A discourse of the Queenes Majesties entertainment in Suffolk and Norffolk: with a description of many things then presently seene
Churchyard, Thomas,
At London. Imprinted by Henrie Bynneman, servante to the Right Honourable Sir Christofer Hatton, Vizchamberlayne,. [1578]. [88] p..

¬A¬ discourse of the queens maiesties entertainement in Suffolk and Norfolk
Churchyard, Thomas
London. Bynneman. [1578].

¬A¬ discourse of the religion
Usher, James
4. ed.. London. Tooke. 1687.

¬A¬ discourse of the religion anciently professed by the Irish and British
Usher, James
London. Y[oung]. 1631. 4Ê.

A discourse of the rise & power of parliaments, of law's, of courts of judicature, of liberty, property, and religion, of the interest of England in reference to the desines of France, of taxes and of trade: in a letter from a gentleman ithe country to a member in Parliament.
Sheridan, Thomas,
[London. s.n.],. 1677.. [34], 7-245, [7] p..

¬A¬ discourse of the Sabbath and the Lords day
Dow, Christopher
[Mikrofilm-Ausg.]. London. Clark. 1636.

A Discourse of the several Dignities [et] corruptions of Man's Nature since the Fall written by John Hales
Hales, John
London. 1720.

A discourse of the souls of men, women, and children;: and of the holy and blessed angels in heaven, and of the evil and damned spirits in hell: shewing that they are immortal, spiritual substances, as well as the angels in heaven. Written because this author met with four willfull ignorant men at one time, which said, the souls of men, women, and children, were nothing but breath, and vanished into air, when as the body went to the grave. These unfaithful people ought to be answered and reproved:
Hicks, Thomas,
London,. Printed by T. Newcomb, and are to be sold by the author,. 1657. 14, [2] p.

¬A¬ discourse of the state ecclesiastical of this kingdome
Downing, Calybute
London. Royston. 1664. 112 S..

A discourse of the state ecclesiastical of this kingdom, in relation to the civil: considered under III conclusions ...
Downing, Calybute,
London. Sold by Richard Royston ...,. 1664.. [2], 112 p..

¬A¬ discourse of the subtill practices of deuilles
Gifford, George
[Mikrofilm-Ausg.]. London. Cooke. 1587.

A discourse of the subtill practises of devilles
Gifford, George
London, 1587 [Nachdr.]. Norwood, NJ [u.a.]. Johnson [u.a.]. 1977. [72] S.. The English experience ; 871.
ISBN 90-221-0871-6

¬A¬ discourse of the terrestrial paradise
Carver, Marmaduke
London. Thomson. 1666.

A discourse of the true gospel blessedness in the New Covenant, or, The distinction fo the two Covenants, new and old, first and second: with the doing away of the first, and the establishment of the second, and likewise the mediatorship Christ in the New Covenant, with some principles, duties, promises, and priviledges of the New Covenant : a useful companion for all saints at all times
Collier, Thomas,
London. Printed by H. Hills for the author, and are to be sold by Giles Calvert ... and Tho. Brewster ...,. 1659.. [8], 134 p..

A discourse of the two covenants: wherein the nature, differences, and effects of the covenant of works and of grace are distinctly, rationally, spiritually and practically discussed : together with a considerable quantity of practical cas dependent thereon
Strong, William, ; Gale, Theophilus,
London. Printed by J.M. for Francis Tyton ... and for Thomas Parkhurst ...,. 1678.. [28], 447 p..

A discourse of the unspeakable misery of the departed spirits of the unregenerate in the prison of hell while reserved to the judgment of the great day.
Flavel, John,
Boston:. Re-printed and sold by S. Kneeland, in Queen-Street.,. 1750. 48 p. ;.

¬A¬ discourse of the whole art of chyrurgerie: With the Presage of Hyppocrates
Lowe, Peter
3. ed.. London. Purfoot. 1634.

¬A¬ discourse of the whole art of chyrurgery
Lowe, Peter
4. ed.. London. Hodkinsonne. 1654.

¬A¬ discourse of the work of the Holy Spirit
Owen, John
London. Ponder. 1682.

¬A¬ discourse of the world religions
Dordrecht [u.a.]. Kluwer Acad. Publ.. 2001.
ISBN 1-4020-0055-3

¬A¬ discourse of trade
Mun, Thomas
Amsterdam. Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. 1969. 58 S.. The English experience ; 85.

