A discourse, in two parts, delivered at Hindsdale, July 29, 1792; and the Sabbath after at Chesterfield: occasioned by the death of Mrs. Abigail Gay. Who departed this life July 15th, 1792.
Gay, Bunker,
Printed at Greenfield, Massachusetts,. by Thomas Dickman.,. MDCCXCII. [1792]. 24 p. ;.

<<A>> discourse in vindication of the doctrine of the trinity
Stillingfleet, Edward
Bristol . Thoemmes Press. 2000. 292 S..

¬A¬ discourse made by the Ld Bishop of Rochester: to the clergy of his diocese, at his visitation in the year 1695. ..
Sprat, Thomas
[London]. In the Savoy: printed by John Nutt. 1710. 63,[1]p..

¬A¬ discourse made by Thomas Sprat
Sprat, Thomas
Savoy. Jones. 1696. 70 S..

A discourse occasion'd by the small-pox and plague now reigning in Europe. Being the substance of two sermons preach'd in Bristol. By Strickland Gough, ...
Gough, Strickland
London. printed for, and are to be sold by Joseph Penn bookseller, in Bristol. 1711. 28p..

A discourse, occasioned by the death, and delivered at the funeral, of Mrs. Mary Clap, relict of the late Rev. President Clap.: Who departed this life September 23d, 1769, in the LXVIth year of her age.
Whittelsey, Chauncey,
New-Haven:. Printed by Thomas and Samuel Green.,. [1769].. 24 p. ;.

A discourse, occasioned by the death, and delivered at the funeral of the Reverend Mr. David Parsons,: Pastor of the church in Amherst. Who departed this life, January 1, 1781. In the sixty-ninth year of his age.
Breck, Robert, ; Breck, Robert,
Springfield [Mass.]:. Printed by Babcock & Haswell,,. M.DCC.LXXXIII. [1783]. 64 p. ;.

A discourse occasioned by the death of Col. James Morrison: delivered in the Episcopal Church, Lexington, Kentucky, May 19th, 1823,
Holley, Horace,
Lexington, . Printed by J. Bradford,. 1823.. 37 p..

A discourse occasioned by the death of Jacob Anderson;: being a summary of the doctrines of the Christian religion; delivered on the twenty-ninth of May, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-nine, at the house of the deceased, Amwell, New-Jersey.
Hunt, Garner A.,
Trenton:. Printed by Sherman, Mershon & Thomas.,. M,DCC,XCIX. [1799]. 11, [1] p. ;.

A discourse occasioned by the death of Mr. Jacob Holmes: at Amherst, Friday, July 22d, 1814 ...
Dunbar, Elijah,
Amherst [N.H.]. Printed by R. Boylston,. 1814.. 16 p..

A discourse occasioned by the d col. plates
Howard, Simeon,

A discourse occasioned by the death of Mrs. Elizabeth Howard,: who departed this life on Lord's Day morning, April 13, 1777, aged 43. Delivered the Lord's Day after her decease.
Howard, Simeon,
Boston, New-England:. Printed by T. & J. Fleet, and J. Gill.,. MDCCLXXVII. [1777].. 36 p. ;.

A discourse occasioned by the death of Mrs. Hannah Richards of Dedham,: who departed this life on the 8th of February, 1770. In the 83d. year of her age. Delivered the Lord's Day after her interment.
Haven, Jason,
Boston:. Printed by Richard Draper, in Newbury-Street.,. M,DCC,LXX. [1770].. 32 p. ;.

A discourse occasioned by the death of Rev'd. James McChord;: delivered in Market-Street Church, Lexington, Ky. Sabbath, 13th August, 1820. To which is added The address delivered at his interment.
Bishop, Robert H.
Lexington, . Printed by T.T. Skillman,. 1821.. 20 p..

A discourse occasioned by the death of the Hon. John Quincy Adams,: delivered in the Rowe street Baptist church, February 17, 1848.
Hague, William,
Boston, . W. D. Ticknor & company,. 1848. 22 p.

