A Defence of Methodism: delivered extemporary, in a public debate, (but now considerably enlarged) held in London, December 12, 19, and 26, 1785, on the following question, "Have the Methodists done most good or evil?" : What hath God wrought
Philadelphia:. Printed by Henry Tuckniss, no. 25, Church-Alley, and sold by John Dickins, no. 50, North Second Street, near Arch Street.,. 1795. 44,  p. ;.
A defence of modern spiritualism.
Wallace, Alfred Russel,
Boston, . Colby and Rich,. 1874.. iv, -63 p..
¬A¬ defence of Mr. John Cotton from the imputation of selfe contradiction ...
A defence of Mr. John Cotton from the imputation of selfe contradiction, charged on him by Mr. Dan. Cavvdrey
Cotton, John, ; Owen, John,
Oxford. Printed by H. Hall for T. Robinson,. 1658.. 2 pts. in 1 vol. (100, 83 p.).
¬A¬ defence of Mr. Locke's opinion concerning personal identity: In answer to the first of a late essay on that subject
¬A¬ defence of my uncle: Translated from the French of M. de Voltaire
London. printed for S. Bladon. 1768. ,vii,,172p..
¬A¬ defence of natural and revealed religion: being an abridgement of the sermons preached at the lecture founded by Rob. Boyle by Bentley, Kidder
¬A¬ defence of natural and revealed religion: being a collection of the sermons preached at the lecture founded by the Honourable Robert Boyle, Esq; (from the year 1691 to the year 1732.) ... In three volumes
London. [printed [by Charles Ackers] for D. Midwinter, R. Wilkin, A. Bettesworth and C. Hitch, J. and J. Pemberton, W. Innys and R. Manby [and 14 others in London]. 1739. 3v.
A Defence of Natural and Revealed Religion: Being a Collection of the Sermons preached at the Lecture founded by the Honourable Robert Boyle, Esq; (From the Year 1691 to the Year 1732)
A defence of natural and revealed religion: being an abridgment of the sermons preached at the lecture founded by Robert Boyle
Boyle, Robert ; Burnet, Gilbert ; Pyle, Andrew
Reprint. from the 1737 ed. Bristol [u.a.]. Thoemmes. 2000. Philosophy and Christian thought in Britain, 1700 - 1900.
ISBN 1-85506-813-3 (4-volumes-set)
¬A¬ Defence of Natural and Revealed Religion: Being an Abridgment Of The Sermons Preached at the Lecture founded by The Hon.ble Robert Boyle, Esq. ...
London. Bettesworth and Hitch. 1737.
¬A¬ Defence of natural and revealed religion being an abrigdement of the sermons preached at the Lecture founded by Robert Boyle, by Bentley Kidder Williams, Gastrell, Harris ...: in four Volumes, with a general Index
A defence of New Jersey in relation to the Camden and Amboy railroad and its privileges.
Washington, . Gideon & Pearson, printers,. 1864.. cover-title, 13 p..
¬A¬ defence of N. Smith against a reply to his discussion of some pointes tought by Mr. Doctour Kellison
Rouen. Courant. 1630.
¬A¬ defence of our arguments against kneeling
A defence of our constitution in church and state: or an answer to the late churge of the Non-Jurors
London, . 1717..
A defence of poetry
London. Oxford University Press. 1966. 112 p..
A defence of Potter, or when religion is not religion: an analysis of the censoring of the Harry Potter books
A defence of prejudice,: and other essays,
Hibben, John Grier,
New York, . C. Scribner's Sons,. 1911.. 4 p. l., 183 p..
A defence of prejudice,: and other essays.
Hibben, John Grier,
Freeport, N.Y., . Books for Libraries Press. [1970, c1911]. 183 p..
A defence of prejudice, and other essays,
Hibben, John Grier,
New York, . C. Scribner's sons,. 1921.. 4 p. l., 183 p..
¬A¬ defence of priestes mariages agaynst T. Martin
London. Jugge. 1567.
