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Henry Stebbing (bap.1687-1763)
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An earnest and affectionate address to the people called Methodists (J. Oliver, for B. Dod, bookseller to the Society for promoting Christian knowledge, 1745)
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An Enquiry Into the Force and Operation of the Annulling Clauses in a Late Act for the Better Preventing of Clandestine Marriages, with Respect to Conscience: In which the Rights of Marriage Both in and Out of Society are Briefly Discussed Upon the Principles of the Law of Nature.. (M. Cooper, in Pater-noster-row, 1754)
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An enquiry into the force and operation of the annulling clauses in a late act for the better preventing of clandestine marriages, with respect to conscience. In which the rights of marriage both in and out of society are briefly discussed upon the principles of the law of nature (London : M. Cooper ..., 1754)
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An essay concerning civil government consider'd as it stands related to religion... (London : Jonah Bowyer at the Rose in St. Paul's Churchyard, 1724)
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An essay concerning civil government, consider'd as it stands related to religion: Wherein the magistrate's right to support and encourage true religion by human laws is asserted, against the modern pleaders for an absolute, unrestrained toleration (Jonah Bowyer, at the Rose in St. Paul's Churchyard., 1724)
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An examination of Mr. Warburton's second proposition, in his projected demonstration of The divine legation of Moses. ... In an epistolary dissertation addressed to the author. To which is added, an appendix. ... (M. Cooper, 1744)
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The excellency of the Christian ministration: A sermon preached before the Sons of the Clergy, at their anniversary meeting in the cathedral church of St. Paul, Febr. 1, 1732. By Henry Stebbing ... (John Pemberton, 1733)
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The excellency of the knowledge of Christ Jesus. A sermon preach'd at the parish-church of Redgrave in Suffolk, on Sunday Feb. 26, 1720/21. By Henry Stebbing, ... (Jonah Bowyer, 1721)
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A fast sermon on occasion of the rebellion in Scotland in the year 1745. preached at Grays Inn Chapel. By Henry Stebbing, ... (R. Manby, and H.S. Cox, 1745)
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A fragment (M. Cooper, 1750)
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The history of Abraham, in the plain and obvious meaning of it, justified, against the objections of the author of The divine legation of Moses, &c [W. Warburton]. To which is added, a state of the argument concerning the knowledge of the doctrine of a future state among the ancient Jews (1746)
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The history of Abraham, in the plain and obvious meaning of it, justified,: against the objections of the author of The divine legation of Moses, &c. To which is added, a state of the argument concerning the knowledge of the doctrine of a future state among the ancient Jews, as it stands upon ... (R. Manby, and H. S. Cox, upon Ludgate-Hill., 1746)
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The instructions of a parish minister to his parishioners, on the subject of popery, 2nd ed. (C. Davis, 1754)
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A letter to Mr. Foster on the subject of heresy: By Henry Stebbing (J. and J. Pemberton, 1735)
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A letter to the Dean of Bristol. Occasioned by his new edition of the second volume of his Divine legation of Moses. By Henry Stebbing, ... (L. Davis, and C. Reymers, and sold by J. Townsend, 1759)
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Miscellaneous observations: or, Remarks upon some scatter'd passages in the Bishop of Bangor's answer to the representation: Being the conclusion of the defence of the first head of the charge of the committee (Henry Clements, 1718)
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Observations on a book, intituled, An introductory discourse to a larger work, &c. Containing an answer to the author's prejudices, that miraculous powers were not continued to the church after the days of the Apostles (C. Davis, 1747)
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The Oxford young gentleman's reply to a book entitled, Christianity not founded on argument, &c: In a letter to the author.. (T. Cooper, at the Globe, in Pater-noster-row., 1743)
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Polemical Tracts Or a Collection of Papers Written in Defence of the Doctrines and Discipline of the Church of England (Crownfield, 1727)
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A rational enquiry into the proper methods of supporting Christianity, so far as it concerns the governors of the Church: Being a defence of the general terms of communion, as now established in the Church of England ... (Jonah Bowyer, 1720)
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