¬A¬ discourse on the Lord's Supper, by Jeremy Taylor, D.D. ... MDCLXXIV. Republished by John Wheeldon, A.M. ...
Taylor, Jeremy
London. printed by George Bigg. 1792. [2],91,[1]p.,plate.

¬A¬ discourse on the love of our country: delivered on Nov. 4, 1789, at the Meeting-house in the Old Jewry, to the Society for Commemorating the Revolution in Great Britain
Price, Richard
London. Printed by George Stafford, for T. Cadell. 1789. 51, 13 p..

A discourse on the love of our country: delivered on Nov. 4, 1789, at the meeting-house in the Old Jewry, to the Society for commemorating the revolution in Great Britain. With an appendix, ... Second edition. By Richard Price
Price, Richard
Dublin. printed for Messrs. H. Chamberlaine, P. Byrne, L. White, Grueber and MÀllister, J. Jones, J. Moore, and W. Jones. 1790. 56,16p.

A discourse on the love of our country: delivered on Nov. 4, 1789, at the meeting-house in the Old Jewry, to the Society for Commmemorating the Revolution in Great Britain. By Richard Price, D.D. LL.D. F.R.S. and fellow of the American Philosophical Societies at Philadelphia and Boston
Price, Richard
S.l.. London, printed: Boston, reprinted: by Edward E. Powars, Court Street. [M.DCC.XC. [1790]. 40 p..

A discourse on the man of sin;: delivered in the chapel of Harvard College, in Cambridge, New-England, September 1, 1773. At the lecture founded by the Hon. Paul Dudley, Esq.
Cooper, Samuel,
Boston:. Printed and sold by Mills and Hicks, at their printing-office in School-Street,,. 1774. 59, [1] p. ;.

¬A¬ discourse on the memory of that rare and truely virtuous person Sir Robert Fletcher of Saltoun: who died the 13 of January last, in the thirty ninth year of his age
Burnet, Gilbert
Edinburgh. Printed by a society of stationers. 1665.

A discourse on the method of correctly conducting one's reason and seeking truth in the sciences
Descartes, René, ; Maclean, Ian
Oxford ; . Oxford University Press,. 2006. lxxv, 84 p. ;.

A Discourse on the Miracles of our Saviour, in view of the present controversy between Infidels and Apostates
Woolston, Thomas
4th edition. London. 1728. 69 S..

A discourse on the nature and design, the benefits and proper subjects of baptism
Finley, Robert,
Philadelphia. B.B. Hopkins and co.,. 1808 . 40 p..

A discourse on the nature and excellency of saving faith.: With plain rules for self-examination concerning it
Appleton, Nathaniel,
Boston,. Printed by J. Draper, for N. Procter, at the Bible and Dove in Fish-Street,,. 1742. 36 p. ;.

A discourse on the nature and reasonableness of fasting, and on the existing causes that call us to that duty.: Delivered at Princeton, on Tuesday the 6th January, 1795. Being the day appointed by the Synod of New-York and New-Jersey, to be observed as a general fast, by all the churches of their communion in those states; and now published in compliance with the request of the students of theology and law in Princeton.
Smith, Samuel Stanhope,
Philadelphia:. Printed by William Young, bookseller, no. 52, Second-Street, corner of Chesnut-Street.,. M,DCC,XCV. [1795]. 31, [1] p. ;.

A discourse on the nature of the American union, as the principal controversy involved in the late Civil War.
Curtis, George Ticknor,
New York, . E.P. Dutton and Company,. 1875.. 35 p..

A discourse on the nature, the proper subjects and the benefits of baptism: with a brief appendix on the mode of administering the ordinance
Smith, Samuel Stanhope,
Philadelphia. B.B. Hopkins,. 1808 . 50 p.

A discourse on the necessity and importance of wisdom and knowledge: delivered at the opening of the Lincoln Academy in New-Castle, October 1st, 1805
Bayley, Kiah,
Wiscasset [Me.]. Printed by Babson and Rust,. 1805.. 20 p..

A discourse on the occasion of the death of James H. Perkins: delivered in the First Congregational Church of Cincinnati, on Sunday, December 23, 1849
Heywood, John H. ; Barrett, B. F.
Cincinnati. Wright, Ferris,. 1850.. 47 p. ;.