¬A¬ defence of public education: addressed to the Lord Bishop of Meath ; in answer to a charge annexed to his Lordship's discourse preached at St. Paul's ...
3. edition. London. 1802.
A defence of Quakerism: or, an answer to a book intituled A preservative against Quakerism; written by Patrick Smith, M.A. and Vicar, as he stiles himself, of Great Paxton in Huntingtonshire. In which answer, his charges against the Quakers of deism, enthusiasm, heresy, and schism, are considered and refuted... with an appendix...
Besse, Joseph, ; Sowle, J.
London. Printed and sold by ... J. Sowle,. 1732.. vii, 416, xvii p. ;.
A defence of religious liberty;: comprehending, I. The introduction; containing a true state of the matters judged upon by the late Consociation, from their rise until laid before that venerable body. II. Protestation against the doings and procedure of Consociation at West-Stafford, with the reasons of it at large. III. Strictures on the report of a certain anonymous committee. Concluding with an Address to the Reverend elders of the late Consociation at Stafford, and an Address to the people of Connecticut.
Foster, Isaac, ; Foster, Dan,
Massachusetts-Bay: Worcester,. printed by Isaiah Thomas.,. MDCCLXXX. . 192 p. ;.
¬A¬ defence of reveal'd religion against the exceptions of a late writer, in his book intituled, Christianity as old as the creation ...
3. ed.. London. 1732.
A defence of revealed religion: against the exceptions of a late writer, in his book, intituled, Christianity as old as the creation. By John Conybeare, ..
The fourth edition. Dublin. printed for Messrs. Grierson, M'Kenzie, and Moore. 1788. ,329,p..
¬A¬ defence of revelation in general: and the gospel in particular; in answer to the objections advanced in a late book, entitled, The morality of the New Testament digested under various heads, &c. &c. and subscribed, A rational Christian
London. printed for W. Sandby. 1766. ,ix,,344p..
¬A¬ Defence of Russia and the Christians of Turkey: including a sketch of the eastern question from 1686 to august 1877, with its best solution, 'The reconstruction of the Greek empire ... ; with an original cartoon of the Turkish atrocities, and a map of Turkey ; [nebst] App.
Sinclair, John George Tollemache
London. Chapman & Hall. 1877. 8-o.
¬A¬ defence of ryme: against a pamphlet entitled Observations in the art of English poesie; 1603
Reprod. from the series Bodley Head quartos, publ. by John Lane ..., London between 1922 and 1926. Edinburgh. Univ. Pr.. 1966. VII, 43, 45 S.. Elizabethan and Jacobean quartos ; 14.
¬A¬ defence of scripture doctrines, as understood by the Church of England; in reply to a pamphlet, entitled, "Scripture the only guide to religious truth;" ... In a series of letters to Mr. D. Eaton. By the Rev. John Graham
York. printed by William Blanchard: and sold by J. Mathews, London; W. Tesseyman, and the rest of the booksellers, in York; Binns, Leeds; Edwards, Halifax; Ware, Whitehaven; and by the booksellers in Hull, Scarborough, &c. Anno. 1800.
¬A¬ defence of Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet" against modern criticism
1876. 31 S..
A defence of some proceedings lately depending in Parliament, to render more effectual the act for quieting the possession of the subject, commonly called the Nullum tempus act.
London, . Printed for J. Almon,. 1771.. 1 p.l., 5-52 p..
A defence of Southern slavery: against the attacks of Henry Clay and Alex'r. Campbell, in which much of the false philanthropy and mawkish sentimeetalism [sic] of the abolitionists is met and refuted : in which it is moreover shown that the association of the white and black races in the relation of master and slave is the appointed order of God, as set forth in the Bible, and constitutes the best social condition of both races, and the only true principle of republicanism
Brookes, Iveson L., ; Clay, Henry, ; Campbell, Alexander,
Hamburg, S.C.. Printed by Robinson and Carlisle,. 1851. 46 p. ;.
