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Dissenters Great Britain History 18th Century   3
Dissenters Great Britain History 19th Century   2
Dissenters Great Britain History 20th Century : Managing domestic dissent in First World War Britain / Brock Millman.; Millman, Brock,  2000 1
Dissenters History : Dance in chains [electronic resource] : political imprisonment in the modern world / Padraic Kenney.; Kenney, Padraic,  2017 1
Dissenters In Literature   10
Dissenters Latin America : Penseurs hétérodoxes du monde hispanique : ouvrage collectif / de l'équipe de recherche associé au C.N.R.S. no 80 sur la philosophie de langues espagnole et portugaise.  1974 1
Dissenters Legal Status Laws Etc : Contentious compliance [electronic resource] : dissent and repression under international human rights law / Courtenay R. Conrad, Emily Hencken Ritter.; Conrad, Courtenay R.  2019 1
Dissenters Mutual Friendly Colonizing Society : Dissenters' Mutual Friendly Colonizing Society : upon a plan embodying the New Testament principles, to the exclusion of those of an anti-Christian tendency / by W.R.P.; Papps, W. R.  1848 1
Dissenters Netherlands History 16th Century : Public opinion and changing identities in the early modern Netherlands : essays in honour of Alastair Duke / edited by Judith Pollmann, Andrew Spicer.  2007 1
Dissenters Netherlands History 17th Century : Public opinion and changing identities in the early modern Netherlands : essays in honour of Alastair Duke / edited by Judith Pollmann, Andrew Spicer.  2007 1
Dissenters Northern Ireland : Identity parades : Northern Irish culture and dissident subjects.; Kirkland, Richard.  2002 1
Dissenters Religions England Early Works To 1800   2
  Dissenters Religious -- See Also Free churches
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Dissenters Religious   15
Dissenters Religious Anecdotes : The Parable of the dove : being a review of the late controversie between the blackbirds and the magpies, tending to an amicable accommodation of all the differences which at present disturb the feather'd nations.  1691 1
Dissenters Religious Apologetic Works   3
Dissenters Religious Barbados : Truths in a true light, or, A pastoral letter to the reformed Protestants in Barbados : vindicating the Non-Conformists from the misrepresentations commonly made of them, in that island and other places : and demonstrating that they are indeed the truest and soundest part of the Church of England / from Francis Mackemie.; Mackemie, Francis.  1699 1
Dissenters Religious Bibliography Catalogues : Early nonconformity, 1566-1800 : a catalogue of books in Dr. Williams's Library, London.; Dr. Williams's Library.  1968 1
Dissenters Religious Controversial Literature   20
Dissenters Religious Controversial Literature Anglican Authors Early Works   2
Dissenters Religious Controversial Literature Early Works To 1800   7
Dissenters Religious Controversial Literature England Early Works To 18   4
Dissenters Religious Controversial Literature Poetry Early Works To 180   2
Dissenters Religious Doctrinal Works : News of a new world, or, The Mystical prison-door opened : whereby the outwardly bound are inwardly free, while the seemingly free are still really bound : declared in an epistle of love to the free-born of all sorts, not only in England, but in all nations / written by one better known of God than men, because an unworthy member of the invisible church.  1663 1
Dissenters Religious Early Works To 1800   47
Dissenters Religious England   543
Dissenters Religious England 17th Century : The Christian ministry of the Church of England vindicated and distinguished from the antichristian ministry of the Quakers : containing a brief reply to a false and foolish libel stiled A letter to the clergy of the diocess of Norfolk and Suffolk, &c., by a nameless author ... wherein his folly is detected, his lies confuted ... / by a member of the Church of England, Francis Bugg.; Bugg, Francis,  1699 1
Dissenters Religious England 17th Century Early Works To 1800   2
Dissenters Religious England 17th Century Humour : The true spirit and elixir of cant.  1684 1
Dissenters Religious England Anecdotes   3
Dissenters Religious England Apologetic Works   4
Dissenters Religious England Apologetic Works Early Works To 1800   2
Dissenters Religious England Bedford   2
Dissenters Religious England Biography Early Works To 1800 : The whole life and progresse of Henry Walker the ironmonger [electronic resource] : first, the manner of his conversation, secondly, the severall offences and scandalons [sic] pampehlets [sic] the said Walker hath writ, and for which he is now a prisoner in New-Gate, thirdly, the forme of the inditement which is laid against him ..., fourthly, his conviction by the jury, fiftly, his recantation ... : here are also many remarkable passages concerning the offence and apprehending the said Henry Walker ... / collected and written by Iohn Taylor.; Taylor, John,  1642 1
Dissenters Religious England Birmingham : The Report of the trials of the rioters at the assizes held at Warwick, August 20, 1791, before the Right Hon. Mr. Baron Perryn [electronic resource] / taken in short-hand by Marsom & Ramsey ; by order of the Committee of Protestant Dissenters in Birmingham.  1791 1
Dissenters Religious England Bristol Early Works To 1800   2
Dissenters Religious England Caricatures And Cartoons : The committee, or, popery in masquerade; L'Estrange, Roger,  1680 1
Dissenters Religious England Controversial Literature   16
Dissenters Religious England Controversial Literature Anglican Authors Earl : Dr. Wells's treatises; Wells, Edward,  1710 1
Dissenters Religious England Controversial Literature Early Works To 18   11
Dissenters Religious England Early Works To 1800   349
Dissenters Religious England Early Works To 1900 : An Equal capacity in the subjects of Great Britain for civil employment, the best security to the government and the Protestant religion [electronic resource] : shewing I. it adds to the power of the crown, II. it secures the established church, III. it would reconcile and bring in many of the the [sic] dissenters, and IV. the acts made to the contrary, have never been the produce of mature deliberation, but of party zeal : humbly offer'd to the consideration of the most reverend, and right reverend fathers in God ...  1717 1
Dissenters Religious England History : A Brief history of Presbytery and Independency from their first original to this time : shewing I. wherein and the reasons why they separate from the Church of England, II. wherein they differ from each other : with some remarks on the late heads of agreement assented to by the united ministers of both perswasions ...  1691 1
Dissenters Religious England History 16th Century : Charitable hatred : tolerance and intolerance in England, 1500-1700 / Alexandra Walsham.; Walsham, Alexandra,  2006 1
Dissenters Religious England History 17th Century   3
Dissenters Religious England History 18th Century   7
Dissenters Religious England History 19th Century : Established church, sectarian people : itinerancy and the transformation of English Dissent, 1780-1830.; Lovegrove, Deryck, W.  1988 1
Dissenters Religious England Humour Early Works To 1800   2
Dissenters Religious England Kent : A letter of religion to the Protestant-dissenters from the Church of England, of what denomination soever in the county of Kent : wherein is reported the ground of their dissent, their worship, way of instruction, and behaviour towards laws and government : to which is added a perswasive to conformity, at least an acquiescence in the religion established / by a curate of the same county.; Curate of the same county.  1675 1
Dissenters Religious England Law And Legislation Early Works To 1800 : Something offered to the consideration of all those who have had a hand in putting the late made Act, (entituled, An Act to prevent and suppress seditious conventicles) in execution : For the sake of such who have any tenderness towards the innocent; and also for the information of all others, who have had, shall or may have, a hand in putting in execution the said Act, I shall offer something to shew, whom and what exercises of religion are concerned in and by the said Act, and what not, according to the most true natural genuine litteral sense and meaning thereof, and no other wise.; Gibson, Thomas,  1665 1
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