A discourse, occasioned by the death of the Honorable Jabez Hamlin, Esq;: who departed this life April 25th, 1791. ae. 82. Delivered on the ensuing Lord's Day, to the First Church and Society in Middletown.
Huntington, Enoch,
Middletown [Conn.]:. Printed by M.H. Woodward.,. M,DCC,XCI. [1791]. 24 p. ;.

A discourse occasioned by the death of the Honourable Stephen Sewall, Esq: Chief-justice of the Superiour Court of Judicature, Court of Assize, and General-Goal-Delivery; as also a member of His Majesty's Council for the province of the Massachusetts-Bay in New-England: who departed this life on Wednesday-night, September 10. 1760. Aetatis 58. Delivered the Lord's-Day after his decease. By Jonathan Mayhew, D.D. Pastor of the West-Church in Boston. [Two lines from Psalms]
Mayhew, Jonathan
Boston. Printed by Richard Draper, in Newbury-Street: Edes and Gill, in Queen-Street: and Thomas and John Fleet, in Cornhill. [MDCCLX. [1760]. 66,[2]p.

A discourse, occasioned by the death of the Reverand John Ewing, D.D.: late senior pastor of the First Presbyterian Congregation, of the city of Philadelphia, and provost of the University of Pennsylvania
Linn, John Blair,
Philadelphia. From the press of the late R. Aitken, by Jane Aitken, for John Conrad & Co.,. 1802.. 26 p..

A discourse, occasioned by the death of the Reverend George Whitefield, A.M.: late chaplain to the Right Honourable the countess of Huntingdon; delivered October 14, 1770, in the Second Presbyterian Church, in the city of Philadelphia,
Sproat, James, ; Watts, Isaac, ; Whitefield, George,
Philadelphia:. Printed and sold by W. and T. Bradford, at the London Coffee-House.,. M.DCC.LXXI. [1771]. [2], 25, [1] p. ;.

A discourse occasioned by the death of the Reverend John Ewing, D.D., late Senior Pastor of the First Presbyterian Congregation of the city of Philadelphia, and Provost of the University of Pennsylvania
Linn, John Blair,
Philadelphia. From the press of the late R. Aitken, by Jane Aitken, for John Conrad & Co.,. 1802.. 26 p. ;.

¬A¬ discourse occasioned by the death of the Reverend Jonathan Mayhew, D. D., ...: Who departed this life on Wednesday morning, July 9, 1766, aetatis 46. Delivered the Lord's day after his decease
Chauncy, Charles
Buchausg. Boston 1766. Ann Arbor, Mich.. Univ. Microfilms Internat.. 1978. 40 S.. American culture series. 3. ; 58,6..

A discourse occasioned by the death of the Reverend [!] Jonathan Mayhew, D.D., late pastor of the West-Church in Boston . who departed this life on Wednesday morning, July 9, 1766, aetatis 46; delivered the Lord's day after his decease
Chauncy, Charles.
Boston, Mass.. Draper, Edes and Gill {[u.a.],. 1766.. 40 S..

A discourse occasioned by the death of the Reverend Thomas Foxcroft, M.A., late colleague-pastor of the First Church of Christ in Boston, who departed this life on Lord's-Day forenoon, June 18. 1769, in the 73d year of his age: delivered the Lord's-Day after his decease
Chauncy, Charles,
Boston. Printed by Daniel Kneeland ...,. 1769.. 33 [i.e. 34], [4] p. ;.

A discourse occasioned by the death of the Reverned [sic] Jonathan Mayhew, D.D., late pastor of the West-Church in Boston, who departed this life on Wednesday morning, July 9, 1766, aetatis 46: delivered the Lord's day after his decease
Chauncy, Charles.
Boston. Printed by R. and S. Draper, Edes and Gill, and T. and J. Fleet,. 1766.. 40 S..

A discourse, occasioned by the loss of a number of vessels, with their mariners, belonging to the town of Marblehead; and delivered December 17, 1769, being a day appointed for a collection for the relief of those who were made widows and fatherless, by the affecting Providence.
Whitwell, William,
Salem [Mass.]:. Printed and sold by Samuel Hall, in the main street.,. 1770. 21, [3] p. ;.

