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Author of Considerations on a separation of the Methodists from the established church
Considerations on a separation of the Methodists from the established church, Author of
Gentleman in the north of Ireland
Gentleman of the north of Ireland
Knox, Alexander
Knox, Alexander ((1757–1831))
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1757-1831
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Coleridge, Samuel Taylor (1772-1834)
Curry, Daniel (1809-1887)
FitzGerald, Maurice Henry (1877-)
Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
Southey, Charles Cuthbert (1819-1888)
Southey, Robert (1774-1843)
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answer to the rt hon. p. duigenan's two great arguments against the full enfranchisement of the irish roman catholics, an
Candid animadversions on Mr. Henry Moore's Reply by the author of "Consideration on a separation of the Methodists from the established church..
Considerations on a separation of the Methodists from the established church addressed to such of them as are friendly to that measure, and particularly to those in the city of Bristol. By a member of the established church.
enquiry on grounds of scripture and reason into the use and import of the eucharistic symbols, an
essays on the political circumstances of ireland during the administration of lord camden; with an appendix containing thoughts on the will of the people
Essays on the political circumstances of Ireland written during the administration of Earl Camden; with an appendix, ... And a postscript, ... By a gentleman of the north of Ireland.
Essays on the political circumstances of Ireland written during the administration of Earl Camden; ... With an appendix, containing thoughts on the will of the people. And a postscript now first published. By Alexander Knox.
Essays on the political circumstances of Ireland written during the administration of Earl Camden; with an appendix, containing thoughts on the will of the people. ... By a gentleman of the north of Ireland.
Free thoughts concerning a separation of the people called Methodists, from the Church of England Addressed to the preachers in the Methodist connection. By a layman of the Methodist Society.
letters on the re-union of the churches of england and rome
life of Wesley and the rise and progress of Methodism, The
on the doctrine respecting baptism held by the church of england
Remains [MI] 1844
Thirty years correspondence between John Jebb, bishop of Limerick, Ardfert and Aghadoc, and Alexander Knox, Evq.
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