Lover of Christianity. : Predictions of the sudden and total destruction of the Turkish empire, and religion of Mahomet : according to the opinions of the Lord Tycho Brahe of Denmark, and many others of the best astronomers of this later age; collected and humbly dedicated to all Christendom by a lover of Christianity.
Lover of chymistry. : Bazilica chymica, & Praxis chymiatricæ, or, Royal and practical chymistry : in three treatises : wherein all those excellent medicines and chymical preparations are fully discovered, from whence all our modern chymists have drawn their choicest remedies : being a translation of Oswald Crollius, his Royal chymistry, augmented and inlarged by John Hartman : to which is added his Treatise of signatures of internal things, or, A true and lively anatomy of the greater and lesser world : as also, The practice of chymistry of John Hartman, M.D., augmented and inlarged by his son / all faithfully Englished by a lover of chymistry.
Lover of decency and order in youth. : The benefit of school-discipline: being an answer to a late pamphlet, entitled, The shameful discipline of the schools exposed; or, whipping an improper punishment for youth. Wherein the arguments are fully answered and confuted: By proving, that no Person ought to be above Punishment, that is not above deserving it. Illustrated and Enforced By Proofs from History; confirmed by the Example of the Ecclesiasticks, and such justified by Scripture. By a lover of decency and order in youth ; and Consulter of Safety in Adult Persons; but an Enemy to Hypocrisy and Deceit, as ensnaring Men into too fatal a Security. In a letter to the author.
Lover of Englishmens freedomes. : A prospective glasse : wherein Englands bondage under the Normane yoke, with the rise, growth, and continuation is clearly asserted, a subject not yet treated upon ... shewing how the law came to be in an unknown tongue, and from whence the judges and other inferior lawyers had their beginning, and in opposition to former law, how the 4 termes of the yeer came to be kept : as also, the corruption of this law, bringing with it the fines and rents to the lord of the manor for all free- holds and copyhold land : being a collection from the most choice of modern historians : with some copyhold land : being a collection from the most choice of modern historians : with some brief observations upon Scripture, as proving from thence that this law is contradictory to the nature of God's dealing with the sons of man, and contrary to the nature of freedome / by a lover of Englishmens freedomes.
Lover of Free-Grace. : The love of God to mankind demonstrated : in a discourse Upon 1 Tim. iii. 16. Principally intended as a Remedy against the Growth of Arianism, and The more dangerous and pernicious Tenets of the Socinians. By a lover of free-grace, Of the Church of England. Search the Scriptures.
Lover of genuine Christianity. : Some considerations on original sin : the fall of man, and the doctrine of a christ. Particularly recommended to the antinomians and methodists. By a lover of Genuine Christianity. In a letter to a friend.
Lover of his country and a friend to all. : Thoughts on general safety. [electronic resource] : Addressed to the youth and others, descended in the Protestant line from pious ancestors; especially to the inhabitants of Maryland. / By a lover of his country and a friend to all.
Lover of His Country, and a Friend to Truth. : A letter to a country parson, or, a reply to the Rev. F. Wollaston's address to his flock, to caution them against being misled by the wolf in sheep's clothing, ... By a lover of his country, and a friend to truth.
Lover of his country, and the army. : Essay on the most effectual way to recruit the army : And render it more serviceable, by preventing desertion. Humbly offer'd to the consideration of the Parliament of Great Britain. By a Lover of his country, and the army.
Lover of his country, and the constitution of Great-Britain -- See Cowper, Thomas
Lover of his King and countrey. : The cabal of several notorious priests and Jesuits : discovered, as, William Ireland, Tho. White ... William Harcourt .. John Fenwick ... John Gaven ... and Anthony Turner, &c. : shewing their endeavors to subvert the government, and Protestant religion ... / by a lover of his King and countrey, who formerly was an eye-witness of these things..