Breda in Port-Royal Harbour inJamaica ... October, 1702
  358. An account of the arraignments and tryals of Col. Richard Kirkby,Capt. John Constable, Capt. Cooper Wade, Capt. Samuel Vincent, and Capt. Christopher Fogg : ... at a court-martial held on board the ship Breda in Port-Royal Harbour inJamaica ... October, 1702. ... Transmitted from two eminent merchan ...
  359. An account of the baptism, life, death and funeral, of the most incomparable Prince Frederick Henry, Prince of Wales
  360. The account of the behaviour, confessions, and dying words, of the malefactors : who were executed at Kennington-Common, on Friday the 11th of this instant April: and likewise the confessions ... of Sweet and Wilkinson,
  361. An account of the Benevolent institution for the sole purpose of delivering poor married women, at their own habitations. Established January 1780
  362. An account of the captivity of Elizabeth Hanson : late of Kachecky in New-England: who, with four of her children, and servant-maid, was taken captive by the Indians, ... A new edition.Taken in substance from her own mouth, by Samuel Bownas
  363. An account of the captivity of Elizabeth Hanson : late of Kachecky in New-England: who, with four of her children, and servant-maid, was taken captive by the Indians, ... A new edition.Taken in substance from her own mouth, by Samuel Bownas
  364. An Account of the conduct of the council which dismissed the Rev. Mr. Edwards from the pastoral care of the First Church at Northampton : with reflections on the protestation accompanying the printed result of that council, and the letter published relating to that affair. In a letter to a friend
  365. An account of the conduct of the ministers with relation to the Peerage-Bill : in a letter to a friend in the country
  366. An account of the conduct of the Roman-Catholick clergy : and zealots of France, from the first toleration there of the protestants, to their expulsion. ... Written and first publish'd in January 1709: and since reprinted with some additions
  367. An account of the conference held in Nicholas-Lane, February 13th. 1734-5. between two Romish priests, and some Protestant divines. ... By Samuel Chandler
  368. An account of the constitutional English polity of congregational courts : and more particularly of the great annual court of the people, called the View of Frankpledge, ... Intended as an appendix to several tracts on national defence, &c. The second edition. By Granville Sharp
  369. An account of the conversion of Edward Lee : a malefactor, who was executed at Haverford-West, in Wales, for a robbery. In a letter from the late Rev. Mr. Cennick, to his friend in London
  370. An account of the conversion of Fran. de Chalus : sieur de la Motte, and all his family, to the reformed religion. By way of answer to a friend ... Done out of French by Mr. Rawlins
  371. An account of the conversion of the Rev. John Thayer : lately a Protestant minister at Boston in North-America, who embraced the Roman Catholic religion at Rome, ... 1783. Written by himself. To which is added, a letter to his brother,
  372. An account of the convincement : exercises, services and travels of ... Richard Davies. With some relation of ancient friends, and the spreading of truth in North-Wales, &c
  373. An account of the convincement and call to the ministry of Margaret Lucas : late of Leek, in Staffordshire
  374. An account of the convincement and call to the ministry of Margaret Lucas : late of Leek, in Staffordshire
  375. An account of the Convocation's proceedings with relation to Mr. Whiston : With a postscript, containing a reply to the considerations on the Historical preface, and the premonition to the reader. To which is added, a supplement to the foregoing account of the convocation's proceedings. By WilliamWh ...