A discourse occasioned by the mournful catastrophe, through fire, which overwhelmed and destroyed Mr. Andrew Brown, his wife, and three children.: Delivered in St. Paul's Church, Sunday afternoon, February 5, 1797.
Magaw, Samuel,
Philadelphia:. Printed by Ormrod & Conrad, 41, Chesnut-Street, for the benefit of the two young women, Mr. Brown's domestics, sufferers by the fire.,. [1797]. 22, [14] p. ;.

A discourse occasioned by the removal into eternity of the Rev. John Clowes, M.A.: Rector of St. John's, Manchester, and late fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge : in which are introduced some notices of his life, and some considerations on his conduct in accepting and advocating, as genuine illustrations of Scripture truth, the writings of the celebrated Emanuel Swedenborg : delivered at the New Jerusalem Church, Cross Street, Hatton Garden, on Sunday, June 19, 1831
Noble, Samuel,
London. Printed and published by J.S. Hodson,. 1831.. 43 p. ;.

¬A¬ discourse of all such fights, skirmishes, exploites, and other politike attempts which haue happened in France since the ariuall of the Duke of Parma, and the ioyning of his forces with the enemies: Wherein is most truelie declared the good successe of the Kings Maiestie, and the manner of the entrenching of the said Duke with all his forces in a moore, neere vnto the castle of Brou. Trulie translated, and published according to the originall sent by the French King to his embassador heere in England
Printed at London. By Thomas Scarlet, dwelling at the signe of the greene Dragon in Adling street, and are to be sold by William Wright. [1590]. 19, [1] p..

A discourse of a method for the well-guiding of reason, and the discovery of truth in the sciences.
Descartes, René,
London. Printed by Thomas Newcombe, for John Holden at the Anchour in the new Exchange,. 1649. [10], 127, [1] p.

A discourse of ancient and modern learning. Where, among other things, a new system of the human mind is propos'd; ... By Abbe Terracon, ... Translated from the French; with additional improvements and authorities ...
Terrasson, Jean
London. printed for J. Roberts. 1716. xlvii,[3],cxiip..

A discourse of baptism: in answer to the Reverend Mr. Stubs's sermon of publick baptism.
London. [s.n.],. 1705.. 19, [1] p. ;.

A discourse of baptisme
Taylor, Jeremy
[Anr. ed.]. London. Royston. 1653. 64 S..

A discourse of Bathe, and the hot waters there: also, some enquiries into the nature of the water of St. Vincent's rock, near Bristol; and that of Castle-Cary : to which is added, A century of observations, more fully declaring the nature, property, and distinction of the baths : with an account of the lives, and character, of the physicians of Bathe
Guidott, Thomas,
London. Printed for Henry Brome ...,. 1676.. [32], 200 p., [4] leaves of plates (2 folded, 1 double).

¬A¬ discourse of Christian religion
Cole, Thomas
London. Cockerill. 1692.

¬A¬ discourse of Christ's coming
Gale, Theophilus
London. Hancock. 1673. 228 S..

A discourse of church government ;: wherein the rights of the church and the supremacy of Christian princes are vindicated and adjusted /by John Potter.
Potter, John,
London. Printed for J. Knapton, R. Knaplock ...[etc.],. 1724.. 455 p. ;.

¬A¬ discourse of civill life: containing the ethike part of morall philosophie
Bryskett, Lodowick
London. Aspley. 1606.

A Discourse of courage: wherein it is made known according to truth, and the real nature thereof.
[London. s.n.],. 1690.. [4], 11 p..

A discourse of drinking healths.: Wherein the great evil of this prevailing custom is shewn; and the obligation which lieth upon all good Christians to suppress and discountenance it to the utmost of their power.
Browne, Peter, ; Hyde, John,
Dublin:. Printed for John Hyde ...,. 1716. viii, 9-217, [3] p. ;.

¬A¬ discourse of ecclesiastical laws
Nye, Philip
London. Cross. 1687. 40 S..

A discourse of ecclesiastical politic, wherein the authority of the civil magistrate over the consciences of subjects in matters of external religion is asserted: the mischiefs and inconveniences of toleration are represented and all pretenses pleaded in behalf of liberty of conscience are fully answered
Parker, Samuel
London. 1670.

