Church of England -- Sermons -- 18th century -- Specimens. : The reasonableness and advantage of national humiliations : Upon the Approach of War. A sermon preached before the University of Oxford, at St. Mary's, on Wednesday, Jan. 9. 1739-40. Being the Day appointed by his Majesty for a General fast and Humiliation, in order to obtain of Almighty God Pardon for our Sins, and to implore his Blessing and Assistance on our Arms against Spain. By Walter Harte, M. A. of St. Mary-Hall, in Oxford.
Church of England -- Sermons -- Early works to 1800 -- Early works to 1800. : The right use of riches. : A sermon preach'd in the parish church of St. Peter's, Corke, on Sunday, August the 11th, 1717. at the anniversary meeting of the poor children educated in the Green-Coat Charity-Schools Of the Parish of St. Mary Shandon, Corke. By Rowland Davies, L. L. D. and Dean of Corke. Published at the Request of several Gentlemen concern'd in that Charity. To which is adjoyn'd, a short account of the present state of the said schools.
Society of Friends -- Relations -- Church of England. : The cause of an innocent, upright-hearted people vindicated, who dare not offend against God's holy law, that's written in their hearts, which is holy, just and good, and not to be turned from : also, several reasons published, why they cannot joyn, nor conform unto, nor worship amongst the assemblies of the Church of England.
Church of England -- South Africa. : Beneath the Southern Cross : being the impressions gained on a tour through Australasia and South Africa on behalf of the Church of England Men's Society / H.S. Woollcombe.
Spirituality -- Church of England -- History. : Lancelot Andrewes the preacher (1555-1626) [electronic resource] : the origins of the mystical theology of the Church of England / by Nicholas [sic] Lossky ; foreword by Michael Ramsey ; afterword by A.M. Allchin ; translated from the French by Andrew Louth.
Church of England -- Sutton (Surrey, England) : To the honorable assembly of the Commons House in Parliament : the humble petition of Dame Grace Darcie, widow, mother, and one of the committes of the body and lands of Edward Darcie, Esquire, His Maiesties warde.
Church of England -- Teaching office -- Early works to 1800. : Remarkeable passages: first, a prayer for the Parliament. : As also the Arch-bishop of Canterburies letter to the Arch-bishop of Yorke, and the Lord keeper, to put in practice the Kings desires. With a petition to His Majestie, by divers noblemen and gentlemen estated in Ireland, and now residing in London. Also a new declaration from both Houses of Parliament. Ordered by the Lords and Commons in Parliament, that this be forthwith printed. Hen. Elsyng. Cler. Par. D. Com.