Webber, Samuel. : Some impartial thoughts on the woollen manufacturies, wherein the merits of the several pieces wrote on this subject within these few years are occasionally considered. With remarks upon Mr. Webber's scheme, and other Schemes for preventing the Exportation of British and Irish Wooll. By George-Andrew-Patrick-Briton.
Webber, Samuel, active 1735-1740. : An answer to the pretended remarks on Mr. Webber's scheme : and the Draper's Pamphlet; shewing, That the Remarker hath not made the least Objection to the Scheme, which the Draper recommended, nor disprov'd the least Fact which he advanc'd: As also, that all that hath been alledged by the Gentleman's Magazine against it is groundless, and that the Truth of the Calculation is undoubted. To which is added, A Copy of the Letter which Mr. Webber received, concerning its being stipulated that France should have our Wool; which Letter also contains a short, but pathetick Address, to the Electors of Great-Britain. Written at the Time of the last Election, and altogether as necessary at this Time, with some other Reasons; setting forth the Probability of such a Stipulation also, A Petition, intended to have been presented to Parliament, praying, an Act to confirm the Charter which His Majesty granted Mr. Webber: Which Petition was not refused, on account of such a Charter not having been granted, but as a Private Bill that came too late. By John London.
Keith, George, 1639?-1716. : An answer to a pamphlet : Intituled, An Account of an Occasional Conference between George Keith and Thomas Upsher, at Colchester, &c. January 1. 1701. With some remarks on a former Book of George Keith's, falsly Entituled, A True Relation of a Conference had between Geo. Keith, and Tho. Upsher, at Colchester, the 6th of the fifth Month, 1699. By Thomas Upsher.
Hammond, Henry, 1605-1660. -- Early works to 1800. : The account audited and discounted: or, a vindication of the three-fold diatribee, of [brace] 1. Supersition, 2. Will-worship, 3. Christmas festivall. : Against Doctor Hammonds manifold paradiatribees. / By D.C. preacher of the Word at Billing-Magn. in Northamptonshire.
Foster, James, 1697-1753. : An account of the behaviour of the late Earl of Kilmarnock, [electronic resource] : after his sentence, and to the time of his execution, which was on August 18. 1746. / By James Foster. ; With an appendix, containing several authentic papers. N.B. Mr. Foster was the minister who at the desire of the Earl of Kilmarnock attended his Lordship to assist him in his preparations for another world, and it is the same Rev. gentleman to whom (according to a pamphlet published in London and Boston) the said Earl appeared after his execution: he is said to be one of the most celebrated preachers in England, his lectures are attended by great numbers of people, especially of the nobility, gentry, Bishops and others of the clergy of all denominations, though a dissenter from the establish'd Church.
Boughen, Edward, 1587?-1660?. -- Early works to 1800. : An answer to a book entituled An account of the Church Catholike : where it was before the Reformation; and whether Rome were or be the Church Catholike. Wherein is proved, that the Catholike Church never was, nor can be distinct from that which is now called, the Church of Rome. By R.T. Esquire.
Account of the conduct of the council which dismiss'd the Reverend Mr. Edwards from the pastoral care of the First Church at Northampton. : A vindication of the protest against the result of the Northampton-council. [electronic resource] : In answer to a letter published by the Reverend Messieurs Robert Breck, Joseph Ashly, Timothy Woodbridge, Chester Williams; intitled, An account of the conduct of the council which dismiss'd the Reverend Mr. Edwards from the pastoral care of the First Church at Northampton; with reflections on the protestation accompanying the printed result of that council, and the letter published relating to that affair. : In a letter to a gentleman. / By William Hobby, A.M. Pastor of the First Church at Reading. ; [One line from Job]
Hooke, N. (Nathaniel), 1690?-1763. : A review of a late treatise : entituled An account of the conduct of the Dowager D-- of M-, &c. In which Many Misrepresentations are detected, several Obscure Passages searched into and explained, and Abundance of False Facts set in their true Light; Especially such as relate to The Reigns of K. William and Q. Mary in a letter to a person of distinction.
Marlborough, Sarah Jennings Churchill, 1660-1744. : The sarah-Ad: or, a flight for fame. A burlesque poem in three canto's, in hudibrastic verse. Founded on An account of the conduct of the Dowager Du---ss of M-gh, from her first coming to Court, to the Year 1710. In a Letter from herself to my Lord Proper to be bound up therewith.
Marlborough, Sarah Jennings Churchill, 1660-1744. : The other side of the question; or, An attempt to rescue the characters of the two royal sisters Q. Mary and Q. Anne out of the hands of the d---s d---- of ---- . / By a woman of quality ... ... ...
Plot, Robert, 1640-1696. : The pocket companion and history of free-masons. : Containing their origine, progress, and present state: an abstract of their laws, constitutions, Customs, Charges, Orders, and Regulations, for the Instruction and Conduct of the Brethren. A confutation of Dr. Plot's false insinuations: An Apology occasioned by their Persecution in the Canton of Berne, and in the Pope's Dominions. And a collection of songs; a List of all the Lodges, in a new yet easy Method; and other Particulars, for the Use of the Society.
Clifford, Samuel, : A reply to Mr. Samuel Clifford : wherein his scurrillous and abusive reflections, (under pretence of vindicating the late Reverend Mr. Baxter,) are shewed to be groundless. And the old Protestant Doctrine, of Justification by Christ's Righteousness and Faith only, is explained and vindicated. By John England Minister of the Gospel at Sherborne in Dorsetshire.
Barrington, John Shute Barrington, 1678-1734. : An answer to the reproaches cast on those dissenting ministers who subscrib'd their belief of the eternal trinity. : In a letter to John Barrington-Shute, Esq; By Thomas Bradbury.
Richardson, John, 1667-1753. : Lately re-printed, and to be sold by Joseph Crukshank, on the north-side of Market-Street, between Second and Third-Streets, Philadelphia, An account of the life of that ancient servant of Jesus Christ, John Richardson ... [electronic resource]
Edwards, Jonathan, 1703-1758. : Boston, June 23. 1748. [electronic resource] : Proposals for printing by subscription, an account of the life of that extraordinary person, the late Reverend Mr. Brainard ...
Calamy, Edmund, 1671-1732. : Calamy revised : being a revision of Edmund Calamy's Account of the ministers and others ejected and silenced, 1660-2 / by A. G. Matthews.
Player, Thomas, -1686. : A Vindication of Sir Thomas Player, and those loyal citizens concerned with him : in a seasonable reply to a late sawcy and dangerous pamphlet, pretending to be an answer to the said Sir Thomas's speech.
Player, Thomas, -1686. -- Early works to 1800. : A vindication of Sir Thomas Player, and those loyal citizens concerned with him: in a seasonable reply to a late sawcy and dangerous pamphlet, pretending to be an answer to the said Sir Thomas's speech.