Second language acquisition -- Technological innovations. : Applications of CALL theory in ESL and EFL environments / [edited by] James Perren (Alliant International University, USA), Ken Kelch (Alliant International University, USA), Jin-suk Byun (Alliant International University, USA), Seth Cervantes (Alliant International University, USA), Setareh Safavi (Alliant International University, USA).
Beckwith, George, : A letter, occasioned by Mr. Beckwith's Second letter, upon the subject of lay-ordination: [electronic resource] : in which the following heads are briefly spoken to, viz. I. The controversy truly stated. II. Notice is taken of the principal exceptions, and heaviest objections of Mr. Beckwith's, against the pamphlet, entitled, "A word in Zion's behalf," &c. And by examining of which, his exceptions and objections are shewn to be groundless. III. Some further remarks upon what Mr. Beckwith has wrote upon the subject. / By Israel Holly, Pastor of a Congregational church in Suffield. ; [Six lines of quotations]
White, John, : A letter to Mr. Samuel Chandler; being a vindication of some passages in the Three letters to a gentleman dissenting from the Church of England, and the Appendix to the Third of those Letters concerning Subscription. Against his reflections in his late book, entitled, The case of subscription to explanatory articles of faith, as a Qualification for Admission into the Christian Ministry. With Some Considerations upon the Speech (therein published) of John Alphonso Turretine, previous to the Abolition of all Subscriptions at Geneva. By John White, B. D. Sometime Fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge.
Holly, Israel, : A short treatise, in favour of the Baptists: [electronic resource] : in a letter to Mr. Israel Holly, occasioned by his late reply to Mr. Isaac Backus, who wrote in favour of the Baptist principles. / By Jacob Winchell.
Priestley, Joseph, : Remarks upon Dr. Priestley's second letters to the Archdeacon of St. Alban's : with Proofs of certain Facts asserted by the Archdeacon.
Wesley, John, : The bishop of Exeter's answer to Mr. J. Wesley's late letter to His Lordship.
Snape, Andrew, -- Early works to 1800. : Farther remarks on the Reverend Dr. Snape's second letter to the Right Reverend the Lord Bishop of Bangor. : Shewing that his lordship's sermon has advanc'd no new doctrine, particularly in relation to the proper sanctions of Christ's Laws; but that the same has been before taught, by Mr. Mede, Mr. Hales, Dr. Barrow, Archbishop Tillotson, Bishop Blackall, Dr. Sydall, Dr. Sherlock, and other eminent and learned divines of the Church of England. To which is added, an appendix. Being a full answer to Mr. Law's letter to the Right Reverend the Lord Bishop of Bangor, so far as it relates to his lordship's preservative against the principles and practices of the Nonjurors. By the Author of The former remarks.
Snape, Andrew, -- Early works to 1800. : Remarks on the Reverend Dr. Snape's second letter to the Right Reverend the Lord Bishop of Bangor. : With some reflections on Dr. Sherlock's answer to a letter, &c.