A discourse of trade
Mun, Thomas
Faksimiledruck der Ausgabe von 1621. New York. 1930. The Facsimile Text Society ; 8 [Ser. 5,1].

¬A¬ discourse of trade: In 2 parts. Re-issued in a ser. of repr. of classic English works on the history and development of economic thought, under the ed. direction of Professor W. E. Michinton, Univ. of Exeter
Coke, Roger
New York. Johnson. 1971 ca.. 77 S..

¬A discourse ¬of trade, coyn, and paper credit: and of ways and means to gain and retain riches ; to which is added the argument of a learned counsel upon an action of the case brought by the East-India-Company against Mr. Sands an interloper
Pollexfen, John
[Nachdr. der Ausg.] London, Brabazon Aylmer, 1697. S. 265 - 344.

¬A¬ discourse of trade from England unto the East Indies: 1621
Mun, Thomas
Cambridge. 1954.

¬A¬ discourse of trade, from England unto the East Indies: answering to diverse objections which are usually made against the same
Mun, Thomas
Farnborough. 1970.

A discourse of trade from England unto the East-Indies, answering to diverse objections which are usually made against the same
Mun, Thomas
[Reprint]. New York. Kelley. 1971. 58 S.. Reprints of economic classics.
ISBN 0-678-00873-6

¬A¬ discourse of trade unto the East Indies
Mun, Thomas
London. Pyper. 1621.

A discourse of voluntary servitude. Wrote in French by Stephen de la Boetie
La Boëtie, Etienne de
London. printed for T. Smith, and sold by the booksellers of London and Westminster. 1735. xxiv,83,[1]p.

¬A¬ discourse of women
London. Brome. 1662.

¬A¬ discourse of wonders: audience and performance in Ovid's Metamorphoses
Wheeler, Stephen Michael
Philadelphia. Univ. of Pennsylvania Press. 1999. 272 S..
ISBN 0-8122-3475-8

A discourse on 4 property: John Locke and his adversaries
Tully, James
Cambridge. Cambridge Univ. Pr.. 1980. XIV, 194 S..
ISBN 0-521-22830-1

A discourse on Acts II. 42.: In which the practice of owning the covenant, is particularly examined. First, whether it be agreable [sic] to the practice of the apostles. Secondly, whether it be scriptural and ought to be tolerated. Also, the various things which have been urged in favour of the practice, are particularly considered; and the reasons for its exclusion exhibited.
Strong, Cyprian,
Hartford:. Printed by Hudson and Goodwin.,. M.DCC.LXXX. [1780]. 46, [2] p. ;.

A discourse on Acts ii. 42.: In which the practice of owning the covenant is examined:--the arguments which have been used in its favour are particularly considered: and reasons offered for its abolition.
Strong, Cyprian,
Hartford:. Printed by Hudson and Goodwin.,. M.DCC.XCI. [1791]. 56 p. ;.

A Discourse on baptism,: published with a view to remove the scruples of those, who may have been led to doubt of the right of infants to the ordinance; and of its validity by sprinkling: : with a specimen of such direct and unquestionable proofs of both, as the history of the primitive church affords us
Lexington [Ky]:. Printed by John Bradford, on Main Street.,. 1797. 43, [1] p. ;.

A discourse on Bengal VaiÖsÖnavism
Acharjee, Ranjit Kumar
1. ed. Kolkata. Punthi Pustak. 2002. XVI, 144 S..
ISBN 81-8679137-X

A discourse on brotherly love,: preached before the Honorable Fraternity of Free and Accepted Masons, of Zion Lodge, at St. Paul's Chapel, in New-York, on the festival of St. John the Baptist, one thousand seven hundred and seventy-seven.
Seabury, Samuel,
New-York:. Printed by Hugh Gaine, in Hanover-Square,,. M,DCC,LXXVII. [1777]. 20 p.

A discourse on church extension in cities.: Preached by appointment before the Presbytery of Philadelphia in the Second Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia, on Wednesday evening, April 6, 1853.
Schenck, William Edward,
Philadelphia. Published for the Committee,. 1853.. 32 p. ;.

A discourse on covenant engagements in the Christian Church
Harris, Thaddeus Mason,
Boston. Printed by Manning & Loring,. 1802.. 32 p. ;.

A Discourse on Daniel vii. 27.: Under the following heads: I. That God the Father hath appointed a time when Christ Jesus shall remove his throne of glory from heaven to this lower world, and reiIstoria del Concilio tridentino
Bari. G. Laterza,. 1935.. 3 v. ;.

