Devotional literature, English -- Great Britain -- Early works to 1800. : The christians daily practice of piety : or, holy walking with God. As also scripture rules to be observed in buying and selling. Very useful for all sorts of people that desire to make conscience of their ways here, and to fit themselves for their great account hereafter Licensed according to Order. .
Devotional literature, English -- Quaker authors -- Early works to 1800. : A song of the judgments and mercies of the Lord: wherein the things seen in secret, are declared openly ...; given forth at the movings of the spirit of the Lord .., to go abroad throughout the world. With a hearty salutation of pure and unfeigned love ... With a few words by way of information unto such who may have desires in them to know the way to the kingdom of peace and righteousness ... which to them is the visitations of God. / By one who labours and travels for the redemption of the suffering seed in every region and quarter of the earth called J. Coale..
Devotional literature, English -- Scotland -- Early works to 1800. : The map of the little world, illuminated with religion : being a practical treatise, directing man to a religious scope, and right measure, in all the periods of his life; with devotion suitable. To which is added an appendix, containing a gospel ministers legacie, in some sermons, upon 2 Pet. 1. 12, &c. / By Patrick Strachan minister of the gospel at St. Vigeans.
Devotional literature, French -- Manuscripts -- Congresses. : Margaret of York, Simon Marmion, and the Visions of Tondal : papers delivered at a symposium organized by the Department of Manuscripts of the J. Paul Getty Museum in collaboration with the Huntington Library and Art Collections, June 21-24, 1990 / Thomas Kren, editor.
Devotional literature, Irish. : Emanuel leabhar ina bhfuil modh iarrata agus fhagala fhoirbhtheachda na beathadh riaghaltha : ar attugadh drong airighthe Sgáthan an Chrábhaidh drong oile Desiderius / ar na chur anosa a ngaoidhilg lé brathair airidhe dórd S. Fpronsias F. C.