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Erskine, Ralph (1685-1752)  en nl
Gospel sonnets : or, spiritual songs .. (London : W. Baynes, 1812)
IA 
Sermons by the late reverend and learned Mr. Ralph Erskine, minister of the gospel at Dunfermline, vol. 1 (R. Patterson., 1815)
GB 
Fearn, John (1768-1837)
A demonstration of necessary connexion (D. Cock ... for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown ... and Black and Parry, 1815)
GB 
An essay on the philosophy of faith and the economy of revelation: involving an inquiry concerning the reasons and consequences of the essential difference between the ancient and the modern kinds and sources of religious evidence (D. Cock for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme , and Brown, 1815)
GB 
A review of first principles of Bishop Berkeley, Dr. Reid, and Professor Stewart: With an indication of other principles (#, 1813)
GB 
Flavel, John (c.1630-1691)  en
A token for mourners ([B]rattleborough, Ver. : William Fessenden, 1813)
IA 
A treatise on keeping the heart. Selected from the works of the Rev. John Flavel. The style adapted to the present state of improvement (New York : Amer. Tract Soc, 1813)
IA 
Fletcher, John William (1729-1785)
Fletcher's appeal to matter of fact & common sense : or a rational demonstration of man's corrupt and lost estate, with the address to earnest seeks for salvation and an appendix, to which is now added the life of the venerable author, compiled for this work from the most authentic source (Baltimore : J. Kingston, 1814)
IA 
Fletcher's appeal to matter of fact & common sense: or a rational demonstration of man's corrupt and lost estate, with the address to earnest seeks for salvation and an appendix, to which is now added the life of the venerable author, compiled for this work from the most authentic source (J. Kingston, 1814)
GB 
Fleury, Claude (1640-1723)
Catechisme historique: contenant en obrégé l'histoire Sainte en la Doctrine chrétienne (Imp. Alzuie, 1814)
GB 
Fontenelle, Bernard le Bovier de (1657-1757)
Entretiens sur la pluralité des mondes: augmentés des Dialogues des morts (J. Bossange et Masson, 1811)
GB 
Francke, August Hermann (1663-1727)  en
A guide to the reading and study of the Holy Scriptures: with an illustrative supplement (D. Jaques, 1813)
GB 
Fraser, James (1700-1769)  en
The scripture doctrine of sanctification; being a critical explication and paraphrase of the sixth and seventh chapters of the Epistle to the Romans, and the four first verses of the eighth chapter ... with a large appendix (Edinburgh, Printed for J. Ogle : [et al.], 1813)
IA 
Fuller, Andrew (1754-1815)
Brief narrative of the Baptist mission in India: including an account of translations of the Scriptures, into the various languages of the East : with an appendix, bringing the narrative down to the year 1811 (Lincoln & Edmands, 1811)
GB 
The Calvinistic and Socinian systems examined and compared, as to their moral tendency : in a series of letters addressed to the friends of vital and practical religion ; to which is added, a postscript, establishing the principle of the work against the exceptions of Dr. Toulmin, Mr. Belsham, &c. (Boston : Lincoln & Edmands, 1815)
IA 
The Calvinistic and Socinian systems examined and compared, as to their moral tendency: in a series of letters addressed to the friends of vital and practical religion ; to which is added, a postscript, establishing the principle of the work against the exceptions of Dr. Toulmin, Mr. Belsham, &c (Lincoln & Edmands, 1815)
GB 
Strictures on Sandemanianism : in twelve letters to a friend (London : T. Williams and Son, 1811)
IA 
Strictures on Sandemanianism: In twelve letters to a freind [!] (Richard Scott, no. 276 Pearl-Street, and sold by all the booksellers in town and country., 1812)
GB 
Fuller, Thomas (c.1607-1661)
The history of the worthies of England : Endeavoured by Thomas Fuller. New ed., with a few explanatory notes by John Nichols
[London?] : F.C. and J. Rivington, 1811IA 
Vol. 1 (1811) IA 
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