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Howe, J.
Howe, John
Howe, John ((theologian))
J. H, John Howe
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Bates, William (1625-1699)
Calamy, Edmund (1671-1732)
Corbet, John (1620-1680))
Knapton, James (Londen)
Mead, Matthew (ca1630-1699.)
Sprint, Benjamin (Londen)
Urwick, William (1826-1905)
Watts, Isaac (1674-1748))
Waugh, James (Londen)
Wyat, John (Londen)
Biographical collections: or Lives and characters, : from the works of the reverend Mr. Baxter, and Dr. Bates, (with various additions interspersed) of the following excellent persons, viz. Mrs. Elizabeth Baker ... together with abstracts of their funeral sermons.
Blessedness of the righteous opened, and further recommended from the consideration of the vanity of this mortal life: in two treatises, on {psal. 17.15. psal. 89.47
Devout meditations from Dr. Watts. The blessedness of the righteous: from Mr. Howe. and Delighting in God: from Mr. Howe
discourse directing what we are to do, after strict enquiry whether or no we truly love God. By the late Reverend Mr. John How, A
discourse relating to the expectation of future blessedness With an appendix. By John Howe., A
everlasting rest of the saints in heaven
funeral sermon for that faithful, learned, and most worthy minister of the gospel, the Reverend Peter Vink, B.D. who deceased Sept. 6. 1702. By John Howe, A
heerlijke staat van Christus kerk voor het eind der dagen, door een milde uitstorting van de Heilige Geest
life and character of John Howe, M.A., with an analysis of his writings., The
Living temple, or, a designed improvement of that notion that a good man is the temple of god
obligations from nature and revelation to family-religion and worship represented and pressed in six sermons by the late ... John Howe, ... Published by the Reverend Mr. John Evans., The
office and work of the Holy Spirit, in every age, with reference to particular persons:, The : considered in several sermons on Joh. III. 6. and Gal. V. 25.
outpouring of the Holy Spirit or, the prosperous state of the christian interest before the end of time, by a plentiful effusion of the Holy spirit. Considered in fifteen sermons on Ezekial XXXIX.29., The
Redeemer's tears wept over lost souls: union among protestants: carnality of religious contention: man's enmity to god; and reconciliation between god and man
Self-dedication discoursed.
Self-imployment in secret containing I. Evidences upon self-examination. II. Thoughts upon painful afflictions. III.. Memorials for practice. Left under the hand-writing of that learned and Reverend divine, Mr John Corbert, late of Chichester with a prefatory epistle of Mr John Howe.
sermon concerning union among Protestants preached and published about twenty years ago. By John Howe, ... Now, ... reprinted., A
sermon preached November 5. 1703. By John Howe, A
Sermons and discourses on several divine subjects.
Some consideration of a preface to An enquiry concerning the occasional conformity of dissenters, &
Vanity of this Mortal Life: or, of Man considered only in his present mortal state
Works of john howe as published during his life
works of the late reverend and learned William Bates, D.D., The : Containing I. Discourses on the existence of God ... II. The harmony of the divine attributes ... III. The great duty of resignation ... XVII. On the fear of God, &c. Also some account of the avthor's life and character, in a funeral sermon preach'd by the reverend Mr. Howe. With an exact alphabetical table to the whole.