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Richard Baxter (1615-1691)
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Rich. Baxter's Confesssion [sic] of His Faith: Especially Concerning the Interest of Repentance and Sincere Obedience to Christ, in Our Justification & Salvation. Written for the Satisfaction of the Misinformed, the Conviction of Calumniators, and the Explication and Vindication of Some Weighty ... (London : R.W., 1655)
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Rich. Baxter's review of the state of Christian's infants whether they should be entered in covenant with God by baptism ... or whether Christ, the Saviour of the world, hath shut all mankind out of his visible kingdom ... 'till they come of age? : occasioned by the importunity of Mr. E. Hutchinson (and of Mr. Danvers and Mr. Tombes) who called him to this review in order to his retractation [sic] ... (London : Nevil Simons ..., 1676)
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Rich. Baxters apology against the modest exceptions of Mr T. Blake. And the digression of Mr G. Kendall (London : T. Underhill and F. Tyton, 1654)
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Rich. Baxters apology against the modest exceptions of Mr. T. Blake and thedigression of Mr. G. Kendall whereunto is added animadversions on a late dissertation of Ludiomæus Colvinus, aliaáa Ludovicus Molinæõs, M. Dr. Oxon, and an admonition of Mr. W. Eyre of Salisbury : with Mr. Crandon's Anatomy for satisfaction of Mr. Caryl. (London : A.M. for Thomas Underhill ... and Francis Tyton ..., 1654)
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Richard Baxter his account to his dearly beloved, the inhabitants of Kidderminster, of the causes of his being forbidden by the Bishop of Worcester to preach within his diocess with the Bishop of Worcester's letter in answer thereunto : and some short animadversions upon the said bishops letter. (London printed, 1662)
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Richard Baxter's Answer to Dr Edward Stillingfleet's charge of separation
London : Nevil Simons, 1680IA 
Richard Baxter's Catholick theologie plain, pure, peaceable, for pacification of the dogmatical word-warriours who, 1. by contending about things unrevealed or not understood, 2. and by taking verbal differences for real, and their arbitrary notions for necessary sacred truths, deceived and deceiving by ambiguous unexplained words, have long been the shame of the Christian religion ... : in three books ... (London : Robert White for Nevill Simmons ..., 1675)
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Richard Baxter's dying thoughts upon Phil. I, 23 (London : Tho. Snowden for B. Simmons ..., 1683)
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Richard Baxter's Dying Thoughts upon Phil. I. 23. With a portrait (J. Hatchard & Son, 1834)
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Richard Baxter's farewel sermon prepared to have been preached to his hearers at Kidderminster at his departure, but forbidden. (London : B. Simmons ..., 1683)
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Richard Baxter's penitent confession and his necessary vindication in answer to a book called The second part of the mischiefs of separation, written by an unnamed author with a preface to Mr. Cantianus D. Minimis, in answer to his letter which extorted this publication. (London : Tho. Parkhurst ..., 1691)
EEBO-TCP 
Richard Baxters answer to Dr. Edward Stillingfleet's charge of separation containing, I. some queries necessary for the understanding of his accusation, II. a reply to his letter which denyeth a solution, III. an answer to his printed sermon : humbly tendred, I. to himself, II. to the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor and the court of aldermen, III. to the readers of his accusation, the forum where we are accused. (London : Nevil Simmons ... and Thomas Simmons ..., 1680)
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Richard Baxters ausgesonderte Schrifften / sämtlich in engelländischer Sprache geschrieben und nun aus dem vierten verbesserten und vermehrten Druck ins Teutsche übersetzet von J. D. [i.e. Johann Deusing] (Bremen : im Verlag Philip Gottfried Saurmanns, 1697)
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Richard Baxters Christliches Hauß-Buch : Woraus Auch ein einfältiger gemeiner Mann lernen kan ... Abgefasset Als eine freundliche deutliche Unterredung eines Lehrers und Lernenden (Berlin : Rungens sel. Wittwe, 1685)
GDZ 
Richard Baxters Christliches Hausz-Buch, Worinnen gelehret wird I. Wie man ein wahrer Christ werden, Ii. Wie man gegen Gott, sich selbst und andere in allen Beziehungen, sonderlich gegen das Hauß-Gesinde sich Christlich verhalten, Iii. Wie man in freudiger Hofnung und Trost als ein Christ sterben, und also mit Christo ewig herrlich gemacht werden möge ... Samt einem Zusatz gottseliger Gebether auf allerhand Fälle und bey Krancken zu gebrauchen ; Aus dem Englischen übersetzt, Und mit einem Gespräch von der Natur und Ubung des Glaubens, wie auch mit einem doppelten Register vermehret ([n.d.])
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Richard Baxters Drey Bücher Von der wahren Selbst-Erkäntniß, : Worinnen das Ubel und die schädlichen Früchte, so daraus entstehen, wenn der Mensch sich selbst nicht erkennet, Und im Gegentheil Der herrliche und unvergleichliche Nutzen der wahren Selbst-Erkäntniß ausführlich vorgestellet wird. (Hamburg : Fickweiler : Brandt, 1726)
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Richard Baxters Nutz-Anwendung der Einsamkeit in dem Umgange mit Gott (Guntersblum : Hochgräfl. Leiningischen Regierungs-Canzlei Buchdrucker gedruckt, bei Franz Christ. Ludw. Gegel, 1788)
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Richard Baxters Sterbens Gedancken Uber Phil: I. 23. : Zu seinem eigenen Nutzen in der letzten Zeit seiner vielerley leiblichen Schmertzen und Schwachheiten beschrieben. Und auff begehren auß der Englischen in die Hoch-teutsche Sprach treulich übergesetzet (Cassel : Kürßner, 1685)
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The right method for a settled peace of conscience and spiritual comfort : in 32 directions .. (London : T. Underhil [etc.], 1653)
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