Name Religion/Biblical
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Titles about religious or spiritual belief, or biblical history.

Titles

Displaying 51–75 of 1450

ID Title Author Firms (City) Date Edition
7391 A companion to the Book of common prayer of the Church of England: containing a comment on the service for Sundays; including the collects, epistles, and gospels. By Mrs. Trimmer. Trimmer , Sarah
Joseph Johnson (London)
George, George, John and James Robinson (London)
Thomas Longman II (London)
1791
7332 A companion to the Book of Common Prayer of the Church of England: containing a comment on the service for Sundays; including the collects, epistles, and Gospels. To which are added questions, for the use of teachers in schools and families. By Mrs. Trimmer. Trimmer , Sarah
Joseph Johnson (London)
George, George, John and James Robinson (London)
Thomas Longman II (London)
1791
920 A Comparative View of the New Plan of Education promulgated by Mr. Joseph Lancaster, in his Tracts concerning the Instruction of the Children of the Labouring Part of the Community; and of the system of Christian education founded by our pious forefathers for the initiation of the young members of the Established Church in the principles of there formed religion. By Mrs. Trimmer. Trimmer , Sarah
Francis, Charles and John Rivington (London)
1805
6134 A compendium of a controversy on water-baptism, between a clergyman and a Quaker. Knowles , Mary
1777
6147 A compendium of a controversy on water-baptism. Knowles , Mary
s.n. [sine nomine]
1776
6138 A compendium of a controversy on water-baptism. In a letter from a clergyman to M. Morris, one of the people called Quakers; with her answer. Knowles , Mary
1777
21350 A Compendium of the Chief Doctrines of the True Christian Religion: as revealed in the writings of Emanual Swedenborg. By Robert Hindmarsh, Author of "Remarks on the Holy League, lately entered into by the Sovereigns of Austria, Prussia, and Russia," "A seal upon the Lips of all those, who refuse to acknowledge the exclusive Divinity of Jesus Christ," &c. &c. To which are annexed, a few extracts from E. Swedenborg's treatise on the universal theology of the New Church. Hindmarsh , Robert
Swedenborg , Emanuel
William Schlatter (Philadelphia)
1817
1766 A concise history of the Kingdoms of Israel and Judah; connected with the history or chief events of the neighbouring states and succeeding empires to the time of Christ, and the Establishment of the Gospel-Dispensation: Interspersed with Moral Reflections, Chronological References, and Occasional Remarks, Concerning the Fulfilment of the Prophecies: Particularly adapted to the Comprehension, and for the Improvement of Young Minds. By Ann Murry, Author of Mentoria. In two volumes. Murry , Ann
Charles Dilly (London)
1783
25881 A conference, on the doctrine of transubstanitiation, Between His Grace the Duke of Buckingham, and father Fitzgerald, an Irish Jesuit, whom King James II. sent, in the time of his sickness, in Yorkshire, to convert him to the Romish religion. The Third Edition. Villiers , George
Fitz-gerrald , Father
Ferdinando Burleigh (London)
Anne Dodd I (London)
1714 The Third Edition.
25875 A conference, on the doctrine of transubstantiation, between His Grace the Duke of Buckingham, and Father Fitzgerald, an Irish Jesuit, Whom King James II. sent, in the time of his Sickness, in Yorkshire, to convert him to the Romish Religion. Villiers , George
Fitz-gerrald , Father
Ferdinando Burleigh (London)
Anne Dodd I (London)
1714
25879 A conference, on the doctrine of transubstantiation, between His Grace the Duke of Buckingham, and Father Fitzgerald, an Irish Jesuit, Whom King James II. sent, in the time of his Sickness, in Yorkshire, to convert him to the Romish Religion. The Second Edition. Villiers , George
Fitz-gerrald , Father
Ferdinando Burleigh (London)
Anne Dodd I (London)
1714 The Second Edition.
25773 A congratulatory letter to the Reverend Mr. Patrick Smith, M.A. vicar of Great Paxton, Huntingtonshire. Upon the publication of his laborious, learned, and excellent treatise, entituled, a preservative against Quakerism. By a Gentleman. Bockett , Elias
