Coxe, Francis, : The vnfained retractation of Fraunces Cox, which he vttered at the pillery in Chepesyde, and els where, accordyng to the counsels commaundement anno. 1561. the. 25. of Iune. Beyng accused for the vse of certayne sinistral and diuelysh artes..
Winchell, Jacob, : A second letter to Mr. Isaac Backus, [electronic resource] : upon the controversy concerning the proper subjects of baptism. Containing some remarks on his reply to the author's first letter on the subject, discovering said reply to be very lame and defective, as to justice and demonstration. : Also, herein is confuted, a leading and fundamental argument of his, on which his principles do, and must depend, viz. A supposition, or assertion, that that Covenant in 17th Gen. of which circumcision was appointed as a token, is, and ought to be excluded from the New-Testament referrences, when Abraham's Covenant, and the blessings thereof, are referr'd to as being spiritual. : With a remark upon Mr. Winchell's piece. / By Israel Holly, Preacher of the Gospel in Suffield. ; [Two lines of Scripture texts]
Short vacations -- Korea (South) -- Drama. : Woman on the beach / a Bom Film production presented by Mirovision, Inc. in association with Max Venture Capital, Inc. and C & S International, Inc. ; producer, Oh Jung-wan ; written & directed by Hong Sang-soo.
Collier, Jeremy, -- Early works to 1800. : The immorality of the English pulpit : as justly subjected to the notice of the English stage, as the immorality of the stage is to that of the pulpit. In a letter to Mr. Collier. Occasion'd by the third chapter of his book entitl'd, A short view of the immorality of the English stage, &c.
Dugdale, William, : A letter in answer to a friend, upon notice of a book entituled, A short view of the late troubles in England : wherein in the VIIIth chapter the occasion of the execrable Irish rebellion XLI is egregiously mistaken.