Righteousness -- Sermons -- Early works to 1800. : Humilis confessio: the saints united confession, in disparagement of their own righteousness [electronic resource] : A sermon preach'd (summarily) at the Tuesday-evening lecture in Brattle-Street, Boston, Jan. 30. 1749,50. Representing the commonly receiv'd Protestant sense & use of two Scripture-passages, which depreciate all our personal righteousness, under the comparison of filthy rags, and of despicable dung. In opposition to popish abuse and calumny. By Thomas Foxcroft, M.A. One of the Pastors of the Old Church in Boston. [Ten lines of quotations].
Righton, George -- Early works to 1800. : The case of George Righton, Gent. Late Captain-Lieutenant to the Colonel's company in the regiment of marines, commanded by the right honourable the Lord Viscount Shannon. [electronic resource].
Rights Of The Bishops To Judge In Capital Cases In Parliament Cleared Barlow Thomas 1607 1691 : Lord Hollis, his remains : being a second letter to a friend, concerning the judicature of the bishops in Parliament, in the vindication of what he wrote in his first, and in answer to a book since published against it entituled The rights of the bishop to judge in capital cases in Parliament cleared, &c. : it contains likewise part of his intended answer to a second tractate entituled The grand question touching the bishops right to vote in Parliament, stated and argued : to which are added considerations, in answer to the learned author of the Grand question, &c., by another hand : and reflections upon some passages in Mr. Hunt's argument upon that subject, &c., by a third.
Rights Of The Bishops To Judge In Capital Cases In Parliament Cleared Hunt Thomas 1627 1688 : Lord Hollis, his remains [electronic resource] : being a second letter to a friend, concerning the judicature of the bishops in Parliament, in the vindication of what he wrote in his first : and in answer to ... The rights of the bishops to judge in capital cases in Parliament, cleared, &c. : it contains likewise part of his intended answer to a second tractate, entituled, The grand question touching the bishops right to vote in Parliament, stated and argued : to which are added Considerations, in answer to the learned author of The grand question, &c., by another hand : and reflections upon some passages in Mr. Hunt's Argument upon that subject, &c., by a third.
Rights Of The Christian Church Asserted Tindad Matthew 1653 1733 : A vindication of the rights and privileges of the Christian church. [electronic resource] : In which are Defended The Divine Charter of its Incorporation. The Divine Institution of its Ministry. Its Authority in Ordination, Discipline and Censures. And the Consistency of all these with the Supremacy of the Civil Magistrate. In answer to a late book intitul'd The rights of the Christian Church asserted, &c. By John Turner, D. D. Vicar of Greenwich, and Chaplain to the Right Honourable the Earl of Scarbrough.
Rights Powers And Priviledges Atterbury Francis 1662 1732 : A letter to the Reverend Dr. White Kennet, [electronic resource] : D.D. In Defence of The English Historical Library: against The Unmannerly and Slanderous Objections of Mr. Francis Atterbury, Preacher at the rolls, In his New Theory of the Rights, Powers and Priviledges of an English Convocation. By W. Nicolson, Arch-Deacon of Carlile.
Rights, Water -- See Water rights --subdivision Water rights under names of individual bodies of water
Rights Women Africa North : Le Travail des Maghrébines: l'autre enjeu; situation économique et sociale differenciée selon le genre au Maghreb./ Ce rapport a été élaboré par Souad Triki (Tunisie), Imane Hayef (Algérie), Michèle Zirari (Maroc), sous la coordination de Malika Horchani (Tunisie), Rabéa Naciri (Maroc), Jamila Seftaoui (GTZ).