  376. An account of the courts of Prussia and Hanover : sent to a Minister of State in Holland. The secondedition. To which are added, The ordinances, statutes, and privileges of the Royal Academy erected by the King of Prussia in his capital city of Berlin
  377. An account of the cruel persecutions, rais'd by the French clergy : since their taking sanctuary here, against several worthy ministers, gentlemen, gentlewomen, and tradesmen, ... By Claudius Rey,
  378. An account of the cruelties exercis'd by the Inquisition in Portugal : to which is added, a relation of the detention of Mr. Louis Ramé in the prisons of the Inquisition ... Written by one of the secretaries to the Inquisition
  379. An account of the culture and use of the mangel wurzel : or root of scarcity. Translated from the French of the Abbé de Commerell,
  380. An account of the curious and interesting trial of Thomas Hall : late haberdasher on the South Bridge, Edinburgh, before the High Court of Justiciary, in January and February 1789; for fraud and wilful imposition,
  381. An account of the death of Mrs. Anne Thornton : of the borough of Southwark, who departed this life the 18th day of March, 1799
  382. An account of the destruction of the Jesuits in France. By M. d'Alembert
  383. An Account of the discovery of a hermit, who lived about 200 years in a cave, at the foot of a hill, 73 days journey westward of the Great Alleghany Mountains
  384. An account of the disorderly way of some of the ministers of this present church : and their way of baptizeing children without consent of the father, ... I Robert Ker (Wright) composed these following lines in the Prison House of Dalkeith, ... 1711
  385. An account of the doctrine, manners, liturgy, and idiom of the Unitas Fratrum : Taken from, and comprising the supplement ... of the vouchers to the Report of the Committee of the Honourable the House of Commons ... lately printed in folio
  386. An account of the Dæmoniacks : and of the power of casting out Dæmons, both in the New Testament, and in the four first centuries. Occasioned by a late pamphlet intituled, an enquiry into the meaning of Dæmoniacks in the New Testament. ... By Will. Whiston, M.A
  387. An account of the endeavours used by the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts, to instruct the Negroe slaves in New York : Together with two of Bp. Gibson's letters on that subject. Being an extract from Dr. Humphreys's Historical account of the Incorporated Society for the Pro ...
  388. An account of the establishment for relieving poor proselytes : with an abstract of the proceedings of the Commissioners for that purpose, from the 3d of February, 1719-20, to the 25th of December, 1720
  389. An account of the expenditure of the several sums of money which have been granted by Parliament for the support of the Board ofAgriculture,
  390. An account of the French prophets, and their pretended inspirations : in three letters sent to John Lacy, Esq; by one that is concern'd for his friend: a lover of truth, and a hater of persecution
  391. An account of the funds, expenditure, and general management of the affairs, of the Society in Scotland for Propagating Christian Knowledge: contained in a report, drawn up by a committee of their number, appointed for that purpose
  392. An account of the Gospel labours, and Christian experiences of a faithful minister of Christ, John Churchman : ... To which is added, a short memorial of ... Joseph White,
  393. An account of the Gospel labours, and Christian experiences of a faithful minister of Christ, John Churchman : ... To which is added, a short memorial of ... Joseph White,
  394. An account of the Gospel labours, and Christian experiences of a faithful minister of Christ, John Churchman : ... To which is added, a short memorial of ... Joseph White,
  395. An account of the Gospel labours, and Christian experiences of a faithful minister of Christ, John Churchman, late of Nottingham in Pennsylvania, deceased : To which is added a short memorial of the life and death of a fellow labourer in the church, our valuable friend Joseph White, late of Bucks Co ...
  396. An account of the government of the Church of Scotland : as it is establish'd by law; and of the discipline and worship presently practised by that Church
  397. An account of the growth of deism in England : With other tracts of the same author. To which are added, Sir Robert Howard's History of religion. Mr. Marvel's History of councils. A discourse of the rise and antiquity of cathedral worship
  398. An account of the innovations made by the Archbishop of Dublin; both in respect of his entrance on the archbishoprick, and in regard of the dean and chapter of Christ-Church
  399. An account of the institution and proceedings of the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge and Practice. And for aiding and assisting Sunday Schools in the Kingdom of Ireland
  400. An account of the judgment of the late Reverend Mr. Baxter : concerning the imputation of Adams sin, and Christs righteousness: ... Collected from his own writings, as a necessary vindication of that excellent divine, from the false aspersions cast upon him by Mr. John England, ... By Samuel Cliffor ...
  401. An account of the King of Spain's arrival and reception at Lisbon
  402. An account of the last words of Christian Karr : who dyed at Edinburgh on the 4th of February 1702, in the eleventh year of her age: ... By Mr. Archibald Deans
  403. An account of the last words of Christian Keer : who dyed at Edinburgh on the fourth of February 1702. in the eleventh year of her age: ... By Mr. Archbald Deans,
  404. An account of the last words of Christian Ker : who died at Edinburgh on the fourth of February 1702, in the eleventh year of her age. ... [B]y Mr. Archbald Deans,
  405. An account of the late conversion of Mr. John Barville alias Barton, from popery, to the reformed Church of England : With the form of his solemn abjuration of the Romish religion. Written by himself. To which are added, a letter of the Reverend Dr. Kennett, ... And also the forms of renouncing pope ...
