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Chichester, John (Lord Bishop of)
J. W, John Williams
John (Lord Bishop of Chichester)
Protestant divine
Protestant of the Church of England
William, John
Williams, John
Williams, John ((bishop of Chichester))
Williams, John (Bp. of Chichester)
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Chiswell, Richard (Londen)
Cockerill, Thomas (I, Londen)
Cockerill, Thomas (II, Londen)
Gastrell, Francis (1662-1725))
Horsley, Samuel (1733-1806)
Ignotus (see also from)
La Chapelle, Armand Boisbeleau de (1676-1746))
Paupie, Pierre (17..-17..; imprimeur))
Secker, Thomas (1693-1768)
Warburton, William (1698-1779)
Willis, Richard (1664-1734)
Brief discourse concerning the lawfulness of worshipping god by the common-prayer being in answer to a book, entituled, a brief discourse concerning the unlawfulness of the common-prayer worship. lately printed in new-england
Brief exposition of the church-catechism, with proofs from scripture
Brut y Tywysogion or the Chronicle of the princes
case of martyrdom considered, in a sermon preached before the House of Lords in the abby-church at Westminster. January 30th. 1701. By ... John Lord Bishop of Chichester, The
Catechism truly representing the doctrines and practices of the church of rome, with an answer thereunto
Certainty of divine revelation a sermon preached at st. martins in the fields, feb. 4. 1694/5 : being the second of the lecture for the ensuing year, founded by the honourable robert boyle, esquire
declaration of the sense of the archbishops and bishops, now in and about London, upon the occasion of their attendance in Parliament, A : concerning the irregular and scandalous proceedings of certain clergy-men at the execution of Sir John Freind [i.e. Friend] and Sir William Parkins.
Defense de la religion tant naturelle que revélée contre les infideles et les incredules: extraite des ecrits publiés pour la fondation de Mr. Boyle, par les plus habiles gens d'Angleterre; & traduite de l'anglois de Mr. Gilbert Burnet. Tome premier.
Discourse concerning the celebration of divine service in an unknown tongue
Dr. Williams's second sermon at Mr. Boyle's lecture, 1695
free discourse against customary swearing., A
History of the gunpowder-treason collected from approved authors, as well popish as protestant
Impartial consideration of those speeches, which pass under the name of the five jesuits lately executed viz. mr. whitebread, mr. harcourt, mr. gawen, mr. turner, and mr. fenwick : in which it is proved, that according to their principles, they not only might, but also ought, to die after that manner, with solemn protestation of their innocency
LC manual auth. cd.
Perfection of the evangelical revelation a sermon preached at st. martins in the fields, jan. 6, 1695/6, being the first of the lecture for this present year, founded by the honourable robert boyle, esquire
Scripture the rule of faith a sermon preached at St. Martins in the Fields, Febr. 3, 1695/6, being the second of the lecture for this present year, founded by the Honourable Robert Boyle, Esquire
Twelve anniversary sermons preached before the society for the propagation of the gospel in foreign parts.
vindication of A discourse concerning the unreasonableness of a new separation on account of the oaths, from the exceptions made against it in a tract called A brief answer to a late discourse &c., A