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An Account of the Obligations the States of Holland Have to Great-Britain, and the Return They Have Made Both in Europe and the Indies: With Reflections Upon the Peace (1711)
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A brief account of some of the late incroachments and depredations of the Dutch upon the English and of a few of those many advantages which by fraud and violence they have made of the British nations since the revolution, and of the means enabling them thereunto. (London?, 1695)
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A brief justification of the Prince of Orange's descent into England, and of the kingdoms late recourse to arms with a modest disquisition of what may become the wisdom and justice of the ensuing convention in their disposal of the crown. (London : J.S. and sold by Richard Baldwin ..., 1689)
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A dialogue between Sir Roger - and Mr. Rob. Ferg- in Newgate relating to the plot: (London : E. Whitlock, near Stationers-Hall, 1696)
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The East-India-trade a most profitable trade to the kingdom. And best secured and improved in a company, and a joint-stock. Represented in a letter written upon the occasion of two letters lately published, insinuating the contrary. (London : [s.n.], printed in the year, 1677)
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Een Aanspraak En Addres, Van 't Volck van Engelandt Aan de Stadt Londen, Tot Bewaaring van zijn Majesteyts Persoon, Vryheydt, Eygendom, en van de Protestantsche Religie (Utrecht, 1679)
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An enquiry into and detection of the barbarous murther of the late Earl of Essex, or, A vindication of that noble person from the guilt and infamy of having destroy'd himself (London?, 1684)
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The Extraordinary Case of the Bp. of St. David's, Further Clear'd and Made Plain, from the Several Views that Have Been Made of It: Wherein the Articles Against Him are Consider'd; and His Lordship Vindicated from Them. [An Abridgment, Signed G. H., of “A Large Review” by Robert Ferguson.] (1703)
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Ferguson's remonstrance to the council of six upon the first discovery of the late horrid conspriacy a satyr. (London : Charles Corbet ..., 1684)
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The History of All the Mobs, Tumults, and Insurrections in Great Britain, from William the Conqueror to the Present Time. To which is Added the Act of Parliament and Proclamation for Punishing Rioters. (Begun by Mr. F. and Continued by an Impartial Hand.). (1715)
GB 
The History of the Revolution [of 1688 in England]. (1706)
GB 
The interest of reason in religion with the import & use of scripture-metaphors, and the nature of the union betwixt Christ & believers : (with reflections on several late writings, especially Mr. Sherlocks Discourse concerning the knowledg of Jesus Christ, &c.) modestly enquired into and stated (London : Dorman Newman ..., 1675)
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The Interest of Reason in Religion: With the Import & Use of Scripture Metaphors and the Nature of the Union Betwixt Christ & Believers (London, 1675)
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A just and modest vindication of the Scots design, for the having established a colony at Darien with a brief display, how much it is their interest, to apply themselves to trade, and particularly to that which is foreign. (Edinburgh?, 1699)
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Justification onely upon a satisfaction, or, The necessity and verity of the satisfaction of Christ as the alone ground of remission of sin : asserted & opened against the Socinians : together with an appendix in vindication of a sermon preached on Heb. 2. 10, from the exceptions of H. W. in a pamphlet called The freeness of Gods grace in the forgiveness of sins by Jesus Christ (London : D. Newman ..., 1668)
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A large review of the Summary view, of the Articles exhibited against the Bp. of St. David's, and of the proofs made thereon (1702) [With this is bound: The extraordinary case of the Bp. of St. David's / Robert Ferguson. 1703 -- The Bishop of St. David's vindicated / Robert Ferguson. 1705]
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The late proceedings and votes of the Parliament of Scotland contained in an address delivered to the King (Glasgow : Andrew Hepburn, 1689)
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A letter to a person of honour concerning the black box (London, 1680)
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A letter to a person of honour, concerning the kings disavovving the having been married to the D. of M's mother (London, 1680)
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A letter to Mr. Secretary Trenchard discovering a conspiracy against the laws and ancient constitution of England : with reflections on the present pretended plot. (London, 1694)
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