The Institute of Christian Education at Home and Overseas and the Student Christian Movement in Schools merged in 1965 to form the Christian Education Movement.Works by these bodies are found under the name used at the time of publication.SUBJECT ENTRY: Works about these bodies are entered under the name resulting from the merger. Works limited on subject coverage to the pre-merger period are entered under the name of one or more of the original bodies.
Student in Aberdeen. : A letter from a student in Aberdeen to a master in Edinburgh, touching the rights of patronages [electronic resource].
Student in Cambridge. : A poore knight his pallace of priuate pleasures [electronic resource] : Gallantly garnished, with goodly galleries of strang inuentio[n]s and prudently polished, with sundry pleasant posies, [et] other fine fancies of dainty deuices, and rare delightes. Written by a student in Ca[m]bridge. And published by I.C. Gent.
Student in Politics, / author. : Proposals to the Legislature, for preventing the frequent executions and exportations of convicts : in a letter to H. Pelham / by a student in politics.
Student in the Coelestial Sciences. : The london oracle; being a new-year's gift, for the year 1707. [electronic resource] : A fit pocket-companion for gentlemen, ladies, and other persons of quality; Lovers, Travellers by Sea and Land, Merchants, Mariners, Surgeons, &c. Useful to all, and a Friend to the Unfortunate: Teaching to distinguish and Happy Time from Times Cross and Malevolent. By a student in the cœlestial sciences, and Professor of P.
Student in the said art. : The whole work of love, or, A new poem, on a young lady, who is violently in love with a gentleman of Lincolns-Inn [electronic resource] / by a student in the said art.
Student in the Temple. : State trials for high treason, embellished with portraits : part second, containing the trial of John Horne Tooke, Esq. / reported by a student in the Temple ; with every important occurrence respecting this most interesting subject of public concern and curiosity.
Student of Divinity. : Answers to an anonymous pamphlet, consisting of five letters, very lately published. In opposition whereto, is prov'd at some length, that all Scripture is equally of divine original; the Command for killing the Amalekites, and that for Abraham offering up his Son, not excepted. The former vindicated from the Impeachment of Cruelty alledg'd against it; and the latter from the Charge of Unfitness; all Things consider'd in a very different Manner from Bishop Tillotson, or any other Treater on that Subject. - His Notion of a Succession of Ideas in the Mind of the Deity confuted; with some Animadversions on Eternity, and several other Things. By a student of divinity [electronic resource].
Student of Gray's-Inn. : A full and impartial view of the trial of Donald Maclane [electronic resource] : who was indicted at the Assizes held at Guildford, on Monday the 8th of August, for the wilful murder of William Allen, the younger / by a student of Gray's-Inn.
Student of Lincoln's-Inn. : A letter to the Right Hon. Edmund Burke, concerning the justice and expediency of a total renunciation on the part of Great-Britain of the right to bind Ireland by acts of the British Parliament, either internally or externally. [electronic resource] : From a student of Lincoln's-Inn.
Student of Phillips Andover Academy. / Lines, in memory of Mr. Walter Moor. : A sermon, on the duty of Christian pity, [electronic resource] : preached at the interment of Mr. Walter Moor, student of Phillips Academy, Andover, Massachusetts; who died at Union, in Connecticut, June 20th, 1798, in the 22d year of his age. / By David Avery, Minister of the Word of God.
Student of the law in the Inner Temple. : Genuine and impartial memoirs of Francis Fonton, [electronic resource] : late of the Bank of England; containing I. The history of his duplicity, frauds, and forgeries. ... IV. A brief description of his execution. By a student of the law in the Inner Temple.