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Covenants   3
Covenants Church Polity   6
Covenants Church Polity Anecdotes : The Passionate remonstrance made by His Holinesse in the conclave at Rome : upon the late proceedings and great covenant of Scotland, &c. : with a reply of Cardinall De Barbarini in the name of the Roman clergy : together with a letter of intelligence from the apostolicke nuntio (now residing in London) to Pope Vrban the 8.  1641 1
Covenants Church Polity Early Works To 1800   5
Covenants Church Polity England Early Works To 1800   8
Covenants Church Polity Sermons : The saints solemne covenant vvith their God : as it was opened in a sermon preached at Beccles in the countie of Suffolk, at the taking of the Nationall Covenant there, by the ministers and other officers of that division / by Ioh. Brinsley ...; Brinsley, John,  1644 1
Covenants Church Polity Sermons Early Works To 1800 : The saints solemne covenant vvith their God. : As it was opened in a sermon preached at Beccles in the countie of Suffolk, at the taking of the nationall Covenant there, by the ministers and other officers of that division. By Ioh: Brinsley minister of the Word at Great Yarmouth. Imprimatur, Ios: Caryl.; Brinsley, John,  1644 1
Covenants Early Works To 1800 : Short strictures or animadversions on so much of Mr. Croftons Fastning St Peters bonds, as concern the reasons of the University of Oxford concerning the covenant / by Tho. Tomkins ...; Tomkins, Thomas,  1661 1
Covenants England   3
Covenants England Early Works To 1800 : The three Kingdomes healing-plaister. Or, The solemne covenant of reformation and defence explained. : Wherein is shewed the authority, antiquity, and use of an holy covenant: the occasions moving to it, and the ends in doing it, the necessity of it at this time, for diverse reasons herein expressed. Also a full explanation of each article of the Covenant, to the satisfaction of all: shewing the benefit that may redound by it, viz. Gods protection and blessing to heale our miseries, and establish truth in religion, peace and lasting happinesse to the three kingdomes. Likewise shewing the danger of refusing it, and Gods curse upon us, if we enter into it deceitfully. Imprimatur, Ia. Cranford. By G.S., Gent.; Smith, George,  1643 1
Covenants Religious Aspects   2
Covenants Religious Aspects Christianity Early Works To 1800 : The best match: or, The souls espousal to Christ opened and improved. / by Edward Pearse.; Pearse, Edward,  1676 1
Covenants Religious Aspects Early Works To 1800   2
Covenants Religious Aspects Judaism : Crisis and covenant : the Holocaust in American Jewish fiction.; Berger, Alan L.  1985 1
Covenants Scotland   2
Covenants Theeology : The marrow of modern divinity : touching both the covenant of works and the covenant of grace, with their use and end, both in the time of the Old Testament and in the time of the New : wherein every one may cleerly see how far forth he bringeth the case of justification and so deserveth the name of legalist, and how far forth he rejecteth the law in the case of sanctification and so deserveth the name of Antinomist, with the middle path between them both, which by Jesus Christ leadeth to eternall life ...; Fisher, Edward,  1647 1
Covenants Theology Sermons Early Works To 1800 : Two sermons concerning nature and grace. : Preach'd at White-hall, April, 1699. / By E. Young, Fellow of Winchester-College ...; Young, Edward,  1700 1
Covenants Wales : Easements, covenants and profits à prendre : consultation paper.; Great Britain.  2008 1
Coveney England Maps : Cambridgeshire [cartographic material] : sheet TL 48 SE.; Great Britain.  1984 1
Covenham St Bartholomew England Maps   2
Covenham St Mary England Maps   2
Covent Garden London England Church History : An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament for making the Covent-Garden Church parochiall. : And for dividing the same from the parish of Martins in the Fields, upon severall articles and conditions. : Also for giving power to 34. persons who are made governours of the said parish to assesse and leavy maneys [sic] for the payment of two ministers, and for other parochiall uses, and to nominate constables and all other officers of the said parish.; England and Wales.  1646 1
Covent Garden London England History Early Works To 1800   2
Covent Garden Theatre : Description of Covent Garden Theatre.  18--? 1
Coventers Controversial Literature Early Works To 1800 : Speech, delivered at the visitation of Downe and Conner, held in Lisnegarvy the 26th. of September, 1638. Latin; Leslie, Henry,  1639 1
Coventry Cathedral : An excellent good song : an account of the music, choir and organs of Coventry Cathedral.; Lepine, David.  1968 1
Coventry Community Education Project : Raising standards : parental involvement programmes and the language performance of children, a report on a sample of primary schools taking part in reading and language programmes initiated by Coventry's Community Education Project / by Paul Widlake, Flora Macleod ; preface by Eric Midwinter.; Widlake, Paul,  1984 1
Coventry England History   6
Coventry England History Early Works To 1800   6
Coventry England History Maps : The atlas of historic towns. Volume 2, Bristol, Cambridge, Coventry, Norwich / general editor, M.D. Lobel ; topographical editor, W.H. Johns.  1975 1
