Jenks, William P., -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Thomas Baumgardner vs. the Big Mountain Improvement Company, and William P. Jenks, president, and Charles W. Trotter, William A. Atlee, Thomas Shipley, and D. Clark Wharton, directors of said company [electronic resource] : S.C. in equity, July term, 1862, no. 4 : appeal from the Supreme Court at Nisi Prius.
Jenkyn, William, 1613-1685. : Neophytopresbyteros, or, The yongling elder, or, novice-presbyter. : Compiled more especially for the Christian instruction and reducement of William Jenkin, a young presbyter, lately gone astray like a lost sheep from the wayes of modesty, conscience and truth. And may indifferently serve for the better regulation of the ill governed Society of Sion Colledge. Occasioned by a late importune pamphlet, published in the name of the said William Jenkin, intituled Allotrioepiskopos; the said pamphlet containing very little in it, but what is chiefly reducible to one, or both, of those two unhappy predicaments of youth, ignorance, & arrogance. Clearly demonstrated by I.G. a servant of God and men in the glorious Gospel of Jesus Christ. Wherein also the two great questions, the one, concerning the foundation of Christian religion: the other, concerning the power of the naturall man to good supernaturall, are succinctly, yet satisfactorily discussed. With a brief answer in the close, to the frivolous exceptions made by C B. against Sion Colledge visited, in a late tri.
Jenkyn, William, 1613-1685. : Edmundi Elisii, Ecclesiæ Anglicanæ Presbyteri, ad Samuelem Parkerum, S.T.P. : Epistola tertia. : Cui accesserunt epistola ad authorem libelli cujusdam cui titulus, Dr. Stillingfleet against Dr. Stillingfleet : ac breviuscula parænesis ad authorem Celeusmatis, seu clamoris ad theologos, &c.
Jenkyn, William, 1613-1685. -- Poetry. : An Elegy on that reverend and learned minister of the Gospel, Mr. William Jenkins : who finish'd his testimony the 19th of January, 1684/5, in the goal of Newgate, where there are above fourscore dissenters still remaining : in a dialogue between sense and faith.
Jenner, Edward, 1749-1823 -- Correspondence. : Letters of Edward Jenner, and other documents concerning the early history of vaccination / edited, with a commentary and notes by Genevieve Miller ; foreword by William R. LeFanu.
Jenner, Thomas, active 1631-1656. : A serious apology for the principles & practices of the people call'd Quakers : against the malicious aspertions, erronious doctrines, and horrid blasphemies of Thomas Jenner and Timothy Taylor, in their book, entituled, Quakerism anatomiz'd and confuted, divided into two parts / by George Whitehead, and William Penn.
Jenner, Walter, 1836-1902. : Isaac Walter Jenner / Gavin Fry, Bronwyn Mahoney ; with additional text, notes and catalogue entries by Bettina MacAulay.
Jenness, Samuel, 1724-1800. : A funeral discourse, delivered at Rye, August, 1800: [electronic resource] : occasioned by the death of the following persons,--viz-- Samuel Jenness, Esq. aged 76. The widow Catharine Elkins, aged 91 and Miss Apphia Rand, aged 16. --Who deceased within a few days of each other.-- / By Huntington Porter, A.M. Pastor of the Church of Christ at Rye.
Jenney, Robert, 1687?-1762. : The last summons. [electronic resource] : A sermon preached in Christ-Church, Philadelphia; on Sunday, January 10, 1762. At the funeral of the Rev. Robert Jenney, L.L.D. Rector of the said church. / By William Smith, D.D. provost of the College and Academy of Philadelphia.
Jennings, Calvin, 1793- -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Decision of the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts, in a case relating to the sacramental furniture of a church in Brookfield : with the entire arguments of Hon. Samuel Hoar, Jun. for the plaintiff, and of Hon. Lewis Strong for the defendant.
Jennings, Calvin, b. 1793 -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Decision of the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts, in a case relating to the sacramental furniture of a church in Brookfield [electronic resource] : with the entire arguments of Hon. Samuel Hoar, Jun. for the plaintiff, and of Hon. Lewis Strong for the defendant.