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Horowitz, Isaiah (c.1555-1630)
[ Jewish ]
Sefer ḥaluqʾa de-rabanan: še-ḥibru ha-meʾorot ha-gedolim ha-rabanim ... we-hem 3 ketaviʺm ... perušim ... sefer Šene luḥot ha-berit ... Maṭeh ʾAharon ... Ketonet pasim ... (be-vet Dawid Ṭʾarṭʾas, 1695)
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ספר שאני לוחות הברית, vol. 1 (1698)
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Henley, John (1692-1756)
The Victorious Stroke for Old England; All Preachers Make All Hearers One Man Against Her Enemies, and Down Jericho ... [By John Henley.] The Third Edition (Primate Reason, Esq., 1748)
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The Appeal of the Oratory to the First Ages of Christianity ..., Part 1 (publisher not identified, 1727)
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Deism defeated, and Christianity defended; or, the evidence for Christianity ... proved to amount to certainty; and the present controversy between Dr. Tindal, Dr. Waterland, and others, relating to the case between reason and revelation stated and solved. Occasion'd by a late pamphlet ... (1731)
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An Oration on grave conundrums and serious buffoons; justifying burlesque teaching, etc. Being No. VI. of Oratory-Transactions (1729)
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An Essay Upon Pronunciation and Gesture: Founded Upon the Best Rules and Authorities of the Ancients, Ecclesiastical and Civil, and Adorned with the Finest Rules of Elocution (C.Hitch, 1750)
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Holyoke, Edward (1689-1769)
The Duty of Ministers of the Gospel to Guard Against the Pharisaism and Sadducism of the Present Day. Shewed in a Sermon [on Matt. Xvi. 6], Preach'd to the Convention of Ministers of the Province of Massachusetts-Bay, Etc (1741)
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Integrity and Religion to be principally regarded, by such as design others to stations of public trust. A sermon [on Nehem. vii. 2] preached before ... the Assembly of the Province of Massachusetts-Bay, etc (1736)
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Madsen, Jacob (1538-1586)
Einodia amicorvm ad hvmanissimvm virvm, virtvte ac ervditione præstantem Disiderium Fossium ..., Scriptum à Georgio Lessero, (Iacobus Mathiades Arhusiensis, Iohanne Hemmingio, Petri Hegelii) (Krafft : Johann, 1568)
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Helwys, Thomas (c.1575-c.1616)
A short and plaine proofe by the word, and workes off God, that Gods decree is not the cause off anye mans sinne or condemnation And that all men are redeamed by Christ. As also. That no infants are condemned. (Amsterdam? : [S.n.], 1611)
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Stoddon, Samuel (fl.1702-)
Dissenters no schismaticks, a second letter to R. Burscough, about his Discourse of schism, by the same hand [S. Stoddon]. (1702)
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Bray, Thomas (1658-1730)
Proposals for the encouragement and promoting of religion and learning in the foreign plantations (1701)
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Bray, Thomas. Several circular letters to the clergy of Mary-land, subsequent to their late visitations, to enforce such resolutions as were therein. Printed ... 1701 (1701)
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A memorial representing the present case of the church in Mary-land with relation to its establishment by law. Printed about 1700 (1700)
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Bibliotheca Parochialis ... Or a Scheme of Such Theological and Other Heads, as Seem Requisite to be Perus'd, Or Occasionally Consulted, vol. 1 (Wilkin, 1707)
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An Introductory Discourse to Catechetical Instruction: Shewing how the Same May be Made Both Practicable and Easie, ... In a Pastoral Letter to the Clergy of Maryland. With a Preface. ... By Thomas Bray, vol. 7 (J. Brudenell, 1704)
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A Brief Account of the life of ... J. Rawlet ... Together with a valuable remain of his, never before printed, viz. his consolatory letter to his mother, written on occasion of his apprehension of dying by the Great Plague, 1665. [By Thomas Bray.] MS. note (1728)
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Rev. Thomas Bray: his life and selected works relating to Maryland (Baltimore, 1901)
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The good fight of faith, in the cause of God against the kingdom of Satan. Exemplified in a sermon preach'd at the parish-church of St. Clements Danes, Westminster, on the 24th of March, 1708/9. At the funeral of Mr. John Dent, who was barbarously murder'd in the doing his duty, in the execution of the laws against profaneness and immorality (London, 1709)
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