¬A¬ defence of that most ancient ordinance of God, the sabbath day
2. ed.. Amsterdam. 1632.
A defence of the American policy: as opposed to the encroachments of foreign influence, and especially to the interference of the papacy in the political interests and affairs of the United States
Whitney, Thomas R.
New York. De Witt & Davenport,. . 369 p.
A defence of the American policy, as opposed to the encroachments of foreign influence,: and especially to the interference of the papacy in the political interests and affairs of the United States.
Whitney, Thomas R.
New York, . De Witt & Davenport. . 369 p..
A defence of the answer and arguments of the Synod met at Boston in the year 1662.: Concerning the subject of baptism, and consociation of churches. Against the reply made thereto, by the Reverend Mr. John Davenport, Pastor of the church at New-Haven, in his treatise entituled, Another essay for investigation of the truth, &c. : Together with an answer to the apologetical preface set before that essay.
Mather, Richard, ; Mitchel, Jonathan,
Cambridge [Mass.]:. Printed by S. Green and M. Johnson for Hezekiah Usher of Boston.,. 1664. , 46, 102,  p. ;.
A defence of the answer made unto the nine questions or positions sent from New-England, against the reply thereto by that reverend servant of Christ, Mr. John Ball, entituled, A tryall of the new church-way in New-England and in old: when, beside a more full opening of sundry particulars concerning liturgies, power of the keys, matter of the visible church, &c., is more largely handled that controversie concerning the catholick, visible church : tending to cleare up the old-way of Christ in New-England churches
Allin, John, ; Shepard, Thomas,
London. Printed by R. Cotes for Andrew Crooke ...,. 1648.. , 211 p..
¬A¬ defence of the Apologie of the Churche of Englande: conteininge an answeare to a certaine booke lately set foorthe by M. Hardinge, and entituled, A confutation of &c. By Iohn Iewel Bishop of Sarisburie
Jewel, John ; Jewel, John ; Harding, Thomas
Imprinted at London. In Fleetestreate, at the signe of the Elephante, by Henry VVykes. Anno 1567. 27. Octobris.
A defence of the Appendix. Or A reply to certaine authorities alleaged in answere to a catalogue of Catholike professors, called, An appendix to the Antitdote
S.l. . Printed at the English College Press] Permissu superiorum .
A defence of the appendix to the Antidote
[St. Omer]. 1624.
A defence of the Baptists: against the aspersions & misrepresentations of Mr. Peter Edwards, late pastor of the Baptist Church, at Portsea, Hants. In his book, entitled Candid reasons, for renouncing the principles of antipædobaptism. In a series of letters. By Joseph Jenkins, D.D
London. printed by J. Barfield; and sold by J. Martin; W. Button; T. Knott; J. Murray; T. Gardiner; D. Taylor, and Messrs. Whitewood and Horsey, at Portsea. 1795. iv,,129,p..
A defence of the Brief history of the Unitarians,
London : Printed in the year 1691.. 55 p..
¬A¬ defence of the Catholyke cause
¬A¬ defence of the cesarean operation, with observations on embryulcia, and the section of the symphysis pubis, addressed to Mr. W. Simmons, of Manchester, author of Reflections on the propriety of performing the cæsarean operation. ... By John Hull
Manchester. printed by R. and W. Dean (successors to Mr. G. Nicholson) And sold by R. Bickerstaff, London; W. Mudie, Edinburgh; and I. and W. Clarke, Manchester. . 229,p.,plates.
¬A¬ defence of the charter
London. Baldwin. [1683?]. 48 S..
A defence of the charter and municipal rights of the city of London: and the rights of other municipal cities and towns of England, directed to the citizens of London
London. Printed and are to be sold by Richard Baldwin ...,. . , 46 p. ;.
