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Booth, Abraham (1734-1806)
An essay on the kingdom of Christ (J. Sterry, 1801)
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Bos, Lambert (1670-1717)
Antiquitatum Graecarum (Franeker : D. Romar, 1809)
GB 
Vetus Testamentum ex versione septuaginta interpretum. Junta exemplar vaticanum, ed. Lambert Bos (Oxford : E. Typographeo Clarendoniano)
Vol. 1 (1805)
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Vol. 4 (1805) GB 
Bossuet, Jacques Bénigne (1627-1704)
Discours sur l'histoire universelle: depuis le commencement du monde jusqu'à l'Empire de Charlemagne
Didot, 1803GB 
Impr. P. Didot
Vol. 2 (1803) GB 
Opere (Paris : Venezia Presso P. Zerletti)
Vol. 1 (1795)
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Oraisons funèbres. D'après le procédé de Firmin Didot (Paris : P. et F. Didot, 1802)
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Boston, Thomas (1676-1732)
The crook in the lot; or The sovereignty and wisdom of God, in the afflictions of men displayed; together with a Christian deportment under them. Being the substance of several sermons on Eccl. VII. 13, Prov. XVI.19, and I Pet. v. 6 (Philadelphia : D. Hogan, 1811)
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The Everlasting Espousals: Being a Sermon Preached at the Administration of the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper, August, 1714 (Henry Fero, 1812)
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Human nature in its four-fold state, of primitive integrity, entire depravity, begun recovery, and consummate happiness or misery; subsisting in the parents of mankind in paradise, the unregenerate, the regenerate, and all mankind in the future state. In several practical discourses (London : J. Chalmers, 1793)
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Human nature in its four-fold state: of primitive integrity, subsisting in the parents of mankind in paradise; entire depravation, in the irregenerate; begun recovery, in the regenerate; consummate happiness or misery, in all mankind in the future state; in several practical discourses (C. Brightly and Co., 1812)
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