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Ridgley, Thomas (1667-1734)
A body of divinity: wherein the doctrines of the Christian religion are explained and defended, being the substance of several lectures on the Assembly's larger catechism (Philadelphia : William W. Woodward)
Vol. 4 (1814)
A body of divinity...: With notes, original and selected, vol. 1 (W.W. Woodward, 1814)
Scott, Thomas (1747-1821)
Essays in the most important subjects in religion, 7th ed. (Seeley, 1814)
Sherlock, William (1641-1707)  en
A Practical Discourse Concerning Death (Pratt & Doubleday, 1814)
A practical discourse concerning death (Albany [N.Y.] : Pratt & Doubleday, 1814)
Skarga, Piotr, S.J. (1536-1612)  en pl
Obrona Jezuitow: niegdyś przez Xiędza Piotra Skargę pod tytuʺlem: Proba Zakonu Societatis Jesu roku 1607. wydana, a teraz dla publiczney wiadomości przedrukowana (1814)
Stewart, Dugald (1753-1828)
Elements of the Philosophy of the Human Mind
Eastburn, Kirk & Company, 1814GB 
Eastburn, Kirk & Company, at the Literary Rooms, Corner of Wall and Nassau Streets, and Wells and Lilly, Boston
Vol. 1 (1814) GB 
Elements of the philosophy of the human mind, vol. 2 (G. Ramsay and company, 1814)
Elements of the Philosophy of the Human Mind, 5th ed. (Eastburn, Kirk & Company)
Vol. 1 (1814)
Toland, John (1670-1722)
A new edition of Toland's History of the druids : with an Abstract of his life and writings; and a copious appendix, containing notes critical, philological, and explanatory (Montrose : J. Watt, for P. Hill, etc., 1814)
A new edition of Toland's History of the druids: (Montrose, Printed by J. Watt, for P. Hill, Edinburgh; [etc. : etc.], 1814)
A New Edition of Toland's History of the Druids: With an Abstract of His Life and Writings; and a Copious Appendix, Containing Notes, Critical, Philological, and Explanatory, ed. Robert Huddleston (J. Watt, 1814)
Toulmin, Joshua (1740-1815)
A free and serious address to the Christian laity, 2nd ed. (1814)
An historical view of the state of the Protestant dissenters in England, and of the progress of free enquiry and religious liberty, from the revolution to the accession of Queen Anne
Bath : R. Cruttwell, 1814IA 
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