Assize sermons -- England -- Hereford -- 18th century. : Of true Christian and English courage. [electronic resource] : A sermon, Preach'd in the Cathedral-Church of Hereford, at the assizes held at Hereford, August the 14th, 1715. Before Mr. Justice Blencoe, and Mr. Justice Dormer. By Richard Smalbroke, D. D. Canon-Residentiary of Hereford, and Chaplain to his Grace the Lord Arch-Bishop of Canterbury. Publish'd at the Request of the High Sheriff and the Gentlemen of the Grand Jury.
Assize sermons -- England -- Oxford. : The character of the laws of England considered. [electronic resource] : A sermon preached on Thursday, March 6, 1777, in St. Mary's Church, Oxford, at the Assizes, before the honourable Mr. Baron Eyre and Mr. Baron Perryn, and before the University. By James Chelsum, D. D. Student of Christ Church, Oxford; One of his Majesty's Preachers at Whitehall, and Chaplain to the Honourable and Right Reverend the Lord Bishop of Worcester. Published at the request of the Judges.
Associate Presbytery of Pennsylvania. : The propriety of singing the psalms of David in New Testament worship. [electronic resource] : A sermon preached At Middle-Octoraro, April 13th, 1774. At the Opening of the Associate Presbytery of Pensylvania. By William Marshall, Minister of the Gospel to the Scots Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia.
Associate Presbytery (Scotland : 1733-1744) : The humble and modest inquiry, [electronic resource] : concerning The Right and Power of Electing and Calling Ministers to vacant Churches, Finished. In Two Parts. The First being the History of Settlements for the Space of Ninety Years, from the establishing of the Reformation, Anno 1560, down to the abolishing of the Patronages, Anno 1649; all which Period, Patronages took Place. As also of Settlements from the Year 1649, when the Right and Power of Calling was lodged in the Kirksession, down to the Restoration, when Episcopacy was again introduced upon this Church. The Second being an Account of the poor and wretched Defence of the pretended Divine Right of the People, made by some who stile themselves Protesters against the Assembly 1732, in a Pamphlet, intituled, The mutual Negative to Parish and Presbytery in the Election of a Minister. By the Author of the Humble and Modest Inquiry.
Associate Presbytery (Scotland : 1733-1744) -- Apologetic works. : A letter from a member of the Associate Presbytery to a minister in the Presbytery of D---------ne. Wherein the question, concerning secession from the present judicatories, is stated and examined. With a postscript, containing some remarks on the Reverend Mr. Currie's Essa on separation [electronic resource].
Associate Presbytery (Scotland) -- Sermons. : The sovereignty and wisdom of God displayed in the afflictions of men, [electronic resource] : together with a Christian deportment under them. Being the substance of several sermons on Eccles. vii. 13. Prov. xvi. 19. and I Pet. v. 6. To which are added some sermons on the nature of church-communion, from I Cor. x. 17. By the late Reverend and learned Mr. Thomas Boston, Minister of the Gospel at Ettrick. .
Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church -- Discipline. : The constitution of the associate-reformed synod [electronic resource] : To which are added, the formula of questions to be put to church officers at their ordination; and a number of rules, for preserving good order in the synod and subordinate judicatories.
Associate Reformed Synod (1782-1801). Constitution. : The constitution of the Associate-Reformed Synod in America, considered, disowned, and testified against, inconsistent with the reformation-constitution of Britain and Ireland. [electronic resource] / By authority of the Reformed Presbytery in Scotland.