¬A¬ discourse of ecclesiastical politie
Parker, Samuel
London. Martyn. 1670.

A discourse of ecclesiastical politie, wherein the authority of the civil magistrate over the consciences of subjects in matters of external religion is asserted, the mischiefs and inconveniences of toleration are represented, and all: pretenses pleaded in behalf of liberty of conscience are fully answered
Parker, Samuel
London, . 1670.

¬A¬ Discourse of Englisch poetrie: 1586
Webbe, William ; Arber, Edward
London. 1870. 96 S. ; 8-o. Engl. Reprints.

¬A¬ discourse of English poetrie: 1586
Webbe, William ; Arber, Edward
London. Murray. 1870. 96 S.. English reprints. ; 26..

¬A¬ discourse of faith
Cole, Thomas
London. Cockerill. 1689. 128 S..

A Discourse of fines: shewing by what easie, althought corrupt and unlawful, method of practice it may happen, that any person or his heirs in England, at one time or other, to be legally defrauded and disinherited by abuses in fines ...
T. L.,
[London?. Printed s.n.,. 1670?]. 12 p..

A discourse of fines: shewing how, and by whom, they ought to be levyed by the common and statute-laws of England, and the abuses, which by degrees have incroached in levying of them, as also the remedy, which the Star-Chamber gave to persons injured thereby, and by what means persons incapacitated by law, do often dispose of their estates, to the ruine of them and their families, by abuses in fines, for want of relief therein
T. L.,
[London. s.n.,. 1670?]. 11, [1] p. ;.

A discourse of free-thinking
Collins, Anthony
1713, Repr. New York [u.a.]. Garland. 1978. 114 S..
ISBN 0-8240-1764-1

¬A¬ discourse of free-thinking
Collins, Anthony ; Gawlick, Günter
Faks.-Neudr. d. Erstausg. London 1713. Stuttgart-Bad Cannstatt. Frommann. 1965. Getr. Zählung. Philosophie et communauté mondiale.

A discourse of fundamentals: being the substance of two charges delivered to the Middlesex-clergy, at the Easter-visitations of 1734 and 1735. By Daniel Waterland
Waterland, Daniel
Cambridge. printed for Cornelius Crownfield, and John Crownfield, London. 1735. Online-Ressource.

¬A¬ discourse of God's omniscience: Or, Concerning the benefit of living always under realizing apprehension of God's eye
Whitman, Samuel
[Mikrofiche-Ausg.]. New London,Conn.. T.Green. 1733. Evans 3733.

A discourse of God's omniscience; or, Concerning the benefit of living always under a realizing apprehension of God's eye.: From Genesis xvi. 13. She called the name of the Lord that spake unto her, thou God seest me. February, Anno 1732,3.
Whitman, Samuel,
N. London [i.e., New London, Conn.]:. Printed and sold by T. Green,,. 1733. [4], 26, [2] p. ;.

A discourse of licenses to preach: occasioned by a question propounded, viz., why many officers of the Church of England in the episcopal visitations urge the incumbents to take licenses to preach
Metford, James
London. Printed for H. Hindmarsh. 1698. 32 p..

A discourse of life and death
Mornay, Philippe de ; Pembroke, Mary H.
London. Ponsonby. 1592.

A discourse of life and death. VVritten in French by Ph. Mornay. Antonius, a trag\0153die written also in French by Ro. Garnier. Both done in English by the Countesse of Pembroke
Mornay, Philippe de ; Pembroke, Mary Sidney Herbert ; Aggas, Edward ; Garnier, Robert
At London. Printed [by John Windet] for William Ponsonby. 1592. Online-Ressource.

¬A¬ discourse of life and death. VVritten in French by Ph. Mornay. Antonius, a tragúdie written also in French by Ro. Garnier. Both done in English by the Countesse of Pembroke
Mornay, Philippe ¬de¬ ; Pembroke, Mary Sidney Herbert ; Aggas, Edward ; Garnier, Robert
At London. Printed [by John Windet] for William Ponsonby. 1592.

¬A¬ discourse of logomachys or controversys about words: To which is added a dissertation concerning meteors of stile, or false sublimity
Werenfels, Samuel
[Nachdr. d. Ausg. London, 1711]. Los Angeles. William Andrews Clark Memorial Libr. u.a.. 1980.

