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D, William Dodd
Dodd, William ((clergyman))
Dodd, William (Doctor)
Dodd, William (Rev. Doctor)
Dodd, William (Rev. Mr)
W. D, William Dodd
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Brave, Jan (1793-1859)
Dimier, Louis (1865-1943)
Faden, William (Londen)
Johnson, Samuel (1709-1784)
Locke, John (1632-1704)
Newbery, John (Londen)
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Shakespeare, William (1564-1616)
Waterland, Daniel (1683-1740)
abridgement of the new version of the psalms, An : for the use of Charlotte-Street and Bedford Chapels.
Advice to the Magdalens
beauties of history, or, Pictures of virtue and vice, The : drawn from examples of men eminent for their virtues, or infamous for their vices : selected for the instruction and entertainment of youth
beauties of Shakespear, The : regularly selected from each play : with a general index digesting them under proper heads
beauties of Shakespeare, regularly selected from each play:, The
beauties of Shakspeare, regularly selected from each play, The : with a general index
beauties of Shakspere. Comedies, The
beauties of Shakspere. Tragedies, The
Comfort for the afflicted, under every distress, with suitable devotions. By William Dodd, M.A. author of The reflections on death, & c
commentary on the bible
commentary on the books of the Old and New Testament. ... By William Dodd ... In three volumes., A
common-place-book to the Holy Bible ... The fifth edition, A ; carefully revised and improved. ... By William Dodd ...
commonplace-book to the Holy Bible:, A
Compassion to infants enforced, in a sermon preached on Tuesday, the 27th of April, 1773, at the Parish Church of St. Martin in the fields Before the president, vice-presidents, treasurer, and guardians of the dispensary for the infant poor, in Soho-Square, and published at their request. By William Dodd, LL. D. chaplain in Ordinary to His Majesty.
conference between a Mystic, an Hutchinsonian, a Calvinist, a Methodist, a Member of the Church of England, and Others. Wherein The tenets of each are freely examined, and discussed., A
conference between a mystic, an hutchinsonian, a calvinist, a methodist, and others Wherein the tenets of each are examined and confuted. By William Dodd, M.A. prebend of Brecon, and chaplain in Ordinary to His Majsety, [sic] &c., A
convict's address to his unhappy brethren. Delivered in the chapel of Newgate, Friday, June 6, 1777. By the Rev. William Dodd, L.L.D.D.D. then under sentence of death for forgery, The
convict's address to his unhappy brethren. Delivered in the chapel of Newgate, on Friday, June 6, 1777, The
critique upon Milton's Paradise lost
day in vacation at college. A burlesque poem, A
Discourses on the miracles and parables of our blessed Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.
Discourses on the miracles of Our Blessed Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. By the Revd. William Dodd, Lecturer of West-Ham, Essex, and St. Olave's Hart-Street, London. In two volumes.
Dr. Dodd's address to his unhappy brethren. Delivered in the Chapel of Newgate, on Friday, June 6, 1777. To which are added his genuine speech to the court previous to his receiving sentence of death. His solemn declaration, which he delivered to the Ordinary of Newgate at the place of execution on the 27th of June, 1777. And a short account of his life and writings.
Dr. Dodd's speech, which he delivered to the judge, before he received sentence of death
easiness of Christ's yoke. A sermon on Matthew xi. 28---30. preach'd in the parish churches of West-Ham, Essex, and St. Olave's Hart-street, London. By the Reverend Mr. William Dodd, The
epistle to a lady, concerning some important and necessary truths in religion, An
Essais historiques et critiques, sur la suppression des monastères et autres établissemens pieux en Angleterre. Traduit de l'anglais
familiar explanation of the poetical works of Milton., A : To which is prefixed Mr. Addison's criticism on Paradise lost.
full and circumstantial account of the trial of the Rev. Doctor Dodd, A : at the Sessions House in the Old Bailey, on Saturday the 22d of February, 1777, before the Hon. Baron Perryn, for forging a bond amounting to four thousand two hundred pounds, purporting to be the bond of the Right Honourable the Earl of Chesterfield : wherein is accurately related, the arguments of the council on various points of law, a full account of the examination of the witnesses, the prisoner's defence, &c. : with original remarks on the trial.
full and particular account of the life and trial of the Reverend Doctor Dodd ... who was capitally convicted, at the Old-Bailey, on Saturday the 22d of February, 1777, for forging ... Together with the examination of Messrs. Dodd and Robinson, A
Genuine and authentic account of the life, trial, behaviour, and dying words, of William Dodd, L.L.D. Who was executed at Tyburn, for forgery, on Friday, June 27, 1777, A
Historie van Lucia en Carolina Samson
Holy Bible, The : with a commentary, and practical improvements
holy Bible, with a commentary and practical improvements:, The : in which are inserted the notes and collections of John Locke ... and other learned persons.
Hymns of Callimachus. -, The
LC in RLIN, 5/22/85
Leeven ende gevoelens van William Dodd, predikant te London, aldaar om gepleegd bedrog ter dood gebragt 28 Junij 1777 : waarachter zĳne overdenkingen in de gevangenis ...
life and beauties of Shakespeare, The : comprising careful selections from each play, with a general index, digesting them under proper heads.