A Discourse on Daniel vii. 27.: Under the following heads: I. That God the Father hath appointed a time when Christ Jesus shall remove his throne of glory from heaven to this lower world, and reign here on this earth a certain space with his saints, universal King over all nations. II. That this time is nigh at hand, even at the very door. III. That it is very probable this glorious day will begin or commence in America. IV. Shewing some of the blessed fruits and effect of Christ's second coming to the righteous, and likewise the dreadful consequence of that day to the wicked and those that continue his enemies. : Also a short improvement of the subject
Norwich [Conn.]:. Printed by J. Trumbull for the author,,. 1778. 32 p. ;.

A Discourse on Daniel vii. 27: Under the following heads: I. That God the Father hath appointed a time when Christ Jesus shall remove his throne of glory from heaven to this lower world, and reign here on this earth a certain space with his saints, universal King over all nations. II. That this time is nigh at hand, even at the very door. III. That it is very probable this glorious day will begin or commence in Americ359 Otto Roy
Wolfenbüttel. Möseler. 1960. 40 S.. Musikalische Formen in historischen Reihen ; 6.

A Discourse on Daniel vii. 27: Under the following heads: I. That God the Father hath appointed a time when Christ Jesus shall remove his throne of glory from heaven to this lower world, and reign here on this earth a certain space with his saints, universal King over all nations. II. That this time is nigh at hand, even at the very door. III. That it is very probable this glorious day will begin or commence in America. IV. Shewing some of the blessed fruits and effects of Christ's second coming to the righteous, and likewise the dreadful consequence of that day to the wicked, and those that continue his enemies.
S.l.. [Printed [by John Trumbull?]. 1777. 22 p..

¬A¬ discourse on disenchantment: reflections on politics and technology
Germain, Gilbert G.
Albany, NY. State Univ. of New York Press. 1993. XII, 187 S.. SUNY series in political theory : Contemporary issues.
ISBN 0-7914-1319-5

A discourse on education,: delivered at the dedication and opening of Bristol Academy, the 18th day of July, A.D. 1796.
Doggett, Simeon,
Newbedford (Massa.). --Printed by J. Spooner.,. 1797.. 28 p. ;.

A discourse on forgiveness.: In three sermons from Matt. VI. 15. Wherein is shewed, I. That men are very prone to commit trespasses, both against God and against one another. II. That men are very loth to forgive others their trespasses, tho' they need so much to be forgiven themselves. III. That they whose trespasses are forgiven by their Heavenly Father, partake of an inestimable benefit. IV. That those who refuse to forgive others their trespasses, are certainly unpardoned themselves, and all their guilt lies upon them.
Vincent, Nathanael, ; Franklin, Benjamin,
Boston:. Printed and sold by J. Franklin in Queen-Street.,. 1722. [4], 36, [2] p. ;.

¬A¬ discourse on fornication
Turner, John
London. Wyat. 1698.

¬A¬ discourse on friendship: By Jonathan Bird, A.M. [Three lines of Scripture text]
Bird, Jonathan
Hartford. Printed by Hudson and Goodwin. 1800. 19,[1]p.

A discourse on gambling: delivered in the Congregational Meeting-House at Dartmouth College, November 7, 1852
Richards, John,
Hanover, N.H., . D. Kimball & Sons, Printers,. 1852.. 16p. ;.

A discourse on General Washington;: delivered in the Catholic Church of St. Peter, in Baltimore--Feb. 22d 1800.
Carroll, John,
Baltimore:. Printed by Warner & Hanna.,. [1800].. 24 p. ;.

A discourse on government and religion,: calculated for the meridian of the thirtieth of January.
Independent. ; Annet, Peter,
[Boston]. London, printed. Boston: printed and sold by D. Fowle in Queen Street, and by D. Gookin in Marlborough Street.,. 1750. [4], ii, [1], 8-56 p. ;.

A discourse on Hemavata sutta
Sobhana, Mahathera,
Rangoon. Buddha-Sasana Nuggaha Organization,. 1980.. A-E, 218 p. ; 19 cm..

