Overweight Persons Psychological Testing : Handbook of assessment methods for eating behaviors and weight-related problems : measures, theory, and research / David B. Allison, Monica L. Baskin, editors.
Owen Arthur Esq : The case of Sir Bouchier Wrey Baronet, an infant, by John Burrington Esq; his guardian; and of Charles Allanson Esq; John Evans and Hugh Evans gentlemen: : lately referred to the Committee of Privileges and elections of the Honourable House of Commons.; Burrington, John,
Owen Family : Journey from obscurity : Wilfred Owen, 1893-1918 : memoirs of the Owen family.; Owen, Harold,
Owen H B : Tithes 37th Henry VIII [electronic resource] : important argument at the Mansion House, on Saturday, 8th February, 1823, before the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor, upon the Rev. Dr. Owen's application for a warrant for tithes, at 2s. 9d. in the pound, upon rack-rental, under the statute of 37th Henry VIII, and the alleged decree in pursuance thereof, when his lordship, assisted by the opinions of the recorder and the common sergeant, refused to grant the warrant, in consequence of the decree not appearing to have been enrolled : with an appendix of documents relative to the subject.
Owen James 1654 1706 : The rector of Bury's reply to the minister at Oswestry's answer; in a second letter to his friend; Gipps, Thomas,
Owen James 1654 1706 Moderation A Vertue : The wolf stript of his shepherd's cloathing [electronic resource] : in answer to a late celebrated book intituled Moderation a vertue : wherein the designs of the dissenters against the church, and their behaviour towards Her Majesty both in England and Scotland are laid open : with the case of occasional conformity considered / humbly offer'd to the consideration of Her Majesty and her three estates of Parliament, by one call'd an high-church-man ...; Leslie, Charles,
Owen James 1654 1706 Moderation Still A Vertue : The mask of moderation pull'd off the foul face of occasional conformity [electronic resource] : being an answer to a late poisonous pamphlet, entitul'd Moderation still a vertue : wherein the loose reasoning and shuffling arguments of that author are plainly laid open and confuted.; Grascome, Samuel,
Owen James 1654 1706 Remarks On A Sermon About Corrupting The Word : Remarks on remarks, or, The Rector of Bury's sermon vindicated : his charge exhibited against the dissenters for endeavouring to corrupt the word of God justified and farther confirmed : also the absurdities and notorious falsities of Mr. Owen and other pretended ministers of the Gospel are detected and expos'd / by Thomas Gipps, Rector of Bury.; Gipps, Thomas,
Owen John 1616 1683 Brief Vindication Of The Non Conformists From T : An impartial vindication of the clergy of England. : In a letter to a friend, in which are intermixt several passages, which may serve as a reply to Dr. Owen's and Mr. Baxter's late answers to Dr. Stillingfleet's sermon, entituled the mischief of separation. / By a reverend divine of the Church of England.; Rolle, Samuel,
Owen John 1616 1683 Death Of Death In The Death Of Christ : A compendious discourse about some of the greatest matters of Christian faith : propounded and explained between a minister and an enquiring Christian ... : and also may serve for an answer to two books, one called The practical discourse of the sovereignty of God, the other called The death of death, by the death of Christ, written by J.O. : whereunto is annexed a very brief appendix / written by T. Collier.; Collier, Thomas,
Owen John 1616 1683 Exercitations Concerning The Name : An examination of a late book published by Doctor Owen, concerning a sacred day of rest : Many truths therein as to the morality of a Christian sabbath, assented to. With a brief inquiry into his reasons for the change of it, from the seventh day to the first; by way of denial. As also, the consent of Doctor Heylin, and others, touching the time and manner of that charge. With an inquiry into the nature of his assertions, about the first and second covenant. By William Sellers.; Saller, William,
Owen John 1616 1683 Of The Divine Originall Authority Self Evidenci : The considerator considered: or, A brief view of certain considerations upon the Biblia polyglotta, the prolegomena and appendix thereof. : Wherein, amongst other things, the certainty, integrity, and divine authority of the original texts, is defended, against the consequences of athiests, papists, antiscripturists, &c. inferred from the various readings, and novelty of the Hebrew points, by the author of the said Considerations. The Biblia polyglotta, and translations therein exhibited, with various readings, prolegomena and appendix, vindicated from his aspersions and calumnies. And the questions about the punctation of the Hebrew text, the various readings, and the ancient Hebrew character briefly handled. / By Br. Walton. D.D.; Walton, Brian,
Owen John 1616 1683 Peace Offering In An Apology And Humble Plea Fo : Indulgence not justified : being a continuation of the Discourse of toleration, in answer to the arguments of a late book entituled A peace-offering, or plea for indulgence, and to the cavils of another call'd The second discourse of the religion in England.; Perrinchief, Richard,