Drayton, Stephen, 1736-1810. : An appeal to the people, on the conduct of a certain public body in South-Carolina, respecting Col. Drayton and Col. Moultrie. [electronic resource] / By Alexander Moultrie. ; [Three lines from the Constitution of South Carolina]
Drayton, Thomas, -1658? : A vindication of the Orthodoxe Protestant doctrine against the innovations of Dr. Drayton and Mr. Parker, domestique chaplain to the Right Honourable the E. of Pembroke, in the following positions.
Drayton, Thomas, -1658?. -- Early works to 1800. : Goliahs head cut off with his own sword; : in a combat betwixt little David, the young stripling, who stands in the power and strength of his God, and great Goliah the proud boaster, who stands in his own strength, glorifying in the arm of flesh, and contemning and despising little David, because of his youth. In a reply to a book, set forth by an un-named author, under pretence of an answer to thirty six queries, propounded by James Parnell, whom he in scorn calls, the young Quaker. And also an answer to severall counter-queries, propounded by the same unnamed authour, whom I understand to be one Thomas Draton, a teacher of the world, at Abbey Rippon, in Huntingtonshire, ... and also he that takes his part, who writes himself W.P. who knowes not the power of God, and therefore glories in the length of time, and the multitude of years. .. / Given forth from the spirit of the Lord in the behalf of Israel against the armies of the aliens, who muster up themselves against the Lord, and his authority: by a friend to the common-wealth of Israel, who is known to t..
Drayton, Thomas, -1658? -- Early works to 1800. : A revindication set forth by William Parker, in the behalfe of Dr. Drayton deceased, and himself : of the possibility of a total mortification of sin in this life: and, of the saints perfect obedience to the law of God: to be the orthodox Protestant doctrine, and no innovations (as they are falsly charged to be) of Dr. Drayton and W. Parker; in an illogicall vindication, wherein the necessity of sins remaining in the best saints as long as they live, and the impossibility of perfect obedience to the law of God, is ignorantly and perversly avouched to to be the orthodox Protestant doctrine; by one who subscribeth his name John Tendring...
Nalton, James, 1600-1662. : The priests routed in their front-guard of tythes. Or an answer to a paper brought in Mr. Naltons name (teacher of Leonard Fosterlane) to some of the inhabitants of that place. Intituled the dreadfull danger of sacriledge, the with-holding of tythes,&c. A true copy whereof is herewith printed. By the shoemaker of Martins Legrand.
Dream interpretation -- Poetry -- Early works to 1800. : Oniropolus, or dreams interpreter. Being several aphorisms upon the physiognomy of dreams made into verse. Some of which receive a general interpretation: and others of them have respect to the course of the moon in the zodiack. To which is added several physiognomical characters of persons of different humours and inclinations. After which follows the praise of ale. And lastly, the wheel of fortune, or Pithagoras wheel.
Hood, Thomas, 1799-1845. -- Early works to 1800. : The trial of Eugene Aram for the murder of Daniel Clark, of Knaresbrough [electronic resource] : who was convicted at York Assizes, August 5, 1759 : to which are added the remarkable defence he made on his trial : his own account of himself written after his condemnation : with the apology, which he left in his cell for the attempt he made on his own life : also, "The dream of Eugene Aram," a poem / by Thomas Hood.