Bible Nehemiah Ix 17 : A sermon preached in the parish-church of Aldenham, in the county of Hertford, on Thursday, April 16, 1696 : being the day of thanksgiving to almighty God for discovering and disappointing a horrid and barbarous conspiracy of papists and other trayterous persons to assassinate and murder His Most Gracious Majesty's Royal Person, and for delivering this kingdom from an invasion intended by the French / by Peter Newcome ... ; published at the request of the inhabitants of the said parish.; Newcome, Peter,
Bible Nehemiah Ix 26 27 : A sermon preached at St. Mary-le-Bow before the Lord Mayor, Court of Aldermen, and citizens of London, on Friday the 26th of June : a day appointed by proclamation for a general and publick fast / by Lilly Butler ...; Butler, Lilly.
Bible Nehemiah V : Two godlie and fruitful treatises of the foule and grosse sinne of oppression. : The one taken out of the exposition vppon the fift chapter of Nehemiah, written by that worthy bishop and faithfull pastor of the church of Durham, Master Iames Pilkinton. The other published of late by Robert Some Doctor of Diuinitie.; Pilkington, James,
Bible Nehemiah Xiii : Nehemiah, or, The excellent governour : being a discourse delivered at the cathedrall of the Holy Trinity, Dublin, Aug. 1669, before the Right Honourable Thomas Earl of Ossory ... / by J.P. ...; Parry, John,
Bible Nehemiah Xiii 14 : Good deeds done for God's house, or, A sermon preached on the occasion of the death of Dr. Jeremiah Butt one of the physicians appointed for Their Majesties fleet / by Ed. Veal.; Veel, Edward,
Bible Nehemiah Xiii 15 22 : Sermon preach't before the societies for reformation in Dublin, Jan. 6, 1697/8 / by J. Boyse.; Boyse, J.
Bible New Testament Criticism Textual : Introduction to the textual criticism of the Greek New Testament / translated from the German edition by William Edie and edited with a preface by Allan Menzies.; Nestle, Eberhard,
Bible New Testament English Douai : An answere to ten friuolous and foolish reasons, set downe by the Rhemish Iesuits and papists in their preface before the new Testament by them lately translated into English, which haue mooued them to forsake the originall fountaine of the Greeke, wherein the Spirit of God did indite the Gospell, and the holie Apostles did write it, to follow the streame of the Latin translation, translated we know not when nor by whom : With a discouerie of many great corruptions and faults in the said English translation set out at Rhemes. By E.B.; Bulkley, Edward,
Bible New Testament English Tyndale 1534 : An apolgye made by George Ioye to satisfye (if it maye be) w. Tindale : to pourge & defende himself ageinst many sclaunderouse lyes fayned vpon [hi]m in Tindals vncharitable a[n]d vnsober pystle so well worthye to be prefixed for the reader to induce him into the vnderstanding of hys new Testame[n]t diligently corrected & printed in the yeare of oure lorde. M.CCCCC. and xxxiiii. in Nouember.; Joye, George,
Bible New Testament History Early Works To 1800 : The Contemplations upon the history of the Nevv Testament, now complete:. The second tome. : Together with divers treatises not hitherto reduced to the greater volume: and, some others never till now published / by Jos: Exon..; Hall, Joseph,
Bible New Testament Portuguese Dalmeida : A proposal for printing the New-Testament in Portuguese; : in order to be dispers'd among the natives at Malabar, and other parts in the East-Indies; and also for furnishing some other helps to the missionaries sent thither to propagate the gospel..
Bible New Testament Sermons Early Works To 1800 : The Contemplations upon the history of the Nevv Testament, now complete:. The second tome. : Together with divers treatises not hitherto reduced to the greater volume: and, some others never till now published / by Jos: Exon..; Hall, Joseph,
Bible New Testament Versions : A declaration vnto the Lordes, of the Iewes desire these fiftene yeres for Ebrew explication of our Greke gospell : hindered by a brase of wicked selly D.D.: wherof the God of Iewes & Gentiles hath payd the one: & will pay the other: when he hath detected who he is.; Broughton, Hugh,
Bible Numbers Vi 38 : The Usurpation of the priesthood, or, The scourge of sacriledge : a sermon preached at Trinity Church in Cambridge in the lecture course.
Bible Numbers X 9 : A sermon preached before the Queen, at White-Hall, April VIII, MDCXCII : being the fast-day appointed by Her Majesty, to implore God's blessing on Their Majesties persons, and the prosperity of their arms both at land and sea / by ... Symon, Lord Bishop of Ely.; Patrick, Simon,
Bible Numbers Xi 4 6 : A seasonable sermon preach'd January 26. 1689, : and publish'd for the common benefit of all true English men. / by J.G. D.D.; Goodman, John,
Bible Numbers Xi 16 17 : The magistrates support and burden : in a sermon preached at the late election of the lord major for the famous city of London, Sept. 28, 1650 / by John Cardell.; Cardell, John.
Bible Numbers Xiv 9 : Safety in war, or, The infallible artillery of a kingdom, fleet or army : in sermons unto Their Majesties forces by sea and land / by John Whittel ...; Whittel, John.
Bible Numbers Xvi 3 : Prossō kai opissō : a sermon eqvally pointing forvvard & backward, as it was deliver'd in the Vniversity Church of Saint Maries in Cambridge / by P.H., B. of Divinity, and sometime fellow of Queenes Colledge in Cambridge, in his forenoone course before that universitie, upon the 22 day of November, in the yeare 1640, being the beginning of this present parliament.; P. H.
Bible Numbers Xvi 15 : A sermon preached at Christ-Church in Bristol, before the Right Honourable Sr. Francis North, lord chief justice of His Majesty's Court of Common-Pleas : at the assizes held there, August 7th, anno Dom. 1675 / by Richard Standfast ...; Standfast, Richard,
Bible Numbers Xvi 46 : A perfume against the noysome pestilence : prescribed by Moses vnto Aaron. Num. 16. 46. Written by Roger Fenton, preacher of Grayes Inne.; Fenton, Roger,
Bible Numbers Xx Xv : A continuation of the exposition of the booke of Numbers : or the historie of Balak the K. and Balaam the false prophet. Or, an exposition vppon the xxij. xxiij. xxiiij. and xxv. chapters of the booke of Numbers. ... Written by William Attersoll, minister of the word of God, at Isfield in Sussex.; Attersoll, William,
Bible Numbers Xx Xxi : The pathvvay to Canaan: or an exposition vpon the xx. and xxi. chapters of the booke of Numbers. VVherein is declared, how the faithfull behaued themselves in their iourney ... Written by William Attersoll, minister of the word of God, at Isfield in Sussex; Attersoll, William,
Bible Numbers Xxii Xxv : A continuation of the exposition of the booke of Numbers, or, The historie of Balak the K. and Balaam the false prophet, or, An exposition vppon the xxij, xxiij, xxiiij, and xxv chapters of the booke of Numbers : wherein the text is interpreted, the method is opened,the questions are answered, the doubts are dissolued, the doctrine saare handled, confirmed, and applyed to the conscience of euery one for the encrease of our faith, and the bettering of our obedience / written by William Attersoll ...; Attersoll, William,