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Bradbury, Thomas
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1677-1759
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Earle, Jabez (1676?-1768)
Grosvenor, B. (1676-1758)
Grosvenor, Benjamin (1676-1758)
Harris, William (1675?-1740)
Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Newman, John (1677?-1741)
Oliver Wendell Holmes Collection (Library of Congress)
Penrose, John (Leeds)
Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
Reynolds, Thomas (1667?-1727)
Roberts, James (Londen)
Whitaker, Thomas (ca.1650-1710.)
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answer to the reproaches cast on those dissenting ministers who subscrib'd their belief of the eternal trinity In a letter to John Barrington-Shute, Esq; By Thomas Bradbury., An
ass; or, The serpent, 1768:, The
ass: or, The serpent A comparison between the tribes of Issachar and Dan, in their regard for civil liberty. Nov. 5. 1712. By Thomas Bradbury., The
ass or the serpent, The : a comparison between the tribes of Issachar and Dan in their regard for civil liberty Nov. 5, 1712
ass or the serpent, The : a comparison between the tribes of Issachar and Dan, in their regard for civil liberty : November 5th, 1712
confession of faith, at the publick ordination of Thomas Bradbury. London, July the tenth, 1707, A
divine right of kings enquir'd into, and stated, The ; not by the lusts of men, but the (revealed) will of God. In a sermon preach'd November 5. 1718. By Thomas Bradbury
divine right of the revolution: in two sermons on the fifth of November 1707, and 1708. By Thomas Bradbury, The
doctrine of justification explain'd and apply'd: in eight sermons. By Thomas Bradbury, The
duty and doctrine of baptism..., The
eikon basilike, the image of the kingdom
establishment of the kingdom in the hand of Solomon applied to the revolution and the reign of King George, The : in a sermon preach'd November 5, 1716
faithful minister's fare-well to his people
fall and death of eminent persons consider'd and improv'd
Five anniversary sermons upon the fifth of November; the day of our happy revolution. By T. Bradbury
God's empire over the wind, consider'd in a sermon on the fast-day, January 19, 1703/4. By Thomas Bradbury
God with us: a sermon on the fourth of November, 1745. By Thomas Bradbury
Jesus Christ the brightness of glory, &c. In four sermons, preach'd at the Friday-lecture, in Little St. Helens. By Thomas Bradbury
Jesus Christ the only mediator between God and man; in opposition to Deism, (which owns no mediator;) and popery, (which has brought in an hundred.) By Thomas Bradbury
Joy in heaven, and justice on earth. In two sermons on the thanksgiving-day, October 9, 1746; and the fifth of November. By Thomas Bradbury
Justice and property the glory of a deliverance In two sermons Jan. the 20th (being a day of publick thanksgiving for His Majesty's safe arrival) and Jan. the 23d 1715. By Thomas Bradbury.
lawfulness of resisting tyrants, argued from the history of David, and in defence of the revolution. Nov. 5. 1713. With some remarks on Mr. Luke Milbourn's preface and sermon. By Thomas Bradbury, The
lawfulness of resisting tyrants, The : argued from the history of David and in defence of the revolution, Nov. 5, 1713 : with some remarks on Mr. Luke Milbourn's Preface and sermon
necessity of contending for revealed religion, with A sermon on the fifth of November, 1719..., The
Non-resistance without priestcraft : in a sermon preach'd November 5, 1715
popish doctrine of justification by works, consider'd; in a sermon at Pinners-Hall, Feb. 11, 1734-5. By Thomas Bradbury, The
power of Christ over plagues and health, and his name, as the God of Israel, consider'd; as arguments of his supreme deity: in ten sermons. To which is prefixed, an account of the anti-Arian lecture on Wednesdays. By Thomas Bradbury, The
Practical discourses concerning hearing the Word : preach'd at the Friday evening-lecture in Eastcheap
Practical discourses of singing in the worship of God;
primitive Tories, or, Three precedents of persecution, rebellion, and priestcraft consider'd, The : in a sermon preach'd November 5, 1717
Readiness for death, urg'd from our not knowing the time of it : in a sermon occasion'd by the death of Mr. Norwich Salisbury, Jun. who was kill'd aboard a merchant-ship near Gravesend, by a cohorn, on Friday the 22d of October, 1708
Remarks on a paper, entitled, A letter to Protestant dissenters, concerning their conduct in the ensuing elections. : Formerly printed in the year 1722.
Remarks on a paper, intitled, A letter to Protestant dissenters, concerning their conduct in the ensuing elections
repentance of Nineveh consider'd and apply'd, in two sermons: one preach'd on Decemb. 11. 1720. the other on Decemb. 16. 1720. ... By Thomas Bradbury, The
Sermons on several occasions
Six sermons on Heb. VI. 12. ... By Thomas Bradbury
son of Tabeal, The : a sermon occasion'd by the French invasion in favour of the Pretender preach'd March 14, 1707/8
succession of Solomon to the throne of David: consider'd in a sermon on the occasion of the sudden death of King George I. June 18, 1727. By Thomas Bradbury, The
welfare of Israel, consider'd in two sermons on the fifth of November, 1705, and 1706. With a thanksgiving-sermon, preach'd at Stepney, on June the 27th, 1706. By Tho. Bradbury, The
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