Eve Biblical Figure Fiction Early Works To 1800 : De la penitance Adam / Colard Mansion ; texte édité, présenté et annoté par Sylviane Messerli d'après les manuscrits Paris, BNF, fr. 1837 et Paris, BNF, Bibliothèque de l'Arsenal, ms. 5092.; Mansion, Colard,
Evelyn Mary 1665 1685 Mundus Muliebris : Mundus foppensis: or, the fop display'd : Being the ladies vindication, in answer to a late pamphlet, entituled, Mundus muliebris: or, the ladies dressing-room unlock'd, &c. In burlesque. Together with a short supplement to the fop-dictionary: compos'd for the use of the town-beaus.
Evening Worship Services Anglican Communion : The reasonableness of our Christian service (as it is contained in the Book of Common-Prayer) evidenced; and made clear from the authority of Scriptures, and the practice of the primitive Christians. : Or, a short rationale upon our morning and evening service, as it is now established in the Church of England. Wherein every sentence therein contained, is manifestly proved out of the Holy Bible, or plainly demonstrated to be consonant thereto. / Composed and written by Thomas Elborow, Vicar of Cheswick: and since his death made publick by the care and industry of Jo. Francklyn, A.M. and Minister of Brentford.; Elborow, Thomas.
Everard Edmund Depositions And Examinations Concerning The Horrid Popish Pl : A true narrative and manifest set forth by Sir Robert Walsh knight and Batt. : which he is ready all manner of ways to justify as relating unto Plots, designs, troubles and insurrections, which were intended to have been set a foot, towards the subversion of His Most Excellent Majesties laws and government, not by a private information, or other, but before any court of Justice, discipline ; either in the civil, common, or marshal law and to reply or disanul the printed paper, in part of Edmund Everard and Irish man, who was so long prisoner in the tower : and to make out why he was so detained, nothing relating to the plot but was for his intent to have poysoned the Duke of Monmouth as shall more amply be made out in this manifest.; Walsh, Robert,
Everard Robert Active 1664 : A precept for the baptisme of infants out of the New Testament. : Where the matter is first proved from three severall scriptures, that there is such a word of command. Secondly it is vindicated, as from the exceptions of the separation, so in special from the cavils of Mr. Robert Everard in a late treatise of his intituled Baby-Baptisme routed. / By Nathaniel Stephens minister of the Gospel and Fennie-Drayton in Leicester-Shire.; Stephens, Nathaniel,
Everard Robert Active1664 Creation And The Fall Of Man : Vindiciæ fundamenti: or A threefold defence of the doctrine of original sin: : together with some other fundamentals of salvation the first against the exceptions of Mr. Robert Everard in his book entituled, The creation and the fall of man. The second against the examiners of the late assemblies confession of faith. The third against the allegations of Dr. Jeremy Taylor, in his Unum necessarium, and two letter treatises of his. / By Nathaniel Stephens minister of Fenny-Drayton in Leicestershire.; Stephens, Nathaniel,
Everard Thomas 1560 1633 : The grand sacrilege of the Church of Rome, in taking away the sacred cup from the laiety at the Lords Table: detected, and conuinced : by the euidence of holy Scripture, and testimonies of all ages successiuely from the first propagation of the catholike Christian faith to this present: together with two conferences; the former at Paris with D. Smith, now stiled by the Romanists B of Calcedon; the later at London with M Euerard, priest: by Dan. Featly, Doctor in Diuinity.; Featley, Daniel,
Everard William : The declaration and standard of the levellers of England; / delivered in a speech to his Excellency the Lord Gen. Fairfax, on Friday last at White-Hall, by Mr. Everard, a late member of the Army, and his prophesie in reference thereunto; shewing what will befall the nobility and gentry of this nation, by their submitting to community; with their invitation and promise unto the people, and their proceedings in Windsor Park, Oatlands Park, and severall other places; also, the examination and confession of the said Mr. Everard before his Excellency, the manner of his deportment with his hat on, and his severall speeches and expressions, when he was commanded to put it off. Together with a list of the severall regiments of horse and foot that have cast lots to go for Ireland.
Everett George Shipwright : Loyalty and fidelity, rejected and oppressed. Or the case of George Everett shipwright, truly stated : most humbly offer'd to the Commons of England, assembled in Parliament wherein is briefly set forth, his zealous endeavours for promoting the service of the publick with the obstructions and illegal proceedings of some persons imploy'd in the administration of publick affairs. And the true reason of those false aspersions and scandalous reflections, layd on him by, the euemy's [sic] of the government.; Everett, George,
Everndon Thomas : False judgments reprehended : and a just reproof to Tho. Everndon, and his associates and fellow-travellers, for the false and rash judgment T.E. gave against G.K. and his faithful Friends and brethren, at the publick meeting at Philadelphia, the 27. of 10. mon. 1692. And also for their bringing with them their paquet of letters (Saul-like to Damascus) containing the false judgment of a faction of men, calling themselves the Yearly-Meeting at Tredaven in Maryland the 4 of 8. mon 92. And another false judgment contained in another letter from William Richardson, all which will return upon their own heads.; Keith, George,
Everson William 1912 1994 : The residual years : poems, 1934-1948 : including a selection of uncollected and previously unpublished poems / William Everson (Brother Antoninus) ; foreword by Allan Campo ; introduction by Kenneth Rexroth ; afterword by Bill Hotchkiss.; Everson, William,