1731
15606 A Connected History of The Life and Divine Mission of Jesus Christ, as recorded in The Narratives of the Four Evangelists: with Notes, selected from the short-hand papers Of the late Reverend Newcome Cappe. To which are added, Reflections arising from the several subjects of each section. By Catharine Cappe. Cappe , Catharine
Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme (London)
Wilson and Son (York)
1809
4030 A country carpenter's confession of faith: with a few plain remarks on the age of reason. In a letter from Will Chip, carpenter, in Somersetshire, to Thomas Pain, stay-maker, in Paris. More , Hannah
Francis and Charles Rivington (London)
1794
4406 A country carpenter's confession of faith: with a few plain remarks on the Age of reason. In a letter from Will Chip, junior, carpenter, in Somersetshire, to Thomas Pain, stay-maker, in Paris. The third edition, corrected. More , Hannah
Francis and Charles Rivington (London)
1795 The third edition, corrected.
1839 A course of lectures for Sunday evenings. Containing religious advice to young persons. In two volumes. Volume II. Kilner , Mary Ann
1790
25433 A critical dissertation on Titus iii. 10,11. Wherein Mr. Foster's notion of heresy is consider'd, and confuted. And the power of the Church to censure hereticks is vindicated. By Tipping Silvester, M. A. Fellow of Pembroke College Oxon, and Lecturer of St. Bartholomew the Great. Silvester , Tipping
1735
25529 A defence of the essay for a review of the Book of Common Prayer, so far as relates to the Athanasian creed. In answer to a letter in the Weekly Miscellany of Octob. 19th last. Wherein Every Argument made use of by the Letter-Writer, is fairly Considered, and clearly Refuted. And that the Nicene Creed is sufficient to secure the Christian Faith from all Heresies, especially the Arian, is fully demonstrated from Athanasius himself. By the author of the essay. Unknown ,
Thomas Cooper (London)
1734
25325 A defence of the late learned Dr. Clarke's notion of natural liberty: in answer to three letters wrote to him by a gentleman at the University of Cambridge, on the side of necessity. Together with some remarks on Mr. Locke's chapter of power. By S. Strutt, of the Inner Temple. Strutt , Samuel
Thomas Green (London)
1730
25172 A defence of the two letters to Mr. Tong, Mr. Smith, Mr. Robinson, & Mr. Reynolds, against Mr. Fancourt's Enthusiasm retorted. By Thomas Morgan. Morgan , Thomas
James Roberts [Warwick Lane] (London)
Anne Dodd I (London)
1723
7312 A description of a set of prints taken from the New Testamenc [sic]. Contained in a set of easy lessons. By Mrs. Trimmer. Trimmer , Sarah
1790
7320 A description of a set of prints taken from the New Testament, contained in a set of easy lessons. By Mrs. Trimmer. Trimmer , Sarah
William Sleater II [Dame Street] (Dublin)
John Rice [2 College Green] (Dublin)
John Marshall [Aldermary] (London)
1795
7310 A description of a set of prints taken from the New Testament. Contained in a set of easy lessons. By Mrs. Trimmer. Trimmer , Sarah
1800
25940 A dialogue between a Protestant and a Quaker. To which is added, a short examination concerning the scandalous custom of wearing white-pouder'd perriwigs by the most modern divines. By Petrus de Laat. de Laat , Petrus
James Roberts [Warwick Lane] (London)
Mrs. Billingsley (London)
Anne Dodd I (London)
1725
14700 A dialogue between old Mr. Pious and Madam Finic his wife; occasioned by young Spoil-Text preaching his approbation sermon; who was made an able minister Of A Very New Test Ament: by The Rev. And Learned Dr. Know-Little, Dr. Grimace, Dr. Strut, and Dr. Reader, Heads Of The Academy, At -- , compiled from some fragments found amongst th papers of the late Mr. Thomas Gurney, Author of The Perfections of God a standing Rule to try all Doctrines and Experience by; The Mongrel Preacher, and other Poems. By one of his intimate friends. Martha Gurney (London)
1788