The Good Old Cause Leslie Charles 1650 1722 : The jacobite's hopes reviv'd by our late tumults and addresses [electronic resource] : or, some necessary remarks upon a new modest pamphlet of Mr. Lesly's against the government, entituled, The good old cause: or, lying in truth, &c.
The Gospel Worthy Of All Acceptation Fuller Andrew 1754 1815 Early Works To 1800 : Observations on the Rev. Andrew Fuller's late pamphlet, entitled, "the Gospel of Christ worthy of all acceptation." [electronic resource] : In which it is attempted, farther to confirm his leading idea, viz. That "faith in Christ is the duty of all men, who hear the sound of the Gospel" By proving, That the Universal Calls and Invitations of the Gospel are founded on the Universality of Divine Love to sinful Man; and on the Death of Jesus Christ, as a Propitiation for the Sins of the whole World. In Nine Letters, to a Friend. By a lover of all mankind.
The Herd (Musical group) : Politics in a different key : popular music and changing modes of political participation / Alexander Samuel Kaiser.
The Hind And The Panther Dryden John 1631 1700 : The hind and the panther, [electronic resource] : transvers'd to the story of the country-mouse and the city-mouse. transvers'd To the Story of the Country-Mouse and the City-Mouse.
The Holy Table Name And Thing William John 1582 1650 : Tvvo looks over Lincolne, [electronic resource] : or, a view of his Holy table, name, and thing, discovering his erronious and Popish tenets and positions; and under pretence of defending the cause of religion, shamefully betraying the truth and sincerity thereof. A petition exhibited in all humility to the judgement of the most worthy defenders of the truth, the honorable House of Commons in Parliament, against the said booke, and especially 51. tenets therein. / By R. Dey, minister of the Gospell.
The Innocency Of Error Sykes Arthur Ashley 1684 1756 : A vindication of the innocency of error, [electronic resource] : &c. From the misrepresentations of the Lord Bp. of Oxford, in his late charge, and the defence of it. In a letter to his Lordship. By Arthur Ashley Sykes, M. A. Rector of Rayleigh in Essex.
The Life Of God In Soul Of Man Scougal Henry 1650 1678 Early Works To 1800 : Notes upon, and illustrations of, the treatise intitled the Life of God in the soul of man. To which is prefixed a preface taking off the material Objections lately published against that little Book. To which are subjoined, A Poem upon Prayer, with a short account of Dr. Scougal's life, &c. By a young gentleman. Entred in Stationers-Hall [electronic resource].