Confirmation -- Juvenile fiction. : John prepares : a confirmation story for boys, girls, or adults / by Mervyn W. Britten ; with a foreword by the Bishop of Gippsland.
Confirmation (Liturgy) : An explanation of the office for the public baptism of infants; and of the order for the confirmation of those who are come to years of discretion. In the catechetical form, for the use of teachers, In Schools And Families, When Preparing Young Persons To BE Confirmed BY The Bishop. By Mrs. Trimmer.
Confirmation sermons -- England -- Early works to 1800. : Good brother, intending by God's blessing, to be ready on [blank] in the parish-church of [blank] after [blank] prayers, to confirm such of your parish as have not been yet confirmed, that it may be done to the more edification and greater advantage of your flock, I thought good to send you these following directions..
Confiscations. : Reasons humbly offered in justification of an order granted to Major George Wither, by the honourable House of Commons, the ninth of Febr. 1640 : for repairs of his damages sustained by the Kings forces at the beginning of this war ... : whereunto are annexed also, reasons against the passing of an ordinance for one Edward Andrews, a delinquent ...
Great Britain -- History -- Restoration, 1660-1688 -- Confiscations and contributions -- Early works to 1800. : A hue and cry after the high court of injustice. Or, the arraignment and sentence of those blood-thirsty and unparallel'd traitors, who contrary to all law and justice, judged and condemned the late Kings Majesty, Charles the First, of glorious memory to death; : who by the divine hand of Gods justice, which alwayes pursues and overtakes blood-thirsty traitots to their ruine aad destruction, are now to be made publick examples of justice, for that horrid act which is now by both Houses of Parliament declared to be horrid murder. With a perfect list of all their names, whose estates are to be sequestered for the same, for the use of his Majesty.
Ireland -- History -- War of 1689-1691 -- Confiscations and contributions -- Sources. : The report of the commissioners appointed by Parliament to enquire into the Irish forfeitures. / Deliver'd to the honble House of Commons the 15th of December 1699 ; with their resolutions and addresses to His Majesty relating to those forfeitures, as also His Majesty's gracious answers thereunto, and his most gracious speech to both Houses of Parliament the 5th of January 1690.