  406. An account of the late dispute between the Bishop of Ely and the Fellows of Peterhouse : concerning the election of the Master of that college; ... By a late member of one of those colleges
  407. An account of the late proceedings in the Council of the RoyalSociety, in order to remove from Gresham-College into Crane-Court, in Fleet-Street. In a letter to a Friend
  408. An account of the late proceedings of the Dissenting ministers at Salters-Hall : Occasioned by the differences amongst their brethren in the country: ... In a letter to ... Dr.Gale
  409. An account of the late success of the Gospel, in the province of New-York, North-America: contained in letters from the Rev. Messrs. Buell,Hazard, and Prime
  410. An account of the life and conversation of the reverend and worthy Mr.Isaac Milles, late rector of Highcleer in Hampshire. Together with the sermon that was preached ... at his interment, on Saturday the 9th day of July, 1720
  411. An account of the life and death of ... Mr. Matthew Henry : ... who died June 22d, 1714, ... Chiefly collected out of his own papers, and faithfully published by W. Tong
  412. An account of the life and death of Mr. Philip Henry : minister of the Gospel ... who died June 24, 1696, ... By Matthew Henry,
  413. An account of the life and death of Mr. Philip Henry : minister of the Gospel, ... who dyed June 24. 1696
  414. An account of the life and death of Mrs. Elizabeth Bury : who died, May the 11th 1720. Aged 76. Chiefly collected out of her own diary. Together with her funeral sermon, preach'd at Bristol, ... By the Reverend Mr. William Tong, and her elegy, by the Reverend Mr. J. Watts
  415. An account of the life and travels in the work of the ministry, of John Fothergill : To which are added, divers epistles to friends in Great Britain and America, on variousoccasions
  416. An account of the life and writings of Mr. John Locke,
  417. An account of the life and writings of the Rev. Alban Butler : interspersed with observations on some subjects of sacred and profane literature mentioned in his writings
  418. An account of the life and writings of the Reverend Edmund Staunton,D.D. Minister of the Gospel at Kingston upon Thames,
  419. An account of the life of George Berkeley : D.D. late Bishop of Cloyne in Ireland. With notes, containing strictures upon his works
  420. An account of the life of Mr. David Brainerd : missionary ... Published by Jonathan Edwards, A.M. With Mr Brainerd's Public journal. To this edition is added, Mr Beatty's mission
  421. An account of the life of that ancient servant of Jesus Christ, John Richardson
  422. An account of the life of the late Reverend Mr David Brainerd : minister of the Gospel, ... who died at Northampton in New-England, October 9. 1747, in the 30th year of his age. Chiefly taken from his own diary, ... By Jonathan Edwards, ... To which is annexed, 1. Mr Brainerd's journal while among t ...
  423. An account of the life, and dealings of God with Silas Told : late preacher of the Gospel; ... Written by himself
  424. An account of the life, death, and writings, of the Rev. Dr. Dodd : who was executed at Tyburn, on Friday the 27th of June, 1777, for the forging of a bond of four thousand two hundred pounds in the name of the Earl of Chesterfield. With observations on his case, ... By a citizen of London
  425. An account of the life, travels, and Christian experiences in the work of the ministry of Samuel Bownas
  426. An account of the life, travels, and Christian experiences in the work of the ministry of Samuel Bownas
  427. An account of the life, travels, and Christian experiences in the work of the ministry of Samuel Bownas
  428. An account of the lives and behaviour of the three French prophets, lately come out of the Cevennes and Languedoc; and of the proceedings of the consistory of the Savoy, in relation to them
  429. An account of the manner in which the Protestant Church of the Unitas Fratrum, or United Brethren, preach the Gospel : ... Translated from the German of the Rev. August Gottlieb Spangenberg
  430. Account of the martyrs at Smyrna and Lyons, in the second century. With explanatory notes
  431. An account of the mind of the Synod at Belfast 1721. In a short reply to Mr. Dugud's remarks upon their declaration
  432. An account of the miracle wrought on the 31st of May : the feast of Corpus Christi, in ... 1725, ... at Paris. In the person of Anne Charlier, wife to Francis de la Fosse ...Gather'd from the verbal processes made in the Archbishops court at Paris, ... Faithfully translated from the French
  433. An account of the nature and views of the Philanthropic Society : ... To which are annexed, the Laws and regulations of the Society, with an abstract of the income and expenditure of the last year
