Inspector (Ship) : Barbarian cruelty [electronic resource] : or, an accurate and impartial narrative of the unparallelled sufferings and almost incredible hardships of the British captives, belonging to the Inspector privateer, Capt. Rd. Veale, during their slavery under Muley Abdallah, Emperor of Fez and Morocco, from Jan. 1745-6, to their happy Deliverance, by the Bounty of King George II. administred by William Latton, Esq. Ambassador to Morocco, in December, 1750. Originally published by T. Troughton, of London; now republished by Timothy Le Beau, of Exeter, his fellow-sufferer, in that dreadful Captivity.
Inspiration Bible History Of Doctrines Early Works To 1800 : Falshood detected [electronic resource] : being animadversions on Mr. Paine's Letter to the Honorable Thomas Erskine, on the trial of Thomas Williams, for publishing ̀̀the Age of Reason;'' wherein His Attacks upon the Bible are examined, and Shewn to be founded in Misrepresentation and Falshood. In a letter to a friend. By John Marsom.
Inspiration Bible N T : The inspiration of the New Testament asserted and explain'd [electronic resource] : in answer to some modern writers / by C.G. La Mothe ...
Inspiration Bible O T : Some evidences of the Divine inspiration of the Scriptures of the Old Testament, from the testimony of Jesus Christ and his apostles in the New: [electronic resource] : briefly considered at the publick lecture in Harvard-College, June 24th. 1755. / By Edward Wigglesworth, D.D. and Hollisian Professor of Divinity. ; Made publick at the general desire of the college.
Inspiration Bible O T Pentateuch : A vindication of the divine authority and inspiration of the writings of the Old and New Testament [electronic resource] : in answer to a treatise lately translated out of French, entituled, Five letters concerning the inspiration of the Holy Scriptures / by William Lowth ...
Inspiration Quran Early Works To 1800 : Three treatises on the I'jāz of the Qur'ān : Qur 'anic studies and literary criticism / al-Khaṭṭābī, al-Rummānī and ʻAbd al-Qāhir al-Jurjānī ; edited by Muḥammad Khalaf-Allāh Aḥmad and Muḥammad Zaghlūl Sallām ; translated by Professor Emeritus Issa J. Boullata ; reviewed by Associate Professor Terri L. DeYoung.