Shelton Martha : Gods sovereignty and mans duty asserted : Gods sovereignty in six propositions. 1. He can take away, 2. What He will, 3. From whom He will, 4. How He will, 5. When He will, 6. Where He will. Mans duty in seven particulars. 1. Of humble acknowledgment. 2. Of godly fear. 3. Of constant dependence. 4. Of sensible affectation. 5. Of patient submission. 6. Of serious consideration. 7. Of actual preparation. Occasioned by death and burial of the eminently religious and truly pious gentlewoman Martha Shelton, relict of the right worshipful Maurice Shelton, of Barningham in Suffolk Esquire, deceased. By R.K. M.A. and rector of Royden in Suffolk. Licensed according to order.; Kingston, Richard,
Shepard Thomas 1605 1649 : God's plot : the paradoxes of Puritan piety, being the Autobiography & Journal of Thomas Shephard / edited by M. Mc Giffert.; Shepard, Thomas,
Shepard Thomas 1635 1677 : An elegie upon the death of the Reverend Mr. Thomas Shepard, : late teacher of the church at Charlstown in New-England: / By a great admirer of his worth, and true mourner for his death.; Oakes, Urian,
Shepherd Jack 1940 : Impossible plays : adventures with the Cottesloe Company / Keith Dewhurst and Jack Shepherd.; Dewhurst, Keith.
Shepherds England Early Works To 1800 : An ansvver to the shepherd's happiness; or, The successful warrier in less danger than the shepherd swain. : to a pleasant new tune, sung in the last new opera.
Shepherds In Literature : The Spanish Arcadia : sheep herding, pastoral discourse, and ethnicity in early modern Spain / Javier Irigoyen-Garcia.; Irigoyen-García, Javier,
Shepherds In The Bible Early Works To 1800 : Some queries proposed by W.A. to the late flovvn shepherds, : with a desire of an answer from them to these queries, so that their discontented sheep may have some satisfaction why they left them, when the visiting hand of the Lord was amongst them.; W. A.
Shepherds Poetry Early Works To 1800 : The shepheard and the king, and of Gillian the shepheards vvife : with her churlish answers: being full of mirth and merry pastime. To the tune of Flying fane [sic].
Shepherds Religious Life Ireland : Shepherdy spiritualiz'd, or, The improvement of a shepherd's life to soul advantage / by James Woode, an unworthy follower of the Great Shepherd of souls.; Wood, James,