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Author of The right of tithes asserted
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Comber, Tho
Comber, Thomas
Comber, Thomas ((dean of Durham))
Cumber, Thomas
English Protestant
Right of tithes asserted, Author of the
T. C, Thomas Comber
True son of the Church of England
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Clavell, Robert (Londen)
Gee, Edward (1657-1730)
Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
Roycroft, Samuel (Londen)
Whiting, C. E. (1871-1953)
Whiting, Charles Edwin (1871-1953)
Whiting, Charles Edwin (n. 1871)
autobiographies and letters of Thomas Comber, sometime precentor of York and dean of Durham, The
Companion to the temple: or, a help to devotion in the use of the common prayer, divided into four parts ... the whole being carefully corrected, and now put into one volume
Discourse concerning the daily frequenting the common prayer
Discourse of duels shewing the sinful nature and mischievous effects of them, and answering the usual excuses made for them by challengers, accepters, and seconds
discourse on the offices for the Vth of November, the XXXth of January, and the XXIXth of May., A
Friendly and seasonable advice to the Roman Catholicks of England
Historical vindication of the divine right of tithes, from scripture, reason, and the opinion and practice of jews, gentiles, and christians in all ages. designed to supply the omissions, answer the objections, and rectifie the mistakes of mr. selden's history of tithes
Letter to a bishop concerning the present settlement and the new oaths
nature and usefulness of solemn judicial swearing, 1682:, The
Plausible arguments of a romish priest from antiquity, answered by the author of the answer to the plausible arguments from scripture
preservative against popery
Religion and loyalty supporting each other, or, A rational account how the loyal addressors maintaining the lineal descent of the crown is very consistent with their affection to the established Protestant religion
Right of tithes re-asserted wherein the proofs from divine institution, primitive practice, voluntary donation, and positive laws are further strengthened and vindicated, especially from the objections taken out of mr. selden's history of tithes
Roman Forgeries in the Councils during the First Four Centuries. Together with an appendix concerning the forgeries and errors in the Annals of Baronius
Short discourses upon the whole common-prayer designed to inform the judgment and excite the devotion of such as daily use the same
Three considerations proposed to Mr. William Pen, concerning the validity and security of his new Magna charta for liberty of conscience