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E. G, Edmund Gibson
Edmond (Bishop of London)
G, E.
G, Edmund Gibson
Gibson, Edmund
Gibson, Edmund (Bp. of London)
Gibson, Edmundus
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Camden, William (1551-1623)
Church of England Diocese of Lincoln Bishop (1716-1723 : Gibson) (see also from)
Church of England Diocese of London Bishop (1723-1748 : Gibson) (see also from)
Church of England. Archdeaconry of Surrey
Church of England. Diocese of London. Bishop (1723-1748 : Gibson)
Grey, Richard (1694-1771)
Le Moine, Abraham (16..?-17..))
Neaulme, Jean ('s-Gravenhage)
Somner, William (1598-1669))
Spelman, Henry Sir, 1564?-1641
Todd, James Henthorn (1805-1869)
University Press (Oxford)
account of the proceeding in Convocation, in a cause of contumacy, commenc'd April 10. 1707. Occasion'd by the publishing a protestation made against it, in one of the common news-papers, An
admonition against profane and common swearing In a letter from a minister to his parishioner [sic]. ... By ... Edmund Gibson., An
Bishop of london's pastoral letter to the people of his diocese especially those of the two great cities of london and westminster: by way of caution, against lukewarmness on one hand, and enthusiasm on the other
Bishop of london's third pastoral letter to the people of his diocese particularly, to those of the two great cities of london and westminster. occasion'd by the suggestions of infidels against the writings of the new testament, consider'd as a divine rule of faith and manners
Britannia, or a chorographical description of Great Britain and Ireland, together with the adjacent islands
Camden's Britannia, 1695:
case of addressing consider'd upon occasion of the addresses lately presented to the Earl of Nottingham, and the Bishop of Chester., The
catalogue of the collection of tracts for and against popery, A
Causes of the discontents in relation to the plague and the provisions against it fairly stated and consider'd
charge of Edmund lord bishop of Lincoln, at his primary visitation, in the year 1717, The
Chronicon Saxonicum. -
Codex juris ecclesiastici anglicani or, The statutes, constitutions, canons, rubricks and articles, of the Church of England, methodically digested under their proper heads. With a commentary, historical and juridical. Before it, is an introductory discourse, concerning the present state of the power, discipline and laws, of the Church of England: and after it, an Appendix of instruments, ancient and modern
complainer reprov'd: in answer to a partial and unseasonable preface of the publisher of A representation made by the Lower-House of Convocation to the Archbishop and Bishops, Anno 1703. With His Grace's speech upon that subject, The
Country parson's plea against the Quakers tythe bill
Danger and mischiefs of popery
deliverances and murmurings, of the Israelites, and these nations, compar'd A sermon preach'd before the Right Honourable House of Peers, at Westminster-Abbey, on Thursday June 7, 1716. ... By ... Edmund, Lord Bishop of Lincoln., The
Directions given by Edmund Lord Bishop of London to the masters and mistresses of the charity-schools within the bills of mortality and the diocese of London assembled for that purpose in the chapter house of St. Paul's November the 14th 1724
Dispute adjusted about the proper time of applying for a repeal of the corporation and test acts by shewing that no time is proper
earnest dissuasive from intemperance in meats and drinks By ... Edmund Gibson, D.D. late Lord Bishop of London., An
English works of Henry Spelman, published in his life-time, togethe*. -, The
evil and danger of lukewarmness in religion. Being the first part of ... Dr. Gibson's, fourth pastoral letter., The
excellent use of psalmody with a course of singing-psalms for half a year; ... and also proper psalms for particular days and occasions. Both taken out of the directions given by Edmund Lord Bishop of London to the clergy of his diocese, in ... 1724. With an addition, since made by his Lordship., The
Family-devotion or, an exhortation to morning and evening prayer in families: with two forms of prayer, ... First drawn up ... and now revised and enlarged, by ... Edmund Gibson.
great work of our redemption by Christ, and the several branches of it as represented at one view, and in the words of scripture, under the sixth head of the Bishop of London's second pastoral letter., The
institutione oratoria ll. 12, De
Julii Cæsaris portus iccius illustratus : sive 1. Gulielmi Somneri ad Chiffletii librum de Portu Iccio, respondio ; nunc primum ex ms. edita. 2. Caroli Du Fresne Dissertatio de Portu Iccio. Tractatum utrumque latine vertit, & Nova dissertatione auxit Edmundus Gibson Art. Bac. e Coll. Reg. Oxon..
Letter to a friend in the country concerning the proceedings of the present convocation
letter to the Reverend Dr. Codex [pseud.] on the subject of his modest instruction to the Crown, A
Librorum manuscriptorum in duabus insignis bibliothecis, altera Tenisoniana Londeni, altera Dugdaliana, Oxonii, catalogus. : Edidit
Lord Bishop of London's second caveat against the sowers of sedition or, popery at the bottom., The
Observations upon the conduct and behaviour of a certain sect usually distinguished by the name of Methodists.
Of visitations parochial and general: being, the charges, deliver'd to the clergy of the Archdeaconry of Surrey: by Edmund Gibson, ... To which are added, some other tracts
Papers relating to the Quakers tythe bill viz.
Peculiar excellency and reward of supporting schools of charity. a sermon preach'd in the parish-church of st. sepulchre, may the 24th, 1716, being thursday in whitson-week, at the anniversary meeting of the children educated in the charity-schools in and about the cities of london and westminster
Polemo-middinia, 1691 (a.e.)
Preservatif contre l'incredulité a le libertinage, en trois lettres pastorales de monseigneur l'evêque de Londres.
preservative against popery
Proceedings. 1721-04-29
Reliquiae Spelmannianae
Remarks upon a bill now depending in Parliament to enlarge, amend and render more effectual the laws now in being for the more easy recovery of tythes, church-rates, and oblations, and other ecclesiastical dues from the people call'd Quakers and also, remarks upon a printed paper, entitl'd, The case of the people call'd Quakers
Sacrament of the lord's supper explained, or, the things to be known and done to make a worthy communicant with suitable prayers and meditations
Serious advice to persons who have been sick; to be put into their hands as soon as they are recovered: with a thanksgiving for recovery
Sermon against speaking evil of princes
sermon preached to the Societies for reformation of manners at St. Mary-le-Bow, on Monday January the 6th, 1723. By ... Edmund Lord Bishop of London., A
Sinfulness of neglecting and profaning the lord's day
Synodus Anglicana; or, The constitution and proceedings of an English convocation, shown from the acts and registers thereof, to be agreeable to the principles of an Episcopal Church
system of English ecclesiastical law Extracted from the Codex juris ecclesiastici anglicani of the Right Reverend the Lord Bishop of London. ... By Richard Grey., A
Trust in God, the best remedy against fears of all kinds A sermon preached in the parish-church of Lambeth. By ... Edmund Gibson.
Two letters of the Lord Bishop of London the first, to the masters and mistresses of families in the English plantations abroad ... the second, to the missionaries there ... : to both which is prefix'd, An address to serious Christians among our selves to assist the Society for Propagating the Gospel in carrying on this work
Works. French. Selection
Yearly epistles of meeting of Quakers