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Grabe, Johann Ernst (1666-1711)  de en
Septuaginta interpretum tomus I, tomus ultimus... (Oxonii : Sheldon, 1707)
Spicilegium SS Patrum ut et haereticorum seculi post Christum natum I. , II. & III... collegit , et... notis... illustravit Joannes Ernestus Grabius... (Oxoniae : e Theatro Sheldoniano, impensis Joannis Oweni, 1700)
Spicilegium SS. Patrum ut et haereticorum saeculi I-III (Oxoniae, 1700)
Spicilegium SS. Patrum, ut et haereticorum seculi post Christum natum I-II & III.
Oxoniae : E. Theatro Sheldoniano, 1714GB 
Spicilegium SS. Patrum, ut et haereticorum, seculi post Christum natum I. II. & III.: quorum vel integra monumenta, vel fragmenta, partim ex aliorum Patrum libris jam impressis collegit, ... partim ex mss. nunc primum edidit, ac singula tam praefatione, quam notis subjunctis illustravit Joannes ... (Oxonii : e Theatro Sheldoniano, 1699)
Gregory, Francis (1623-1707)  en
Epiphania, or, A discourse upon the manifestation of Christ to the gentiles by the appearance of a star ... (Oxford : L.L. for T. Bowman, 1680)
Greville, Fulke (1554-1628)
Sir Fulke Greville's Life of Sir Philip Sidney, etc., first published 1652 ([Oxford] : Clarendon press, 1907)
Grotius, Hugo (1583-1645)  en nl
The truth of the Christian religion : in six books (Oxford : W. Baxter for Law and Whittaker, 1818)
Guild, William (1586-1657)  en
The throne of David, or An exposition of the second of Samuell wherein is set downe the pattern of a pious and prudent Prince, and a clear type of of [sic] the Prince of Princes Christ Iesus the sonne of David and his spirituall kingdome by William Guild D.D. and minister of Gods word at King-Edward in Scotland. (Oxford : W. Hall for Rob. Blagrave, 1659)
Gunning, Peter (1614-1684)
The Paschal or Lent fast apostolical and perpetual, wherein the judgment of antiquity is laid down; with an appendix containing an answer to the late printed objections of the Presbyterians against the fast of Lent (Oxford : Park, 1845)
The Paschal or Lent fast, apostolical and perpetual : at first delivered in a sermon preached before his majesty in Lent, and since enlarged, wherein the judgment of antiquity is laid down, 3rd ed. (Oxford : J. H. Parker, 1845)
The Paschal or Lent fast, apostolical and perpetual [microform] at first delivered in a sermon preached before his majesty in Lent, and since enlarged, wherein the judgment of antiquity is laid down (Oxford : J. H. Parker, 1845)
Hacket, Roger (1559-1621)
A sermon needfull for theese [sic] times wherein is shewed, the insolencies of Naash King of Ammon, against the men of Iabesh Gilead, and the succors of Saule, and his people sent for their reliefe. Preached at Paules Crosse the 14 of Feb. 1590. by R.H. fellow of the New Colledge in Oxford. (At Oxford : Ioseph Barnes printer to the Vniuersitie, 1591)
Hakewill, George (1578-1649)  en
An Apologie of the Power and Providence of God in the Government of the World: Or an Examination and Censure of the Common Errour Touching Natures Perpeutall and Universall Decay, Divided Into Foure Bookes
Oxford : Iohn Lichfield and William Turner, 1627GB 
Oxford : William Turner, 1630GB 
Hales, John (1584-1656)  
A sermon preached at St Maries in Oxford vpon Tuesday in Easter vveeke, 1617. Concerning the abuses of obscure and difficult places of holy Scripture, and remedies against them. By Iohn Hales, Fellow of Eton Colledge, and Regius Professour of the Greeke tongue in the Vniversitie of Oxford. (At Oxford : Iohn Lichfield, and William Wrench to the famous Vniversitie, 1617)
A tract concerning schism and schismatiqves wherein is briefly discovered the originall causes of all schisme (Oxford : Leonard Lichfield for Edward Forrest, 1642)
Hall, Joseph (1574-1656)  en
The lavvfvlnes and vnlavvfvlnes of an oath or covenant set downe in short propositions agreeable to the law of God and man and may serve to rectifie the conscience of any reasonable man : very fitting for every man to take into serious consideration in these undutifull times : whether he hath sworne or not sworne to any late or new oath or covenant made by any subordinate authority whatsoever. (Oxford : Leonard Lichfield, 1643)
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