Morris Samuel Of Bristol : A looking-glasse for the Quakers or Shakers. : And their follovvers, wherein they may behold their errours, acknowledge their false doctrines, and be converted. Written for the comfort of all true Protestants, and daunting of the Quakers, Jesuites, seminary priests, and all their cursed crew, who do oppose the church and Gospel of our Lord Iesus Christ. / By Sam. Morris of Bristol, a well-wisher to the truth and Gospel of Iesus Christ.
Morris Sarah P : The black and white style : Athens and Aigina in the Orientalizing period.
Morris Seymour : Fit for the presidency? : winners, losers, what-ifs, and also-rans / Seymour Morris Jr.
Morris Shawn 1962 : Teaching and learning online : a step-by-step guide for designing an online K-12 school program / Shawn Morris.
Morris Steven N : Trial practice and procedure manual for England : prepared for the project of the Committee on International Litigation, Section of Litigation of the American Bar Association / by Lawrence Collins and Steven W. Morris.
Morris Sue : Socio-legal research in the Scottish Courts : papers presented at a conference held on 8 January 1993 at the University of Edinburgh / edited by Michael Adler, Ann Millar, Sue Morris.
Morris Thomas Baptist : A messenger sent to remove some mistakes; or A desirous instrument for the promoting of truth, unity, peace and love in the church of Christ. : By way of answer to a book, untruly and improperly intitled, A vindication of that righteous principle of the doctrine of Christ called laying on of hands upon baptized believers. / By Thomas Morris, a servant of Jesus Christ. Also Robert Everards Three questions propounded to Benjamin Morley about his practice of laying on of hands, with his answer, and R. E. reply.
Morris Thomas Baritone : La grande-duchesse de Gérolstein [sound recording] / libretto by Henri Meilhac and Ludovic Halévy.
Morris William 1680 : Tithes no gospell ordinance, nor ever instituted of God for the maintenance of a gospell ministry : but ended, with the Leviticall preisthood [sic], and abollished by the offering up of Christ proved by Scripture. As also, the Levitticall and scripturall tythers with the vnscripturall tythers compared; and the moderation of the one, and insatiable avarice of the other manifested. By William Morris.