A discourse on hip: selected writings of Milton Klonsky
Klonsky, Milton ; Solotaroff, Ted
Detroit. Wayne State University Press. 1991. 336 p..
ISBN 0-8143-1972-6 alk. paper

A discourse on II Tim. III. 16.: Delivered in St. Paul's and St. George's Chapels, in New-York, on Sunday the 11th of May, 1777.
Seabury, Samuel,
New-York:. Printed by H. Gaine, in Hanover-Square,,. M,DCC,LXXVII. [1777]. 23, [1] p.

A discourse on Indo European languages & culture: proceedings of the Seminar on the Homeland of Indo European Languages and Culture jointly sponsored by Indian Council of Historical Research and the Centre for the Study of Indian Tradition, Madhubani, held on 7-9 January, 2002 at India International Centre, New Delhi
Tripathi, D. N.
New Delhi. Indian Council of Historical Reseach in association with Manak Publications,. 2005. xii, 420 p..

A discourse on issues, an exploratory study of the implications of information technology for U. K. library and information work manpower planning
Wight, Tony
London. 1980. British Library Research and Development Reports ; 5656.
ISBN 0-85142-151-0

A discourse on Jeremiah 8th, 20th: Preached on the Lord's-Day morning, Jan. 1, 1758. at Brookline. Wherein is briefly attempted--a discovery of the causes of our late national calamities, disappointments, and losses--that they are owing to our sins, which, not only render us obnoxious to the divine indignation and wrath; but in their own nature tend to produce such distresses and ruin--that the only probable way to peace, safety and prosperity, is to remove them, and turn to God and goodness--several considerations proposed to rouse and awaken our attention to it
Potter, Nathaniel
Boston. Printed and sold by Edes and Gill, in Queen-Street. 1758. 27, [1] p..

Elementary partial differential equations: Preached on the Lord's-Day morning, Jan. 1, 1758. at Brookline. Wherein is briefly attempted--a discovery of the causes of our late national calamities, disappointments, and losses--that they are owing to our sins, which, not only render us obno, James L.
Potter, Nathaniel,
San Francisco, . Holden-Day,. 1966.. xv, 421 p..

A discourse on Jeremiah 8th, 20th preached on the Lord's Day morning, Jan. 1, 1758 at Brookline: wherein is briefly attempted a discovery of the causes of our late national calamities, disappointments, and losses; that they are owing to our sins, which not only render us obnoxious to the divine indignation and wrath, but in their own nature tend to produce such distresses and ruin that the only probable way to peace, safety and prosperity is to remove them and turn to God and goodness; several considerations proposed to rouse and awaken our attention to it
Potter, Nathaniel,
Boston. Printed and sold by Edes and Gill ...,. 1758.. 27, [1] p. ;.

A discourse on just and unjust legal institutions in African English-speaking countries
Opolot, James S. E.
Lewiston, NY [u.a.]. E. Mellen Press. 2002. X, 311 S.. African studies ; v. 60.
ISBN 0-7734-7006-9

A discourse on just and unjust legal institutions in African English-speaking countries
Opolot, James S.E.
New York. Edwin Mellen Press,. 2002.. X, 332 S..

A discourse on justification by grace: being the substance of two sermons, delivered to the new gathered Congregational Church of Christ in Boston.
Clark, Ephraim,
Boston:. Printed and sold by S. Kneeland in Queen-Street.,. 1751. [4], 28, 16 p. ;.

A discourse on liquor traffic.
Emmanuel, Victor. [from old catalog]
[n. p.] . c1908.. 1 v..

A discourse on method. Meditations on the first philosophy. Principles of philosophy
Descartes, René
London. Dent. 1981. 254 S.. Everyman's library.
ISBN 0-460-00570-7

A discourse on music: delivered February, 1796, at a singing lecture, in North Bolton
Skinner, Ichabod Lord
Hartford. Printed by Hudson and Goodwin. 1796. 18, [2] p..

A discourse on my Lord Arch-Bishop of Canterbury's and my Lord Bishop of London's letters to the clergy touching catechising, and the sacrament of the Supper: with what is required of churchwardens and ministers in reference to obstinate cusants : also a defence of excommunication, as used by the Church of England against such : preached March the 9th and 16th in the parish church of St. Swithins
Basset, William,
London. Printed for Tho. Basset ...,. 1684.. [2], 38 p..

A discourse on natural religion,: delivered in the chapel of the university in Cambridge, September 3, 1795, at the lecture founded by the Honorable Paul Dudley, Esq.
Barnard, Thomas,
[Boston]. Printed by Samuel Hall, no. 53 Cornhill, Boston.,. 1795. 24 p. ;.

