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Sacheverel, Henry
Sacheverell, Hendrik
Sacheverell, Henry
Sacheverell, Henry (Doctor)
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Clements, Henry (Londen)
Great Britain. Parliament. House of Lords
King, William (1663-1712))
Lambe, Charles (b. 1679))
Manley, Mary de la Riviere (1663-1724)
Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
October Club (London, England)
Perks, John
Séwel, Willem (1654-1720)
Swart, Jan (Amsterdam)
Answer of Henry Sacheverell, D.D., to the articles of impeachment
character of a Low-church-man drawn in answer to The true character of a Church-man: shewing the false pretences to that name., The
character of a true Church of England-Man Exclusive of Dr. West, Mr Hoadly and their adherents, however dignify'd or distinguish'd., The
christelyke zegenpraal
Christian triumph or, the duty of praying for our enemies, illustrated and enforc'd from our blessed saviour's example on the cross. in a sermon preach'd at st. saviour's in southwark. on palm-sunday, 1713. by henry sacheverell. d.d
Collection of hymns and poems for the use of the october club
Collections of passages referr'd to by Dr. Henry Sacheverell in his Answer to the articles of his impeachment Under four heads: I. Testimonies concerning the doctrine of non-resistance to the supreme powers. II. Blasphemous, irreligious, and heretical positions lately publish'd. III. The church, and clergy abus'd. IV. The Queen, state, and ministry reflected upon
communication of sin A sermon preach'd at the assizes held at Derby, August 15th 1709. By Henry Sacheverell, D.D. fellow of Magdalen-College, Oxon, and chaplain of St. Saviour's, Southwark. Published at the request of the gentlemen of the Grand-Jury., The
Defence of her majesty's title to the crown, and a justification of her entring into a war with france and spain as it was deliver'd in a sermon preach'd before the university of oxford on the 10th day of june, 1702 : being fast appointed for imploring a blessing on her majesty and allies engaged in the present war
Dr. Henry Sacheverell's funeral sermon Preach'd on the much lamented death of that eminent and great lady the Low-Church Parliament who unfortunately departed this life, the 22d. of September, 1710. To the grief of the whigs, phanaticks, and dissenters. Also you have Mrs. James's Elegy, on the death of the said Parliament.
Dr. Sacheverel's prayers and meditations on the day of his tryal being February 27th. 1709/10.
Dr. Sacheverell's most admirable and incomparable love-powder or, his infalliable [sic] art of making the most envious, spightful, and malitious persons, become your true, constant, real, admired friends and lovers of your person in an instant.
entdeckte Geheime Histoire von der Königin Sahra und denen Sahr*. -, Die
False notions of liberty in religion and government destructive of both a sermon preach'd before the Honourable House of Commons, at St. Margaret's Westminster, on Friday, May 29. 1713
gevaar van valsche broederen, zo in de kerk als in den staat, vertoond in eene predikacie, gedaan [...] den 5/16 nov. 1709., Het
Henrici Sacheverell Angli S.T.P. oratio Coram Supremo Magnæ Britanniæ Senatu habita, cum in jus vocaretur atrocuim criminum & culparum postlatus Una cum articulis contra eum exhibitis, & judicio 230. Martij Lato, &c. Ex Anglicano idiomate in Latinum in beneficium exterorum, &c. versa.
Histoire secrète de la reine Zarah, ou la Duchesse de Marlborough démasquée, traduite de l'original anglais [de Henry Sacheverell].
nature and mischief of prejudice and partiality stated in a sermon preach'd at St. Mary's in Oxford, at the assizes held there, March 9th, 1703./4. By Henry Sacheverell., The
Nature, guilt and danger of presumptuous sins : set forth in a sermon preach'd before the university of oxford at st. mary's, septemb. 14th 1707
new form of prayer for morning and evening, for the use of families zealously affected to the establish'd church., A
Perils of false brethren both in church, and state: set forth in a sermon preach'd before the right honourable the lord-mayor, aldermen, and citizens of london, at the cathedral-church of st. paul, on the 5th of november, 1709
Political union a discourse shewing the dependance of government on religion in general: and of the english monarchy on the church of england in particular
Proceedings. 1710
rights of the Church of England asserted and prov'd in an answer to a late pamphlet, intitl'd The rights of the Protestant dissenters, in a review of their case., The
Sermon du Dr. Sacheverell, sur ces paroles de la 2. Ep. aux Cor. ch. XI. 26. ... Prononcé dans l'Eglise Cathedrale de S. Paul à Londres, le 5/16 de Novembre 1709.
Sermon on the perile of false brethern both in church and state
sermon preach'd on the 30th of January, 1717-8. at the parish church of St. Andrew's Holburn [sic]. By Henry Sacheverel, D.D, A
Speech of henry sacheverell d.d. upon his impeachment at the bar of the house of lords, in westminster-hall, march 7. 1709/10
vindication of the Reverend Dr. Henry Sacheverell, from the false, scandalous and malicious aspersions cast upon him in a late infamous pamphlet, entitled, The modern fanatick. Intended chiefly to expose the Iniquity of the Faction in general, without taking any considerable Notice of their poor mad Tool B-t in particular. In a dialogue between a Tory and a Wh-g, A
warning--piece to young and old, to have a care,and not to keep bad company, ... By that Reverend Docter Henry Sacheverell, A