A Defence of the Christian doctrines of the Society of Friends: being a reply to the charge of denying the three that bear record in Heaven, the divinity and atonement of our lord and saviour Jesus Christ, and the authenticity and divine authority of the holy scriptures, recently revived against the early Quakers, by the followers of Elias Hicks : in two parts : the first part containing a refutation of a pamphlet lately published, entitled "The sandy foundation shaken, &c. to which are added, Extracts from the writings of divers of our primitive Friends on the divinity of Christ, atonement, the scriptures, &c." : in which the compilers' mutilations and perversions of the language and meaning of the authors whom they quote, are detected and exposed : part second, consisting of extracts from the writings of Fox, Penn, Barclay, Pennington, Whitehead, Claridge and others, showing the consistency of their belief with the doctrines of holy scripture.
Philadelphia. [s.n.],. 1825.. 347 p. ;.
¬A¬ defence of the Christian revelation: on two very important points; as contained, in one treatise, intituled, Observations on the history and evidences of the resurrection of Jesus Christ; by Gilbert West, ... And in another, intituled, Observations on the conversion and apostleship of St. Paul, by the Honourable George Lyttelton, ... In a letter to Gilbert West, Esq;
West, Gilbert ; Lyttelton, George Lyttelton
London. printed by voluntary subscription; in order to be dispersed in His Majesty's colonies and islands in America. 1748. iv,246,p..
¬A¬ defence of the churches and ministery of Englande
[Mikrofilm-Ausg.]. Middelburgh. Schilders. 1599.
A defence of the churches [sic] right in leasehold estates: in answer to a book, called, An enquiry into the customary estates and tenant-rights of those who hold lands of the church and other foundations, &c. and published under the name of Everard Fleetwood, Esq.
London. Printed for W. Innys,. 1731.. 36,  p. ;.
A defence of the Church of England, from the charge of schism and heresie as laid against it by the vindicator of the deprived bishops
London. Printed, and sold by Randal Taylor,. 1693.. , 23,  p..
A defence of the conduct of Commodore Morris during his command in the Mediterranean: with strictures on the report of the court of enquiry held at Washington.
Morris, Richard Valentine,
New York. Printed for I. Riley and Co.,. 1804.. 98 p..
A defence of the constitution of England against the libels that have been lately published on it;
London, . Printed for R. Baldwin,. 1791.. 2 p..
¬A¬ defence of the constitution ... of the United States
¬A¬ defence of the constitutions of government in the United Staates against the attack of M. Turgot in his letter to Dr. Price, dated 22nd March, 1778: in three volumes
¬A¬ defence of the constitutions of government of the United States of America: against the attack of M. Turgot in his letter to Dr. Price, dated the 22nd day of March, 1778
A DEFENCE OF THE CONSTITUTIONS OF GOVERNMENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA : AGAINST THE ATTACK OF M. TURGOT IN HIS LETTER TO DR. PRICE, DATED 22ND MARCH, 1778 ; IN 3 VOLUMES / JOHN ADAMS
REPR. OF THE 3. ED., PHILADELPHIA, 1797.. AALEN. SCIENTIA-VERL.. 1979. VOL. 1-3..
¬A¬ defence of the constitutions of government of the United States of America against the attack of M. Turgot in his letter to Dr. Price, dated 22nd March, 1778: In 3 vols
Reprint of the ed. Philadelphia 1797. Aalen. Scientia Verl.. 1979.
A defence of the constitutions of government of the United States of America against the attack of M. Turgot in his letter to Dr. Price, dated the twenty-second day of March, 1778
London. Stockdale,. 1794. 3 vol..
A defence of the courage: honour, and loyalty of the Irish nation, in answer to the scandalous reflections of the Free Briton and others. In a letter to that author, by Charles Forman, Esq
London. printed by J. Watson, and sold by the booksellers of London and Westminster. 1731. 63,p.
A defence of the courage, honour and loyalty of the Irish Nation,: in answer to the scandalous reflections of the Free Briton and others. In a letter to that author.
London. Printed by J. Watson,. 1731.. 63 p..
