Church Work With The Poor Wales Early Works To 1800 : Whereas it is certified under the hands of very many mercers of the chief towns of North and South-Wales (who are the only traders in books there) that there are very few divinity-books in the Welsh-language to be sold there ...
Church Work With The Sick England : Tractatus de visitatione infirmorum, seu, De eis parochorum officiis : quæ infirmos et moribundos respiciunt : in gratiam juniorum, & in visitandis infirmis nimus exercitatorum editus / authore Johanne Stearne ...; Stearne, John,
Churches That Is Appropriate Places For Christian Worship Both In And Ever : Superstitio superstes, or, The reliques of superstition newly revived. : Manifested in a discourse concerning the holinesse of churches and bowing towards the altar. : Whereunto is added a censure of two letters touching the same subject, the one written by Doct. M. the other by M. Meade. / By D.C.; Cawdrey, Daniel,
Churchill Deborah 1708 : A true copy of the paper at large, left by Mrs. Deborah Churchill, : which she deliver'd at the place of execution to a friend of hers, to be made publick after her death, for the benefit of all young women, to take warning by her fatal end / together with her last prayer at the place of execution, and an account of her own birth, education, and manner of life for some years past: the substance or part of which, is related by Mr. Lorrain ordinary of Newgate, in his dying speech.; Churchill, Deborah,
Churchwardens Accounts England Caricatures And Cartoons : A charitable chvrch vvarden, or, An hypocrite anatomiz'd : set forth in a discourse betweene two church-wardens one of them being an honest man and that's a wonder : vvherein is discovered the manifold abuses and impious actions of many officers in this city with the oppression of the poores box, frequently used by many church-wardens especially by him which is here mentioned : very pleasant and delectable and very true ile assure you as Master Coniwooll the church-warden can witnesse / VVritten by Thomas tell-troth, and dedicated to all those that are well witlers to vertue and despisers of vice.; Tell-Troth, Thomas.