A discourse on natural religion: delivered in the Chapel of Harvard College in Cambridge, New-England May 8. 1771. At the lecture founded by the Hon. Paul Dudley, Esq;
Eliot, Andrew,
Boston:. Printed by Daniel Kneeland, for Nicholas Bowes in Corn-hill.,. M,DCC,LXXI. [1771]. xlv, [3] p. ;.

A discourse on natural religion,: delivered in the Chapel of Harvard University, in Cambridge, September 4th, 1799. At the lecture founded by the Hon. Paul Dudley, Esq.
Mellen, John,
Boston:. Printed by Manning & Loring.,. 1799. 27, [1] p. ;.

A discourse on novelty and creation
Hausman, Carl R.
The Hague. Nijhoff. 1975. 12, 159 S..
ISBN 90-247-1723-X

A discourse on occasion of the removal into the eternal world of the Rev. Robert Hindmarsh: with some remarks respecting his life and character : delivered at the New Jerusalem Temple, Salford, January 18th, 1835
Howarth, D.
Manchester. Printed by T. Sowler, and sold by E. Baylis ;. 1835.. 24 p. ;.

¬A¬ discourse on patriotism, or the love of our country
Rivers, David
3rd ed / with additions and corrections. London. Printed for the author by T. Plummer. 1803. 20 p..

A discourse on persecution, or, Suffering for Christ's sake: clearing the notion of it, and making a discrimination of just from vnjust pretensions to it : and passionately recommending true Christian suffering to all those who shall be cl'd thereto : occasionally representing the folly and sinfulness of illegal, arbitrary courses for the prevention of it, and the security of our church
Howell, John,
London. Printed for Robert Kettlewell ...,. 1685.. [12], 34 p..

¬A¬ discourse on political economy
MacCulloch, John R.
Reprint. London. Routledge/Thoemmes Press. 1995. Getr. Zählung. ¬The¬ collected works of J. R. McCulloch ; 3.

A discourse on property
Tully, James
1980.

A discourse on psalmody delivered at Paris, March 1799, at the close of a singing school
Steele, Eliphalet,
Utica [N.Y.]:. Printed by William M'Lean.,. M,DCC,XCIX. [1799]. 15, [1] p.

A discourse on public economy and commerce,
Beccaria, Cesare,
New York, . B. Franklin. [1970]. vi, 47 p..

A discourse on religious institutions:: delivered at the opening of the Independent Congregational Church in Barton Square, Salem, Tuesday, 7 Dec. 1824.
Colman, Henry,
Salem. Printed and published by W. and S.B. Ives.,. 1825.. 48 p. ;.

A discourse on resignation to the Divine will, under peculiar trials;: delivered at the funeral of the widow Martha Lock, February 3, 1792.
Porter, Huntington,
Portsmouth [N.H.]:. Printed by John Melcher,,. 1792. 21, [3] p. ;.

A discourse on revealed religion;: delivered in the chapel of the University in Cambridge, May 11, 1808, at the anniversary lecture founded by the Hon. Paul Dudley, Esq.,
Puffer, Reuben,
Cambridge [Mass.] . Hilliard and Metcalf,. 1808.. 24 p..

A discourse on Rev. XV. 3d, 4th. Occasioned by the earthquakes in November 1755.: Delivered in the West-Meeting-House, Boston, Thursday December 18, following. In five parts, with an introduction. Part I. Of the greatness of God's works. Part II. Of their marvellous and unsearchable nature. Part III. Of the moral perfections and government of God. Part IV. Of our obligation to fear, glorify and worship him. Part V. Practical reflections upon the subject, relative to the occasion.
Mayhew, Jonathan,
Boston: N.E.. Printed by Edes & Gill, and sold at their office, next to the prison in Queen-Street; and by R. Draper, in Newbury-Street,,. M,DCC,LV. [1755]. 72, [4] p. ;.

A discourse on Samma Paribbajaniya Sutta
Sobhana,
Rangoon, Burma. Buddha Sasana Nuggaha Organization,. 1981.. a-j, 99 p. ;.

A discourse on saving faith.: Designed as some assistance, to serious Christians concerned to know the difference, between it and that common faith, which many have, who will not be acknowledged by Christ. Preached at Newton, June 14th 1741.
Williams, William,
Boston:. Printed and sold by S. Kneeland and T. Green, in Queenstreet, and S. Eliot in Cornhill.,. 1741.. [2], 50 p. ;.