  434. An account of the ordination of the Rev. Joseph Lamb, to the co-pastoral care of the independent church at Weymouth, Dorset, April 20,1797
  435. An account of the origin and designs of the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge
  436. An account of the origin of subscriptions to the 39 Articles and the 36th Canon, in the University of Oxford
  437. An account of the present state of the prisons and houses of correction in the northern circuit : Taken from a late publication of John Howard, ... To which is prefixed, an Introduction,
  438. An account of the proceedings of the General Assembly at Glasgow 1638.Taken verbatim from a letter written by one of the members present, to his brother in the country
  439. An account of the proceedings of the Incorporated-Society in Dublin : for promoting English Protestant schools in Ireland, from February 6th. 1733, on which day the Royal charter was opened, to the 6th. of March following. In two letters, published by order of the Society
  440. An account of the proceedings of the Presbytery, whereof the Rev. Mr. John Moorhead, &c. are members, against the Rev. Mr. Robert Abercrombie, Minister of the Gospel at Pelham.-- : With some remarks on their extraordinary conduct, in relation to him. In a letter to a friend. [One line from Jeremiah]
  441. An account of the proceedings of the Society for propagating the gospel at home, from their commencement, December 28. 1798, to May 16.1799
  442. An account of the proceedings on a charge of high treason against John Martin : author of the following works: 1. An inquiry into the state of the legal and judicial polity ofScotland. ... 2. A letter to the Earl of Lauderdale
  443. An account of the progress of the reformation of manners : in England and Ireland, and other parts of the world. ...In a letter to a friend. To which is added, the special obligations of magistrates
  444. An account of the progress of the reformation of manners : in England, Scotland, and Ireland ... In a letter to a friend. To which is added, Her Majesty's proclamation for the encouragement of piety and virtue,
  445. An account of the progress of the reformation of manners : in England, Scotland, and Ireland, and other parts of Europe and America. ... In a letter to a friend. To which is added, The special obligations of magistrates,
  446. An Account of the reasons why a considerable number, (about fifty, whereof ten are members in full communion) belonging to the New North Congregation in Boston could not consent to Mr. Peter Thacher's ordination there : Who has left his flock at Weymouth, and accepted of a call in Boston, without th ...
  447. An account of the religion, manners, and learning of the people of Malabar : in several letters written by some of the most learned men of that country to the Danish missionaries. Translated from the High-Dutch by J. Tho. Phillips
  448. An account of the religion, rites, ceremonies, and superstitions of the Moscovites; extracted from several writers ... By James Debia,
  449. An account of the remarkable conversion and experience of Mary Hurll, as taken from her own mouth
  450. An account of the remarkable life and death of the Reverend Mr. Alexander Peden; ... Who died January 28, 1686, about sixty years of age
  451. An account of the rise and present state of the inquisitions : shewing, that those of Spain and Portugal are contrary to the divine and political laws, ... Written originally in Spanish by a Roman Catholick, and never before translated into English
  452. An account of the rise and progress of the religious societies : in the city of London, &c. and of their endeavours for reformation of manners. By Josiah Woodward,
  453. An account of the rise and progress of the religious societies : in the city of London, &c. and of their endeavours for reformation of manners. By Josiah Woodward, D.D
  454. An account of the rise, constitution and management, of the Society in Scotland, for Propagating Christian Knowledge
  455. An account of the rise, constitution and management, of the Society in Scotland, for Propagating Christian Knowledge
  456. An account of the rise, progress, and present state of the Magdalen Charity : To which are added, the Rev. Mr. Dodd's sermon, preached before the president, vice-presidents, and governors, &c. His sermon preached before his Royal Highness the Duke of York, &c. And the advice to the Magdalens; with t ...
  457. An account of the rise, progress, and present state of the Magdalen Charity : To which are added, the Rev. Mr. Dodd's sermons, preached before the president, vice-presidents, and governors, &c. ... before His Royal Highness the Duke of York, &c. and the advice to the Magdalens; with the hymns, praye ...