A discourse on the order and propriety of divine inspiration and revelation ...: Also, A discourse on the second appearing of Christ, in and through the order of the female, and a discourse on the propriety and necessity of a united inherance in all things, in order to support a true Christian community
Leonard, William.
Harvard, Mass.. The United Society,. 1853.. 88 p. ;.

A discourse on the origin of inequality ; A discourse on political economy ; The social contract
Rousseau, Jean-Jacques,
Franklin Center, Pa.. Franklin Library,. 1982.. 289 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 22 cm..

A discourse on the origin, progress and design of free masonry.: Delivered at the meeting-house in Charlestown, in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, on the anniversary of St. John the Baptist. June 24, A.D. 1793.
Bartlett, Josiah,
Boston:. Printed by Brother Thomas and John Fleet.,. MDCCXCIII. [1793]. 31, [1] p. ;.

A discourse on the philosophy of analogy: delivered before the Phi Beta Kappa Society of Rhode Island, September 7, 1831
Wayland, Francis,
Boston. Hilliard, Gray, Little, and Wilkins,. 1831.. 32 p. ;.

A discourse on the poor laws of England and Scotland, on the state of the poor of Ireland, and on emigration
Strickland, George,
London. Printed for J. Ridgway. 1827 . vi, 127, [1] p..

¬A¬ discourse on the present state of the Law of England, the proposed schemes of reform, and the proper method of study
Byles, John B.
London. 1829. 42 s..

A discourse on the principles involved in the Pusey controversy.
Burnap, George Washington,
Baltimore, . Printed by J.D. Toy,. 1844.. 24 p..

A discourse on the proper character of religious institutions;
Colman, Henry,
Liverpool, . F. B. Wright,. 1825.. 36 p..

A discourse on the proper subjects of Christian baptism
Arnold, Samuel,
Boston. Peirce and Williams,. 1829.. 88 p. ;.

A discourse on the prophecies;: more especially on those prophecies which predict the rise, continuance and downfal of those two great antichristian empires, founded by the Pope and Mohammed; together with the remarkable and glorious events which will immediately follow: being the substance of two sermons, preached at Bethel.
Chapman, Eliphaz,
Printed at Portland [Me.],. by John K. Baker.,. --1797. 39, [1] p. ;.

A discourse on the proposed repeal of the Missouri compromise: delivered of Fast day, April 6, 1854, in the First Congregational Church, in Leicester, Mass.,
Nelson, John,
Worcester, Mass., . E. R. Fiske. [1854]. 14 p.

¬A¬ discourse on the real principles of the revolution, the Bill of Rights, Act of Settlement, &c: in which the representations of Sir Francis Burdett, Mr. Maddox, and others are considered, their ignorance and their falsehood exposed, and their real views detected
Palmer, William Jocelyn
[Mikrofiche-Ausg.]. London. Hatchard. 1809. viii, 72 S.. CIHM/ICMH Microfiche series ; 20933.

¬A¬ discourse on the rise and fall of papacy: wherein the revolution in France, and the abject state of the French King, is distinctly pointed out. Delivered at London in the year M,DCC,1. By Robert Fleming
Fleming, Robert
Edinburgh. printed for John Ogle. 1792. 70p.

A discourse, on the settlement and progress of New-England: delivered in Farmington, on Friday evening, December 22, 1820.
Porter, Noah,
Hartford [Conn.]. Printed by Peter B. Gleason,. 1821.. 20 p. ;.

A discourse on the state and tendency of society: delivered before the literary societies of the College of New Jersey, at Princeton, June 25th, 1867,
Mansfield, Edward Deering,
Philadelphia. McCalla & Stavely, printers,. 1867.. 42 p. ;.

¬A¬ discourse on the studies of the university
Sedgwick, Adam
[Nachdr. d. Ausg. London u.a., 1833]. Leicester u.a.. Leicester Univ. Pr. u.a.. 1969.

