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|Watts, Isaac (1674-1748) en|
Sermons on various subjects ...
, vol. 2 (London
: John Clark, Em. Matthews, and Richard Ford, 1721
Sermons on various subjects, divine and moral : with a sacred hymn suited to each subject ..
: E. Matthews [etc.])
|Vol. 2 (1734) ||IA |
The strength and weakness of human reason: or, the important question about the sufficiency of reason to conduct mankind to religion and future happiness, argued between an inquiring Deist and a Christian divine: and the debate compromis'd and determin'd to the satisfaction of both
: J. Pemberton, 1731
The works of the reverend and learned Isaac Watts : containing, besides his sermons, and essays on miscellaneous subjects, several additional pieces, selected from his manuscripts by the Rev. Dr. Jennings and the Rev. Dr. Doddridge, in 1753, to which are prefixed Memoirs of the life of the author
: and for J. Barfield)
|Vol. 2 (1810) ||IA |
|Vol. 3 (1810) ||GB |
|Vol. 4 (1810) ||IA |
|Vol. 5 (1810) ||IA |
|Vol. 6 (1810) ||IA |
|Weemes, John (c.1579-1636) en|
The Christian synagogue : Wherein is contayned the diverse reading, the right poynting, translation, and collation of scripture with scripture. With the customes of the Hebrewes and proselytes, and of all those nations, with whom they were conversant
|3rd ed. / London : T. and R. Cotes, 1630||DTS |
|4th ed. / London : Tho. Cotes, for Iohn Bellamy, 1633||IA |
Exercitations divine : Containing diverse questions and solutions for the right understanding of the Scriptures. Proving the necessitie, integritie, perspicuitie, and sense thereof. As also shewing the singular prerogatiques wherewith the Lord indued those whom he appointed to bee the pen-men of them. Together with the excellencie and use of divinitie above all humane sciences. All which are cleared out of the Hebrew, and Greeke, the two originall languages in which the Scriptures were first written, by comparing them with the Samaritane, Chaldie, and Syriack copies, and with the Greeke interpretors, and vulgar Latine translation
|London : T. Cotes, for Iohn Bellamie, and are to be sold at his shoppe at the signe of the three Golden Lyons in Cornehill, neere the Royall Exchange, 1632||IA |
|London : T. Cotes, for Iohn Bellamie, and are to be sold at his shoppe at the signe of the three Golden Lyons in Cornehill, neere the Royall Exchange, 1634||IA |
An exposition of the lawes of Moses : viz., morall, ceremoniall, iudiciall ... the second volume ..
|London : Iohn Dawson for Iohn Bellamie, 1632||IA |
|Vol. 1 (1632) ||IA |
|Vol. 2 (1632) ||IA |
An exposition of the morall law, or, Ten commandements of almightie God : set downe by way of exercitations ..
: T. Cotes for Iohn Bellamie, 1632
An Exposition of the second table of the morall law : wherein is contained an explanation of diverse questions and positions for the right understanding thereof, together with an explication of these scriptures which depend upon or belong unto every one of the commandements, all of which are cleared out of the originall language, the customes of the Jewes, and the distinctions of the schoolemen
: T.C. for John Bellamie, and are to be sold at his shop at the figure of the three Golden Lions in Cornhill, neere the Royall Exchange, 1636