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Oxford, Samuel Parker (Bishop of)
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Church of England Diocese of Oxford Bishop (1686-1688 : Parker) (see also from)
Clark, Mary (Londen)
Jansz, Frederick (Tiel)
Jansz, Frederick Tiel, 1688
Jenkins, Leoline Sir, 1623-1685
Martin, John (Londen)
Newlin, Thomas (1688-1743)
Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
Robinson, Ken (1946-)
account of the government of the christian church for the first six hundred years, an
account of the nature and extent of the divine dominion & goodnesse, an
authority's advocate: samuel parker, religion, and politics in restoration england
Bishop Parker's History of his own time, 1727.
Bishop Parker's history of his own time. In four books. Faithfully translated from the Latin original
Bishop Parker's History: or, the tories chronicle, from the restauration of King Charles II. 1660, to the year 1680. In four parts
Bp. Parker's history of his own time, in four books. ... To which are added, two original journals of the expeditions to Spain and France, during the reign of King Charles I. ... With an impartial account of Parker's life, and of his conversion from presbytery to popery
case of the church of england, the
Cogitationes de Deo et Providentia divina. -
defence and continuation of the ecclesiastical politie, a
demonstration of the divine authority of the law of nature and of the christian religion in two parts, a
discourse in vindication of bp bramhall and the clergy of the church of england, a
discourse of ecclesiastical politie, A : wherein the authority of the civil magistrate over the consciences of subjects in matters of religion is asserted, the mischiefs and inconveniences of toleration are represented, and all pretenses pleaded in behalf of liberty of conscience are fully answered.
discourse sent to the late King James, to persuade him to embrace the Protestant religion, A
Disputationes de Deo, et providentia divina. ...
english church from the accession of charles i to the death of queen anne (1625–1714), the
Examen Des Raisons Proposées par Samuel Parker, Evêque d'Oxford ... -
free and impartial censure of the platonick philosophie, a
history of his own times
InU/Wing STC files
magdalen college and james ii. 1686-1688
margins of orthodoxy: heterodox writing and cultural response, 1660-1750, the
political discourse in early modern britain
Reasons for abrogating the Test. Dutch
Reasons for abrogating the test imposed upon all members of Parliament, anno 1678, Octob. 3 ...
rebus sui temporis commentariorum libri quatuor ..., De
Redenen voor het afstellen en vernietigen van de Test, al de leden van het parlement opgeleght anno 1678. 30. october. [...] Door den heer bisschop van Oxfort.
religion and loyalty, the second part
reproof to the rehearsal transprosed, a
Reverendi admodum in Christo patris, Samuelis Parkeri, Episcopi non ita pridem oxoniensis, De rebus sui temporis commentariorum libri quatuor. E codice M.S. ipsius authoris manu castigato, nunc primùm in lucem editi
Tentamina physico-theologica de Deo. -