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Johnson, Samuel
Johnson, Samuel ((American educator))
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American Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
Berkeley, George (1685-1753))
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Franklin, Benjamin (1706-1790))
Hall, David (1714-1772))
Johnson, Samuel (1696-1772))
Leaming, Jeremiah (1717-1804)
Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Schneider, Herbert Wallace (1892-1984)
Wollaston, William (1660-1724)
american sermons: the pilgrims to martin luther king, jr., the library of america
candid examination of Dr. Mayhew's Observations on the charter and conduct of the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts Interspers'd with a few brief reflections upon some other of the doctor's writings. To which is added, a letter to a friend, containing a short vindication of the said society against the mistakes and misrepresentations of the doctor in his observations on the conduct of that society. By one of its members. [Three lines from James]., A
defence of the episcopal government of the church containing remarks on two late, noted sermons on Presbyterian ordination. By Jeremiah Leaming, A.M. Missionary at Norwalk, from the venerable Society for the Propogation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts. [Five lines of Scripture texts]., A
demonstration of the reasonableness, A
Dictionary of the English language in wich the words are deduced from their originals, explained in their different meanings, and authorized by the Names of the Writers in whose Works they are found. Abstracted from the folio edition, By the author, Samuel Johnson, A. M. To which is prefixed a grammar of the English language. The Ninth Edition., A
Elementa philosophica containing chiefly, Noetica, or things relating to the mind or understanding and Ethica, or things relating to the moral behaviour
elements of philosophy: containing, i. the most useful parts of logic, including both metaphysics and dialectic, or the art of reasoning: with a brief account of the progress of the mind towards its highest perfection, the
encyclopedia of philosophy
english and hebrew grammar, being the first short rudiments of those two languages, taught together. to which is added, a synopsis of all the parts of learning., an
Ethices elementa. Or, The first principles of moral philosophy. And especially that part of it which is called Ethics. In a chain of necessary consequences from certain facts
introduction to the study of philosophy exhibiting a general view of all the arts and sciences, for the use of pupils. with a catalogue of some of the most valuable authors necessary to be read in order to instruct them in a thorough knowledge of each of them, an
Johnson's dictionary a modern selection
letter from Aristocles to Authades concerning the sovereignty and the promises of God., A
life and correspondence of samuel johnson
Lives of the English poets.
miscellaneous notes
Noetica, or, The first principles of human knowledge
or the genius of the english america, reflections on old age and death
republick of letters, the
Samuel Johnson, president of King's College : his career and writings
sermon concerning the intellectual world, a
sermon concerning the obligations we are under to love and delight in the public worship of god, a
sermon on the beauty of holiness, in the worship of the church of england, a
short catechism for young children, proper to be taught them before they learn the assembly's, or after they have learned the church catechism, a
Some historical remarks concerning the collegiate school of Connecticut in New-Haven now Yale-College :
Specimens; or Leisure hours poetically employed on various subjects; moral, political & religious ...
synopsis philosophiae
three letters from a minister of the church of england to his dissenting parishioners
true Christian's support under affliction, The : a sermon preached at Christ's-Church, in Stratford, in Connecticut, January the 9th, 1772, at the funeral, of the Reverend Samuel Johnson ...