¬A¬ discourse on the studies of the university
Sedgwick, Adam ; Mill, John Stuart
Repr. of the 1833 and 1835 ed.. London. Routledge [u.a.]. 1994. VII, 159 S.. British university education.
ISBN 0-415-09257-4

A discourse on the studies of the university and Professor Sedgwick's discourse on the studies of the University of Cambridge
Sedgwick, Adam ; Mill, John Stuart
Repr. of the 1833 and 1835 ed. London [u.a.]. Routledge/Thoemmes. 1994. VII, 109 S., S. 96 - 159. History of British educational thought.
ISBN 0-415-09257-4

A discourse on the study of jurisprudence and the civil law;: being an introduction to a course of lectures.
Bever, Thomas,
Oxford. Printed at the Clarendon Press, sold by D. Prince,. 1766.. 43 p..

¬A¬ discourse on the study of the law of nature and nations: introductory to a course of lectures on that science, to be commenced in Lincoln's Inn Hall, on ... Feb. 13, 1799, in pursuance of an order of the Honourable Society of Lincoln's Inn
Mackintosh, James
London. Printed for T. Cadell, jun. and W. Davies. 1799. 68 p..

A discourse on the subject of animation.: Delivered before the Humane Society of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, June 11, 1792.
Bartlett, John,
Printed at Boston,. by Isaiah Thomas and Ebenezer T. Andrews, Faust's Statue, no. 45, Newbury Street.,. MDCCXCII. [1792]. 40 p. ;.

A discourse on the transcendent glory of the Gospel.: Deliver'd at the lecture in Hingham.
Gay, Ebenezer, ; Gay, Ebenezer,
Boston in New-England:. Printed for D. Henchman, over against the Brick-Meeting-House in Cornhil.,. MDCCXXVIII. [1728]. [6], 64 p. ;.

A discourse on the unity of the church as a monumental pillar of the truth;: designed to reconcile Christians of all parties and denominations in charity and fellowship, as one body in Christ; : delivered before an association of ministers convened at Portsmouth, October 12, 1791, and in substance repeated at a lecture in Hampton Falls, January 26, 1792.
Langdon, Samuel,
Printed at Exeter [N.H.],. by Henry Ranlet, and sold at his office in Main-Street,,. 1792. 30, [2] p. ;.

A discourse on the uses and results of church history
Dabney, Robert Lewis,
Richmond. Ritches and Dunnavant,. 1854.. 23 p. ;.

A discourse on the validity of Presbyterian ordination: delivered in the chapel of the university in Cambridge, May 9, 1810, at the anniversary lectures founded by the Hon. Paul Dudley, Esq.
Holmes, Abiel,
Cambridge [Mass.]. William Hilliard,. 1810 . 44 p..

A discourse on the way of instruction by catechisms, and of the best method of composing them.
Watts, Isaac,
[Boston]. London, printed. Boston, N.E. Reprinted and sold by Rogers and Fowle in Queen-Street.,. 1748. ix, [1], 62 p. ;.

¬A¬ discourse on trade and other matters: relative to it
Cary, John
Repr. of the 1745 ed.. London ¬[u.a.]¬. Routledge ¬[u.a.]¬. 1992. XX, 204 S.. British seventeenth and eighteenth-century economic thought.

¬A¬ discourse on trade and other matters relative to it
Cary, John
1 Aufl.. London. Routledge [u. a.]. 1992. XX, 204 S.. History of british economic thought : British 17th and 18th century economic thought.

A discourse on true magnanimity,: addressed particularly to young men, and delivered in the Second Presbyterian Church in Albany, February 25, 1844.
Sprague, William Buell,
Albany [N.Y.]. Erastus H. Pease,. 1844.. 56 p. ;.

A discourse on witchcraft: occasioned by a bill now depending in Parliament to repeal the statute made in the first year of the reign of King James I, intituled, An act against conjuration, witchcraft, and dealing with evil and wicked spirits ...
London. Printed for J. Read ...,. 1736.. iv, [5]-47, [1] p. ;.

¬A¬ Discourse on writing
Usher, James
Paris. Parsons & Galignani. 1804. 224 S. ; 8-o.

¬A¬ discourse on writing
Chesterfield, Philip Dormer Stanhope ¬of¬
Paris. Parsons u.a.. 1804. 82 S..

