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The Lord's prayer: or, A new attempt to recover the right version, and genuine meaning, of that prayer. / [electronic resource] / By Samuel Mather, A.M. Pastor of a church in Boston, New-England. ; [Sixteen lines of quotations in Latin]  1766 1
The Lord's prayer: or, A new attempt to recover the right version, and genuine meaning, of that prayer : By Samuel Mather, A.M. Pastor of a church in Boston, New-England. [Sixteen lines of quotations in Latin].   1766 1
Lords Prayer, pleading for better entertainment.   1643 1
Lords prayer, pleading for better entertainment in the Church of England.   1643 1
Lord's prayer. Polyglot.   6
Lord's prayer. Polyglot. 1994.   1994 1
The Lord's prayer : song dedicated by permission to General Douglas MacArthur / music by Lilian Richardson.  1949? 1
Lord's prayer ; St. Luke X, 27 ; Apostles' Creed.   2
The Lord's prayer ; The beatitudes / St. Gregory of Nyssa ; translated and annotated by Hilda C. Graef.  1954 1
Lords Prayer, the Creed, and the Ten commandments in the Saxon and English tongue.   2
Lord's Prayer, the Seven Deadly Sins, and Playing Against Evil / 22 --3  2004 1
The Lord's prayer : two settings for the school assembly / first setting, Granville Bantock ; arranged by King Palmer ; second setting, Henry Tolhurst.  1961 1
The Lords Prayer unclasped: with a vindication of it, against all [brace] schismatics. Hereticks, cal'd [brace] enthusiasts. Fratra cilli. / By James Harwood, B.D.  1654 1
The Lord's prayer : with hymns and illustrations for little children.   1870 1
The Lords property in His redeemed people. : Opened in a sermon at St. Pauls Church, London, Octob. 28. / By Edward Reynolds, D.D. and chaplain in ordinary to the Kings Majesty. Printed by the order of the Lord Mayor and court of aldermen.  1660 1
The lords protest against an act : for Repealing certain Duties upon Spiritous Liquors, and on Licences for retailing the same, and for laying other Duties on Spiritous Liquors, and on Licences to retail the said Liquors. Die Veneris 25 Februarii, 17   1743 1
The Lords protest against the Bill, entitled, An act for taking away and abolishing the heretable jurisdictions in that part of Great Britain called Scotland, and and for making Satisfaction to the Proprietors thereof, and for restoring such Jurisdic   1747 1
The lords protest against the Habeas Corpus Act. Die Jouis 11. Octobris, 1722. : The amendments in the 16th and 17th lines of the bill sorsuspending the Habeas Corpus Act, in relation to the time of the continuance of the said bill, was read a second   1722 1
The Lords protest. Die Jovis, 26o Feb. 1740 : The order of the day being read for the second reading of the Bill entituled "An Act for the better securing the freedom of Parliaments by limiting the number of officers in the House of Commons...   1740 1
The Lords protest. Die Jovis 28 Jan. 1741. The order of the day being read for resuming the adjourned debate, which arose yesterday, upon a motion then made in the words following, viz.   1741 1
The Lords protest. Die Veneris 13 Feb. 1740.   1741 1
The Lords protest. Die Veneris, 25ebruarii, 1742. Hodie 3tia. vice lecta est billa, entitled, An act for repealing certain duties upon spirituous liquors, and on licences for retailing the same; and for laying other duties on spirituous liquor   1743 1
The lords protest, February 3. 1740-1.   1741 1
The lords protest, February 26. 1740-1.   1741 1
The lords protest in the last session of Parliament, on the bill for indemnifying persons who have been guilty of unlawful importing goods and merchandize into this Kingdom, upon the Terms therein mentioned, and for inforcing the Laws against such Im   1736 1
The lords protest May 25, 1742, on the bill intitled, An act for indemnifying such persons as shall upon examination, make discoveries touching the disposition of publick money, or concerning the Disposition of Offices, or any Payments or Agreements   1742 1
The lords protest : November 18, 1740. To which is added, Considerations upon the Embargo laid on Provision of Victual. .   1740 1
