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Claget, W.
Claget, William
Claget, William (Dr)
Clagett, William
Clagett, William ((controversialist))
Clagett, William (Dr)
Claggett, William (Dr)
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Basset, Thomas (Londen)
Gardiner, Fincham (Londen)
Hutchinson, C.
Maids of St. Joseph
Newborough, Thomas (Londen)
Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
Robinson, Jonathan (Londen)
Rogers, William (Londen)
Tooke, Benjamin (I, Londen)
Wake, William (1657-1737)
abridgment of the prerogatives of st. ann, mother of the mother of god. with the approbation of the doctors at paris; and thence done into english to accompany the contemplations on the life and glory of holy mary; and the defence of the same; with some pieces of the like nature. to which a preface is added concerning the original of the story, an
answer to the Dissenters objections against the common prayers, and some other parts of divine-service prescribed in the liturgie of the Church of England., An
answer to the dissenters' objections against … the liturgy of the church of england, an
difference of the case between the separation of the protestants from the church of rome, and the separation of dissenters from the church of england, the
discourse concerning the operations of the Holy Spirit, 1680:, A
discourse concerning the operations of the holy spirit; with a confutation of some part of dr. owen's book upon that subject, a
discourse concerning the pretended sacrament of extreme unction … with a letter to the vindicator of the bishop of condom, a
discourse concerning the worship of the blessed virgin and the saints, a
discourse of church-unity
Eleven sermons preached upon several occasions And a paraphrase, and notes upon the first, second, third, fourth, fifth, seventh and eighth chapters of St. John with a discourse of church-unity and directions, how in this divided state of Christendom, to keepwithin the unity of the church. By William Glagett. D.D. late preacher to the Honourable Society of Grays-Inn. The third edition. Vol. II.
Eleven sermons preached upon several occasions. : And A paraphrase, and notes upon the first, second, third, fourth, fifth, seventh and eighth chapters of St. John. With A discourse of church-vnity. And directions, how in this divided state of Christendom, to keep within the vnity of the Church.
enchiridion theologicum
examination of bellarmine's seventh note, of union of the members among themselves and with the head, an
notion of idolatry considered and confuted
of the authority of councils and the rule of faith. by a person of quality …
of the humanity and charity of christians. a sermon preached … 30 nov. 1686.
paraphrase and notes upon the first, second, third, fourth, fifth, seventh, and eighth chapters of st. john, a
paraphrase with notes, and a preface, upon the sixth chapter of St. John. Shewing, that there is neither good reason, nor sufficient authority, to suppose that the Eucharist is discoursed of in that chapter, much less to infer the doctrine of transubstantiation from it., A
present state of the controversie between the Church of England and the Church of Rome; or, An account of the books written on both sides. In a letter to a friend., The
preservative against popery
queries offered by t. w. to the protestants concerning the english reformation, reprinted and answered, the
reply to a pamphlet called the mischief of impositions, by mr. alsop, which pretends to answer the dean of st. paul's sermon concerning the mischief of separation, a
school of the eucharist established upon the miraculous respects and acknowledgments which beasts, birds, and insects, upon several occasions, have rendered to the holy sacrament of the altar. whence catholicks may increase in devotion towards this divine mystery, and hereticks find there their confusion, the
second letter from the author of the discourse concerning extreme unction, to the vindicator of the bishop of condom, a
Sermons on the following subjects viz. I. Concerning Christ's not appearing to all the people after his resurrection. II. Of the unbelief of the Jews. III. The qualifications of believers. IV. The state of the church in future ages. V. The great usefulness of discretion. VI. Of things lawful, and things expedient. VII. Of faith, hope, and charity. VIII. Of having our conversation in heaven. IX. Of the union between Christ and Christians. X. Of Christ's Kingdom. XI. Of the promise of the Holy Ghost. XII. Of Christian liberty. XIII. The strictness of the Gospel consistent with its grace and mercy. XIV. The divine condescension. XV. The great danger of apostacy from the truth. XVI. Of sincerity. By the Late Reverend Dr. William Clagett, preacher to the Honble Society of Grays-Inn. Now first published from the originals, by N. Clagett, D.D. Archdeacon of Sudbury, the author's brother.
Seventeen sermons preach'd upon several occasions : With the summ of a conference, on February 21, 1686, between Dr. Clagett and Father Gooden, about the point of transubstantiation
several captious queries concerning the english reformation, first proposed by dean manby, and afterwards by t. w., briefly and fully answered
state of the church of rome when the reformation began; as it appears by the advices given to paul iii and julius iii by creatures of their own, the
summ of a conference on 21 feb. 1686, between dr. clagett and father gooden, about the point of transubstantiation, the
twelfth note of the church examined, viz. the light of prophecy, the
view of the whole controversy between the representer and the answerer, with an answer to the representer's last reply; in which are laid open some of the methods by which protestants are misrepresented by papists, a