A defence of the decree of the National Convention of France for emancipating the slaves in the West Indies
London. Sold by M. Gurney and D.J. Eton,. [1790?]. 16 p..
A defence of the dialogue intitled, A display of God's special grace.: Against the exceptions made to it by the Rev. Mr. A. Crosswell. In a letter to him from the author of that book. : [Three lines from Galatians]
Boston:. Printed by J. Draper, for S. Eliot in Cornhil.,. 1743. , 46 p. ;.
A defence of the discourse concerning the idolatry practised in the Church of Rome: in answer to a book entituled, Catholicks no idolators
London. Printed by Robert White for Henry Mortlock ...,. 1676.. 2 v. (, 347, ; 349-877 p.).
A defence of the Divine right of infant-baptism.: Wherein are consider'd, the consequences of embracing anti-pedobaptism. The antiquity of the practice of baptising infants. The covenant-interest of the infant children of believers; and the argument grounded on this for their title to baptism. The texts of Scripture, alledg'd as confirming evidences of their title. And the lawfulness of the mode of administring baptism by affusion or sprinkling. Being in reply to Dr. John Gill's book, intitled, The Divine right of infant-baptism examined and disproved. And in vindication of the late Mr. Jonathan Dickinson's Brief illustration and confirmation of the Divine right of infant-baptism.
Boston, New-England:. Printed and sold by S. Kneeland, in Queen-Street,,. 1752. , vi, 453,  p. ;.
A defence of the divinity and merrits of Jesus Christ: in which the godhead of our Saviour is clearly proved from Scripture testimony, and also, that his blood fully merrited salvation, for all true believers; notwithstanding the Socinian doctrine to the contrary: both which propositions are set fourth [sic] in a plain and firmiliar [sic] light, and all rational objections to those doctrines are fully obviated.
Springfield [Mass.]:. Printed [by Edward Gray],,. M,DCC,XCV. . 23,  p. ;.
A defence of the doctrin and holy rites of the Roman Catholic Church from the calumnies and cavils of Dr. Burnet's Mystery of iniquity unveiled: wherein is shewed the conformity of the present Catholic Church with that of the purest timespagan idolatry truly stated, the imputation of it clearly confuted, and reasons are given why Catholics avoid the Reformation : with a postscript to Dr. R. Cudworth
London. Printed by Henry Hills ... and are sold at his printing house ...,. 1688.. , 325,  p..
A defence of the doctrine and discipline of the Church of England.: In two parts. Containing the objections of dissenters ... and fully answer'd from scripture ... With an introduction, giving a succinct history of the separation thro' the several reigns of our kings and queens. Being a compleat system of the whole controversie. First written in Latin for the use of foreigners,
London. Printed for Jonas Brown; and John Watts,. 1715.. 12 p. l., 355 p..
A defence of the doctrine and practice of the Church of England,: against some modern innovations with respect to I. The supremacy of the crown. II. The sacrament of the Lord's Supper as a sacrifice. III. Baptism administer'd by lay-men invalid. IV. The necessity and authority of sacerdotal absolution. In a letter to a friend.
Turner, John, ; Turner, John Thomas, ; Turner, Thomas,
London: . Printed for John Morphew, near Stationers Hall,. 1712.. 64 p..
A defence of the doctrine of grace: in a series of letters to Judge Davidge : in reply to that gentleman's publication addressed to the "Advocates of a partial Gospel"
Shelbyville, Ky.. Printed by Cox & Ballard,. 1816.. 47 p. ;.
A defence of the doctrine of justification by faith ; A confession of my faith, and a reason of my practice ; Differences in judgment about water-baptism, no bar to communion ; Peaceable principles and true ; A case of conscience resolved ; Questions about the nature and perpetuity of the seventh-day Sabbath
Bunyan, John, ; Underwood, T. L.
Oxford. Clarendon Press ;. 1989.. lv, 408 p..
