2 edition of Short reflections upon a pamphlet entituled Toleration not to be abused found in the catalog.
Short reflections upon a pamphlet entituled Toleration not to be abused
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 1536:35.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 29 p.|
|Number of Pages||29|
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It was sold to Congress in , but was either missing at the time of the sale or was lost immediately afterwards. The book is not checked in an early working copy of the catalogue, and is the first entry in an undated manuscript list headed Congress Library Books missing, made between and The entry is omitted from all the. But I must take things at the beginning, anti, after the example of my brethren the modern historians, I must not begin upon the subject till I have given the portrait of my hero, which, like them, I am the better ble to do, as I have not seen the personage I am to l)aint. 1 ask your indulgence therefore far this first attempt, and if my.
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Short reflections upon a pamphlet entituled Toleration not to be abused: in a letter to a friend: wherein it is proved that it is the duty of Presbyterians to make use of the liberty granted them by His Majesties most gracious declaration of the of March, /2: and that it is no sinful separation, nor contrary to Presbyterian principles (whatever is in that pamphlet suggested to the.
Toleration not to be abused by the Independents by a lover of truth and peace. The judgment of Mr. Baxter concerning ceremonies and conformity with a short reflection upon a scandalous pamphlet intituled, A proposition for the safety and happiness of the king and kingdom: in a letter to a gentleman of the House of Commons.
An Answer to a late pamphlet, entituled, A character of a Popish successor, and what England may expect from such a one  An answer to a late pamphlet, intituled, A short scheme of the usurpations of the Crown of England, &c.
Briscoe, John, fl. / . A Brief and plain discourse upon the decrees of God wherein Mr. Grantham's query is considered and answered with some short reflections upon a few expressions in his book.
The Online Books Page. Online Books by. Richard Baxter (Baxter, Richard, ) Online books about this author are available, as is a Wikipedia article. Baxter, Richard, The Certainty of The Worlds of Spirits and, Consequently, of The Immortality of Souls of The Malice and Misery of The Devils and The Damned, and of The Blessedness of The Justified, Fully Evinced By The.
Not to break the Acts of Navigation neither Governour nor Inhabitants upon the penalties contained in the said Acts. Not to be in League with any Prince or Country that is in War against us our Heirs and Successors. Power of safety and defence in such way and. to William Hippisley, Esq.
HOWEVER surprized you may be at this Dedication, the World would have been much more so, had I prefixed any other Name, than that of the Heir of the late Great Mr. Trenchard, who as he had appointed you the Successor to his Fortune, it would have been a Kind of Profanation to put his Works under any other Protection.
That I have annexed the detached Pieces of his. Being an Essay upon this great Question, whether Workhouses, Corporations, and Houses of Correction for Employing the Poor, as now practised in England, or Parish-stocks, as proposed in a late pamphlet, entituled A Bill for the Better Relief, Employment, and Settlement of the Poor, &c., are not mischievous to the Nation; tending to the.
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She shows that these were arguments that thrived in the medium of eighteenth-century Britain's culture of by: Remarks upon a late pamphlet entituled, A brief and full account of Mr. Tate's and Mr. Brady's New version of the Psalms. EEBO-TCP.\n. Short rules sent by Maister Richard Greenham to a gentlewoman troubled in minde.
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The charge of atheism was brought against the Excercitationes Philosophicæ of Gorlæus, published in ; but, the book being posthumous, conclusions could not be tried.
Views far short of atheism, however, were dangerous to their holders; for the merely Socinian work of Voelkel, published at Amsterdam inwas burned by order of the. New Acquisitions List. The second part of The present state of England together with diverse reflections upon the antient state thereof.
Chamberlayne, Edward, Printed by TN for J Martyn. Toleration not to be abused by the Independents. Fullwood, Francis, d. Whereunto is added, a short discourse concerning the resurrection of the body, and what is "Innocency with her Open Face, by way of Apology, for the Book entituled, The Sandy Foundation Shaken" being an Answer to a Pamphlet, entituled, A Skirmish upon Quakerism" "A Brief Answer to a False and Foolish Libel, call'd, The Quaker's.
Short and impartial considerations upon the present state of affairs in England Ker, A. A short reply unto a declaration intituled, The declaration of the Army of England upon their march into Scotland, by the General Assembly of the Kirk of Scotland White, John, A letter in answer to a book entitled, Christianity not mysterious.
London, Printed for R. Clavell. As also to all those who set up for reasons and evidence in opposition to revelation and mysteries. [Browne, Peter, bp. of Cork and Ross].
Of drinking in the memory of the dead. Dublin, Printed by A.R. and sold by Jer. Pepyat in Skinner-row. the noblemen and minisU rs Edinburgh, and had the leading of the business, pnfess il t" have intelligence that the king iu tended nothing but war, and was using his endeavours t" rai* an army wherewith to invade this land; and upon that ground albeit there was no answer from Mr.
VViuram, who returned ral rneetii not before the 21st of March. Sacrilegious desertion of the holy ministery rebuked, and tolerated preaching of the gospel vindicated, against the reasonings of a confident questionist, in a book called Toleration not abused; with counsil to the nonconformists, and petition to the pious conformists / by one that is consecrated to the sacred ministry, and is resolved not to.See the Theological Notes: "God's Covenant of Grace" at Genesis in The Reformation Study Bible.
See the Theological Notes: "The Kingdom of God," at Luke in The Reformation Study Bible. See the Theological Notes: "The Humble Obedience of Christ," at John in The Reformation Study Bible.
See the Theological Notes: "The Church," at Ephesians in The Reformation Study Bible.Horae homileticae, or, Discourses digested into one continued series, and forming a commentary upon every book of the Old and New Testament.
London: H.G. Bohn. Bible 8th ed. Fiche: Smith, I. Gregory (Isaac Gregory),