¬A¬ discourse of man's life comparing him to things that quickly passe: Ballad
London. G[osson]. [1629].

A discourse, of marriage and vviuing
Niccholes
London . Printed by N[icholas] O[kes] for Leonard Becket, and are to be sold at his shop in the Inner-Temple. 1615.

A discourse of miracles wrought in the Roman Catholick Church, or, A full refutation of Dr. Stillingfleets unjust exceptions against miracles: together with a large discovery of the Doctors unexcusable frauds, manifest in his many false, rverted, and impertinent quotations
E. W.
Antwerp. Printed by Michael Cnobbaert ...,. 1676.. [32], 385 p..

A discourse of monarchy more particularly, of the imperial crowns of England, Scotland and Ireland, according to the ancient, common and Statute -Laws of the same
Wilson, John
London. 1684.

A discourse of Monsr. Vigier to the Lord Abbot Goddon, great dean of the cathedral church of Toul in Lorrain: concerning the book of Monsr. Arnaud, doctor of the Sorbon, entituled The perpetuity of the faith of the Catholick Church touching the Eucharist, maintained against the book of Monsieur Claude : in which discourse is very briefly discovered the vanity and ineffectualness of that pompous volume of the Sorbonist
Viger, François,
[London]. For Joh. Martin,. 1670. 115 p.

A discourse of natural bathes and mineral waters: wherein the original of fountains in general is declared, the nature and difference of minerals, with examples of particular bathes, the generation of minerals in the earth, from whence bo the actual heat of bathes and their virtues proceed, by what means mineral waters are to be discover'd, and lastly, of the nature and uses of bathes, but especially of our bathes at Bathe in Somerset-shire
Jorden, Edward, ; Guidott, Thomas, ; Guidott, Thomas,
Imprinted at London. For George Sawbridge ... and Thomas Salmon ...,. 1673.. [24], 167, [11], 60, [2], 26 p., [1] leaf of plates.

A discourse of natural religion.: By Mr. Martin, ... Translated from the French
Martin, David
London. printed for W. and J. Innys. 1720. [2],ix,[3],342,[2]p..

A discourse of penal laws in matter of religion: endeavouring to prove that there is no necessity of inflicting or continuing them : first delivered in a sermon ... occasioned by His Majesties late gracious declaration for liberty of consence, and now humbly offer'd to the consideration of the publick
Paston, James,
London. Printed for the author,. 1688.. [2], 39 p..

¬A¬ discourse of pluralities
Hughes, William
London. Parkhurst. 1680. 32 S..

¬A¬ discourse of prayer
Budgell, Gilbert
London. Crook. 1690. 40 S..

A discourse of profiting by sermons,: and of going to hear, where men think they can profit most.
Patrick, Simon,
London. Printed for T. Basset, B. Tooke, and F. Gardiner,. 1683.. [1] 32 [1] p. ;.

A discourse of profiting by sermons and of going to hear where men think they can profit most
Patrick, Simon,
London. Printed for T. Basset ..., B. Tooke ..., & F. Gardiner ...,. 1684.. [2], 32 p..

A discourse of proper sacrifice: in way of answer to A.B.C. Jesuite, another Anonymus of Rome ...
Dering, Edward,
Cambridge. Printed for Francis Eglesfield ...,. 1644.. [48], 106 p. ;.

¬A¬ discourse of regeneration
Cole, Thomas
London. Cockerill. 1689. 174 S..

A discourse of Samuel Pickard,: preached in the Congregational church, Auburn, November 11, 1872,
Balkam, Uriah,
Portland, . Transcript print,. 1872.. 15 p..

A discourse of subterraneal treasure: occasioned by some late discoveries thereof in the county of Norfolk, and sent in a letter to Thomas Brown M.D.
Lawrence, Thomas, ; Browne, Thomas,
London. Printed for J. Collins,. 1668.. [6], 94 p..

A discourse of superstition: wherein the Church of England is vindicated from the imputation : to which is added A peaceable plea for union and peace, in an expostulatory address both to the conformist and non-conformist
Shelton, William,
London. Printed by J.M. for J. Robinson ...,. 1681. [22], 182, 32 p.