¬A¬ defence of the doctrine of the resurrection of the same body. In two parts. In the first of which the character, writings ... of Mr. Lock are ... considered: and, in the second, the doctrine of the resurrection ... is ... explained ... By Winch Holdsworth
London. printed for Charles Rivington. 1727.
¬A¬ defence of the doctrines, establishment, and conduct, of the Church of England, from the charges of the Rev. Joseph Berington, and the Rev. John Milner. By James Williamson
Oxford. printed for D. Prince and J. Cooke; sold by G. G. J. and J. Robinson, London. 1790.
<<A>> defence of the doctrine touching the spring and Weight of the air
London . printed by M. Flesher.... 1682. 117 S..
A defence of the doings of the reverend Consociation and Association of New-Haven County, respecting Mr. Philemon Robbins of Branford: or, An answer to Mr. Robbins's Plain narrative and the remarks annexed thereunto.: Wherein many of the false representations of that narrative are corrected, the plain truth is faithfully declared; and the insufficiency of the remarker's essay to vindicate Mr. Robbins is discovered.
[New London, Conn.]. Printed [by Timothy Green] for the Consociation & Association of N. Haven County,. 1748. , 118 p. ;.
Guidelines for the evaluation of drug prevention: Wherein many of rtheevaluationofdrugprevention
Luxembourg . Office for Official Publications of the European Communities. 1998. 96 s..
¬A¬ defence of the ecclesiastical discipline ordayned of God to be used in his church, against a replie of Maister Bridges
¬A¬ defence of the Essay of human understanding: written by Mr. Lock. Wherein its principles with reference to morality, reveal'd religion, and the immortality of the soul, [sic] are consider'd and justify'd: in answer to some remarks on that Essay
London. printed for Will. Turner, and John Nutt. 1702.
A defence of the Examination of a book, entituled, A brief account of many of the prosecutions of the people call'd Quakers, &c. so far as the clergy of the Diocese of London are concern'd in it: in answer to a late pamphlet publish'd by the Quakers, by way of vindication of that part of their Brief account.
Hayter, Thomas, ; Besse, Joseph,
London. Printed for J. Roberts ...,. 1737.. 74 p. ;.
A defence of the Examination of a book, entituled, A brief account of many of the prosecutions of the people called Quakers, &c.: so far as the clergy of the diocese of St.David's are concerned in it : in answer to a late pamphlet publish'd by the Quakers by way of vindication of that part of their Brief account.
London. Printed for J.Roberts ...,. 1740.. , 29,  p. ;.
¬A¬ defence of the expectations theory as a model of US long term interest rates
Sutton, Gregory D.
Basle. Bank for Internat. Settlements, Monetary and Economic Dep.. 2000. 17 S.. BIS working papers ; 85.
¬A¬ defence of the experiments to determine the comparative value of the principal varieties of fuel used in the United States, and also in Europe: containing a correspondence with a committee of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
Philadelphia. J. Dobson. 1828. 51 p..
¬A¬ defence of the exposition of the doctrine of the Church of England
London. Chiswell. 1686. 198 S..
¬A¬ defence of the government established in the Church of Englande for ecclesiastical matters
London. Chard. 1587.
A Defence Of The History Of Infant-Baptism Against the Reflections Of Mr. Gale and Others: With An Appendix containing the Additions and Alterations in the Third Edition of the History of Infant-Baptism, that are most Material
London. Bonwicke [u.a.]. 1720.  Bl., 453, 25 S..
¬A¬ defence of The history of infant-baptism against the reflections of Mr. Gale and others. With an appendix ... By William Wall
London. [printed for R. Bonwicke, T. Goodwin, J. Walthoe, S. Wotton, S. Manship, R. Wilkin [and 3 others in London]. 1720.
¬A¬ defence of the holy scriptures, worship and ministerie against M. Smyth
[Mikrofilm-Ausg.]. Amsterdam. Thorp. 1609.
