Russel William 1702 No Seventh Day Sabbath Comanded By Jesus Christ In : The seventh day is the Sabbath of the Lord. Or, An answer to M. William Russel his book, entituled, No seventh day Sabbath comanded by Jesus Christ in the New Testament : Wherein his arguments are weighed in a just ballance, but found wanting; and the seventh day Sabbath convincingly proved; both by the law, and testimony of Jesus, to be one of the ten lively oracles of God, which still commands all men to obedience. Wherein also M. Jeremiah Ives may receive a full answer to his Appendix. As also a question propounded and resolved in relation to the penalty annexed to the 4th commandment. By Edward Stennet.; Stennett, Edward,
Russel William 1702 No Seventh Day Sabbath In Christs New Testament : A preservative against atheism and error : wherein some fundamental points in religion ... are by way of question and answer handled, and with much brevity and clearness proved ... : to which is added a brief answer to William Russel in a book of his entituled No seventh-day-Sabbath in Christs New Testament / by W. Saller.; Saller, William,
Russel William 1702 Quakerism Is Paganism : Quakerism no paganism: or, A friendly reply to W.R. his unfriendly discourse intituled, Quakerism is paganism : Shewing the insufficiency of what he hath written to unchristian the Quakers, and to render them as heathens and pagans to the people By W.L. a lover of peace more than of parties.; Loddington, William,
Russel William 1702 True Narrative Of The Portsmouth Disputation : Truth prevailing against the fiercest opposition : being a vindication of Dr. Russel's True narrative of the Portsmouth disputation ... Also, a sermon upon Mat. 28. 19. by Mr. John Williams ... As also An answer to the Presbyterian dialogue, by another hand / published by Mr. John Sharp ... who was moderator at the disputation in Portsmouth.; Sharp, John,
Russel William Active 1840 1870 : Abolition and emancipation. Part 2, Slavery collections from the Merseyside Maritime Museum, Liverpool, [microform] 1739-1866.
Russell Arthur : Wild combination [videorecording] : a portrait of Arthur Russell / a film by Matt Wolf.
Russell Dora Winifred Black Russell Countess 1894 : Women, suffrage and politics [microform] : the papers of Sylvia Pankhurst, 1882-1960 : from the Internationaal Instituut voor Sociale Geschiedenis, Amsterdam. Part 1, Inventory numbers 1-224, 1896-1959.; Pankhurst, E. Sylvia
Russell Edward 1676 : The confession and execution of the prisoners at Tyburn on Wednesday the 17th of this instant May, 1676. : Viz. Henry Seabrook, Elizabeth Longman, Robert Scot, [bracket] condemned the former sessions. Edward Wall, and Edward Russell. Giving a full and satisfactory account of their crimes, behaviours, discourses in prison, and last words (as neer as could be taken) at the place of execution. Published for a warning, to all that read it, to avoid the like wicked courses, which brought these poor people to this shameful end.
Russell George 1599 Or 1600 1680 : A testimony concerning George Russel : who dyed a prisoner upon truth's account for bearing his testimouy [sic] against tythes.; Ford, Robert,
Russell George Hugh : Medieval English religious and ethical literature : essays in honour of G.H. Russell / edited by Gregory Kratzmann and James Simpson.
Russell George William 1867 1935 : A.E. (George William Russell.) : Dichtung und Mystik : Versuch einer Deutung von A.E.'s mystischer Weltanschauung / von Heinz Höpfl.; Höpfl, Heinz,
Russell Jabez Eliezer 1662 1671 : The life and death of Jabez-Eliezer Russel : son to William Russel, in the parish of St. Bartholomew the Great, London. Who departed this life to possess a better, Feb. 19. 71. Being nine years, two months, and six dayes old. Wherein are divers memorable passages spoken by him in the time of his sickness; with other things of remark in the time of his health, worthy to be perpetuated to posterity. Written for the benefit of all, but especially two sorts, parents and children. With some acrostick verses, an elegy and epitaph upon his death.
Russell John : J. Russel, physician and ocultist, at the two blew-posts against Grays-Inn in Holbourn : these pictures present what I have cured by manual operations besides such variety of other cures on the sick, lame, and blind ...; Russell, John.
Russell John A Brief Narrative : Ne sutor ultra crepidam, or, Brief animadversions upon the New-England Anabaptists late fallacious narrative : wherein the notorious mistakes and falshoods [sic] by them published are detected / by Samuel Willard, teacher of a church in Boston in New England.; Willard, Samuel,
Russell John Merchant In Edinburgh : The case of Mr. Daniel Gwyn, agent for the Spanish pacquet-boats, : in relation to Mr. John Russel's charge against him for pretended mismanagement in that imploy.
Russell Laura 1827 1904 : Laura Russell remembers : an old Plymouth manuscript / with notes by Marion L. Channing.; Russell, Laura,
Russell Of Thornhaugh William Russell Baron 1558 1613 : A sermon preached at the funerals of the Right Honourable, VVilliam, Lord Russell, Baron of Thornhaugh, at Thornhaugh, in Northampton-Shire, the 16. of September. 1613 : VVherein is briefely set downe his godly life, together with his Christian death. By William Walker, Batchelour of Diuinitie, and preacher of the word of God at Cheswicke in Middlesex.; Walker, William,
Russell Peter H : Ideas in action : essays on politics and law in honour of Peter Russell / edited by Joseph F. Fletcher.
Russell Rachel Lady 1636 1723 : The Lady Russel's and all Lords of Manners case and reasons against the bill for erecting a court of conscience.; Russell, Rachel,
Russell Thomas : To the Kings most excellent Maiestie, the Lords spirituall and temporall, and the Commons in this present Parliament assembled, the humble petition of Thomas Russell, Esquire; Russell, Thomas.
Russell William Lord 1639 1683 Last Speech And Behaviour Of William : Tuesday, July 24, 1683 : Whereas one Thomas Fox bookseller of Westminster, has published an advertisement, insinuating, as if that speech and paper of my Lord Russell's printed by me, was not true, and doth pretend to publish a more perfect one, together with the speeches of Walcot, Hone and Rouse in five sheets sold for six pence : this is to give notice ... / John Darby.; Darby, John,
Russell William Lord 1639 1683 Speech Of The Late Lord Russell To T : Tuesday, July 24, 1683 : Whereas one Thomas Fox bookseller of Westminster, has published an advertisement, insinuating, as if that speech and paper of my Lord Russell's printed by me, was not true, and doth pretend to publish a more perfect one, together with the speeches of Walcot, Hone and Rouse in five sheets sold for six pence : this is to give notice ... / John Darby.; Darby, John,