Collegium Societatis Jesu Tournon France : Academiæ Nemausensis brevis et modesta responsio : Ad professorum turnoniorum societatis, vt aiunt, Iesu assertiones, quas theologicas & philosophicas appellant. Hic grauissimæ quæstiones, de verbi & ecclesiæ dei autoritate: de imaginibus: de vera Christi præsentia, & communicatione in sacrosancto eucharistiæ sacramento, ex verbo Dei & Catholicæ ecclesie consensu breuiter & perspicue tractantur.; Académie de Nîmes.
Colles Humphrey 1583 Or 4 1661 : Epicedia: or Fvneral verses upon the much lamented death of that most loyal subject, and religious gentleman, Mr. Hmphrey [sic] Colles of Cates-lade : who departed this life Nov. 15 and was solemnly inter'd Nov. 18. Anno salutis 1661. & Ætatis suæ.77.
Collier John Payne 1789 1883 Notes And Emendations : An inquiry into the genuineness of the manuscript corrections in Mr. J. Payne Collier's annotated Shakspere, folio, 1632 ; and of certain Shaksperian documents likewise published by Mr. Collier / by N. E. S. A. Hamilton.; Hamilton, N. E. S. A.
Collier Josiah 1595 1677 : Josiah Collier of Yeadon (1595-1677) : West Riding Grindletonian and disciple of Roger Brerely / by Oliver Pickering.; Pickering, O. S.
Collier Thomas Active 1691 Additional Word : Vindiciæ veritatis, or, A confutation [...] the heresies and gross errours asserted by Thomas Collier in his additinal word to his body of divinity / written by Nehemiah Coxe ...; Coxe, Nehemiah.
Collier Thomas Active 1691 Answer To An Epistle Written By Thomas Salth : An equal ballance: : wherein the ministers and churches of the Anabaptists (so called) are truly weighed: and by a just and lawful tryal (according to their own confession, whereunto the Scripture of truth bears witness) they are fully proved, and clearly manifested to be neither ministers nor churches of Jesus Christ, but in very many particulars they appear in a great measure to differ from them. ... Being an answer to a libel published by (or in the behalf of) Thomas Collier, entituled, The hypocrisie and falshood of Thomas Salthouse discovered, a noted Quaker; in vindication of a former book written by Thomas Collier. Wherein he hath falsly and wickedly affirmed, that the ministers and churches of the Anabaptists (so called) are, and may be ministers and churches of Jesus Christ, and their ordinances the ordinances of Christ, ... In which said libel the unnamed author hath also uttered several other lyes and false accusations against the innocent, which he hath wickedly devised in the dark chamber of his imagery. / Written by a lover of the truth, Robert Wastfeild.; Wastfield, Robert,
Collier Thomas Active 1691 Dialogue Between A Minister Of The Gospel An : Deceit brought to day-light: : in an ansvver to Thomas Collier, vvhat he hath declared in a book called, A dialogue between a minister, and a Christian: but by his fruits hee is tryed and found to be neither. In which answer his lies are returned for the founder to prove; his errors laid open, read, and reproved, and he found to be the same in deeds which he accuses the Quakers to be in words. / Published in short for the souls sake, that the simplicity may bee preserved from the subtilty, lest any should believe lies, and so be given up to delusion, and bee damned, by a lover of truth, called, James Naylor.; Naylor, James,
Collier Thomas Active 1691 Glory Of Christ And The Ruine Of Antichrist : A looking-glasse for the Quakers, wherein they may behold themselves; and others also may behold their pernicious ways. Or, Deceit returned upon the deceivers heads. : Being an answer to James Naylor's pretended answer to Thomas Collier's book, called, A dialogue between a minister and a Christian. Wherein the truths asserted in that dialogue are clearly proved; and James Naylor and the Quakers are proved to be the liers and deceivers; and so indeed they have made lies their refuge, and under falshood have they hid themselves. Here is likewise a relation of James Naylor's exaltation in the west, where the Quakers proclaimed him Christ; but have now found a Christ without them.; Collier, Thomas,
Collier Thomas Active 1691 Looking Glasse For The Quakers : Truth vindicated and the lyars refuge swept away : being an answer to a book set forth by Thomas Collier called A looking-glasse for Quakers, and also to some particulars in a book of his called A dialogue &c. : wherein the truth is cleared from those slanders ... : also an answer to his queries in the end of the book ... : together with an epistle to the people called Baptists ... / published by ... John Pitman, Jasper Batt.; Pitman, John,
Collier Thomas Pulpit Guard Routed : A balm to heal religions wounds : applied in a serious advice to sober-minded Christians that love the truth, and are well-wishers to reformation : in answer to The pulpit guard routed, lately set forth by one Thomas Collier ... / by Richard Saunders ...; Saunders, Richard,
Collinges John 1623 1690 Responsoria Bipartita : To receive the Lords Supper, the actual right and duty of all church-members of years not excommunicate : made good against Mr. Collins his exceptions against The bar removed, written by the author : and what right the ignorant and scandalous tolerated in the church have to the Lords Supper declared : many thing belonging to that controversie more fully discussed, tending much to the peace and settlement of the church : and also a ful answer to what Mr. Collins hath written in defence of juridical suspension, wherein his pretended arguments from Scripture are examined and confuted : to which is also annexed A brief answer to the Antidiatribe written by Mr. Saunders / by John Timson ...; Timson, John.
Collinges John 1623 1690 Vindiciae Ministerii : The preacher sent: or, A vindication of the liberty of publick preaching, by some men not ordained. : In answer to two books: 1. Jus divinum ministerii euengelici. By the Provincial Assembly of London. 2. Vindiciæ ministerii euangelici. By Mr. John Collings of Norwich. / Published by Iohn Martin, minister of the Gospel at Edgfield in Norfolk. Sam. Petto, minister of the Gospel at Sand-croft in Suffolk. Frederick Woodal, minister of the Gospel at Woodbridge in Suffolk.; Martin, John,
Collingwood Francis 1699 : A sermon preach'd at the funeral of the Honourable Col. Francis Collingwood, and of his lady : who were both interr'd in St. John's Church, in the island of Nevis in America, May the 29th and May the 31st, 1699 / by Tho. Heskith ...; Heskith, Thomas.