Barbon, Nicholas, : Decus & tutamen, or, Our new money as now coined in full weight and fineness : proved to be for the honour, safety and advantage of England, written by way of answer to Sir Richard Temple and Dr. Barbon ; to which is added an essay to preserve our new money from being hoarded, melted down, transported or counterfeited.
Clarkson, David, : A scholastical history of the primitive and general use of liturgies in the Christian church : together with an answer to Mr. Dav. Clarkson's late discourse concerning liturgies / by Tho. Comber ...
Gauden, John, : The bishop busied beside the business, or, That eminent overseer, Dr. John Gauden, Bishop of Exeter, so eminently overseen as to wound his own cause well nigh to death with his own weapon : in his late so super-eminently-applauded appearance for the [brace] liberty of tender consciences, legitimacy of solemn swearings, entituled, A discourse concerning publick oaths, and the lawfulness of swearing in judicial proceedings, in order to answer the scruples of the Quakers ... / by Samuel Fisher ...
Clarke, Samuel, : Remarks upon Mr. Clarke's sermons, preached at St. Paul's against Hobbs, Spinoza, and other atheists. Wherein 'tis Demonstrated: I. That Mr. C. by the Sceptical Hypothesis he imploys, Absolutely cuts off all Possible Means of Knowing the Nature, or of Proving the Existence of the One Only True God, against Hobbs, Spinoza, or any other Atheists whatever. II. That in Reference to God, or Spirits, he reduces Humane Understanding, to the most Incurable State of Scepticism. These Two Particulars are Handl'd and Prov'd Geometrically. III. The Reasons are produced which convince the Author of this Paper, that those Sermons do rather Establish than Destroy, do rather Confirm than Confute Spinoza's Hypothesis.
R. H., : An answer to a discourse concerning the celibacy of the clergy / by George Tully ...