|Series||Selected Americana from Sabin"s Dictionary of books relating to America, from its discovery to the present time -- 17905|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||40|
-- Letter to the Reverend Alexander Cumming. Bellamy, Joseph, -- -- Essay on the nature and glory of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Bellamy, Joseph, -- -- Remarks on the Rev'd. Mr. Croswell's Letter to the Reverend Mr. Cumming. Cumming, A. -- (Alexander), -- -- Animadversions on the Reverend Mr. Croswell's late letter. Croswell, Andrew, -- -- Letter to the Reverend Alexander Cumming. Cumming, A. -- (Alexander), -- -- Animadversions on the Reverend Mr. Croswell's late letter. View all subjects; More like this: Similar Items. Animadversions on the Reverend Mr. Croswell's late letter &c. designed to remove prejudices it tends to excite against the truth: and to shew that the principal doctrines contained and contended for therein, are not only according to truth, but opposite thereto / by: Cumming, A. Animadversions on the Reverend Mr. Croswell's late Letter &c. designed to remove prejudices it tends to excite against the truth: and to shew that the principal doctrines contained and contended for therein, are not only not according to truth, but opposite thereto. / by: Cumming, A.
With Animadversions on his True Gospel of Jesus Christ asserted (London, ), pp. ix-x, A Defence of True Liberty from Antecedent and Extrinsecall Necessity, being an answer to a late book of Mr Thomas Hobbs of Malmsbury, intituled, A Letter to the Reverend Mr John Wesley: in answer to his Sermon, entituled, Free-Grace. Speeches and Prayers of John Barkstead, &c., with some due and sober animadversions, , and A Letter from Col. Barkstead, c., to their friends in the Quarter tone (2, words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article find links to article. Dr. Watts No Socinian. A Reputation of the Testimony of Dr. Lardner, As Brought Forward in the Rev. T. Belsham's Memoirs of the Late Rev. Theophilus Lindsey, That Dr. Watt's Last Sentiments Were Completely "Unitarian". In a Series of Letters to the Rev. Joseph Smith of Manchester. London: Printed for the author by S. Couchman, Palmer. To the Rev Mr Warton, Curate of Woodstock, and Late Professor of Poetry in Oxford To the Author, on his Book of Poems Woodstock The Manor Ruins Sunday Industry and Sloth. A Dialogue ToMrT. D. The Crafts in Distress Sent to his Grace the D of, on Receiving a Bounty for his Poems Bowley's Ale The Tail
44 In November , five men entered Johnson's home and cruelly beat him “for the book he wrote.” See A True and Faithful Relation of the Horrid and Barbarous Attempt to Assassinate the Reverend Mr. Samuel Johnson (); “Some Memorials,” p. xvii; The Ellis Correspondence (n. 14 above), 1: . Full text of "John Milton: his life and times, religious and political an appendix, containing animadversions upon Dr. Johnson's Life of Milton, etc., etc" See other formats. A Letter to a Layman on the subject of the Rev. Mr. Lindsey's Proposal for a Reformed English Church upon the plan o the late Dr. Samuel Clarke. An Examination of Dr. Reid's Inquiry in to the Human Mind, on the Principles of Common Sense; Dr. Beattie's Essay on the Nature and Immutability of Truth; and Dr. Oswald's Appeal to Common Sense in. (By Mark Burden) The following bibliography covers the period , and includes texts which mention Henry More by name. Henry Hill, A Dialogue between Timotheus & Judas () [book advertisement only] John Hall, Poems () Charles Hotham, An Introduction to the Teutonick Philosophie () Charles Hotham, A True State of the Case of Mr. Hotham, late Fellow of Peter .