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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 to be diligent in the execution of the penal-laws against prophaneness and debauchery, etc. By ... (J. Downing, 1706)
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An account of the progress of the reformation of manners, in England, Scotland, and Ireland, and other parts of Europe and America: With some reasons and plain direction for our hearty and vigorous prosecution of this glorious work. In a letter to a friend. To which is added, the special ..., 12th ed. (J. Downing, 1704)
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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 ..., 13th ed. (J. Downing: and are to be sold by J. Nutt, 1701)
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An Account of the Societies For Reformation of Manners, In England and Ireland: With a Persuasive to Persons of all Ranks, To Be Zealous and Diligent in Promoting the Execution of the Laws against Prophaneness and Debauchery, for the Effecting A National Reformation (Downing, 1701)
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An account of the societies for reformation of manners, in London and Westminster, and other parts of the kingdom: With a persuasive to persons of all ranks, to be zealous and diligent in promoting the execution of the laws against prophaneness and debauchery, for the effecting a national ... (London : B. Aylmer, 1699)
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Bericht von dem Uhrsprung der gottseligen Gesellschafften in London
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Berlin, 1700BSB 
A disswasive from gaming: By a minister of the Church of England, 5th ed. (Joseph Downing, 1718)
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A disswasive from the sin of drunkenness: By a minister of the Church of England (Joseph Downing, 1711)
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The Divine Original, and Incomparable Excellency of the Christian Religion, as Founded on the Holy Scriptures, Asserted and Vindicated: in VIII Sermons, Preach'd at the Lecture Founded by ... Robert Boyle Esq; in the Year ... 1709/10 (Joseph Downing, 1712)
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The divine original, and incomparable excellency of the Christian religion, as founded on the Holy Scriptures, asserted and vindicated: in VIII sermons, preach'd at the lecture founded by the Honourable Robert Boyle esq; in the year of our Lord 1709-10 (London : J. Downing, 1712)
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Fair Warnings to a Careless World, Or, The Serious Practice of Religion Recommended by the Admonitions of Dying Men: And the Sentiments of All People in Their Most Serious Hours : and Other Testimonies of an Extraordinary Nature, 4th ed. (T. Longman, 1736)
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A Kind Caution to Prophane Swearers: By a Minister of the Church of England, vol. 9 (J. Downing, 1716)
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Pastoral advice to young persons, in order to their being confirmed by the bishop, by a minister of the Church of England [J. Woodward], 27th ed. (1824)
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A rebuke to the sin of uncleanness: By a minister of the Church of England (Joseph Downing, 1717)
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Relation des societez etablies en Angleterre & en Irelande, pour la reformation des moeurs: Avec des exhortations pressantés à toute forte de personnes, afin de les obliger à faire valoir avec zele & avec diligence, les loix faites contre l'impieté & la débauche, & pour la reformation du royaume (A. Acher, 1701)
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The seaman's monitor: wherein particular advice is given to sea-faring men, ... By Josiah Woodward, Part 4 (Joseph Downing, 1711)
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The seaman's monitor: wherein particular advice is given to sea-faring men, with reference to their behaviour. [Another], 17th ed. (1806)
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A serious reflection on the grievous scandal of prophane language in conversation: By Josiah Woodward, Part 4 (Joseph Downing, 1708)
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A short answer to the objections that are made by ill, or ignorant men, against those pious and highly useful persons, who ... give informations to magistrates of the breaches of the laws against prophaneness and immorality. By a minister of the Church of England [J. Woodward]. (1705)
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