Epigrams S17th Century : A helpe to discourse: Or, More merriment mixt with serious matters : Consisting of witty philosophicall, grammaticall, physicall, astronomicall questions and answers. As also, epigrams, epitaphs, riddles, iests, posies, love-toyes, &c. are added and plentifully dispersed. Together with The countrey-mans counsellor, and his yearely oracle and prognostication, with additions, or a help to preserve his health, never before printed.
Epilepsy Textbooks : Oxford textbook of epilepsy and epileptic seizures / edited by Simon Shorvon ... [et al.].
Epileptic Children Education : Epilepsy and education : a medical symposium on changing attitudes to epilepsy in education : proceedings of a symposium ... held at the Royal College of Physicians, London, 20 May 1986 / editors, Jolyon Oxley, Gregory Stores.
Epileptics : Social psychology of the epileptic child; Bagley, Christopher.
Epileptics Education : Epilepsy and education : a medical symposium on changing attitudes to epilepsy in education : proceedings of a symposium ... held at the Royal College of Physicians, London, 20 May 1986 / editors, Jolyon Oxley, Gregory Stores.
Epiphany Sermons Early Works To 1800 : A sermon preach'd at St. Marys Church in Cambridge, January the 6th, : being the feast of the Epiphany. / By Francis Hare, A.M. and fellow of King's College.; Hare, Francis,
Episcopacy Great Britain Early Works To 1800 : Two petitions to the honourable Court of Parliament in behalfe of episcopacy. / One delivered by Sir Thomas Aston from the County Palatine of Chester. The other from the citties of L. and W.; Aston, Thomas,
Episcopacy History 17th Century : Bp Carletons testimonie concerning the Presbyterian discipline in the Low-Covntries, and Episcopall government here in England : vvherein is briefly discovered the novelty of the one and antiquity of the other, with a short taste of the inconveniences that attend the new plat-forme, where that is set up in the roome of the old primitive government.; Carleton, George,
Episcopacy History 17th Century Early Works To 1800 : Bp Carletons testimonie concerning the Presbyterian discipline in the Low-Countries, and Episcopall government here in England. : VVherein is briefly discovered the novelty of the one, and antiquity of the other; with a short taste of the inconveniences that attend the new plat-forme, where that is set up in the roome of the old primitive government. Published for the common good.; Carleton, George,
Episcopacy History Congresses : Patterns of episcopal power : bishops in tenth and eleventh century western Europe / edited by Ludger Korntgen, Dominik Wassenhoven.
Episcopacy History Early Works To 1800 : Bishop Wrens petition to the Parliament, in defence of Episcopacie. : In the behalf of himself and the rest of the bishops. Wherein he endeavours to ebreviate and lessen the libertie of the subject; being his sole resolution to extenuate the priviledge of Parliament. As also, how his most especiall intents contain (in the ensuing petition) the corroborating of prelaticall primacie. With many reasons inducing him to the presentation of the same to the right honourable the High Court of Parliament.; Wren, Matthew,
Episcopacy History Of Doctrines 17th Century : Nazianzeni querela et votum justum, The fundamentals of the hierarchy examin'd and disprov'd : wherein the choicest arguments and defences of ... A.M. ... the author of An enquiry into the new opinions (chiefly) propagated by the Presbyterians in Scotland, the author of The fundamental charter of presbytry, examin'd & disprov'd, and ... the plea they bring from Ignatius's epistles more narrowly discuss'd.../ by William Jameson.; Jameson, William,
Episcopacy History Of Doctrines Early Works To 1800 : The determination of the qvestion, concerning the divine right of episcopacie. / By the famous and learned divine Dr. Abrahamus Scultetus, late professour of divinity in the University of Heidelberg. Faithfully translated out of his observations upon the epistles to Timothy and Titus.; Scultetus, Abraham,
Episcopacy Liturgy Early Works To 1800 : Directions propounded and humbly presented to the High Court of Parliament, concerning the Booke of Common Prayer and episcopall government.; Udall, Ephraim,
Episcopacy Scotland : Some remarks on a scandalous paper entituled, The humble representation of the Presbyterians, to his Grace his Majesties high commissioner, and the estates of Parliament, May 30, 1695 : wherein the disingenuity of the present faction, that oppose episcopacy in Scotland, their inconsistency with their own principles, and cruelty towards all of a different perswasion, are clearly manifested.
Episcopacy Scotland Early Works To 1800 : Cum bono deo. A remonstrance to the Godly party. : Two maine quæries, which stand much usefull fo these our times. ... And a vindication of both. / By Andrew Logie sometime Arch-Deane of Aberdene; Penned by the author, ann. 1654, and printed 1661.; Logie, Andrew.