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Austin, J.
Austin, John
Austin, John ((1613–69))
Austin, John (Wirklicher Name)
Birchley, John
Birchley, William
Birchly, Will
Catholick gentleman
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Vaughan Williams, Ralph (1872-1958)
Benedicite, for soprano solo, chorus, and orchestra.
Benedictine; for soprano, solo, chorus, and orchestra.
Benedictine [from old catalog]
catholique's plea; or an explanation of the roman catholik belief, concerning their church, manner of worship, justification, civil government, together with a catalogue of all the poenal statutes against popish recusants, all which is humbly submitted to serious consideration, by a catholick gentleman, the
Christian moderator, 1651:, The
christian moderator; or persecution for religion condemned by the light of nature, by the law of god, the evidence of our principles, but not by the practice of our commissioners for sequestrations—in four parts, the
Christian moderator: or, Persecution for religion condemned; by the light of nature. Law of God. Evidence of our own principles, The
devotions, first part: in the ancient way of offices, with psalms, hymns, and prayers for every day in the week, and every holiday in the year
Devotions in the ancient way of offices. - [1668]
Devotions in the antient way of offices
devotions, second part, the four gospels in one, broken into lessons, with responsories, to be used with the offices, printed anno domini 1675
harmony of the gospels, etc.
Harmony of the Holy Gospels digested into one history, according to the order of time Divided into three hundred and fifteen lessons, The ; with suitable meditations and prayers subjoyned to each lesson. Done originally by the author of the devotions by may of offices, publish'd by Dr. Hicks. Reformed and improved by James Bonnel Esq ; late accomptant general of Ireland, for his own use. And now published from his own papers for the use of others, by the author of his life.
introduction to the Bishop of Bangor's intended collection of authorities. With a letter from Sion college, A.D. 1645. Recommended in a Prefatory epistle ... By a member of the late committee in the Lower House of Convocation, An
Persecution for religion condemned; by the light of nature. Law of God. Evidence of our own principles
punctual answer to doctor john tillotson's book called 'the rule of faith'., a
reflections upon the oaths of supremacy and allegiance; or the christian moderator, the fourth part, by a catholick gentleman, an obedient son of the church and loyal subject of his majesty
selection of hymns and meditations for every day of the week, A ; from the Reformed Devotions of Austin: entirely cleared of those expressions which savoured of popery ; and adapted to the use of all protestant Christians.
'william birchley
zealous sermon, preached at Amsterdam by a Jew. -, A