Christian Life Quotations Maxims And C Early Works To 1800 : An effectual prescription against the anguish of all diseases : and against all other afflictions to which the nature of man is subject. Penn'd, and publish'd, and approv'd, from the author's experience of it: but more especially from the experience of very many much greater and better men, the latchet of whose shoes he is not worthy to untie.; Pierce, Thomas,
Christian Life Quotations Maxims Etc : Holy and profitable sayings of that reverend divine, Mr. William Dyer, late preacher of the Gospel at Chesham and Chouldsbury in the county of Bucks; Dyer, William,
Christian Lilfe Early Works To 1800 : Disce mori: = learne to dye : A religious discourse, mouing euery Christian man to enter into a serious remembrance of his end: wherein also is contained, the meane and manner of disposing himselfe to God, before and at the time of his departure. In the whole, some-what haply may be obserued, necessary to be thought vpon while wee are aliue, and when wee are dying, to aduise ourselues and others.; Sutton, Christopher,
Christian Literature Controversial Literature Early Works To 1800 : Arrows against Babylon. Or, Certain quæres serving to a cleer discovery of the mystery of iniquity : Whereunto are added, endeavours for reformation in saints apparel. With some quæres for the people called Quakers. By John Pendarves a well-wisher to Sion.; Pendarves, John,
Christian Literature Early Authoriship Early Works To 1800 : Censura quorundam scriptorum, quæ sub nominibus sanctorum & veterum auctorum, à Pontificijs (in quæstionibus potissimùm hodie controuersis) citari solent : In qua ostenditur, scripta illa, vel esse supposititia, vel dubiæ saltem fidei. Auctore Roberto Coco ...; Cooke, Robert,
Christian Literature Early Authorship Early Works To 1800 : Censura quorundam scriptorum, quæ sub nominibus sanctorum et veterum auctorum, à Pontificijs (in quæstionibus potissimùm hodie controuersis) citari solent : In qua ostenditur, scripta illa, vel esse supposititia, vel dubiæ saltem fidei. Auctore Roberto Coco ...; Cooke, Robert,
Christian Literature Early Quotations : The fortresse of fayth : defended both by the Scripture, and doctors / gathered by the learned German Bodonius ; and translated out of Latine into English by Edward Crane.; Bodonius, Stephanus.
Christian Literature England Early Works To 1800 : To King William and Queen Mary, grace and peace. : The widow Whitrow's humble thanksgiving to the Lord of Hosts, the King of Eternal Glory, the God of all our mercies, unto whom be glory, glory, and praise for the king's safe return to England.; Whitrowe, Joan.
Christian Literature English : Elpis kai eirēnē, or, Hope and peace : in a letter to a person troubled in mind : who, (though a vertuous lady, yet) laboured under great scrupulosities, doubts and fears, and some uneasie degrees of desperation / by a Divine, and sincere son, of the Church of England, as by law establisht.; Divine and sincere son of the Church of England.
Christian Literature English Early Works To 1800 : A compleat history of the most remarkable providences both of judgment and mercy, which have hapned in this present age : extracted from the best writers, the author's own observations, and the numerous relations sent him from divers parts of the three kingdoms : to which is added, whatever is curious in the works of nature and art / the whole digested into one volume, under proper heads, being a work set on foot thirty years ago, by the Reverend Mr. Pool, author of the Synopsis criticorum ; and since undertaken and finish'd, by William Turner...; Turner, William,