The lords protest, November 18, 1740. To which is added, considerations upon the embargo laid on provision of victual. Also the protests of Dec. 8. and 9. Jan. 28. and Feb. 3.   4
The lords protest on a motion for the House to be put into a committee upon the Bill, intitled, An act to make it high treason to hold correspondence with the sons of the Pretender to His Majesty's Crown.   1744 1
The lords protest on a motion, that it is the opinion of this house, that the continuing the sixteen thousand Hanoverians in the pay of Great Britain is prejudicial to the true interest of His Majesty : useless to the common cause, and dangerous to t   2
The Lords protest on a motion to address His Majesty for the keeping our forces at home, till the Dutch has declared war against France. Die Veneris 2do Maij, 1746.   1746 1
The Lords protest on a motion to address His Majesty, that His Majesty will be most graciously pleased to give orders that the 16,000 Hanoverians, now in the pay of Great Britain, be no longer continued in the service of this nation after the 25th of   1743 1
The Lords protest on a motion to address His Majesty, that His Majesty will be most grciously pleased to give orders, that the 16,000 Hanoverians, now in the pay of Great Britain, be no longer continued in the service of this nation, ... Die Veneris   1743 1
The lords protest on a motion : to address His Majesty, To Exonerate his Subjects of the Charge and Burthen of those Foreign Troops, which were taken into our Service last Year, without the Advice or Consent of Parliament. To which is Added, a list o   1743 1
The Lords protest on the bill entitled, An act for indemnifying such persons as shall, upon examination, make discoveries, &c. Die Martis 25 Maii, 1742.   1742? 1
The Lords protest on the motion to address His Majesty to settle 100,000 l. per annum on the Prince of Wales. Die Martis 25⁰?Februarij 1736.   1737 1
The lords protest on the motion to address His Majesty to settle 100,000 l. per annum on the Prince of Wales. To which is added, I. His Majesty's message to the Prince of Wales, by the Lord Chancellor, Lord President, Lord Steward, Lord Chamberlain,   1737 1
The lords protest on the second rejecting of the pension bill : To which is added, a copy of the said bill, and their reasons (now referr'd to) against rejecting it last year.   1731 1
The lords protest on the second rejecting of the Pension-Bill: to which is added, I. A copy of the said Bill, To which is added, I. A Copy of the said Bill, with the Reasons given against rejecting it last Sessions. II. Copy of the Bill, that all pro   1731 1
Lords protest on the treaty of peace, union and friendship.   1730 1
The Lords protest on the treaty of peace, union and friendship, between Great-Britain, France and Spain; concluded at Seville on the 9th of November last. Die Martis 27 Januarii 1729.   4
The Lords protest on their lordships address to His Majesty.   1740 1
The Lords protest, upon the bill sent from the House of Commons, disabling pensioners, from sitting there....   1729 1
The Lords protest upon the commitment of the Duke of Norfolk.   1722 1
The lords protests.   1727 1
The lords protests : and debates thereon, In the year 1717-18. Containing The Reasons of R------ W-----, Esq; now Sir R---- W----, against the Number of Forces propos'd. Very proper to be read in the Present Crisis.   1737 1
The lords protests, February 13. 1740-1.   1741 1
The lords protests in the last session of Parliament. Containing I. The Scotch petition. II. The Remonstrance or Answer of the Six Scotch Peers to the Order of Feb. 21. signified to them by the Lord Chancellor. III. The Protests of the Scotch Peers o   1735 1
The lords protests in the last session of Parliament; particularly touching the late horrid and detestable conspiracy. Being an appendix to the reports and appendixes of the Committees of both Houses.   1723 1
The lords protests in the last session of Parliament. : Viz. On the Bill for punishing Mutiny and Desertion. I. On the Bill for reviving the Duties on Salt, for the Term therein mentioned. II. On the Act for reviving the Duties on Salt, for the Term   1732 1
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