A discourse of superstition with respect to the present times: wherein the Church of England is vindicated from the imputation, and the the charge retorted not only on the papists, but also on men of other perswasions
Shelton, William,
London. Printed by J.M. for Jonathan Robinson ...,. 1678.. [24], 182 p..

¬A¬ discourse of taxes
Petty, William
London. Poole. 1689.

A discourse of taxes and contributions: shewing the nature and measures of crown-lands, assesments, customs, poll-moneys, lotteries, benevolence, penalties, monopolies, offices, tythes, hearth, excise, &c. : with several intersperst discoses and digressions concerning wars, the church, universities, rents and purchases ... : the same being frequently applied to the state and affairs of Ireland, and is now thought seasonable for the present affairs of England : humbly recommended to the present Parliament.
Petty, William,
London. Printed for Edward Poole ...,. 1689.. [16], 72 p..

¬A¬ discourse of the abuses in the churches of Christ
Whetenhall, Thomas
[London]. 1606.

¬A¬ discourse of the causes, natures and cure of phrensie, madness or distraction: from A treatise of dreams & visions ; (1689)
Tryon, Thomas ; DePorte, Michael V. ¬[Hrsg.]¬
[Nachdr. d. Ausg. ] London, 1689. Los Angeles, Calif.. William Andrews Clark Memorial Library. 1973. X, S. 249 - 299. Publication / Augustan Reprint Scociety ; 160.

¬A¬ Discourse of the causes, natures and cure of phrensie, madness or distraction from A treatise of dreams & visions
Tryon, Thomas ; DePorte, Michael V. ¬[Vorr.]¬
Los Angeles, <Ca.>. William Andrews Clark Memorial Library, Univ. of Cal.. 1973. X, S. 249 - 299. Publication / The Augustan Reprint Society ; 160.

Bibliographisches Gesamtverzeichnis Pröpste, Rektoren und Lehrer des Pädagogiums am Kloster Unserer Lieben Frauen zu Magdeburg: [bibliographisches Gesamtverzeichnis der Lehrer des Pädagogiums am Kloster Unserer Lieben Frauen 1698 - 1932]
Tryon, Thomas
Magdeburg. 2000. [Ca. 120] Bl..

A discourse of the causes, natures and cure of phrensie, madness or distraction from A Treatise of dreams & visions ... Wurde ursprüngl
Tryon, Thomas
1973.

¬A¬ discourse of the civile warres and late troubles in Fraunce
Fenton, Geoffrey
Nachdr. d. Ausg. London 1570. Amsterdam. Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. 1970. 218 S.. The English experience. ; 248..
ISBN 90-221-0248-3

¬A¬ discourse of the common weal of this realm of England: 1. printed in 1581 and commonly attributed to W. S.
Repr.. Cambridge. Univ. Press. 1929. LXXII, 208 S..

A discourse of the conference holden before the French King at Fontain-bleau: between the L. Bishop of Eureux, and Munsieur de Plessis L. of Mornay, the 4. of May 1600. Concerning certaine pretended corruptions of authors, cyted by the sayd Munsieur de Plessis in his booke against the Masse. Faithfully translated out of the French
London. Printed by E[dward] A[llde] for Matthew Selman and William Ferbrand, and are to be solde [by Mathew Selman] in Fleete-streete, next the Inner Temple gate,. 1600. [4], 56 p.

A discourse of the conference holden before the French King at Fontaine-belleau: betweene the L. Bishop of Eureux, and Monsieur du Plessis L. of Mornay, the 4. of May 1600. Concerning certaine pretended corruptions of authors, cited by the said Monsieur du Plessis in his booke against the Masse. Truly translated out of the French by a second copie, correcting some mistakings in the former English: and now by authoritie perused
London. Printed by Richard Field,. 1601. [2], 52 p..

¬A¬ discourse of the contests and dissentions between the nobles and the commons in Athens and Rome: with the consequences they had upon both those states
Swift, Jonathan ; Ellis, Frank H.
Oxford. Clarendon Pr.. 1967. XIV,270 S..

