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The Difficulties and Discouragements which Attend the Study of the Scriptures: In the Way of Private Judgment; Represented in a Letter to a Young Clergyman. ... By a Presbyter of the Church of England. The Tenth Edition. There is Added in this Edition, ... a Letter Written by ... John ...
, vol. 1 (James, John, and Paul Knapton, 1735
A Discourse of the Several Dignities: And Corruptions of Man's Nature Since the Fall
(E. Curll, 1720
Four tracts by the ever memorable Mr. John Hales of Eaton College. Viz. I. Of the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper. II. Of the power of the keyes. III. Of schism and schismaticks. IV. Missellanies.
Golden remains of the ever memorable Mr Iohn Hales of Eton College &c., ed. Peter Gunning
|ed. Peter Gunning (London : Tim Garthwait, 1659)||EEBO-TCP |
|1st ed. / London : Tim Garthwait, 1659||IA |
Golden remains of the ever memorable Mr. John Hales ... with additions from the authours own copy, viz., sermons & miscellanies, also letters and expresses concerning the Synod of Dort (not before printed), from an authentick hand.
: Tho. Newcomb for Robert Pawlet ..., 1673
Golden Remains of the ever memorable Mr. John Hales of Eton College, &c. With additions from the author's own copy, sermons and miscellanies, also letters and expresses concerning the Synod of Dort
|3rd ed. / London : T.B. for George Pawler, 1688||GB |
|4th ed. / E. Pawlet, 1711||GB |
Historia Concilii Dordraceni
|Felginer, 1724||GB |
Korte historie van het Synode van Dordrecht: vervatende eenige aenmerkelijke en noyt voor-henen ontdekte bysonderheden
|Den Hague : J. Tongerloo, 1671||GB |
La religion protestante, une voye sûre au salut: ou l'on a joint des dissert. de J. Hales et les vies de ces deux auteurs
|Vol. 1 (1730) ||GB |
A sermon preached at St Maries in Oxford vpon Tuesday in Easter vveeke, 1617. Concerning the abuses of obscure and difficult places of holy Scripture, and remedies against them. By Iohn Hales, Fellow of Eton Colledge, and Regius Professour of the Greeke tongue in the Vniversitie of Oxford.
: Iohn Lichfield, and William Wrench to the famous Vniversitie, 1617