¬A¬ discourse on writing addressed to a lady by Usher, Characters by Chesterfield &c. &c.
Usher, James <Archiepiscopi Armachani> ; Stanhope, Philip Dormer
Paris. Parsons. 1804. 82 S.. British library ; 2.

¬A¬ Discourse on writing, Characters
Chesterfield, Philip Dormer Stanhope ¬of¬
Paris. [ca. 1800].

¬A¬ discourse opening the nature of that episcopacie
Greville, Robert
London. Cartwright. 1641.

¬A¬ discourse opening the nature of that episcopacie, which is exercised in England
Greville, Robert
2. ed.. London. 1642.

A discourse or dialogue between the two now potent enemies
London. Bates. 1642.

¬A¬ discourse, or parly, continued betwixt Patricius and Peregrine touching the civill wars of England and Ireland
London. [1643].

¬A¬ discourse or traictise of Petur Martyr Vermilla Flore[n]tine, the publyque reader of diuinitee in the Vniuersitee of Oxford: wherein he openly declared his whole and determinate iudgemente concernynge the sacrament of the Lordes supper in the sayde Vniuersitee
Vermigli, Pietro Martire ; Udall, Nicholas
S.l.. By Robert Stoughton [i.e. E. Whitchurch] dwellinge within Ludgate at the signe of the Bysshoppes Miter for Nycolas Udall. [1550]].

A discourse, preached at the funeral of the Reverend Elizur Goodrich, D.D.: Pastor of the church in Durham, and one of the members of the Corporation of Yale-College;
Dwight, Timothy,
New-Haven;. Printed by T. and S. Green.,. [1797]. 38, [2] p. ;.

A discourse, preached at the ordination of the Rev. Eli Smith,: to the pastoral care of the church in Hollis, November 27th, MDCCXCIII.
Emmons, Nathanael, ; Dix, Samuel, ; Bullard, John,
Printed at Worcester, Massachusetts,. by Leonard Worcester.,. MDCCXCIV. [1794]. 34, [2] p. ;.

A discourse preached before the members of the Boston Female Asylum, September 24th, 1813: at their thirteenth anniversary
Harris, Thaddeus Mason,
Boston. Russell, Cutler,. 1813. 30 p. ;.

A discourse preached before the members of the Boston Female Asylum, September 24th, 1813, at their thirteenth anniversary
Harris, Thaddeus Mason,
Boston. Russell, Cutler & Co.,. 1813.. 32 p. ;.

A discourse preached before the members of the Boston Female Asylum, September 24th, at their thirteenth anniversary
Harris, Thaddeus Mason,
Boston. Russell, Cutler & Co.,. 1813 . 32 p. ;.

A discourse preached, December 15th 1774.: Being the day recommended by the Provincial Congress, to be observed in thanksgiving to God for the blessings enjoyed; and humiliation on account of public calamities.
Lathrop, John,
Boston:. Printed by D. Kneeland; and sold by Samuel Webb, in Queen-Street.,. 1774.. 39, [1] p. ;.

A discourse preached in the Center Church, in New Haven, August 27, 1828
Bacon, Leonard, ; Gurley, Ralph Randolph,
Freeport, N.Y., . Books for Libraries Press,. 1971. 36 p..

A discourse preparatory to the choice of a minister.: Being the substance of two sermons preach'd to the Old or First Gather'd Church in Boston, June 11. 1727. The Lord's Day before their election of a colleague-pastor.
Foxcroft, Thomas,
Boston, N.E.. Printed by Gamaliel Rogers in Long Lane, for Samuel Gerrish at the lower end of Cornhill.,. 1727. [4], 67, [1] p. ;.

A discourse pronounced at the inauguration of the author as Royall Professor of Law in Harvard University, August 26, 1834
Greenleaf, Simon,
Cambridge. J. Munroe,. 1834.. 28 p. ;.

A discourse pronounced at the request of the Essex Historical Society: on the 18th of September, 1828, in commemoration of the first settlement of Salem, in the state of Massachusetts
Story, Joseph,
Boston. Hilliard, Gray, Little, and Wilkins,. 1828.. 90 p. ;.

