Prayer Controversial Literature : A contract answer to a correct copy of letters written by Mr. Matthew Hole, vicar of Stokegursey in Sommersetshire, concerning the gift and forms of prayer : wherein Bishop Wilkins's description of the gift of prayer is vindicated ... / by J.M. ...; J. M.
Prayer England History : Marking the hours : English people and their prayers, 1240-1570 / Eamon Duffy.; Duffy, Eamon.
Prayer England London Early Works To 1800 : [A brief e]xhort[ation], with the means to [promote] pie[ty] : especially directed to th[e] [...] of London. / By a lover thereof, a[nd] of all sincere Christians.
Prayer History : National prayers : special worship since the Reformation. Volume 2, General fasts, thanksgivings and special prayers in the British Isles 1689-1870 edited by Philip Williamson, Alasdair Raffe, Stephen Taylor and Natalie Mears.
Prayer In Literature : Shakespeare's common prayers : the Book of common prayer and the Elizabethan age / Daniel Swift.; Swift, Daniel,
Prayer Meetings : The Christians best exercise : being an earnest invitation to the frequenting of the common prayer.; Comber, Thomas,
Prayer Meetings Early Works To 1800 : A practical discourse concerning Christian conversation. : Purposely written to vindicate and improve the religious societies, of late years erected in the cities of London, Gloucester, &c. / By Philopatris and Philadelphus, members of the Church of England.
Prayers 17th Century Early Works To 1800 : The rule and exercises of holy living : in which are described the means and instruments of obtaining every vertue, and the remedies against every vice, and considerations serving to the resisting all temptations. Together with prayers containing the whole duty of a Christian. And the parts of devotion fitted to all occasions, and furnished for all necessities. By Jer. Taylor, D.D. Chaplain in Ordinary to King Charles the First.; Taylor, Jeremy,
Prayers Church Of England Early Works To 1800 : Sacred principles, services and soliloquies: or, a manual of devotion : made up of three parts: I. The grounds of Christian religion, and the doctrine of the Church of England, as differing from the New Roman and New-Reformed ones. II. Daily and weekly forms of prayers, fortified with Holy Scriptures, meditations, and rules to keep the soul from the common roads of sin; and carry it on in a mortified course. III. Seven changes to conscience, delivering (if not the whole body) the main limbs of divinity which is the art not of disputing, but living well. / By W. Brough, D.D. & D. of Glocester.; Brough, W.
Prayers For The Dead 17th Century : The service that is performed in the Kings Free Chappel of S. George in the Castle of Windsor, upon Obiit Sunday in the morning (that is the Sunday before every quarter-day) : and at the offering up of the atchievements of the deceased Knights of the Garter. The service is the same that is appointed in the Book of Common Prayer, until you come to the Psalms for the day of the moneth: in stead of which you have these proper Psalms : Psalm XXI, CXLVI, CXLVII.
Prayers For The Dead Christianity : Seeking salvation : commemorating the dead in the late-Medieval English parish / Sally Badham ; with photography by C.B. Newham.; Badham, Sally.
Prayers Great Britain Early Works To 1800 : The whole book of Psalms. : Collected into English meeter / by Thomas Sternhold, John Hopkins, and others. Set forth and allowed to be sung in all churches, of all the people together, before and after morning and evening prayer; and also before and after sermons, and moreover in private houses for their godly solace and comfort: laying apart all ungodly songs and ballads, which tend only to the nourishing of vice, and corrupting of youth.; Sternhold, Thomas,
Pre Emption England : The antiquity, legality, reason, duty and necessity of præ-emption and prourveyance, for the King, or, Compositions for his pourveyance : as they were used and taken for the provisions of the Kings household, the small charge and burthen thereof to the people, and the many for the author, great mischiefs and inconveniences which will inevitably follow the taking of them away / by Fabian Philipps.; Philipps, Fabian,