Atonement Prayer Early Works To 1800 : A form of common prayer, to be used upon the thirtieth of January, being the anniversary-day, appointed by act of Parliament for fasting and humiliation : to implore the mercy of God, that neither the guilt of that sacred and innocent blood, nor those other sins by which God was provoked to deliver up both us and our King, into the hands of cruel and unreasonable men, may at any time hereafter be visited upon us or our posterity / Published by His Majestie's direction.
Atonement Quaker Authors : Corrupted coyn made good by Cæsar, corrupted man made good by Christ the power of God / [by] Richard Scoryer.; Scoryer, Richard,
Atriplex North America Classification : The phylogenetic method in taxonomy : the North American species of Artemisia, Chrysothamnus, and Atriplex / by Harvey M. Hall and Frederic E. Clements.; Hall, Harvey Monroe.
Atrium Rose Marchioness Of 1695 : A sermon preached at the funeral of the most honourable Rose, Lady Marchioness of Antrim at Carickfergus, the 4th of July, 1695 / by Henry Leslie.; Leslie, Henry.
Atrocities Germany Early Works To 1800 : England's calamity, foreshewn in Germanie's misery. : Being the dire consequent of the growth of popery. Represented as a shadow of those popish, worse than heathenish, persecutions which befel Germany, from 1630 to 1635. And nothing but speedy repentance can prevent the like befalling us. VVith an account of the prodigies that preceeded those dreadful times. Together with the Bible-persecutions, from Cain in the Old Testament, to Herod the Great, in the New.
Atrocities Ireland Early Works To 1800 : The rebels turkish tyranny, in their march Decem. 24. 1641. : As it was taken out of a letter sent from Mr. Witcome a merchant in Kingsale to a brother of his here. Shewing how cruelly they put them to the sword, ravished religious women, and put their children upon red hot spits before their parents eyes; throw them in the fire, and burn them to ashes, cut off their eares, and nose, put out their eyes; cut off their armes, and legges, broyle them at the fire, cut out their tongues, and thrust hot irons down their throats, drown them, dash out their brains, and such like other cruelty not heard of amongst Christians. With a great and bloody skirmish fought between Captain Hull, and the rebels: and the names of the chief rebels of that regiment. And the firing of a town within a mile of Dublin.