Coventry England History Military Early Works To 1800 : Exceeding joyfull newes from Coventry : declaring the happy successe of Col. Hambden, Col. Goodwyn, and the citisens of Coventry, against Prince Robert and his forces, who besieged Coventry on Friday last. With the number of them that were slain, and the taking of Cap. Iohnson and many other prisoners. Also the victorious proceedings of the Earle of Argile against the Earl of Derbie, who while the E. of Derby besieged Manchester the second time, and was from thence repulsed, seized upon the Ile of Man, the ancient inheritance of the Earls of Derby, and hath there placed many strong garrisons. With exceeding good news from Holland, expressed in the fidelity of the States to the Parliament of England, who made stay of four great vessels laden with men and ammunition to assist the King against the Parliament.  1642 1
Coventry England Intellectual Life 20th Century : Larkin about in Coventry : the city where a great poet grew up / Chris Arnot.; Arnot, Chris,  2018 1
Coventry England Maps   13
Coventry England Politics And Government Early Works To 1800 : A true coppy of VVarvvickshire petitions, vindicated from that grosse abuse which the former impression cast upon the county : to the honourable the knights, citizens and burgesses of the House of Commons, assembled in Parliament : the humble petition of the inhabitants of the county of Warwick, and city of Coventry, herepresent [sic].  1641 1
Coventry England Siege 1642 : Newes from the citie of Norwich of certain passages which happened there on Munday last relating to the number of the cavaliers which are dispersed in sundry villages neer the citie : also shewing the resolution of the inhabitants of Northampton-shire, being 4000 men ready arm'd in the opposition of the cavaliers who are enemies to the Parliament and the Protestant religion : also how some Parliament men in Northampton-shire have in two dayes the last week taken subscriptions of plate and money to the value of 3000 pounds, and 480 horse brought in by the countrey-men into Northampton : also a manifestation how the gentrie and traine bands in York-shire do begin to fall away from the King and many of the lords souldiers by twenties do run away and many of the princes likewise : with the true relation of the siege of Coventrie and the joyfull newes from the citizens on Wednesday in their prosperous proceedings which God continue, shewing how they tooke three peeces of ordnance from my L. of Northamptons men, and a load of armes the last weeke.  1642 1
Coventry England Siege 1642 Early Works To 1800 : Newes from the citie of Norwich: of certain passages which happened there on Munday last, relating to the number of the cavaliers which are dispersed in sundry villages neer the citie. : Also shewing the resolution of the inhabitants of Northampton-shire, being 4000 men ready arm'd, in the opposition of the cavaliers, who are enemies to the Parliament, and the Protestant religion: also how some Parliament men of Northampton-shire, have in two dayes the last week, taken subscriptions of of [sic] plate and money, to the value of 3000 pounds, and 480 horse brought in by the countrey-men into Northampton. Also a manifestation how the gentrie and traine bands in York-shire do begin to fall away from the King, and many of the lords souldiers by twenties do run away, and many of the princes likewise. With the true relation of the siege of Coventrie, and the joyfull newes from the citizens on Wednesday, in their prosperous proceedings, which God continue: shewing how they tooke three peeces of ordnance from my L. of Northamptons men, and a load of armes the last weeke. Ordered that this be printed. Hen. Elsin. Cler. Par. D. C.  1642 1
Coventry Henry 1619 1686   2
Coventry Region England Church History 16th Century : The last generation of English Catholic clergy : parish priests in the diocese of Coventry and Lichfield in the early sixteenth century.; Cooper, Tim,  1999 1
Coventry Thomas Coventry Baron 1578 1640 : The sad case of Clement VVriter, : who hath waited for reliefe therein since the fourth of Decemb. 1640.; Writer, Clement,  1653 1
Coventry Thomas Coventry Baron 1606 1661   9
Coventry William Sir 1628 1686   3
Coventry William Sir 1628 1686 Englands Appeale : Severall remarkable passages concerning the Hollanders since the death of Queene Elizabeth, untill the 25th of December, 1673 : Some animadversions thereupon, in answere to a scandulous pamphlett called Englands appeale to the Parliament, from the private caball at white hall. With the continuation of the case between Sr. VVilliam Courten his heires and assignes and the East-India Company of the Netherlands, faithfully recollected by E.W. armig: and rendred into English, French, and Dutch, for satisfaction of his particular friends, in England, France, and the low countriers.; E. W.  1673 1
Cover Letters : The cover letter book : your definitive guide to writing the perfect cover letter / James Innes.; Innes, James,  2012 1
Cover Versions History And Criticism : Play it again : cover songs in popular music / [edited by] George Plasketes.  c2010 1
Coverack England Maps : Cornwall [cartographic material] : sheet SW 71 NE & part of SW 81 NW.; Great Britain.  1963 1
Coverdale Miles 1488 1568 : Coverdale and his Bibles.; Mozley, James Frederic.  1953 1
Covid 19 Disease : Breathtaking : inside the NHS in a time of pandemic / Rachel Clarke.; Clarke, Rachel  2021 1
Covid 19 Disease Economic Aspects : COVID-19 : the great reset / Klaus Schwab, Thierry Malleret.; Schwab, Klaus,  2020 1
Covid 19 Disease Environmental Aspects : COVID-19 : the great reset / Klaus Schwab, Thierry Malleret.; Schwab, Klaus,  2020 1
Covid 19 Disease Government Policy : COVID-19 and governance : crisis reveals / edited by Jan Nederveen Pieterse, Haeran Lim, and Habibul Khondker.  2021 1
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