Neolithic Period England Dartmoor : The evolution of Neolithic and Bronze Age landscapes : from Danubian longhouses to the stone rows of Dartmoor and Northern Scotland / Alexander Carnes.; Carnes, Alexander.
Neolithic Period England Fens The : Flag Fen, Peterborough : excavation and research, 1995-2007 / edited by Francis Pryor and Michael Bamforth, with principal contributions by Michael Bamforth ... [et.al.].
Neolithic Period England Wiltshire : Sacred mound, holy rings : Silbury Hill and the West Kennet palisade enclosures : a later Neolithic complex in north Wiltshire / by Alasdair Whittle ; with contributions by J. Best...[et al.] ; and a foreword by G.J. Wainwright.; Whittle, A. W. R.
Neolithic Period Scotland Papa Westray : On the fringe of Neolithic Europe : excavation of a chambered cairn on the Holm of Papa Westray, Orkney / Anna Ritchie ; with contributions by Patrick Ashmore ... [et al.].; Ritchie, Anna,
Neonatology Early Works To 1800 : Aristotle's manual of choice secrets, : shewing the whole mystery of generation : with receipts to prevent barrenness, and cause conception : very necessary to be known and practiced by all midwives, nurses, & young married women / translated out of Latin by J.P.
Neonomianism Controversial Literature Early Works To 1800 : A plea for the antient gospel : Wherein these following points are discussed. I. Of a change of person between Christ and the elect. II. Of the conditionality of the Covenant of Grace. III. Of the nature of saving faith. IV. Of the free offer of Christ to sinners, and of preparatoroy qualifications. V. Of union to Christ before faith. VI. Of justification by faith. VII. Of the necessity and benefit of holiness, obedience and good works, with perseverance therein. VIII. Of intending our souls good, by duties we perform. IX. Of the way to attain assurance. X. Of God's seeing sin in his people. XI. Of the hurt that sin may do to believers. XII. Of God's displeasure for sin in the afflictions of his people. XIII. Of the beauty of sincere holiness. XIV. Of gospel and legal preaching. XV. Mr. John Nisbert's reply to D. W XVI. A rejoynder, discovering what law is, and what gospel is. XVII. A friendly examination of the pacifick paper. XVIII. The paper of exceptions against Mr. D. W's book, at large, as it was delivered ...; Chauncy, Isaac,
Neonomianism Early Works To 1800 : Neonomianism unmask'd: or, The ancient Gospel pleaded, against the other, called, the new law. : The second part of the theological debate, occasioned by Mr. Dan. William's book, wherein the following points are discussed. I. What the state of the elect is before effectual calling? II. Whether God laid our sins on Christ? III. Whether the elect were discharged from sin upon Christ's bearing them? IV. Whether the elect cease to be sinners from the time their sins were laid on Christ? V. What was the time when our sins were laid on Christ? VI. Whether God was separated from Christ while our sins lay upon him? / By Isaac Chauncy, M.A.; Chauncy, Isaac,