A discourse pronounced before the Law Academy of Philadelphia, on the 26th of October, 1831.
Kane, John K.
Philadelphia, . Law academy,. 1831.. 32 p..

A discourse pronounced upon the inauguration of the author, as Dane Professor of Law in Harvard University: on the twenty-fifth day of August, 1829
Story, Joseph,
Boston. Hilliard, Gray, Little, and Wilkins,. 1829.. 60 p. ;.

A discourse, proving from Scripture and reason that the life of man is not limited by any absolute decree of God
Author of The duty of man.
London. Printed and are to be sold by Henry Bonwicke ...,. 1680.. [4], 134, [5], 102 p..

A Discourse publickly delivered by a female Friend, from Old England, in the Friends Meeting-House, in Pine-Street, Philadelphia, on the third day of the 5th month, 1769: also a prayer, by another Friend:
Darragh, William,
Philadelphia:. [s.n.],. Printed in the year M,DCC,LXIX. [1769]. iv, [1], 6-24 p. ;.

A Discourse publicly delivered by a female Friend, from Old England, in the Friend's [sic] Meeting-House, in Pine Street Philadelphia, on the third day of the 5th month, 1769.: Also a prayer, by another Friend.
Darragh, William.
Philadelphia:. Printed by Jacob Johnson & Co. no. 147 --Market-Street.--,. 1794. 17, [1], 4, [2] p. ;.

¬A¬ discourse relating to the much-lamented death and solemn funeral of our incomparable and most gracious Queen Mary, of most blessed memory
Howe, John
London. Printed for Brabazon Aylmer. 1695.

¬A¬ Discourse relating to the Much-lamented Death, and Solemn Funeral ... of ... Queen Mary
Howe, John
London. B. Aylmer. 1695. 2 Bl., 43 S..

¬A¬ discourse relating to the much-lamented death ... of ... Queen Mary
Howe, John
London. Aylmer. 1695. 48 S..

A discourse relative to the subject of animation,: delivered before the Humane Society of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, at their semiannual meeting June 13th, 1797.
Fleet, John,
Boston:. Printed by John & Thomas Fleet, Cornhill,. 1797. 25, [1] p. ;.

A discourse shewing I. That the duties of the second table of the law are binding duties on Christians under the Gospel: II. That the neglect of relative duties is likely to wear out all religion ... IV. That there may be many things seen in our way of doing business, that says, pride and covetousness leads us to neglect the rules of justice and equity
Glasgow. printed in the year. 1720. 110p.

A discourse shewing that Christ's tender care of his mother is an excellent pattern for all gracious children to the end of the world.
Flavel, John,
Boston in New-England:. Re-printed for John Phillips at the Stationers Arms, the next shop to Mr. Dolbear's the brazier's.,. 1728. 20 p.

A discourse, shewing that Christ's tender care of his mother is an excellent pattern for all gracious children to the end of the world.
Flavel, John,
[Springfield, Mass.?]. Printed for, and sold by Shem Chapen,,. in the year M,DCC,LXXXIII. [1783]. 16 p. ;.

A discourse shewing that kings have their being and authority from God: that therefore good kings when dead are lamented, that all while living are to be obeyed, and that treason and rebellion are punishable both in this and the next worl: preached the Sunday following the news of the death of ... Charles the Second
Curtois, John,
London. Printed for Jo. Hindmarsh ...,. 1685.. [4], 32 p..

A discourse shewing that Protestants are on the safer side, notwithstanding the uncharitable judgment of their adversaries: and that their religion is the surest way to heaven.
Beaulieu, Luke,
London. Printed for Richard Chiswell ...,. 1687.. [4], 7-43, [1] p..

A discourse shewing that the exportation of wooll is destructive to this kingdom: wherein is also shewed the absolute necessity of promoting our woollen manufacture and moderating the importation of some commodities and prohibiting otherswith some easie expedients tending thereunto
Manley, Thomas,
London. Printed for Samuel Crouch,. 1677.. [4], 12 p..

