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William King (1650-1729)
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De origine Mali (1704)
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De origine mali (apud P. G. Saurmannum, 1704)
GB 
The diary of William King, D.D.: Dean of St. Patrick's, afterwards Archbishop of Dublin kept during his imprisonment in Dublin Castle, 1689 (University Press by Ponsonby and Gibbs., 1903)
GB 
Divine predestination and fore-knowledg: consistent with the freedom of man's will. A sermon preach'd at Christ-Church, Dublin; May 15. 1709. ... By his Grace, William Lord Archbishop of Dublin (Dublin, and reLondon, for J. Baker, 1709)
GB 
An essay on the origin of evil
T. Stephens, 1732GB 
W. Thurlbourn, 1731GB 
ed. Edmund Law (W. Thurlbourn, 1739)GB 
ed. Edmund Law (W. Thurlbourn & J. Woodyer)
Vol. 1 (1758) GB 
Vol. 2 (1758) GB 
W. Thurlbourn bookseller in Cambridge; and sold by R. Knaplock, J. and J. Knapton, and W. Innis in St. Paul's Church-Yard London., 1731GB 
Cambridge : W. Thurlbourn & J. Woodyer, 1758IA 
Cambridge : William Thurlbourn, 1739IA 
5th ed. / ed. Edmund Law, trans. Edmund Law (R. Faulder, 1781)GB 
An essay on the origin of evil (4th ed., corr.) / , by Dr. William King,... translated from the Latin with large notes. To which are added two sermons by the same author, the former concerning divine prescience, the latter on the fall of man. The 4th edition, corrected, by Edmund Law,..., ed. Edmund Law (Cambridge : W. Thurlbourn and J. Woodyer, 1758)
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An essay on the origin of evil. (London : W. Thurlbourn bookseller in Cambridge; and sold by R. Knaplock, J. and J. Knapton, and W. Innis in St. Paul's Church-Yard London, 1731)
IA 
A great Archbishop of Dublin, William King, D.D., 1650-1729: His autobiography, family, and a selection from his correspondence, ed. Sir Charles Simeon King (bart.) (Longmans, Green and co., 1908)
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A great archbishop of Dublin, William King, D.D., 1650-1729: His autobiography, family, and a selection from his correspondence, ed. Sir Charles Simeon King (Longmans, Green and co., 1908)
GB 
A key to divinity: or, A philosophical essay on free-will (Sold by M. Lawrence, 1715)
GB 
The right method of interpreting Scripture, in what relates to the nature of the Deity, and His dealings with mankind, illustrated in a Discourse on Predestination (LOndon : Murray, 1821)
IA 

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