Griffith, David, 1742-1789. : Two sermons, delivered in Christ-Church, Philadelphia, [electronic resource] : before the General Convention of the Protestant Episcopal Church of the states of New-York, New-Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, and South-Carolina;--viz. Serm. I. On Wednesday, July 29, 1789, at the opening of the said convention. Serm. II. On Tuesday, August 4, 1789, at the funeral of the Rev. David Griffith, D.D. late Bishop-elect of the said church, in the state of Virginia. / By William Smith, D.D. provost of the College and Academy of Philadelphia. ; Both sermons published at the request and by order of the convention.
Griffith, Evans and Company -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Before the Canal Appraisers of the state of New York, in the matter of the claims for damages suffered by reason of the breaking away of the North Lake Reservoir on the Black River ag'st the state of New York [electronic resource].
Griffith, Francis John. : [Papers of the Scott family and the North China and Shantung Mission [electronic resource] : PPMS 49], 1893-1940.
Griffith, George, 1601-1666. : A Welsh narrative, corrected, and taught to speak true English, and some Latine. Or, Animadversions on an imperfect relation in the perfect diurnall : Numb. 138. Aug.2. 1652. Containing a narration of the disputation between Dr Griffith and Mr Vavasor Powell, neer New-Chappell in Mountgomery-shire, July 23. 1652.
Griffith, John, 1622?-1700. : The fiery darts of the divel quenched; or, Something in answer to a book called, a second beacon fired : presented to the Lord Protector, and the Parliament, and subscribed by Luke Fawne, John Rothwel, Samuel Gellibrand, Thomas Underhill, Joshua Kirton, Nathaniel Web. Wherin, their lies and slanders are made manifest against the innocent, and those books which have been published by them they call Quakers, owned and vindicated, and all the rest which is in that book disowned, and their deceite laid open; how they have perverted the truth and our words in those books which they cry out of as blasphemy, that the truth may not suffer under the reproach of the heathen. / By one who is a witnesse for the truth against Gog and Magog, called after the flesh, Francis Howgil. Also something in answer to a booke called a voice from the Word of the Lord, by one John Griffith, against us, whom the world calls Quakers, wherein his false accusations is denied, and he proved to be a slanderer, and the truth cleared from his scandals. By one who is a witnesse against the de.
Griffith, John, 1622?-1700. -- Early works to 1800. : The Holy Scriptures from scandals are cleared. Or An answer to a book set forth by the baptizers; to wit, Henry Hagger and Thomas Pollard, entituled, The Holy Scriptures clearing it self of scandals: but is scandalled or perverted, and so scandalized by them, as in this answer to theirs will further appear, so by them entituled, or bearing the title of an Answer to a book written by Richard Farnsworth, called, Truth cleared, or Truth lifting up its head above scandals: occasioned by a dispute at Harliston in Staffordshire, between Richard Farnsworth and Thomas Pallard, in the year, 1654. Also here is in this, the heads of an order, or late act made at Coventry, by the baptized people there, ... And something here is, in answer to a false prophet, called John Griffith, set out by him and several others, in a false prophesie or book, bearing the title of True Gospel faith, collected into 30 articles: or in the middle part called, A voice from the Word of the Lord, .. / Written by a servant of the Lord, in the sixth moneth, 1655. by R.F..
Griffith, John, 1714-1798. -- Early works to 1800. : A brand plucked out of the fire : exemplified in the experience of John Griffith, Late Pastor to a Church of Christ, Meeting in Red - Cross - Street, London. Containing, an account of his conversion, Call to the Ministry, Confession of his Faith, and some Hints relating to the unjust Proceedings of the abovesaid Church towards him.
Griffith, John, active 1648-1659. : A vindication or justification of John Griffith, Esq. : Against the horrid, malitious, and unconscionable verdict of the coroners iury in Cheshire : vvhich was packt by the means of that pocky, rotten, lying, cowardly, and most perfidious knave, Sir Hugh Caulveley Knight, onely to vent his inveterate hatred and malice against me.
Griffith, John, : A vindication of my Lord Windsor's late proceedings with Mr. John Griffith : occasioned by his vain aspersions. / And undertaken by an unknown servant of his Lordship.
Griffith, Matthew, 1599?-1665. -- Early works to 1800. : A just correction and inlargement of a scandalous bill of the mortality of the malignant clergie of London, and other parts of the kingdome, which have been justly sequestred from their pastorall-charges, and since that (some of them) defunct, by reason of the contageous infection of the prelaticall pride and malignancie of their owne spirits; since the yeare 1641. to this present year 1647. Together with the severall pernicious casualties of the same. Or, A succinct traiterologie : in answer to a lying martyrologie, and catalogue of the gracelesse, and godlesse, lazy Levites, and proud prelaticall priests of the City of London, and beyond the liberties thereof, who have been justly imprisoned and deprived of their estates ... Serving for London, especially, and the liberties thereof, with the out-parishes; together with most parts of the whole kingdome, both city and country. / By J:V.