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Short discourse of the truth & reasonableness of the religion delivered by Jesus Christ. / Yelverton, Henry, Sir, 1566-1629.  1662 1
A short discourse of the truth and reasonableness of the religion delivered by Jesus Christ : wherein the several arguments for Christianity are briefly handled ... : unto which is added A disquisition touching the Sibylls and Sibylline writings wher / by another hand..  1662 1
Short discourse of the year, in stead of a prognostication.   1664 1
A short discourse of truth & peace : referring to the religion of the Church of England established by law. / Penned in the year of our Lord 1647.  1653 1
Short discourse on stoving and bathing.   2
Short discourse on the present state of the colonies in America.   2
A short discourse on the present temper of the nation with respect to the Indian and African company, and of the Bank of Scotland : also, of Mr. Paterson's pretended fund of credit / by J.H.  1696 1
A short discourse on the rise, nature, and management of the small-pox, and all putrid fevers : occasioned by the death of our late incomparable queen : together with a philosophical account of an excellent remedy for these and many other diseases / by T. Byfield ...  1695 1
A short discourse on the study of the Scriptures. : Delivered to the clergy of the archdeaconry of Cleveland, at the visitation held in the Year 1763. By Francis Blackburne, M. A. Archdeacon of Cleveland.   1763 1
A short discourse on the subject preaching : Delivered to the clergy of the Archdeaconry of Cleveland in the year 1783. By Francis Blackburne, M.A. archdeacon.   1785 1
  Short discourse on the tyrannical government -- See William Of Ockham Approximately 1285 Approximately 1349 Breviloquium de principatu tyrannico. English   1
A short discourse on the tyrannical government over things divine and human, but especially over the Empire and those subject to the Empire, usurped by some who are called highest pontiffs / William of Ockham ; edited by Arthur Stephen McGrade ; translated by John Kilcullen.  1992 1
Short discourse on these several subjects.   2
Short discourse, opening the nature, properties, and necessity of the great work of the new creation upon the souls of men.   1695 1
A short discourse. Or, serious reflections and meditations on some particular texts of scripture : Being the substance of several sermons preached in a country congregation. Wherein is shewed, first, the blessedness of those that keep Gods Commandmen   1694 1
Short discourse pointing forth the way of making use of Christ for justification.   2
A short discourse : preliminary to the Second Edition of Quackery Unmask'd. Containing Some useful Observations and Remarks on the Seventh Edition of Mr. Martin's Treatise of the Venereal Disease. In a Letter to the said Mr. Martin. By the Author of   1711 1
A short discourse, proving that the Jewish or seventh-day sabbath is abrogated and repealed. / [electronic resource] / By John Meredith.  1729 1
Short discourse proving that they only ought to preach who are ordained ministers.   1653 1
A short discourse (recommended to all our English divines) : concerning the death of the witnesses in general, and the two witnesses in particular; : plainly shewing ...   2
A short discourse shewing that our salvation is of meer grace. [Five lines of Scripture texts]   2
Short discourse, shewing that there is not a farthing due from this nation to old Oliver for all his pretended services.   1659 1
Short discourse shewing: that they only ought to preach who are ordained ministers.   1652 1
Short discourse, shewing the difference betwixt damned usurie, and that which is lawfull.   1616 1
A Short discourse shewing the great inconvenience of joyning the plantation charters with those of England in the General Act of restoration, and the necessity of having for them a particular act : humbly offered to the Parliament on the occasion of / by a true lover of his country, and a hearty wisher of the prosperity of the said plantations.  1689? 1
Short discourse shewing the most certen and principal meanes ordeined of God to discouer, expell, and to confound all the Sathanicall inuentions of witchcraft and sorcerie.   1590 1
Short discourse shewing the most certen and principal meanes ordeined of God to discover, expell, and to confound all the Sathanicall inventions of witchcraft and sorcerie.   1590 1
A short discourse, shewing the occasion of our present great want of silver : and the proper remedies for preventing the exporation of it for the future. By a true Englishman.   1718 1
A short discourse : Shewing the occasion of our present great want of silver, and the proper remedies for preventing the exportation of it for the future. By a true Englishman.   1717 1
Short discourse showing the great inconvenience of joining the plantation charters with those of England ..   1689? 1
Short discourse tending to prove the legality, decency, and expediency of set forms of prayer in the churches of Christ.   1661 1
A short discourse, tending to the pacification of all unhappy differences, between His Majesty and His Parliament : shewing the meanes whereby the same may speedily be done, and that it rests in His Maiesties sole power to effect it : presented to th   3
Short discourse to prove the usefulness of vomiting in fevers.   1699 1
A short discourse, to prove the usefulness of vomiting in fevers, by plain reasoning, and the authority of the best physicians, ancient and modern / [Charles Oliphant]   2
Short discourse touching the cause of the present unhappy distractions and distempers in this Kingdom and the ready means to compose and quiet them.   2
A Short discourse tovching the cause of the present unhappy distractions and distempers in this Kingdome and the ready meanes to compose and quiet them.   2
Short discourse upon light and colours.   1700 1
A Short discourse upon the designs, practices, & counsels of France : in a letter to a friend.   1688 1
A short discourse upon the desires of a friend: wherein, upon observation of the late governments and revolutions, it is made evident, what alone can be the perfect settlement of this nation, and the composure of all differences.   1660 1
A short discourse upon the doctrine of our baptismal covenant : being an exposition upon the preliminary questions and answers of our church-catechism : proper to be read by all young persons in order to their understanding the whole frame and tenor   4
A short discourse upon the first verse of the first chapter of St John's Gospel : proving demonstratively, that our Lord Jesus Christ is over all, God blessed for ever. By B. Regis, D. D. Rector of Adisham in Kent, Canon of Windsor, and Chaplain in O   1753 1
A short discourse upon the life and death of Mr. Geo. Throckmorton, deceas'd the 5th of April, N.S. 1705, in the 34th year of his age.   1706 1
A short discourse upon the reasonableness of men's having a religion, or worship of God   3
Short discourse, wherein is sett downe a method to instruct, how a Catholike (though but competently learned) may defend his fayth against the most learned protestant, that is, if so the protestant will tye himselfe to his owne principle and doctrine   1619 1
Short discourse, wherin is proved that prelaticall jurisdiction, is not of divine institution, but forbidden by Christ himselfe, as heathenish, and branded by his apostles for antichristian.   1640 1
Short discourses upon the whole common-prayer ... / by Tho. Comber.  1684 1
Short discourses upon the whole Common-Prayer. : Designed to inform the judgment, and excite the devotion of such as daily use the same. The fourth edition. By Tho. Comber, D.D.   4
Short discoverie of severall sorts of ignorant and unconsiderate practisers of physicke in England.   1619 1
Short discoverie of the adversarie his dottage.   1614 1
Short discoverie of the adversarie his dottage, in his impertinent and ridiculously deceitfull demaunds.   1614 1
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