Church Of Scotland Presbytery Of Stirling : The remonstrance of the Presbyterie of Sterling, against the present conjunction with the malignant party. : To the commission of the Kirk at St. Johnstons.; Church of Scotland.
Church Of Scotland Synod Of Aberdeen : Some queries touching excommunication : published by the people of God, (termed in derision Quakers) to be considered by all the bishops and synods of this nation, or any others that may be concerned in such proceedings against them. But most especially, by the present bishop and synod of Aberdeen.; Cowie, John,
Church Of St Luke Chelsea London England : Statement shewing the sums received and paid by the trustees, under the act for building the new Church of St. Luke, Chelsea [electronic resource] : and for other purposes relating thereto, and of another act for amending the same, from the 31st January, 1849.; Church of St. Luke (Chelsea, London, England)
Church Of St Mary Overs Southwark London England : The true history of the life and sudden death of old Iohn Overs, the rich ferry-man of London : And how he lost his life by his owne covetousnesse. And of his daughter Mary, who caused the Church of Saint Mary Overs in Southwark to be built, and of the building of London-Bridge.
Church Officers England Manchester : Strictures upon the churchwardens and overseers of Manchester [electronic resource] : with some introductory remarks on public abuse, parochial taxes, &c. : also, observations extracted from the most eminent modern writers, on the subject of the poors' law, together with reflections deducible therefrom : tending equally to relieve the pressure on the ley-payer, as well as to administer additional comforts to the poor : addressed to the inhabitants of Manchester / by Thomas Battye.; Battye, Thomas.
Church Offices Great Britain : The vestry laid open, or, A full and plain detection of the many gross abuses, impositions, and oppressions of select-vestries [electronic resource] : in two parts : part I. Containing an account of the duty of parish officers, with respect to their election ... part II. Many instances of abuses in every branch of their duty ... with remarks upon the electing and fining of constables, the unequal billeting of soldiers &c. : necessary for all householders in town and country / by Joseph Phipps.; Phipps, Joseph,
Church Plate England London Early Works To 1800 : Whereas there is and hath been yeerely, and euery yeere, on festiual dayes, and others, great store of the siluer and guilt plate belonging to the Kings Maiestie, the Prince, and nobles of this realme lost ....; England and Wales.
Church Ploity Early Works To 1800 : To the Honourable the House of Commons assembled in high court of Parliament: : the humble remonstrance and petition of the Lord Major, aldermen, and commons of the city of London, in Common Councell assembled.; City of London (England).
Church Poetry : Protestantisme reviv'd, or, The persecuted church triumphing / [by] C.A., Linc. Coll. Oxon.; C. A.,
Church Polity England Early Works To 1800 : The way of the Presbiterian government, : as it is established by both Houses of Parliament, and to be setled in all parts of the kingdome of England. Published the 27. of May, 1947 [sic].
Church Polity History Early Works To 1800 : Sixteene propositions in Parliament. : Touching the manner and forme for church governement, by bishops and the clergie of this kingdome. Whereunto is added. The opinion of the English doctors and divines at the synod at Dort, concerning episcopacy and lay-elders. Also the names of 14. divines more which are added to the synod by the House of Parliament. With an order by the Lords and Commons in Parliament, touching the governement of the church. Hen. Elsing. Cler. Parl. D. Com.; England and Wales.
Church Property England Herefordshire Early Works To 1800 : The first part of Earl Coningsby's case, relating to the vicaridge of Lempster in Herefordshire [electronic resource] : wherein is contain'd a full account of all the tricks which the lawyers, ecclesiastical and temporal, have made use of to deprive the said earl of his undoubted right ...; Coningsby, Thomas Coningsby,