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Jeremy Collier (1650-1726)
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A collection of tracts written by the late Reverend and learned Jeremy Collier: for restoring some prayers and directions as they stand in the communion-service of the first English Reformed Liturgy (J. Osborn, 1736)
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A communion office, taken partly from primitive liturgies, and partly from the first English reformed Common-prayer-book: together with offices for confirmation, and the visitation of the sick (James Bettenham, 1718)
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La Critique du théâtre anglois, comparé au théâtre d'Athènes, de Rome et de France, et l'opinion des auteurs tant profanes que sacrez, touchant les spectacles, de l'anglois de M. Collier (N. Simart, 1715)
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An ecclesiastical history of Great Britain, chiefly of England: from the first planting of Christianity, to the end of the reign of King Charles the Second; with a brief account of the affairs of religion in Ireland, ed. Francis Foster Barham (W. Straker, 1840)
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An ecclesiastical history of Great Britain: chiefly of England, from the first planting of Christianity, to the end of the reign of King Charles the Second; with a brief account of the affairs of religion in Ireland. Collected from the best ancient historians, councils, and records, ed. Francis Foster Barham, vol. 1 (W. Straker, 1840)
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Essays upon several moral subjects: Part III. ... By Jeremy Collier, M.A. (George Strahan, 1720)
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God not the origin of evil, an additional sermon to a collection of mr. Collier's discourses (1726)
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A letter to a lady concerning the new play house (Joseph Downing, 1706)
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Reasons for restoring some prayers and directions: as they stand in the communion-service of the first English reform'd liturgy, compiled by the bishops in the ... reign of King Edward VI. (John Morphew, 1717)
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A representation of the impiety & immorality of the English stage: with reasons for putting a stop thereto: and some questions addrest to those who frequent the play-houses (J. Nutt, 1704)
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Several discourses upon practical subjects: The arguments of which may be collected from the contents (W. Bowyer, for the author, 1725)
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