A discourse of the covenants that God made with men before the law: wherein the covenant of circumcision is more largely handled, and the invalidity of the plea for pædobaptism taken from thence discovered
Coxe, Nehemiah.
[London]. Printed by J.D. and are to be sold by Nathaniel Ponder ... and Benjamin Alsop ...,. 1681.. [11], 195 p..

A Discourse of the Covenants that God made with Men before the Law, wherein the Covenant of Circumcision is more largely handled, and the Invalidity of the Plea for Paedobaptism taken from thence discovered
Coxe, Nehemiah
London. 1681.

A discourse of the damned art of witchcraft: so farre forth as it is revealed in the Scriptures and manifest by true experience. Framed and delivered by M.Wiliam Perkins, in his ordinarie course of preaching, and now published by Thomas Pickering. Wherevnto is adioyned a two-fold table; another of the texts of Scripture explaned, or vindicated from the corrupt interprepretation of the adversarie.
Perkins, William, ; Pickering, Tho.
Cambridge. C. Legge,. 1608.. [12] leaves, 257 p. ;.

A discourse of the death of John Quincy Adams
Lathrop, L. E.
[Auburn, N.Y.. Auburn Union Lyceum],. 1848 . 29 p. ;.

¬A¬ discourse of the divine omnipresence
Turner, John
London. Kettilby. 1683.

A discourse of the divine omnipresence and its consequences: delivered in a sermon before the honourable society of Lincolnes-Inn : upon the first Sunday of this Michaelmes term
Turner, John,
London. Printed by R. E. for W. Kettilby ...,. 1683.. [8], 32 p. ;.

A discourse of the empire of Germany and of the election and crowning the emperours and kings of the Romans, as also of the Colledge of Electors, their particular interests and concernments: with reasons why the present Emperour was latelchosen : being an abstract of the Roman Empire both east and west ...
Howell, James,
London. Printed for Thomas Davies and are to be sold at his shop ...,. 1659.. [6], 109, [17] p..

¬A¬ discourse of the excellency of the heavenly substance
Hickes, John
London. 1673. 248 S..

A discourse of the fishery: briefly laying open, not only the advantages, and facility of the undertaking, but likewise the absolute necessity of it
L'Estrange, Roger,
London. Printed for Charles Brome ...,. 1695.. [2], 20 p..

A discourse of the general notions of money, trade & exchanges, as they stand in relation to each other: attempted by way of aphorism : with a letter to a minister of state, further explaining the aphorisms, and applying them to the prese circumstances of this nation : wherein also some thoughts are suggested for the remedying the abuses of our money
Clement, Simon.
London printed. [s.n.],. 1695.. 38, [1] p..

¬A¬ discourse of the general rule of faith
Penn, William
London. Sowle. 1699.

A discourse of the glory to which God hath called believers by Jesus Christ.: Delivered in some sermons out of the I Pet. V. Chap. 10 v. : Together with an annexed letter.
Mitchel, Jonathan, ; Mather, Increase, ; Collins, John,
Boston:. Reprinted by B. Green, for Benj. Eliot, and sold at his shop.,. 1721. [2], viii, 10, 291, [1] p. ;.

¬A¬ discourse of the great creueltie of a widowe towardes a young gentleman
God, John
London. Binneman. [1569 - 1570].

¬A¬ Discourse of the great Duty of Mortification
Hopkins, Ezekiel
London. 1701.

¬A¬ discourse of the great overthrow given by the French King unto the Leaguers in Poictiers, in Februarie last
London. Burbie. 1592.

¬A¬ discourse of the grounds and reasons of the christian religion
Collins, Anthony
London. 1741. 247 S..

A discourse of the grounds and reasons of the Christian religion: 1724
Collins, Anthony
Repr. of the 1724 ed., London. New York. Garland. 1976. XLII, 284 S.. British philosophers and theologians of the 17th & 18th centuries ; 15.
ISBN 0-8240-1766-8

¬A¬ discourse of the Holy Eucharist
Wake, William
London. Chiswell. 1687. 174 S..