A discourse on saving kknowledge: delivered at the installment of the Reverend Samuel Hopkins, A.M. into the pastoral charge of the First Congregational Church in Newport, Rhode-Island, Wednesday, April 11, 1770
Stiles, Ezra,
Newport, RI. S. Southwick,. 1770 ; . 48, 32 p..

A discourse on saving knowledge: delivered at the instalment of the Reverend Samuel Hopkins, A.M. into the pastoral charge of the First Congregational Church in Newport, Rhode-Island, Wednesday, April 11, 1770.
Stiles, Ezra,
Newport [R.I.]:. Printed and sold by Solomon Southwick, in Queen-Street,,. M,DCC,LXX. [1770]. 48 p. ;.

A discourse on scholastic reforms, and amendments in the modes and general scope of parental instruction: delivered before the Fredericksburg Lyceum, September 28, 1832
Garnett, James M.
Richmond. Printed and published by Thomas W. White,. 1833.. 19 cm. ;.

A discourse on serious piety,: being a sermon preach'd upon the death of Mrs. Mary Martyn, who departed this life at Portsmouth in the province of New-Hampshire, January 26th. Anno Dom. 1724--5. Aetatisq; suae 77. : To which is added, a sermon on the golden rule of justice, from Matth. VII. 12.
Fitch, Jabez, ; Wentworth, John, ; Fitch, Jabez,
Boston:. [s.n.],. Printed in the year 1725.. [4], ii, 37, [1] p. ;.

A discourse on statesmanship;: the design and transformation of the American polity.
Eidelberg, Paul.
Urbana, . University of Illinois Press. [1974]. viii, 472 p..

A discourse on St. Mark, XVI. 15, 16. "And He said unto them, Go ye," &c.
Andrews, Samuel,
New-Haven:. Printed by Daniel Bowen, in Chapel-Street, near the college.,. (M.DCC.LXXXVII.) [1787]. 34 p. ;.

A discourse on the Apostle Paul's mystery of godliness being made manifest in the flesh.
Hazlitt, William,
Falmouth [Me.]:. Printed and sold by Thomas B. Wait, at his office in Middle-Street.,. MDCCLXXXVI. [1786]. 24 p. ;.

A discourse on the causes of national prosperity,: illustrated by ancient and modern history, exemplified in the late American Revolution. : Addressed to the Society of the Cincinnati, in the state of Rhode-Island, at their annual meeting at East-Greenwich, July 4, 1786.
Hitchcock, Enos,
Providence:. Printed by Bennett Wheeler.,. [1786]. 28 p. ;.

A discourse on the Christian union: the substance of which was delivered before the Reverend Convention of the Congregational Clergy in the Colony of Rhode-Island; assembled at Bristol April 23, 1760.
Stiles, Ezra,
Boston: N.E.. Printed and sold by Edes and Gill.,. MDCCLXI. [1761]. 139, [1] p. ;.

A discourse on the Christian union: the substance of which was delivered before the Reverend Convention of the Congregational Clergy in the Colony of Rhode-Island; assembled at Bristol. April 23, 1760.
Stiles, Ezra,
Printed at Brookfield, (Massachusetts,). [by E. Merriam & Co.],. September, 1799. 163, [1] p. ;.

A discourse on the condemned state of sinners and their recovery,: wherein is confused, some of the errors of Arminians and Antinomeans, togather [sic] with some warnings to hypocrites or false professors: as also some exhortations to Christians to practical obedience.
Crosby, B.
Chelmsford [Mass.]: New-England,. Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, for the author.,. M,DCCLXXVI. [1776]. 28 p. ;.

¬A¬ discourse on the consideration of our latter end: in three parts. ... By the Reverend Robert Anthony Bromley
Bromley, Robert Anthony
London. printed for the author, and sold by J. Wilkie; and H. Parker, in Cornhill. 1771.

A discourse on the covenant with Judas: preached in Hollis-street church, Nov. 6, 1842
Pierpont, John,
Boston. C.C. Little and J. Brown,. 1842. 39 p. ;.

A discourse on the death of Rev. John Spoor: preached at Freehold, on Saturday, April 2, 1864
Hathaway, Warren,
Albany. J. Munsell ...,. 1864.. 32 p. ;.

