Simpson Sidrach 1600 1655 Diatribe : The diatribē proved to be paradiatribē. Or, A vindication of the judgement of the reformed churches, and Protestant divines, from misrepresentations concerning ordination, and laying on of hands. : Together with a brief answer to the pretences of Edmond Chillenden, for the lawfulnesse of preaching without ordination. / By Lazarus Seaman.; Seaman, Lazarus,
Simpson Spence And Young : Simpson, Spence and Young : international shipbrokers : 100 years of service to the shipping industry.; Simpson, Spence and Young.
Simpson William 1627 1671 : A Short relation concerning the life and death of that man of God, and faithful minister of Jesus Christ, William Simpson, who laid down his body in the island of Barbadoes the eight day of the twelfth month, M DC LXX
Simpson William 1627 1671 Hydrological Essayes Or A Vindication Of : Scarbroughs spagyrical anatomizer dissected, or, An answer to all that Dr. Tonstal hath objected in his book against Scarbrough spaw : the innocency and excellency of that spaw is further asserted 1. Concerning the rise and growth of the art of physick, 2. Touching the causes of the petrifying property that is in some springs, and more especially that of the dropping well at Knaresbrough, 3. About the signs, symptomes and cures of diseases : as also reflections upon a late piece, called A vindication of hydrologia chymica / by Robert Wittie ...; Wittie, Robert,
Simpson William M D Hydrologia Chymca : Pyrologia mimica, or, An answer to hydrologia chymica of William Sympson, phylo-chymico-medicus : in defence of scarbrough-spaw : wherein the five mineral principles of the said spaw are defended against all his objections by plain reason and experiments, and further confirmed by a discovery of Mr. S. his frequent contradictions and manifest recantation : also a vindication of the rational method and practice of physick called galenical, and a reconciliation betwixt that and the chymical : likewise a further discourse about the original of springs / by Robert Wittie ...; Wittie, Robert,
Sims : Women and gaming : the Sims and 21st century learning / James Paul Gee and Elisabeth R. Hayes.; Gee, James Paul.
Simson Habby : The quatorse, or, The sorrowful lamentation of the Preston gentlemen in the press-yard, for the loss of P.W. / made by the author, while he was playing at picket ; in imitation of Habby Simson.
Sin History Of Doctrines : Patro-scholastiko-dikaiösis, or, A justification of the fathers and the schoolmen : shewing that they are not self-condemned for denying the positivity of sin, being an answer to so much of Mr. Tho. Pierce's book called Autokatakrisis as doth relate to the foresaid opinion / by Hen. Hickman.; Hickman, Henry,
Sin Moral Theology : A flaming whip for lechery, or the whoremasters speculum : containing a fearful historical relation of such wicked unclean person as have been made publick and private examples of God's divine vengeance ... taken out of sacred and prophane history : also, some dreadful examples of God's righteous judgment, not recorded in either ... in order to prevent God's heavy judgments hanging over this sinful land.
Sin Original Quaker Authors : A few words concerning the fast which God requires : the antiquity, necessity, and universality of it.; Shewen, William,
Sin Original Sermons : Two discourses : the first, Of man's enmity to God, from Rom. VIII,7 ... : the second, Of the salvation of sinners, from I Tim. I, 15 ... / by the late learned divine Stephen Charnock ; published from his manuscripts by Edward Veel.; Charnock, Stephen,
Sin Poetry : The gushing teares of godly sorrovv : Containing the causes, conditions, and remedies of sinne, depending mainly upon contrition and confession. And they seconded, with sacred and comfortable passages, under the mourning cannopie of teares, and repentance. By William Lithgovv.; Lithgow, William,
Sin Quaker Authors Early Works To 1800 : Way of deliverance from bondage : set forth in love to the simple, who have erred for lack of knowledge. The redemption of the holy seed, is through judgement on that which hath hindered its gr[owth] ... / By one that desires the enlargement of the righteous seed, which i[s] impris[o]ned in the unconverted, Thomas Chilton.; Chilton, Thomas.