Magdalen, or, History of the first penitent prostitute received into that charitable asylum. With anecdotes of other penitents., The
Méditation de Dodd dans sa prison. Traduit de l'anglais
Méditations de William Dodd dans sa prison. En 5 part
nature and necessity of fasting ... By the Rev. William Dodd ... to which are added, two solemn acts of private devotion ..., The
new book of the Dunciad occasion'd by Mr. Warburton's new edition of the Dunciad complete. By a gentleman of one of the Inns of Court., A
Papers written by Dr. Johnson and Dr. Dodd in 1777, printed from the originals in the possession of A. Edward Newton, esq.;
Pictures of virtue and vice
Popery inconsistent with the natural rights of men in general, and of Englishmen in particular: a sermon, preached at Charlotte-Street Chapel. By William Dodd
Practical discourses on the miracles of our blessed Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ
Practical discourses on the parables of our blessed Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ
practice of inoculation recommended, in a sermon, preached at St. James's Westminster, April the 9th, 1767, on the anniversary meeting of governors of the small-pox hospitals. By William Dodd, The
prisoner released a sermon, on Matthew XXV. 36., The : Preached in Charlotte-street and Bedford Chapels, and published by particular request, for the benefit of unfortunate persons, confined for small debts. By William Dodd, LL. D. preacher at the above chapels, and chaplain to the King.
Rede des zum Tode verurtheilten Doctors Wilh. Dodd an seine unglückliche M*. -
Reflections on death. By William Dodd, LL.D. late chaplain to the Magdalen
Reflections on death. By William Dodd, M.A. chaplain to the lord's bishop of St. David's
Schwestern oder Geschichte der Lucia und Carolina Sanson. -, Die
sermon on John XIII, 35. preached on Wednesday, January 24, 1776. At the Parish Church of St. Stephen, Walbrook, before the president, vice-presidents, treasurer, and governors, of the Misericordia Hospital, A ; and published at their request. By William Dodd, LL. D. chaplain to the Right Honourable the Earl Chesterfield.
sermon on St. Luke xix. 10. preach'd at the chapel of the Magdalen-House. On Sunday, January 27, 1760. before His Royal Highness Prince Edward. By W. Dodd, A
sermon, preached by the Rev. Dr. Dodd, (under sentence of death) in the chapel of Newgate, on Friday, June 6, 1777, to his unhappy brethren, A
sermon, preached March 10, 1776, at St. Andrew's, Holborn, before the Humane Society, instituted for the recovery of persons apparently drowned ... By William Dodd ..., A
Sermons to young men by William Dodd, LLD. prebendary of Brecon, and chaplain in Ordinary to His Majesty
sinful Christian condemn'd by his own prayers. a sermon on Luke xix. 22. Preached in the Parish-Churches of West-Ham in Essex, and St. Olave's Hart-street, London. By the Rev. William Dodd, lecturer of those Parishes: and published at the request of many who heard it., The
sinful Christian condemn'd by his own prayers, The : a sermon on Luke xix, 22
sisters; or, The history of lucy and Caroline Sanson Entrusted to a false friend. In two volumes. By the Rev. Dr. Dodd., The
Sterven en herleven : iets tot bestuur en troost op den weg naar het graf
THE/BEAUTIES OF HISTORY(...)/By the late WILLIAM DODD, LL.D. [estampe]
Thoughts in prison In five parts; the imprisonment, the trial, the retrospect, futurity, public punishment. By William Dodd. L.L.D. To which are added miscellaneous pieces. [Five lines from Milton].
Thoughts in prison, in five parts. : To which are added, his last prayer, etc.
Thoughts in prison, in five parts ... To which are added, his last prayer, the Convict's address to his unhappy Brethren, and other miscellaneous pieces. With some account of the author.
Thoughts in prison; in five parts, viz:--The imprisonment, The retrospect, Public punishment, The trial, Futurity.
Thoughts in prison: in five parts. Viz: The imprisonment. The retrospect. Publick punishment. The trial. Futurity.
Thoughts on the glorious epiphany of the Lord Jesus Christ. a poetical essay written at Southampton in the year MDCCLVII. Sacred to friendship. By the Reverend William Dodd, lecturer of West-Ham, Essex, and St. Olave's, Hart-Street, London.
trial and life of the Rev. Dr. Dodd, who was tried cast and condemned, at the Old Bailey, on Saturday Feb. 22, 1777, for forgery, The
truth of the Christian religion vindicated from the objections of unbelievers; particularly, of Mr. John James Rousseau. In a series of dissertations. By the editors of The Christian's magazine, The
Unity recommended, in a sermon on Ephesians, Chap.iv. ver. 3. Preached before the religious societies in and about London ... on Easter-Monday, 1759. To which is added, an appendix, giving an account of the original design, general rules, and present state of the religious societies. ... By William Dodd, M.A
whole proceedings on the King's Commission of the Peace, Oyer and Terminer and Gaol Delivery for the city of London ... held at Justice Hall in the Old Bailey, on Wednesday the 19th of February 1777 ..., The
wisdom and goodness of God, in the vegetable creation. a sermon preached at St. Martin's Church, Ludgate, on September the 20th 1759, before the worshipful Company of Apothecaries. And published at their request. By William Dodd, M.A., The
wisdom and goodness of God, in the vegetable creation, farther considered. In a second sermon preached at the Parish-Church of St. Anne's, Black-Fryars. On September the 18th, 1760. Before the worshipful Company of Apothecaries. And published at their request. By William, Dodd, M.A. and chaplain to the Lord Bishop of St. David's., The
wisdom and goodness of God, in the vegetable creation, farther considered In a third sermon preached at the Parish Church of St. Anne's, Black-Fryars, on October the 2d, 1761. Before the worshipful Company of Apothecaries. And published at their request. By William Dodd, M.A. and chaplain to the Lord Bishop of St. David's., The
Zusters; of historie van Lucia en Carolina Samson, aan een valschen vrient toevertrouwt, De
zusters; of Historie van Lucia enCarolina Sanson, aan een valschen vrient toevertrouwt, De