Danson Thomas 1694 Quakers Wisdom Not From Above : The devils bow unstringed, or, Some of Thomas Dansons lyes made manifest, : : which he hath printed and put to publick view in two pamphlets, the one intituled, The Quakers folly made manifest. And the other, The Quakers wisdom not from above. : And in the first page of his narrative he calleth them undoubted truths, but the wise in heart will not so take them, but will consider better of them, for the wise mans eye is in his head. / By Luke Howard.; Howard, Luke,
Danson Thomas Approximately 1624 1694 : The divinity of Christ and unity of the three that bear record in heaven : with the blessed end and effects of Christ's appearance, coming in the flesh, suffering and sacrifice for sinners, confessed and vindicated, by his followers, called Quakers : and the principal matters in controversie, between them, and their present opposers (as Presbyterians, Independants, &c.) considered and resolved, according to the scriptures of truth, and more particularly to remove the aspersions ... cast upon the ... Quakers ... in several books, written by Tho. Vincent, Will. Madox, their railing book, stil'd The foundation, &c, Tho. Danson, his Synopsis, John Owen, his Declaration / which are here examin'd and compared by G.W. ... ; as also, a short review of several passages of Edward Stillingfleet's ... in his discourse of the sufferings of Christ's and sermon preached before the King, wherein he flatly contradicts the said opposers.; Whitehead, George,
Danson Thomas Approximately 1624 1694 De Causa Dei : Remarks upon a late disingenuous discourse, writ by one T.D. under the pretence de causa Dei, and of answering Mr. John Howe's letter and postscript of God's prescience, &c., affirming, as the Protestant docrine, that GOd doth by efficacious influence universally move and determine men to all their actions, even to those that are most wicked / by a Protestant.; Marvell, Andrew,
Danvers Henry 1687 Innocency And Truth Vindicated : Vindiciæ vindiciarum, or, A vindication of a late treatise, entituled, Infant-baptism asserted and vindicated by Scripture and antiquity : in answer to Mr. Hen. D'Anvers his reply : to which is annexed, the Right Reverend Dr. Barlow (now Bishop-elect of Lincoln) his apologetical-letter : also An appeal to the Baptists (so called) against Mr. Danvers, for his strange forgeries, and misrepresentations of divers councils and authors, both antient and modern / by Obed Wills.; Wills, Obed.
Danvers Henry 1687 Treatise Of The Laying On Of Hands : The fourth principle of Christs doctrine vindicated : being a brief answer to Mr. H. Danvers book, intituled, A treatise of laying on of hands, plainly evincing the true antiquity and perpetuity of that despised ministration of prayer with imposition of hands for the promise of the spirit ... / by Tho. Grantham.; Grantham, Thomas,
Danvers Magdalen Lady 1567 Or 8 1627 : A sermon of commemoration of the Lady Da[n]uers : late wife of Sr. Iohn Da[n]uers. Preach'd at Chilsey, where she was lately buried. By Iohn Donne D. of St. Pauls, Lond. 1. Iuly 1627. Together with other commemorations of her; by her sonne G. Herbert.; Donne, John,
Danvers Robert 1621 1674 : A True state of the proofs offered at the bar of the House of Lords, by Robert, son and heir of Robert, and grandson of John, late Lord Viscount Purbeck, to prove the legitimacy of Robert the father
Daphni Monastery : Daphni : a guide to the mosaics and their inscriptions / illustrated by Graham Herbert.; Herbert, Michael.
Darcie Grace Lady : To the honorable assembly of the Commons House in Parliament : the humble petition of Dame Grace Darcie, widow, mother, and one of the committes of the body and lands of Edward Darcie, Esquire, His Maiesties warde.; Darcie, Grace,
Darcy Dorsey Edward 1600 : To the honorable assembly of the Commons House in Parliament : the humble petition of Dame Grace Darcie, widow, mother, and one of the committes of the body and lands of Edward Darcie, Esquire, His Maiesties warde.; Darcie, Grace,