A discourse on the death of William Henry Harrison,: late president of the United States : delivered before the two houses of the legislature of the state of New-York, in St. Peter's Church, Albany, on the 25th day of April, 1841;
Potter, Horatio,
Albany, [N.Y.]. Printed by Hoffman, White and Visscher.,. 1841.. 48 p. ;.

A discourse on the decrees of God, and the perseverance of the saints, and sinless perfection.: Being the substance of two sermons, delivered at Congruity, June 16, 1793.
Porter, Samuel,
Pittsburgh:. Printed [by John Scull] for the author.,. [1793]. 67, [1] p.

A discourse on the divine institution of water baptism, as a standing ordinance of the Gospel.
Hemmenway, Moses,
[Portsmouth, N.H.]. Printed by William & Daniel Treadwell, Portsmouth, Newhampshire.,. [1803]. [2], 17, [1] p. ;.

A discourse on the divine ordinance of singing Psalms.: Intended to prove, I. That the singing of Psalms is a part of that social or publick worship which God hath appointed in his word. II. That there are parts of the sacred Scriptures adapted to the purpose of singing, which ought to be used in the publick worship of the church, till the end of time. III. That the Scripture songs are the only forms of psalmody, which ought to be used in the solemn and publick worship of the church. IV. That, in the publick praises of the church, the musick, or outward part, ought to be conducted with decency and simplicity; and in subserviency to the spiritual part, which is chiefly to be regarded. : To which is added, an appendix, in two numbers. No. I. contains a brief history of psalmody. No. II. contains a review of Dr. Watts's Imitation of the Psalms of David, as corrected and enlarged by Joel Barlow.
Anderson, John,
Philadelphia:. Printed by William Young, bookseller, no. 52, Second-Street, the corner of Chesnut-Street.,. M,DCC,XCI. [1791]. iv, [1], 6-112 p. ;.

A discourse on the divinity of Jesus Christ: delivered in the Congregational Church at Bristol, R.I., on Wednesday evening, Dec. 16, 1812
Lewis, Isaac,
Warren [R.I.]. Printed by John F. Phillips,. 1812.. 35 p..

A discourse on the doctrine and duty of keeping the Sabbath.
McCorkle, Samuel Eusebius,
Salisbury [N.C.]:. Printed by John M. Slump, at Michael Brown's English and German printing-office.,. MDCCXCVIII. [1798].. [2], 36, [2] p. ;.

A discourse on the early constitutional history of Connecticut: delivered before the Connecticut Historical Society, Hartford, May 17, 1843
Bacon, Leonard,
Hartford. Case, Tiffany & Burnham,. 1843.. 24 p. ;.

A discourse on the epidemic cholera morbus of Europe and Asia;
Smith, Joseph Mather. [from old catalog]
New-York, . Printed by J. Seymour,. 1831.. 36 p..

A discourse on the errors of popery: delivered in the chapel of the University in Cambridge, September 4, 1793, at the lecture founded by the Honourable Paul Dudley, Esquire.
Lathrop, John,
Boston:. Printed by S. Hall, and sold by J. White, in Court-Street.,. MDCCXCIII. [1793]. 32 p. ;.

A discourse on the errors of popery: delivered in the chapel of the university in Cambridge, May 8, 1805, at the anniversary lecture founded by the Hon. Paul Dudley, Esq.
Thacher, Thomas,
Cambridge [Mass.]. Printed by William Hilliard,. 1805.. 26 p..

¬A¬ Discourse on the excellency of the British constitution: and the blessings this country has so long experienced in consequence of its present form of government
S.l.. [s.n.]. 1792. 13 p..

¬A¬ discourse on the expediency of establishing fishing stations: or small towns, in the Highlands of Scotland and the Hebride Islands
Knox, John
London. Sold by J. Walter and Jefferson and Reynolds. 1786. 43 p..

A discourse on the extent and evils of the Sunday liquor traffic in cities: delivered before the New York Tenth Ward Temperance Society, and in several churches in the city
Marsh, John,
New York. American Temperance Union,. 1848.. 24 p. ;.

A discourse on the first centennial celebration of the birth-day of Washington,: delivered by request, to the citizens of Lexington on the 22d of February, 1832
Caldwell, Charles,
Lexington, Ky.. Printed by N. L. Finnell & J. F. Herndon,. 1832.. 56 p. ;.

A discourse on "the good news from a far country": deliver'd July 24th [1766] A day of thanks-giving to almighty God ... on occasion of the repeal of the Stamp-act ...
Chauncy, Charles,
Boston. Printed by Kneeland and Adams, for T. Leverett,. 1766.. 32 p. ;.

