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ISNI: 
0000 0000 8150 100X
Name: 
C--ke (Bishop)
Coke, T.
Coke, Thomas
Coke, Thomas ((bishop))
Dates: 
1747-1814
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cre
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American Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
Asbury, Francis (1745-1816)
Clarke, Adam (approximately 1762-1832.)
Dickins, John (1747-1798)
Methodist Episcopal Church
Rogers, Hester Ann (1756-1794)
S.n. (Londen)
Vickers, John A.
Vickers, John Ashley
Wesleyan Methodist Church
Titles: 
account of the experience of Hester Ann Rogers;, An
Arminian magazine, The
Articles of religion prepared by order of the conference of 1806.
Commentary on the holy bible
Correspondence
Extracts of the journals of the Rev. Dr. Coke's five visits to America
Form of discipline
four discourses on the duties of a minister
Funeral sermon, preached in Spitalfields-Chapel, London, on Sunday, Oct. 26, 1794, on the death of Mrs. Hester Ann Rogers; by the Rev. Thomas Coke, LL.D. Also, an appendix, written by her husband with various pieces, selected and transcribed from her manuscript journals
history of the bible
Journal of the rev. dr. coke's fourth tour on the continent of america
Letters of dr. thomas coke
life of Christ; a poem, The
Life of the rev. john wesley, a.m. including an account of the great revival of religion in europe and america of which he was the first and chief instrument
preacher's manual
short treatise on divine prescience, 1798:, A
six letters in defence of the doctrine of justification by faith
Some account of the late missionaries to the West Indies
Statement of the receipts and disbursements for the support of the missions established by the methodist society, for the instruction and conversion of the negroes in the west-indies, addressed to the subscribers
Substance of a sermon on the godhead of christ preached at baltimore, in the state of maryland, on the 26th day of december, 1784, before the general conference of the methodist episcopal church
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