Collins, Samuel, 1576-1651. -- Sermons. : A sermon preached at the funerals of the reverend and faithful servant of Jesus Christ in the work of the Gospel, Mr. Samuel Collins, Pastor of the Church of Christ at Braintree in Essex, who exchanged this life for immortality in the 77th year of his age, in the 46 year of his ministry there, in the year of our Lord, 1657 / preached by Matthew Newcomen ...
Collins, Samuel, 1619-1670. -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800. : The obmutesce of F.T. to the Epphata of D. Collins. Or The reply of F.T. to D. Collins his defence of my Lord of VVinchesters answere to Cardinall Bellarmines Apology : In which reply M. Collins is conuinced of most manifest frauds, falsityes, fooleryes, & lyes. Written by Thomas Fitzherbert Priest of the Society of Iesus, in defence of his adioynder impugned by M. Collins: wherein the authors name was cyphred with the two letters F.T.
Collins, Sandra : Contemporary musicians. Volume 41 : profiles of the people in music / Leigh Ann DeRemer, editor.
Collins, Thomas -- Early works to 1800. : A Genuine account of the behaviour, confessions and dying words of the malefactors viz. James Day, Ann Hazzard, James Harris, Richard Keble, James Hunt, and Thomas Collins [electronic resource] : who were executed at Kennington-Common, on Thursday the 25th of August, 1743 : to which is added, the solemn declaration of James Day and Ann Hazzard, relating to the murder of Simon Pottell, which they deliver'd to the Rev. Mr. Wilson, lecturer of St. John, Southwark.
Collins, Thomas -- Trials, litigation, etc. : The Trial at large of John Penny, William Penny, Thomas Collins, John Allen, Daniel Long, John Reeves, James Jenkins, Thomas Morgan, James Roach, Robert Groves, and John Burley [electronic resource] : for the wilful murder of W. Ingram, (gamekeeper to Colonel Berkely,) at Catgrove, in the parish of Hill, Gloucestershire : likewise, the trial of W.A. Brodribb, gentleman, for administering an unlawful oath to the above persons, at Gloucester Lent Assizes, 1816, before the Hon. Mr. Justice Holroyd : to which is prefixed, an introductory narrative of the circumstances which led to the apprehension of the offenders and a plan of the ground on which the murder was committed.
Collins, William, active 1675. : The funeral of the mass, written originally in French by Monsieur de Rodon. With an answer to what Mr. W. C. has since publish'd by way of reply, in a discourse intitled Missa triumphans. Wherein The Consequence of admitting Doctrines that are contrary to Reason, The Adoration of the Host, Our present Divisions in Religious Matters, The Pope's Supremacy, The Authority of our Vulgar English Bible, The Infallibility of the Church of Rome. Mr. W. C's pretended Oath relating to Transubstantiation, &c. Are incidentally touch'd upon. A distinct Answer is also given to the Chief Arguments us'd by the Bishop of Meaux, in his Exposition of the Doctrine of the Catholick Church, to prove our Saviour's Corporeal Presence in the Eucharist; and to the Primitive Authorities cited for that Purpose in the Nubes Test um. The whole is clos'd with a letter to the Reverend Mr. S-t. By Robert Hill, M. A. Rector of Stanhow in Norfolk.