A discourse, shewing, that the real first cause of the straits and difficulties of this province of Massachusetts Bay, is it's extravagancy, & not paper money: and also what is a safe foundation to raise a bank of credit on, and what not, (with some remarks on Amicus Patriae) & a projection for emitting of more bills of credit on the province : by way of dialogue, between a representative in said province, and a certain gentleman concerned for the good of his native country
Paine, Thomas, ; Wise, John, ; Henchman, Daniel,
Boston. Printed by J. Franklin, for D. Henchman ...,. 1721.. 16 p. ;.

A discourse, shewing the certainty of Christ's personal appearance and universal reign at the head of his Zion, over all the nations and kingdoms in this lower world.: [Three lines from Revelation]
Fish, Samuel.
Windham [Conn.]:. Printed for the author [by John Byrne].,. 1793. 24 p. ;.

A discourse shewing the danger and sinfulness of stage.
Law, William,
Edinburgh, . Printed by T. Lumisden,. 1751.. 1 p. l., 31 p..

A discourse shewing the many advantages which will accrue to this kingdom by the abatement of usury: together with the absolute necessity of reducing interest of money to the lowest rate it bears in other countreys, that, at least, we may trade with our neighbours upon equal terms : humbly presented to the high court of Parliament now sitting
Culpeper, Thomas, ; Leach, Thomas, ; Wilkinson, Christopher,
London. Printed by Tho. Leach, for Christopher Wilkinson ...,. 1668.. [12], 34 p. ;.

A discourse tending to prove the baptisme in, or under the defection of Antichrist to be the ordinance of Jesus Christ: as also that the baptisme of infants or children is warrantable, and agreeable to the word of God : where the perpetui of the estate of Christs church in the world and the everlastingnesse of the covenant of Almighty God to Abraham are set forth as maine grounds, and sundry other particular things are controverted and discussed
Barbon, Praisegod,
London. Printed by R. Oulton & G. Dexter, and are to be sold by Benjamine Allen ...,. 1642.. [8], 32 p..

A discourse, the substance of which was delivered at Hopkinton, on the Lord's-Day, March 24th, 1776,: being the next Sabbath following the precipitate flight of the British troops from Boston.
Fitch, Elijah,
Boston:. Printed by John Boyle in Marlborough-Street.,. MDCCLXXVI. [1776]. 30, [2] p. ;.

¬A¬ discourse to prove that the strongest temptations are conquerable by Christians, or, A sober defence of nature and grace, against the cavils, and excuses of loose inconsiderate men: in a sermon preach'd before the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor of London, and Court of Aldermen, the 14th of January, 1676/7
Hickes, George
The second edition. London. Printed for Walter Kettilby. 1683.

¬A¬ discourse to the Lords of the Parliament as touching the murther committed uppon Henrie the great
London. Butter. 1611.

¬A¬ discourse touching Tanger
London. 1680. 38 S..

¬A¬ discourse, to which the prize was adjudged by the Academy of Dijon, in the year 1750, on this question proposed by that academy: whether the re-establishment of arts and sciences has contributed to purify our morals. By a citizen of Geneva. Translated from the French, by R. Wynne, A.M
Rousseau, Jean-Jacques
London. printed for E. Withers. 1752. viii,55,[1]p..

¬A¬ discourse upon a questionb of the estate of this time
London. Wolfe. 1591.

A discourse upon coins,
Davanzati, Bernardo, ; Toland, John,
London, . Printed by J.D. for A. and J. Churchil,. 1696.. vi, 7-26 p..

¬A¬ Discourse upon comedy: the recruiting Officer and The Beaux Stratagem
Farquhar, George ; Strauss, Louis A.
London. Heath. s.a.. LVI, 358 S.. The Belles-Lettres Series ; 3.

A discourse upon dilapidations, ecclesiastical and general: their nature and the principles of assessment succinctly demonstrated
Morris, Thomas, ; Morris, Thomas,
London. Simpkin, Marshall,. 1867.. xiv, 122, 18 p..

¬A¬ Discourse upon grants and resumptions: Showing how our ancestors have proceeded with such ministers as have procured to themselves grants of the Crown-reve nue; an that the forfeited estates ought to be applied towards the payment of the public debts
Davenant, Charles
2. Ed.. London. Knapton. 1700. 448 S..

