Clergy -- United States -- Conduct of life. : The crimes of preachers in the United States and Canada from May, 1876, to May, 1882 : translated out of the original newspapers, and with previous translations diligently compared and revised / by M.E. Billings.
Clergy -- United States -- Political activity -- Sermons. : The commonwealth [electronic resource] : Political rights of ministers : a sermon preached on fast day, April 6, 1854 ; The times, and The men for the times : sermons preached on Sabbath days, June 11 & 18, 1854 / by Daniel C. Eddy.
Clergy Urch Of England Degradation : The Petition and articles of severall charge exhibited in Parliament against Edward Finch, vicar of Christs Church in London, and brother to Sir Iohn Finch, late Lord Keeper [electronic resource] : now a fugitive for fear of this present Parliament, 1641.
Clergy -- Victoria -- Office. : Official charge addressed to Henry J. Brownell, Henry J. Cock, Samuel Harris, William T. Hiatt and Arthur John Wade on their ordination to the Christian ministry : delivered in Wesley Church, Melbourne, Tuesday, January 26, 1886 / by Edwin I. Watkin.
Clergy -- Wales. : A true and perfect relation of the whole transactions concerning the petition of the six counties of South-Wales, and the county of Monmouth, formerly presented to the Parliament of the Common-Wealth of England for a supply of Godly ministers, and an account of ecclesiasticall revenues therein [electronic resource] : with Parliaments resolves, and proceedings thereupon, now humbly represented to His Highnesse the Lord Protector's consideration / published by A.G.
Clergy Wesleyan Methodist Church Salaries Etc : To all whom it may concern. An explanation of Mr. Kilham's statement of the preachers' allowance, [electronic resource] : intended for the perusal of all well-wishers to Methodism.
Clergy, Writings of -- Great Britain. : Enquiry into the influence which enclosures have had upon the population of this kingdom. [electronic resource] : By the Reverend J. Howlett, Vicar of Great Dunmow, Essex. Second edition. To which is added an appendix, containing a letter from the Rev. J. Chappel Woodhouse, Rector of Donington, in Shropshire; which strongly illustrates the necessary Increase of People from an improved Agriculture in general, and from Enclosures in particular.
Clergy, Writings of, Scottish. : Tracts on subjects of national importance. [electronic resource] : I. On the advantages of manufactures, Commerce, and Great Towns, to the Population and Prosperity of a Country. II. Difficulties stated to a proposed assessment of the land tax: And another Subject of Taxation proposed, not liable to the same Objections. By the Rev. John M'farlan, D. D. F. R. S. Scotland. And Author of the Inquiries concerning the Poor.