A defence of the humble remonstrance, against the frivolous and false exceptions of Smectymnvvs: wherein the right of leiturgie and episcopacie is clearly vindicated from the vaine cavils, and challenges of the answerers
Hall, Joseph, ; Scultetus, Abraham,
London. Printed for Nathaniel Butter ...,. 1641.. , 168, , 171-188 p..
A defence of Their Majesties King William and Queen Mary, against an infamous and Jesuitical libel entituled, A true portraicture of William Henry, Prince of Nassau ...
London. Printed for John Taylor ... and publish't by R. Baldwin ...,. 1689. , 62,  p.
A defence of Their Majesties King William and Queen Mary against an infamous and Jesuitical libel, entituled A true portraicture of William Henry, Prince of Nassau &c.: wherein I. The necessity of the expedition, II. The piety of the design, III. The justice of His Majesties proceedings are fully vindicated ...
Jurieu, Pierre, ; R. S. ; Arnauld, Antoine,
London. Printed for John Taylor ...,. 1689.. , 62,  p. ;.
¬A¬ defence of the judgment of the reformed Churches: [touching adultery and remarriage]
[Mikrofilm-Ausg.]. S.l.. 1609.
¬A¬ defence of the late Lord Bollingbroke's [sic] Letters on the study and use of history. By M. Voltaire. Translated from the French
London. printed for J. Nourse. 1753. 56p.
A defence of the late Lord Russel's innocency: by way of answer or confutation of a libellous pamphlet intituled, An antidote against poyson : with two letters of the author of this book, upon the subject of His Lordship's tryal : together with an argument in the great case concerning elections of members to Parliament, between Sr. Samuel Barnardiston bar. plaintiff, and Sr. Will. Soames, sheriff of Suffolk, defend., in the Court of Kings-Bench, in an action upon the case, and afterwards by error sued in the Exchequer-chamber
London. Printed for Timothy Goodwin ...,. 1689. , 3-51 p.
¬A¬ defence of the lawfull calling of the ministers of reformed churches
Middelburgh. Schilders. 1614.
A Defence of the legislative constitution of the province of Pennsylvania, as it now stands confirmed and established, by law and charter.: With some observations on the proceedings published by sixteen members of Assembly, in a paper, entitled, The votes and proceedings of the House of Representatives: : recommended to the consideration of all the free-men of the province
Lloyd, David, ; Swift, John,
[Philadelphia. Printed by Andrew Bradford,. 1728]. 11,  p. ;.
A defence of the letter to Dr. Waterland ; against the false and frivolous cavils of the author of the reply
A defence of the liturgy of the Church of England: being an answer to the book of divers ministers of sundry counties, entituled, reasons shewing the necessity of reformation of the publick doctrine and worship &c
London. Printed for T. Garthwait at the little North-door of St. Pauls Church. 1661.
A defence of the measures of the administration of Thomas Jefferson
[Repr. of the ed.] Washington 1804. Union, NJ. Lawbook Exchange. 1999. 136 S..
ISBN 1-88636-397-8 cloth : acid-free paper
¬A¬ Defence of the Minority in the House of Commons
¬A¬ defence of the missionaries arts
London. Wilde. 1689.
A defence of the Observation on the charter and conduct of the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts against an anonymous pamphlet falsly intitled, A candid examination of Dr. Mayhew's Observations, &c. and also against the letter to a friend annexed thereto, said to contain a short vindication of said Society.
Boston. Printed and sold by R. and S. Draper, in Newbury Street; Edes and Gill, in Queen-Street; and T. & J. Fleet, in Cornhill,. 1763.. 144 p..
A defence of the Observations on the charter and conduct of the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts: against an anonymous pamphlet falsly [!] intitled, a candid examination of Dr. Mayhew's Observations, &c. and also against the Letter to a friend annexed thereto, said to contain a short vindication of said Society, by one of its members
Boston. Printed and sold by R. and S. Draper. 1763. 144 p.
A defence of the Old Testament,: in a series of letters addressed to Thomas Paine, author of a book entitled, The age of reason, part the second, being an investigation of true and fabulous theology.