A discourse upon grants and resumptions.: Showing how our ancestors have proceeded with such ministers as have procured to themselves grants of the crown-revenue; and that the forfeited estates ought to be applied towards the payment of the publick debts.
Davenant, Charles,
London. Printed for J. Knapton,. 1704.. 12 p.L., 448 p..

A discourse upon prodigious abstinence: occasioned by the twelve moneths fasting of Martha Taylor, the famed Derbyshire damosell : proving that without any miracle, the texture of humane bodies may be so altered, that life may be long connued without the supplies of meat & drink : with an account of the heart, and how far it is interessed in the business of fermentation
Reynolds, John,
London. Printed by R.W. for Nevill Simmons ... and for Dorman Newman ...,. 1669.. [7], 37 p..

¬A¬ discourse upon questions in debate
[London]. [1643].

A discourse upon Sr Walter Rawleigh's great cordial
Le Fèvre, Nicaise, ; Raleigh, Walter, ; Belon, P.
London. Printed by J.F. for Octavian Pulleyn, Junior ...,. 1664.. [14], 110 p..

A discourse upon the duties of a physician: with some sentiments, on the usefulness and necessity of a public hospital ; delivered before the president and governors of King' College, held on the 16th of May 1769 : as advice to those gentlemen who then received the first medical degrees conferred by that university
Bard, Samuel

A discourse upon the fourth commandment,: where particular notice is taken of Dr. Heylin's chief cavils against the Sabbath, in his History of that sacred rest: or the arguments of the famous Dr. Wallis, in his Defence, &c. relating to the patriarchal state: with several other incidental matters ...
Hill, Robert.
London, . 1728.. [16], 156 p..

A discourse upon the institution of medical schools in America;: delivered at a public anniversary commencement, held in the College of Philadelphia May 30 and 31, 1765. : With a preface containing, amongst other things, the author's apology for attempting to introduce the regular mode of practising physic in Philadelphia:
Morgan, John, ; Powel, Samuel,
Philadelphia:. Printed and sold by William Bradford, at the corner of Market and Front-Streets,,. MDCC,LXV. [1765]. vii, [1], xxvi, [2], 63, [3] p. ;.

A discourse upon the institution of medical schools in America
Morgan, John,
New York. Arno Press,. 1975.. xxviii, 63 p..

A discourse upon the institution of medical schools in America,
Morgan, John,
Baltimore, . The Johns Hopkins press,. 1937.. 2 p.\U+25a1\., iii-vi p., facsim. (vii, xxviii, 63 p.).

¬A¬ discourse upon the life, character, and services of John Marshall, Chief Justice of the United States of America
Story, Joseph
Boston. Munroe. 1835. 74 S..

¬A¬ discourse upon the origin and foundation of the inequality among mankind
Rousseau, Jean-Jacques
Reprinting [der Ausg.] New York, 1761. New York. Franklin. 1971. LX, 260 S.. Burt Franklin research and social works series ; 694.

¬A¬ discourse upon the origin and foundation of the inequality among mankind
Rousseau, Jean-Jacques
London. Printed for R. and J. Dodsley. 1761.

¬A¬ discourse upon the origin and foundation of the inequality among mankind. By John James Rousseau
Rousseau, Jean-Jacques
London. printed for R. and J. Dodsley. 1761.

A discourse upon the Pharisee and the Publicane.
Bunyan, John,
London:. Printed for Joh. Harris, at the Harrow over against the Church in the Poultry.,. 1685. [2], 24, [2], 25-202 p.

A discourse upon the plague: with a preparatory account of malignant fevers
Blackmore, Richard, ; Clark, John,
London. Printed for John Clark at the Bible and Crown in the Poultry, near Cheapside,. M,DCC,XXII.. 99 p. ;.

A discourse upon the plague: with a preparatory account of malignant fevers. In two parts. The first, containing, an explication of the nature of those diseases. The second, the method of cure.
Blackmore, Richard,
London, . J. Clark,. 1721.. 99 p..

¬A¬ discourse upon the present estate of France
Hurault, Michel
London. Wolfe. 1588.

¬A¬ discourse upon the questions in debate
[London]. [1642].

A Discourse upon the questions in debate between the King and Parliament.
[London. s.n.,. 1642]. 16 p. ;.

