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Rippon, J.
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Bennet, Lambert (Rotterdam)
Francis, Benjamin (1734-1799)
Hoog, Thomas (1763-1829)
Koch, Paul E.
Lang, John (1769?-1836)
Nestor, Leo
Ryland, John (1723-1792)
Ustick, Stephen Clegg (1773-1837)
Werkhoven, Marinus van (1775-1792 fl)
account of the London Missionary Society, extracted from Dr. Rippon's Baptist Annual Register, 1796., An
account of the London Missionary Society extracted from Dr. Rippon's Baptist annual register. To which is added, the state of religion at Sierra Leone, in Africa. From numbers 10 and 11 of the Register. With an evangelical hymn, composed in the Bengal language, 1788. By Ram Ram Boshoo, a Hindoo munshee., An
Addenda in the tenth - an enlarged edition of A selection of hymns from the best authors, by J. Rippon, D.D
algenoegzaamheid van de genade des Heiligen Geestes, De
American triptych. How firm a foundation, An : for SATB chorus and organ : [tune] Foundation
Baptist annual register, for 1790, 1791, 1792, and part of 1793 Including sketches of the state of religion among different denominations of good men at home and abroad. By John Rippon, D.D., The
Baptist annual register for 1790 Part the first. Including sketches of the state of religion among different denominations of good men at home and abroad. By John Rippon, A.M., The
brief memoir of the life and writings of the late Rev. John Gill, D.D., A
discourse delivered at the Drum Head, on the Fort, Margate, Oct. 19, 1803, the day of the general fast, A : before the volunteers, commanded by the Right Hon. William Pitt, and also before the ministers and members of the different denominations of Protestant dissenters, who form the East Kent Association, at Folkstone, Oct. 26, and then addressed to the volunteers of London and Southwark, assembled with the author's own congregation in Carter Lane, near London Bridge, Nov. 13, 1803
dissenting praise: religious dissent and the hymn in england and wales
How firm a foundation : two-part mixed voices and organ
Life of Gill
'redeeming love proclaim': john rippon and the baptists
Rippon's tunes
Selection of hymns from the best authors.
selection of psalm and hymn tunes, from the best authors, in three and four parts adapted principally to Dr. Watt's hymns and psalms, and to Mr. Rippon's selection of hymns, containing (in a greater variety than any other volume extant,) the most approved compositions which are used in London, and in the different congregations throughout England. Also, many original tunes never before printed; the whole forming a publication of above two hundred hymn tunes, besides other pieces. By John Rippon, A.M., A
selection of tunes in miniature, adapted to the piano forte & c., The : containing the air and the bass of all the tunes in the large volume, being nearly 300
sermon occasioned by the death of the Reverend Andrew Gifford D.D. by John Rippon. With an address delivered at his interment, by John Ryland, A.M., A
Verhandeling over de werkingen en bijzondere liefde van den Heiligen Geest, waarin de algenoegzaamheid Zijner genade voor de geloovigen, in eenige bijzonderheden, onderscheidenlijk wordt aangewezen