A discourse on the great happiness, which God hath laid up for; and which he will at last bestow upon his true fearers and followers.: Occasioned by the death of Mr. John Loring, late ruling-elder of the church at Hull. Who departed this life, February 28th 1719-20. In the fortieth year of his age.
Foxcroft, Thomas, ; Loring, Israel,
Boston:. Printed by S. Kneeland, for S. Gerrish, and sold at his shop.,. 1720. 43, [3] p. ;.

A discourse on the great priviledge and happiness of dying in faith.: Deliver'd at George-Town on Arowsick, upon the death of John Watts, Esq.; who departed this life Nov. 26th. 1717.
Baxter, Joseph,
Boston:. Printed by J. Allen, for D. Henchman.,. 1718. 35, [1] p. ;.

¬A¬ discourse on the history of the whole world
Bossuet, Jacques B.
London. Turner. 1686.

¬A¬ discourse on the Islamic Republic
MuÖtahharÅi, MurtaÖdÅa
Tehran. Islam. Propagation Organization. 1985. 78 S..

A discourse on the last day, or, The second appearing of Christ: taken chiefly from Mr. Benson's sermons on the coming of Christ and the future miseries of the wicked
Ruter, Martin,
Portland [Me.]. Hyde, Lord and Co.,. 1813 . 16 p..

A discourse on the late funds of the Million-Act, Lottery-Act and Bank of England: shewing that they are injurious to the nobility and gentry and ruinous to the trade of the nation
Briscoe, John
The second edition, with large additions. London. Printed by J.D. and sold by R. Baldwin. 1694. Online-Ressource.

A discourse on the law of humanity to the destitute and dependent: delivered in behalf of the Washington City Orphan Asylum, February 12, 1854
Samson, G. W.
Washington. Printed by H. Polkinhorn,. 1854.. 14 p. ;.

A discourse on the life and character of Dr. Luther V. Bell: read to the Association of Superintendents of North American Institutions for the Insane, at its annual meeting, in Providence, R.I., June 10th, 1862
Ray, Isaac,
Boston. J.H. Eastburn's Press,. 1863.. 52 p. ;.

A discourse on the life and character of Howard Townsend, M. D.,: late professor of materia medica and physiology in the Albany medical college;
Clark, Rufus W.
Albany, . S. R. Gray,. 1867. 18 p..

A discourse on the life and character of Rev. Geo. Duffield, D.D.: late pastor of the First Presbyterian Church of Detroit, and former pastor of the First Presbyterian Church of Carlisle, Pa.
Wing, Conway P.
Carlisle, Pa.. Printed at Elliott's Book and Job Office,. 1868. 24 p. ;.

A discourse on the life and character of Samuel Putnam, LL.D., A.A.S., late judge of the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts: delivered in the West Church
Bartol, C. A.
Boston. Crosby, Nichols,. 1853.. 20 p. ;.

A discourse on the life and character of the Reverend John Thornton Kirkland, D.D. LL.D.: formerly Pastor of the church on Church Green, Boston, and late President of Harvard University, delivered in the church on Church Green, May 3, 1840
Young, Alexander,
Boston. Charles C. Little and James Brown,. 1840 . 104 p. ;.

A discourse on the life, character, and public services of James Kent,: late chancellor of the state of New-York; delivered by request, before the judiciary and bar of the city and state of New-York, April 12, 1848.
Duer, John,
New-York, . D. Appleton & company;. 1848.. 86 p..

A discourse on the life, character, and public services of James Kent, late chancellor of the state of New-York: delivered by request, before the judiciary and bar of the city and state of New-York, April 12, 1848
Duer, John,
New York. D. Appleton,. 1848.. 86 p..

A discourse on the lives and characters of Thomas Jefferson and John Adams, who both died on the fourth of July, 1826: delivered, at the request of the citizens of Washington, in the Hall of Representatives of the United States, on the niteenth October, 1826
Wirt, William,
Washington [D.C.]. Printed by Gales & Seaton.. 1826.. 69 p. ;.

¬A¬ discourse on the Lord's Day; or Christian Sabbath. In which the points of doctrine on that subject, are ... stated. Published in addition to three sermons, for the Festivals and fasts of the Church of England. By Joseph Holden Pott
Pott, Joseph Holden
London. printed for F. and C. Rivington. 1794. 27,[1]p.