A discourse upon the question, whether the King shall be tried?: Delivered before the Society of the Friends of the Constitution, at Paris, at a meeting, July 10th, 1791. By J.P. Brissot de Warville, member of that society. Translated by P.J.G. de Nancrede, preceptor of the French language, in the University of Cambridge
Brissot de Warville, J.-P.
The first American edition. [Boston]. Printed at Boston by J. Belknap and A. Young. Sold at their printing-office, no. 34, Newbury Street, and by the booksellers in town and country. 1791. [2],iv,[1],6-34p..

¬A¬ discourse upon the reason of the resolution taken in the Valteline, etc.
Sarpi, Paolo
London. Lee. 1628.

A discourse upon usury: [1572]
Wilson, Thomas ; Tawney, Richard H. [Bearb.]
London. Bell. 1925. VII, 392 S..

A discourse upon usury: by way of dialogue and orations, for the better variety and more delight of all those that shall read this treatise (1572)
Wilson, Thomas (Politiker)
London. Cass. 1962. VIII, 392 S..

A discourse upon usury: by way of dialogue and orations, for the better variety and more delight of all those that shall read this treatise (1572)
Wilson, Thomas ; Tawney, Richard H.
New York. Harcourt. 1925. VIII, 392 S.. Classics of social & political science.

A DISCOURSE UPON USURY : BY WAY OF DIALOGUE AND ORATIONS ; FOR THE BETTER VARIETY AND MORE DELIGHT OF ALL THOSE THAT SHALL READ THIS TREATISE (1572) / BY THOMAS WILSON. WITH AN HISTOR. INTROD. BY R.H. TAWNEY
Wilson, Thomas
REPR.. LONDON. CASS. 1962. VIII,392 S..

¬A¬ discourse upon usury by way of dialogue and orations, for the better variety and more delight of all those that shall read this treatise (1572)
Wilson, Thomas ; Tawney, Richard Henry
Repr. London. Cass [u.a.]. 1965. VIII, 392 S.. Reprints of economic classics.

A Discourse upon usury, or, Lending money for increase (occasioned by Mr. David Jones's late farewel sermon): proving by undeniable arguments the lawfulness thereof and answering the plausible objections from Scripture, councils, and faths against it
London. Printed for Samuel Crouch ...,. 1692.. [4], 36 p..

A discourse uppon usurye
Wilson, Thomas
London. Tottelli. 1572.

¬A¬ discourse vpon chyrurgery: written by that famous doctour and knight, Signior Leonardo Phiorauanti, Bolognese. VVith a declaration of many wonderfull matters necessary to be knowne; with most notable secret found out by the said authour. Translated out of Italian by Iohn Hester, and now newly published and augmented, for the benefite of this country: by Richard Booth, Gent
Fioravanti, Leonardo ; Hester, John
London. [Printed by Edward Allde dwelling neere vnto Chirst-Church [sic]. 1626.

A discourse vppon vsurye: by vvaye of dialogue and oracions, for the better varietye, and more delite of all those, that shall reade thys treatise. By Thomas Wilson, doctor of the ciuill lawes, one of the masters of her maiesties honorable courte of requestes. Seene & allowed, according to the Queenes Maiesties iniunctions
Wilson, Thomas
S.l.. [In ædibus Rychardi Tottelli]. 1572.

¬A¬ discourse wherein is held forth the opposition of the doctrine, worship, and practices of the Roman Church: to the nature, designs and characters of the christian faith
Burnet, Gilbert
London. Watts. 1688. 71 S..

A discourse wherein is held forth the opposition of the doctrine, worship, and practices of the Roman church to the nature, designs and characters of the Christian faith
Burnet, Gilbert,
London. Printed for J. Watts,. 1688.. [3]-71 p. ;.

¬A¬ discourse wherein the interest of the patient in reference to Physick and Physicians is soberly debated, many abuses of the Apothecaries in the preparing their medicines are detected and their unfitness for practice discovered: Together with reasons and advantages of Physicians preparing their own medicines
London. 1669.

A discourse whether it may be lawful to take use for money
Filmer, Robert
London. Printed for Will. Crook. 1678. Online-Ressource.