Foster home care -- Victoria -- Case studies. : Getting off the roundabout : troubled children moving through the care system : a research report on challenging behaviours and multiple placements of children in out-of-home care for UnitingCare Connectons / by Gaye Mitchell ... [et al.].
Foster, Isaac, 1725-1807 -- Early works to 1800. : Heresy, detected and exposed, [electronic resource] : in a brief narration of the unhappy disputes that have arisen, in the Second Society in Stafford, with the judgments of several councils that have been called; their unanimity and agreement in reprobating certain singular tenets adopted by the Rev. Isaac Foster. Published for the benefit of the curious and inquisitive. By David S. Rowland, and Theodore Hinsdale. At the desire and request of the Association of this district. [Ten lines of quotations] .
Foster, Isaac, 1725-1807. Faithful preacher of the Gospel described. : The difference between those called standing churches, and those called strict Congregationalists illustrated, [electronic resource] : in some remarks, upon a charge, and right-hand of fellowship. Delivered at the ordination of Mr. Emerson Foster, in the First Society in Killingly, January 22, 1778. : Together, with a short account of the sentiments of Strict Congregational churches, so far as it respects gathering churches and church government. / By Eliphalet Wright, Pastor of a Congregational Church in the Fourth Society in said Killingly. ; [Two lines of Scripture text]
Foster, James, 1697-1753. Account of the apparition of the late Lord Kilmarnock ... : An account of the behaviour of the late Earl of Kilmarnock, [electronic resource] : after his sentence, and to the time of his execution, which was on August 18. 1746. / By James Foster. ; With an appendix, containing several authentic papers. N.B. Mr. Foster was the minister who at the desire of the Earl of Kilmarnock attended his Lordship to assist him in his preparations for another world, and it is the same Rev. gentleman to whom (according to a pamphlet published in London and Boston) the said Earl appeared after his execution: he is said to be one of the most celebrated preachers in England, his lectures are attended by great numbers of people, especially of the nobility, gentry, Bishops and others of the clergy of all denominations, though a dissenter from the establish'd Church.
Foster, James, 1697-1753 -- Early works to 1800. : An idea of Christian communion and Christian discipline. [electronic resource] : To which is added, an appendix: containing short observations on Mr. Killingworth's answer to a letter from Philocatholicus, in defence of the late Rev. Dr. James Foster's sermon of Catholic communion.
Foster, James, 1697-1753. Essay on fundamentals ... With an appendix, concerning the true import of the phrase Son of God. : An impartial view of the principal difficulties that affect the Trinitarian, or clog the Arian, scheme. Wherein, among other things, that important Quare, whether Our Lord is to be worship'd as Mediator, is fairly discussed. And The Tendency of each Doctrine, to heighten Morality, and promote the Life, Purity, and Beauty of Religion, fully consider'd, &c. Containing an answer to Mr. Forster's Appendix, &c. and to a pamphlet, entituled, The unity of God not inconsistent with the divinity of Christ. As also some remarks on the reply to Dr. Waterland. With An Introduction concerning the true State of the Controversy. In a Letter to a Friend. By Joseph Pyke [electronic resource].
Foster, James, 1697-1753. Of catholic communion. : An answer to the defence of the Reverend Dr. Foster's Sermon of Catholic communion. [electronic resource] : In which the author of the Examination is clearly vindicated from the aspersions of Philocatholicus. By Grantham Killingworth.
Foster, James, 1697-1753. Scripture doctrine of justification explained. : The true scripture doctrine of justification [electronic resource] : in answer to the Reverend Mr. James Foster's sermon, On Rom. X. ver. 3. entitled, The scripture doctrine of justification. Wherein his Sense of his Text is considered and confuted, all his Objections clearly and fully answered and exploded, and the true Scripture Doctrine superabundantly confirmed. By David Millar, A.M.
Foster, James. Sermon on Catholic communion. : An examination of the Revd. Dr. James Foster's Sermon on Catholic communion, as published in his first volume of discourses on natural religion and social virtue. With an address to the Doctor. Also an appendix in answer to a late pamphlet, intitled, Infant baptism a reasonable service [electronic resource].
Foster, James, -- Trials, litigation, etc. : James Foster and Pleasants Elam, vs. David Neilson, petitioners and appellants, argument for the defendant, respondent and appellee [electronic resource] : appeal from the District Court of Lousiana.
Foster, Jedediah, 1726-1779 -- Early works to 1800. : The character and blessedness of a diligent and faithful servant [electronic resource] : a sermon delivered at Brookfield, October 19, 1779, at the funeral of the Honorable Jedidiah Foster, Esquire, on the the justices of the Superior Court in the state of Massachusetts; who died October 17, 1779, aetat. 53. By Nathan Fiske, A.M. Pastor of the Third Church in Brookfield. [Five lines from Matthew].
Foster, John. : To the public. [electronic resource] : Injustice, under whatever form it makes it's appearance, ought to be detected and punished. But when the authority of an office is made use of to oppress the poor ...
Foster, John, 1648-1681. : A funeral elegy, dedicated to the memory of his worthy friend, the learned & religious Mr. John Foster; [electronic resource] : who deceased in Dorchester, the 9th. of September. 1681.