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Consistent protestant, A
Consistent protestant, A (pseudonym)
Landaff, R.
Llandoff (Bishop of)
Watson, R.
Watson, Richard
Watson, Richard (Bisbe de Llandaff)
Watson, Richard ((bishop of Llandaff))
Watson, Richard (Bp. of Llandaff)
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American Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
Church of England Diocese of Llandaff Bishop (1782-1816 : Watson) (see also from)
Gibbon, Edward (1737-1794))
Green, John (1783-1865)
Jefferson, Thomas (1743-1826)
Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Paine, Thomas (1737-1809))
Paley, William (1743-1805))
Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. Synod of Virginia
Thomas Jefferson Library Collection (Library of Congress)
Watson, Richard (1737-1816))
Address to the people of great britain
Address to young persons
Anecdotes of the life of Richard Watson, Bishop of Landaff
answer to the disquisition on government and civil liberty; in a letter to the author of Disquisitions on several subjects, An
Apology for christianity in a series of letters, addressed to edward gibbon esq.; author of the declineand fall of the roman empire
Apology for the bible, in a series of letters addressed to thomas paine author of a book entitled, the age of reason, part the second, being an investigation of true and of fabulous theology. by r. watson, d.d.f.r.s. lord bishop of landaff, and regius professor of divinity in the university of cambridge
Bishop of Llandaff's thoughts on the French invasion originally addressed to the clergy of his diocese*., The
brief state of the principles of church authority, A
Brieven tot verdeediging van de voortplanting des Christelyken godsdiensts : Naar den tweeden druk, uit het Engelsch vertaald
Charge delivered to the clergy of the diocese of landaff, june 1791
Chemical essays
Christian panoply, 1797:
collection of theological tracts., A
Considerations on the expediency of revising the liturgy and articles of the Church of England in which notice is taken of the objections to that measure, urged in two late pamphlets, by a consistent Protestant.
essay on the subjects of chemistry, and their general division. By R. Watson, An
evidences of Christianity., The
Hints towards an improved system of taxation, extending to all persons in exact proportion to their property, and without any kind of investigation or disclosure of their circumstances.
letter to His Grace the Archbishop of Canterbury. By Richard Lord Bishop of Landaff, A
letter to the members of the Honourable House of Commons; respecting the petition for relief in the matter of subscription. By a Christian Whig, A
Meddyliau yr Esgob Watson am y cyfnewiad diweddar yn llywodraeth FFraingc ... Wedi eu gosod allan ger bron gweinidogion esgobaeth Llandâf, ar yr ymweliad diweddaf, Mehefin, 1791.
Miscellaneous tracts on religious, political, and agricultural subjects
Nation versus Paine
Pictures of slavery in church and state; including personal reminiscences, biographical sketches, anecdotes, etc., etc.
plan of a course of chemical lectures, A
principes de la révolution justifiés dans un sermon prêché devant l'université de Cambridge ..., Les
principles of the revolution vindicated in a sermon preached before the University of Cambridge, on Wednesday, May 29, 1776. By Richard Watson., The
Richardi Watson, A.M. Coll. Sacro-Sanctæ Trin. Soc. et chemiæ professoris in academia Cantabrigiensi, institutionum chemicarum in prælectionibus academicis explicatarum, pars metallurgica
Sermon preached before the stewards of the westminster dispensary at their anniversary meeting in charlotte-street chapel april 1785 : with an appendix
Sermon preached before the university of cambridge on friday, february 4th, 1780 being the day appointed for a general fast
Sermons on public occasions, and tracts on religious subjects, by R. Watson
Substance of a speech intended to have been spoken in the house of lords, november 22d, 1803
Two apologies, one for Christianity in a series of letters addressed to Edward Gibbon, Esq. The other for the Bible, in answer to Thomas Paine. To which are added two sermons, and a charge, in defence of revealed religion
Two sermons preached in the Cathedral Church of Landaff
Verdediging van den bybel tegen de bedenkingen van één van deszelfs hedendaagsche bestryderen, in een reeks van brieven