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PRICE (THOMAS), D.D. The history of Protest-
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PRIDE AUX (HUMPHREY), D.D., Dean of Nor-
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PRIDEAUX (JOHN), D.D., Bishop of Worcester.
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equal authority with all the rest of the arti-
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PRIESTLEY (JOSEPH), LL.D. An address to
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HARTLEY'S theory of the human mind ; with
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Discourses relating to the evidences of reveal-
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PRINCE (THOMAS), M.A., one of the pastors of
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PRINCETON. A brief history of the theologi-
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PRINGLE (JAMES), United Presbyterian minis-
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PRIVY COUNCIL. A collection of the judg-
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PROBATIONERS. The second annual report
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An address to the ministers of the Church of
Scotland, on the occasional employment of
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PROFESSION. Profession is not principle ; or,
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London, 1690. 8
A collection of prophetical warnings of the
Eternal Spirit, pronounc'd by the following
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13, Thorn. Dutton, Thorn. Ernes, John Glover,
Ann Good, aged 11, Elizab. Grey, Mary Kee-
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The whole prophecies of Scotland, England,
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Extracts on prophecy, chiefly the approaching
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The coming struggle among the nations of
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Poeme centre les ingrats, traduit en vers et en
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un abbrege* de toute sa doctrine touchant la
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De gratia Dei, et libero arbitrio hominis et prae-
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PROTEST. Difficulties about the " Protest,"
laid on the table of the last General Assembly ;
and the claim of the Free Church to spiritual
independence within the Establishment. By
a member of the Established Church.
Edin., 1844. 8
An answer to the Protest of the Free Church,
prepared in consequence of a challenge from
an elder of that Church. By a minister of the
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The claim, declaration, and protest, of the Ge-
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Scotland, and of the spiritual rights of its mem-
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PROTESTANT, PROTESTANTISM. Lex ta-
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ways to prevent the persecution of the Pro-
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A short view of the present state of the Pro-
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A view of the management of the late Scotch
ministry, with respect to the Protestant suc-
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The Protestant packet, or, British monitor :
designed for the use and entertainment of
every denomination of Protestants in Great
Britain. 2 vol.
Newcastle upon Tyne, 1780, 81. 8
Muse'e des Protestans celebres, ou portraits et
notices biographiques et litte"raires des person-
nages les plus eminens dans 1'histoire de la
Reformation et du Protestantisme. Re'dige
par une societe* de gens de lettres, et publie
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Paris, 1821-24. 8
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Authentic report of the great Protestant
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1 eating important documents, and of forming
a Protestant association.
Liverpool, 1835. 12
Report of the speeches delivered at a meeting
held in Edinburgh on Wednesday, Dec. 23,
1835, for the purpose of forming a Protestant
association for that city and its vicinity.
- An appeal to Scottish Christians on the sub-
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Glasgow, 1836. 8
- Some thoughts on the present crisis of Pro-
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of the General Assembly of the Church of
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Edin., 1836. 8
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