  458. An account of the rise, progress, and present state of the Magdalen Hospital : for the reception of penitent prostitutes. Together with Dr. Dodd's sermons, preached before the president, vice-presidents, governors, &c. Before his Royal Highness the Duke of York, &c. and in the Magdalen Chapel, ... ( ...
  459. An account of the rise, progress, and present state of the Magdalen Hospital : for the reception of penitent prostitutes. Together with Dr. Dodd's sermons. To which are added, the advice to the Magdalens; with the psalms, hymns, prayers, rules, and list of subscribers
  460. An account of the several monasteries, priories, ... which were demolished in the reign of K. Henry the VIII. and the annual revenue of them
  461. An account of the Society for Promoting Christian knowledge
  462. An account of the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge
  463. An account of the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge
  464. An account of the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge
  465. An account of the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge
  466. An account of the Society for promoting Christian Knowledge
  467. An account of the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge
  468. An account of the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge
  469. An account of the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge
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  471. An account of the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge
  472. An account of the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge
  473. An account of the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge
  474. An account of the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge
  475. An account of the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge
  476. An account of the Society for promoting Christian Knowledge
  477. An account of the Society for Promoting Religious Knowledge among the Poor : began anno 1750
  478. An account of the Society for promoting religious knowledge among the poor : begun Anno 1750
  479. An account of the Society for promoting religious knowledge among the poor : begun Anno 1750
  480. An account of the Society for promoting religious knowledge among the poor : begun Anno 1750
  481. An account of the Society for promoting religious knowledge among the poor : begun Anno 1750
  482. An account of the Society for promoting religious knowledge among the poor : begun Anno 1750
  483. An account of the Society for promoting religious knowledge among the poor : begun Anno 1750
  484. An account of the Society for Promoting Religious Knowledge, among the Poor
  485. An account of the Society for Propagating the Gospel in Foreign Parts,established by the Royal Charter of King William III. With their proceedings and success,
  486. An account of the Society in Scotland for Propagating Christian Knowledge, from its commencement, in 1709. In which is included, the present state of the highlands and islands of Scotland with regard to religion
  487. An account of the state of learning in the empire of Lilliput : Together with the history and character of Bullum the Emperor's Library-Keeper. Faithfully transcribed out of Captain Lemuel Gulliver's General description of the empire of Lilliput,
  488. An account of the state of the Roman-Catholick religion throughout the world : Written for the use of Pope Innocent XI. by Monsieur Cerri, ... With a large dedication to the presentpope; ... By Sir Richard Steele
  489. An account of the state of the Roman-Catholick religion throughout the world : Written for the use of Pope Innocent XI. by Monsignor Cerri, ... With a large dedication to the present pope; ... By Sir Richard Steele
  490. Account of the sufferings of Friends ... Meeting for sufferings, 26th of 7th month, 1793
  491. An account of the sufferings of the persecuted Protestants in the archbishoprick of Saltzburg, with their reception in several imperial cities in Germany. Together with their confession of faith. ... To which is added, the Archbishop's decree and passport,
  492. An account of the superstitious ceremonies and wicked practices of the Church of Rome, in the Holy week. By Parthenopæus Hereticus
  493. An account of the surprising deliverance of the Rev. Mr. John Rogers, from a threatened imprisonment : ... To which is annexed, remarkable [sic] instance of the wonderful goodness of God in the relief of the Rev. Mr. David Anderson,
  494. An account of the torments the French Protestants endure aboard the galleys
  495. An account of the torments which the French Protestants endure aboard the galleys
  496. An account of the trial of Alexander Kilham : methodist preacher, before the General conference in London: ... July, 1796. Written by himself
  497. An account of the trial of Alexander Kilham : Methodist preacher, before the general conference in London: on the 26th, 27th, and 28th of July, 1796. Written by himself
  498. An account of the trial of Alexander Whyte : baker, for a false, malicious, and seditious libel; of which charge he was honourably acquitted, at the quarter sessions, held for the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne, on Wednesday, July 17, 1793. Published by the defendant, for the benefit of his ...
  499. An account of the trial of Edward Smyth : late curate of Ballyculter, in the diocese of Down
  500. An account of the trial of the letter y alias Y
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