merit. : Explanatory remarks on the dialogue between Philalethes and Benevolus, against the appendix to the Scripture doctrine of miracles : in which the strength of the reasoning made use of in that dialogue against the appendix is examined and unfolded, and some of its defects pointed out. By a lover of truth and merit.
Merit, Opulence, and Buddhist Network of Wealth (2001 : : Fo jiao wu zhi wen hua : si yuan cai fu yu shi su gong yang guo ji xue shu yan tao hui lun wen ji / Hu Suxin zhu bian = Merit, opulence and the buddhist network of wealth : essays on Buddhist material culture / edited by Sarah E. Fraser.
Meritai, Anthony, 1905- : Ellis Island oral history project, series EI, no. 098 : interview of Anthony Meritai / by Paul E. Sigrist, Jr., September 26, 1991.
Meriton, Henry, : A circumstantial narrative of the loss of the Halsewell (east-Indiaman.) Capt. Richard Pierce : which was unfortunately wrecked at Seacombe in the Isle of Purbeck, On the Coast of Dorsetshire, on the Morning of Friday the 6th of January, 1786. Compiled from the communications, and under the authorities of Mr. Henry Meriton and Mr. John Rogers, the two chief officers Who happily escaped the dreadful Catastrophe.
Meriton, John, 1666-1717. : An antidote against the venom of Quakerism, or, Some observations, on a little pamphlet, stiled, The Christianity of the people commonly called Quakers / by John Meriton ...
Meriton, L. : Pecuniæ obediunt omnia = Money does master all things : a poem shewing the power and influence of money over all arts, sciences, trades, professions, and ways of living in this sublunary world.