Price, Richard, 1723-1791. : The test laws defended. : A sermon preached at St. Phillip's Church in Birmingham, on Sunday, January the 3d, 1790. With a preface containing remarks on Dr. Price's Revolution sermon, and other publications. By George Croft, D. D. Late Fellow Of University College, Vicar Of Amcliffe, Master Of The Grammar School In Breewood, And Chaplain To The Earl Of Elgin.
Price, Richard, 1723-1791. : The bible and the sword : or, the appointment of the general fast vindicated: in an address to the common people, concerning the propriety of repressing obstinate licentiousness with the sword, and of fasting when the sword is drawn for that purpose.
Price, Richard, 1723-1791. : Remarks upon Dr. Price's appeal to the public, on the subject of the national debt. Addressed to the author.
Price, Richard, 1723-1791. -- Early works to 1800. : A compleat answer to Mr Wesley's observations, upon Dr. Price's essay on civil liberty. : Wherein the fatalism and infidelity of Mr Wesley's principles are confuted, and their dangerous tendency, with respect to all civil government, are pointed out. By a gentleman of Northumberland.
Price, Richard, 1723-1791. : Remarks on Dr. Price's observations on reversionary payments, &c. particularly on the national debt; and his proposed method for discharging the same. To which is added, a scheme for the making a sure provision for the posterity of private persons, at an easy Expence. In a letter to a friend of the doctor's.
Price, Richard, 1723-1791. : Reflections on The observations on the importance of the American Revolution, and the means of making it a benefit to the world. By Richard Price, D.D. L.L.D. [electronic resource] / Translated from the French of the Count de Mirabeau.
Price, Roger, -- Early works to 1800. : An ansvver to the case of Roger Price, Esq; and to the reasons offered for setling his wife a joynture out of the mannor of Westbury : in the county of Bucks) humbly offered to the consideration of the Parliament, by Mr. George Price, the second son, Mr. Edward Price. Mrs. Ann Price, and Mrs. Rebecca Brandreth, the sons and daughters of Roger Price, Esq; deceased.
Price stabilization, Governmental -- See Price regulation --subdivision Prices--Law and legislation under individual products and other objects; also subdivision Prices--Law and legislation under industries where one general subject heading for the products of that industry is lacking, e.g. Construction industry--Prices--Law and legislation
Price stabilization, Industrial -- See Price maintenance --subdivision Prices under individual commodities
Price, Theodore, 1570?-1631. : Puritanisme the mother, sinne the daughter, 1633 / B.C. A quartron of reasons of Catholike religion, 1600 / Thomas Hill.
Price, Theodore, 1570?-1631. -- Early works to 1800. : Puritanisme the mother, sinne the daughter. Or a treatise, wherein is demonstrated from twenty seuerall doctrines, and positions of Puritanisme; that the fayth and religion of the Puritans, doth forcibly induce its professours to the perpetrating of sinne, and doth warrant the committing of the same. Written by a Catholic priest, vpon occasion of certaine late most execrable actions of some Puritans, expressed in the page following. Heerunto is added (as an appendix) a funerall discourse touching the late different deathes of two most eminent Protestant deuines; to wit Doctour Price Deane of Hereford, and Doctour Butts Vice-Chancellour of Cambridge. By the same authour.
Price, Thomas H., 1773-1816. : The acceptable year of the Lord, or The jubilee of the Gospel; [electronic resource] : a sermon, preached on James' Island, June 12, 1799, at the ordination of the Rev. Thomas H. Price, to the pastoral charge of the Presbyterian Church on said island. / By the Rev. Daniel M'Calla, A.M. Pastor of the Independent or Congregational Church, in the parish of Christ-Church. ; To which is added a charge, delivered on the same occasion, by the Rev. Dr. Hollinshead.