R D Roger Drake 1608 1669 Bar Against Free Admission To The Lords S : The bar to free admission to the Lords Supper removed, or, A vindication of Mr. Humfreys free admission to the sacrament of the Lords Supper : wherein the most materiall exceptions and objections of Doctor Drake against it in his book called A bar to free admission &c. are taken off and answered : whereunto is annexed an expostulatory speech unto them of the Congragationall way : and also an examination of the book called A Scripture rail to the communion table, by some ministers in Glocester-shire / by John Timson.; Timson, John.
R F Richard Farnworth 1666 Scriptures Vindication Against The Scotish C : The reviler rebuked: or, A re-inforcement of the charge against the Quakers, (so called) for their contradictions to the Scriptures of God, and to their own scriblings, : which Richard Farnworth attempted to answer in his pretended Vindication of the Scriptures; but is farther discovered, with his fellow-contradictors and revilers, and their doctrine, to be anti-Scriptural, anti-Christian, and anti-spiritual. / By John Stalham, a servant of the great bishop and shepherd of souls, appointed to watch his little flock at Terling in Essex.; Stalham, John,
R F Richard Farnworth 1666 Truth Cleared Of Scandals : The holy scripture clearing it self of scandals: or, An answer to a book written by Richard Farnworth, who is commonly called a Quaker, bearing this title, Truth cleared of scandals. : In this answer, you have the substance of a dispute at Harliston in Staffordshire, between Richard Faruworth [sic] and the author, in the yeer 1654. Written by Tho. Pollard, a member of the Church of Christ, gathered in, and about, Leichfield. Whereunto is added, Certain considerations and queries concerning those people called the Quakers; with desire of an answer. As also, a postscript, manifesting their folly in pretending a necessity of using the terms thee and thou to a single person. / By Henry Haggar, a servant of Jesus Christ, and of the congregation of his saints.; Pollard, Thomas,
R G Robert Gordon Spiritual Order And Christian Liberty Proved To Be Consis : Christian reprehension of confusion, ranterism, cruelty, and opposition to spiritual order and Christian liberty in brief reflections : first on a conceited pamphlet untruly stiled Spiritual order and Christian liberty proved consistent in the Churches of Christ, and impositions upon the consciences of believers &c. found antichristian and destructive to both, signed R.G. : secondly on A brief history of the rise, growth, reign, supports, and suddain fatal foil of popery, and description of six popish pillars, by a hidden author / by G.W. and S.C.; Whitehead, George,
R G Salutem In Christo : A treatise of treasons against Q. Elizabeth, and the croune of England : diuided into two partes: whereof, the first parte answereth certaine treasons pretended, that neuer were intended: and the second, discouereth greater treasons committed, that are by few perceiued: as more largely appeareth in the page folowing.
R H 1609 1678 : The works of the holy mother St. Teresa of Jesus : foundress of the reformation of the discalced Carmelites : divided into two parts.; Teresa,
R H 1609 1678 Guide In Controversies : A second discourse in vindication of the Protestant grounds of faith, against the pretence of infallibility in the Roman Church : in answer to The guide in controversies by R.H., Protestancy without principles, and Reason and religion, or, The certain rule of faith by E.W. : with a particular enquiry into the miracles of the Roman Church / by Edward Stillingfleet ...; Stillingfleet, Edward,
R S Word To Doctor Womock : Conformity re-asserted in an echo to R.S., or, A return of his VVord to Doctor Womock's asserting : 1. That modification of publick worship by personal abilities is not the formal act of the ministerial office, 2. That the ministers of the Church of England ought to submit to the use of an imposed liturgy : and dissolving the objections of Mr. Crofton and R.S. to the contrary / by L.W. ...; Womock, Laurence,
Rabbinical Literature Early Works To 1800 : Electa thargumico-rabbinica; sive Annotationes in Exodum. : Ex triplici Thargum, seu Chaldaicâ paraphrasi, nempe Onkeli, Jonathanis, & Hierosolymitanâ; item ex commentariis rabbinorum, nempe Salomonis Jarchi, Aben Ezræ, & Abrabaneelis; nec non ex libro radicum, seu Lexico R. Davidis Kimchi, & ex aliorum vel Hebræorum, vel Hebraizantium scriptis excerptæ, unà cum animadversionibus subinde interspersis. Græcorum porrò interpretum versiones, & vulgata Latina, passim expenduntur, earumque vel cum Hebræo textu convenientia, vel ab eo discrepantia ostenditur. / Authore Christophoro Cartwrighto, eboracensi.; Cartwright, Christopher,
Rabbits Economic Aspects England Early Works To 1800 : Reasons humbly offered, on the behalf of the master and wardens of the guild and fraternity of the skinners of London, : to the honourable House of Commons, against the felt-makers bill, entitled, An act for the better encouraging the manufacture of felt-making in this kingdom: in which bill they pray for a prohibition of English coney-skins and hare-skins, and coney-wooll and hare-wooll.; Worshipful Company of Skinners of London.