Simeon -- Poetry -- Early works to 1800. : Asmata tes Marias, tes hagias parthenu, kai Zachariu, kai Simeonos, stichios heroikois hellenikos perieilemmena, = Cantica Mariae Virginis, Zachariae et Simeonis, Carmine Græco heroico reddita ... / autore Nicolao Laurentio Ripensi.
Simeon Draper, -- Trials, litigation, etc. : People &c., on the relation of Fernando Wood, appellants, vs. Simeon Draper, James Bowen, James W, Nye, Jacob Cholwell and James S.T. Stranahan, respondents [electronic resource] : respondents' points.
Simeon, -approximately 1130. : Libellus de exordio atque procursu istius, hoc est Dunhelmensis, ecclesie = Tract on the origins and progress of this the Church of Durham / Symeon of Durham / edited and translated by David Rollason.
Simeon, : Simon the High Priest in Sirach 50 [electronic resource] : an exegetical study of the significance of Simon the High Priest as climax to the Praise of the fathers in Ben Sira's concept of the history of Israel / by Otto Mulder.
[Simes, William] -- Early works to 1800. : Dreadful warnings : With Seasonable Advice to Atheists and Blasphemers of God's Holy Name. I. Giving an account, how one Mr. William Simes of Wapping, a Gentleman of good Parentage, and great Learning, falling into the Company of two Lewd Debauch'd Atheists, from Drunkenness, Swearing & Uncleanness, he fell to denying the being of a God, no Devil, Heaven or Hell, or any future State after this Life: and how being in a drunken debauch, was struck seemingly dead for four & twenty hours: When he came to himself; at the sight & horrour of his Sins he became a true Penitent, declaring the dreadful thing he had seen of God's severe Judgments against Sins ners; by which he converted his two Wicked-Companions before he dy'd. II. His Funeral Sermon, &c. III. A sad Example of a profane blaspheming Wretch who was torn to pieces by the Devil, with the miserable End of his two Companions. IV. How a rich Man being cruel to the poor, & blaspheming God, was struck with Madness, Howling, & Barking like a dog, till he died miserably, &c.