A discourse of the Holy Eucharist, in the two great points of the real presence and the adoration of the Host: in answer to the two discourses lately printed at Oxford on this subject : to which is prefixed a large historical preface relang to the same argument.
Wake, William,
London. Printed for Richard Chiswell ...,. 1687.. [2], xxxviii, [6], 127, [1] p..

A discourse of the institution, dignity and immunities of the priesthood . With examples of God's vengeance for sacrilege of persons, places and things dedicated to his worship. Taken from sacred and prophane history
London. printed for T. Payne. 1723. 38p.

A discourse of the judgments of God: composed for the present times against atheism and prophaneness.
Beverley, Thomas.
London. Printed by J.M. for Henry Herringman ...,. 1668.. [38], 232 p..

A discourse of the judicial authority belonging to the office of Master of the Rolls in the High Court of Chancery.
Hardwicke, Philip Yorke,
London. Printed by W. Bowyer and sold by R. Williamson,. 1727.. 151 p..

A discourse of the knowledge of God, and of our selves: I. by the light of nature, II. by the sacred Scriptures
Hale, Matthew,
London. Printed by B.W. for William Shrowsbery ...,. 1688.. [38], 503 p..

A discourse of the last judgement: or, Short notes upon Mat. XXV. from ver. 31 to the end of the chapter.: Concerning the judgement to come, and our preparation to stand before the Great Judge of quick and dead. ...
Whiting, Samuel,
Cambridge [Mass.]:. Printed by S.G. and M.J. [i.e., Samuel Green and Marmaduke Johnson],. 1664.. [14], 160 p. ;.

A discourse of the Last Judgement, or, Short notes upon Mat. XXV. from Ver. 31 to the end of the chapter: concerning the judgement to come, and our preparation to stand before the great judge of quick and dead : which are of sweetest comft to the elect sheep and of most dreadful amazement and terrour to reprobate goats : and do concern all to think seriously upon, that they may look the judge in the face with comfort in the great day of his appearing
Whiting, Samuel,
Cambridge [Mass.]. Printed by S.G. and M.J. ...,. 1664.. [14], 160 p..

¬A¬ discourse of the Last Judgment
Whiting, Samuel
Cambridge [Mass.]. S. G. u.a.. 1664. 174 S..

¬A¬ discourse of the married and single life
London. Man. 1621.

¬A¬ discourse of the medicine called mithridatium
London. 1585.

¬A¬ discourse of the most illustrious prince Henry
Cornwallis, Charles
London. Benson. 1641.

¬A¬ discourse of the nature and obligation of oaths
Stileman, John
London. Pierrepont. 1662.

A discourse of the nature, offices, ... of friendship
Taylor, Jeremy
London. Royston. 1657. 180 S..

A discourse of the nature of God's decrees: being an answer to a letter from a person of quality concerning them
Hockin, Thomas.
London. Printed for Edward Vize ...,. 1684.. [23], 390 p..

¬A¬ discourse of the necessity of encouraging mechanick industry: wherein is plainly proved that luxury and the want of artisans labour became the ruin of the 4 grand monarchies of the world ...
London. Chiswell. 1690. 36 S..

¬A¬ discourse of the originall and fundamentall cause
Raleigh, Walter
London. Moseley. 1650.

¬A¬ discourse of the peerage and jurisdiction of the lords spiritual
Barlow, Thomas
London. 1679.

A discourse of the peerage & jurisdiction of the lords spiritual in parliament...
Barlow, Thomas
London, . 1679..

¬A¬ discourse of the plague: containing the nature, causes, signs, and presages of the pestilence in general ; together with the state of the present contagion ; also most rational preservatives for families, and choice curative medicines both for rich and poor ; with several waies for purifying the air in houses, streets, etc.
Harvey, Gideon
London. Brooke. 1665. 29 S..

¬A¬ discourse of the plurality of worlds
Fontenelle, Bernard Le Bovier ; W. D
Dublin. Printed by Andr. Crook and Sam. Helsham, for William Norman. 1687.

A discourse of the Pope's supremacy.
Stratford, Nicholas,
London. Printed for Richard Chiswell ...,. 1688.. 126, [2] p. ;.

A discourse of the Queenes entertainment
Churchyard, Thomas,
Cambridge [England]. Chadwyck-Healey,. 1992.