New York:. Printed by William A. Davis, 26 Moore Street, for Naphtali Judah, bookseller, no. 47, Water Street.,. 1797. 240 p. ;.
A defence of the Old Testament,: in a series of letters, addressed to Thomas Paine, author of a book entitled, "The age of reason, part the second, being an investigation of true and fabulous theology."
Philadelphia:. Printed and sold by Hogan & M'Elroy, no. 222, South Third-Street, a few doors below South Street.,. 1798. 207,  p. ;.
¬A¬ defence of theological ethics
Woods, George F.
Cambridge. Univ. Press. 1966. VII,135 S.. Hulsean lectures. ; 1964..
A defence of the Parliament of 1640. and the people of England against King Charles I. and his adherents: containing a short account of some of the many illegal, arbitrary, Popish and tyrannical actions of King Charles I. unjustly called the pious martyr; together with the following tracts, &c. 1. The Pope's letter to King Charles ... 14. To give a clear demonstration of this holy martyr's religion and piety, see his declaration for the lawfulness of sports and pastimes on the Lord's Day, printed at large in this book
London. [s.n.],. printed, 1698. , 58 p.
A defence of the people denominated Methodists, being the substance of an oration, delivered at the Westminster forum, on Monday evening, the 24th of April, 1797, on the discussion of the following question: "Ought the people denominated Methodists, to be considered as artful hypocrites, gloomy enthusiasts, and contracted bigots, or men of genuine piety, who have revived the great work of religion among mankind?" By J. Hiedrich Wilhelm
Prince, J. H.
7. Aufl., 30. -31. Tsd.. Reinbek bei Hamburg. Rowohlt. 1999. 160 S..
ISBN 3-499-50164-3 kart. : DM 10.90
¬A¬ defence of the people denominated Methodists, being the substance of an oration, delivered at the Westminster forum, on Monday evening, the 24th of April, 1797, on the discussion of the following question: "Ought the people denominated Methodists, to be considered as artful hypocrites, gloomy enthusiasts, and contracted bigots, or men of genuine piety, who have revived the great work of religion among mankind?" By J. H. Prince
Prince, John Henry
London. printed for the author, and sold by Baynes; George Lister; C. Kennedy; Teulon; and Duncan. 1797. 24p.
A defence of the people, or, Full confutation of the pretended facts, advanc'd in a late huge, angry pamphlet call'd Faction detected: in a letter to the author of that weighty performance.
London. Printed for J. Robinson ...,. 1744.. , 150 p. ;.
A defence of the people, or, Full confutation of the pretended facts, advanc'd in a late huge, angry pamphlet, called Faction detected: in a letter to the author of that weighty performance.
London. Printed for J. Robinson ...,. 1744.. , 150 p. ;.
A defence of the political and parliamentary conduct of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke.
London. Printed for D.I. Eaton ...,. 1794.. , 35,  p. ;.
¬A¬ Defence Of The Prime Ministry And Character of Joseph: In Answer to the Misrepresentations and Calumnies Of The Late Thomas Morgen, M.D. and Moral Philosopher. By Samuel Chandler
London. Noon. 1743.  Bl., S. 257-610.
A defence of the principles of the "Summer-morning's conversation -- concerning the doctrine of original sin.": Against the exceptions of the author of the "Winter evening's conversation vindicated." Wherein the said doctrine is further illustrated and confirmed, by valid Scripture, reason, and antiquity. Concluded with an expostulatory address.
Boston:. Printed and sold by Edes and Gill in Queen-Street,,. 1760.. 160,  p. ;.
¬A¬ defence of the proceedings of the right reverend the visitor
London. Bennet. 1691. 60 S..
A defence of the profession of an actor ...
London, . W. Miller,. 1800.. 2 p..
¬A¬ defence of the reasons of the counter poyson for maintenance of the Eldership
Middelburg. Schilders. 1586.