Fuller, Richard, 1804-1876. : A brief examination of Scripture testimony on the institution of slavery : in an essay, first published in the Religious Herald, and republished by request : with remarks on a letter of Elder Galusha, of New York, to Dr. R. Fuller, of South Carolina / by Thornton Stringfellow.
Fuller, Robert, b. 1795? : An account of the imprisonment and sufferings of Robert Fuller, of Cambridge [electronic resource] : who, while peaceably and quietly and rationally in possession of his own house, was seized and detained in the McLean Asylum for the Insane, at Charlestown, Mass., 65 days, from June 24th, to August 28th, 1832 : together with some remarks on that institution.
Fuller, Robert, d. 1743 -- Trials, litigation, etc. : The Complete Newgate calendar [electronic resource] : being Captain Charles Johnson's general history of the lives and adventures of the most famous highwaymen, murderers, street-robbers and account of the voyages and plunders of the most notorious pyrates, 1734, Captain Alexander Smith's compleat [i.e., compleate] history of the lives and robberies of the most notorious highwaymen, foot-pads, shop-lists and cheats, 1719, the Tyburn chronicle, 1768, the malefactors' register, 1796, George Borrow's celebrated trials, 1825, the Newgate calendar, by Andrew Knapp and William Baldwin, 1826, Camden Pelham's Chronicles of crime, 1841, etc. / collated and edited with an appendix by G.T. Crook.
Fuller, Thomas, 1608-1661. -- Early works to 1800. : Certamen epistolare, or, The letter-combate. / Managed by Peter Heylyn, D.D. with 1. Mr. Baxter of Kederminster. 2. Dr. Barnard of Grays-Inne. 3. Mr. Hickman of Mag. C. Oxon. And 4. J.H. of the city of Westminster Esq; With 5. An appendix to the same, in answer to some passages in Mr. Fullers late Appeal.
Fuller, Thomas, 1608-1661. : Examinations, or, A discovery of some dangerous positions delivered in A sermon of reformation : preached in the church of the Savoy last fast day July 26 by Tho. Fuller, B.D. and since printed / by Iohn Saltmarsh ...
Fuller, Thomas, 1608-1661. -- Early works to 1800. : Truth maintained, or Positions delivered in a sermon at the Savoy: since traduced for dangerous: now asserted for sound and safe. By Thomas Fuller, B.D. late of Sidney Colledge in Cambridge. The particulars are these. I That the doctrine of the impossibility of a churches perfection, in this world, being wel understood, begets not lazinesse but the more industry in wise reformers. II That the Church of England cannot justly be taxed with superstitious innovations. III How farre private Christians, ministers, and subordinate magistrates, are to concurre to the advancing of a publique reformation. IIII What parts therein are only to be acted by the Supreme power. V Of the progresse, and praise of passive obedience. VI That no extraordinary excitations, incitations, or inspirations are bestowed from God, on men in these dayes. VII That it is utterly unlawfull to give any just offence to the papist, or to any men whatsoever. VIII What advantage the Fathers had of us, in learning and religion, and what we have of them. IX That no new light, or new essentiall trut.
Fuller, Timothy, 1739-1805. : Remarks on that part of the Strictures on the Rev. Mr. Thacher's pamphlet, which relates to the controversy between Mr. Fuller and the people of Princeton, [electronic resource] : with a concise narrative of said controversy. / By Timothy Fuller, A.M. Pastor of the Church in Princeton. ; [Three lines of quotations]
Fuller, William, 1579 or 1580-1659. -- Trials, litigation, etc. : The petition and articles exhibited in Parliament against Dr. Fvller, deane of Ely and vicar of S. Giles Cripple-gate : with the petition exhibited in Parliament against Timothy Hutton, curate of the said parish by the parishioners of Saint Giles : wherein are discovered many popish innovations and disservice to the church and placing such to officiate who preferre the play-house and the taverne before the performance of their office in the church, as may appeare by the said articles.
Fuller, William, 1579 or 1580-1659. -- Trials, litigation, etc. -- Early works to 1800. : The petition and articles exhibited in Parliament against Dr Fuller, Deane of Ely, and vicar of S. Giles Cripple-gate. : With the petition exhibited in Parliament against Timothy Hutton, curate of the said parish, by the parishioners of Saint Giles. Wherein are discovered many Popish innovations, and disservice to the Church, and placing such to officiate, who preferre the play-house and the taverne before the performance of their office in the Church, as may appeare by the said articles.
Fuller, William, 1608-1675. : Of the rule of faith : a sermon at the visitation of the Right Reverend Father in God, William Lord Bishop of Lincolne, holden at Bedford August 5, 1674 / by William Jackson ...
Fuller, William, 1670-1733. : The truest account of Mr. Fuller's discovery of the true mother of the pretended Prince of Wales, born the 10th June, 1688 / by a person of quality.
Fuller, William, 1670-1733. -- Early works to 1800. : The life of Wm. Fuller : alias Fullee, alias Fowler, alias Ellison, &c. by original, a butcher's son; by Education, a Coney-Wool-Cutter; by Inclination, an Evidence; by Vote of Parliament, an Impostor; by Title of his own making, a Colonel; and by his own Demerits, now a Prisoner at large belonging to the Fleet. The first and second part. .
Fuller, William, 1670-1733. : Right to those that suffer wrong : or, a full confutation Of the Assertions of that grand impostor Fuller, al' Fullee, al' Fouler, al' Elleson, al'-&c. concerning the birth of the pretended Prince of Wales.