some other deistical writings. Part i.
Edin., 1795. 12
PURVES (JOHN), Minister of the Free Church,
Jedburgh. Sermons touching some points
much controverted at present.
Edin., 1846. 8
Happiness, its elements and means simple and
common : being an address, delivered at the
Mechanics institute, Jedburgh, December 17,
1851. Edin., 1852. 8
The sustentation fund. A speech delivered in
the Free Synod of Merse and Teviotdale, on
Tuesday the 24th of April 1855.
Edin., 1855. 8
Clerical despotism and Synod justice, or, true
state of the case between the Rev. J. A. Wal-
lace, Hawick, and David D. Scott.
Jedburgh, 1856. 8
SIN put away by Christ. s. a.
PUSEY (EDWARD BOUVERIE), D.D., Regius pro-
fessor of Hebrew, Oxford. An historical en-
quiry into the probable causes of the rational-
ist character lately predominant in the theo-
logy of Germany. To which is prefixed, a
letter from Professor Sack, upon the Rev.
H. J. Rose's Discourses on German Protest-
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London, 1828, 30. 8*
A letter to Richard [Bagot] Lord Bishop of
Oxford, on the tendency to Romanism imput-
ed to doctrines held of old, as now, in the
English Church. Oxford, 1839. 8
Preface to the fourth edition of the "Letter
to Richard, Lord Bishop of Oxford, on the
tendency to Romanism imputed to doctrines
held of old, as now, in the English Church : "
on the doctrine of justification.
Oxford, 1840. 8
A letter to His Grace the Archbishop of Can-
terbury [William Howley], on some circum-
stances connected with the present crisis in
the English Church. 3d ed.
Oxford, 1842. 8
Marriage with a deceased wife's sister prohi-
bited by holy Scripture, as understood by the
Church for 1500 years. Evidence given be-
fore the commission appointed to inquire into
the state and operation of the law of marriage
as relating to the prohibited degrees of affi-
nity, with a preface by E. B. P. To which
is appended, a speech... in the case of the
Queen v. the parish of St Giles in the fields,
by Edward BADELEY, Esq., M.A.
Oxford, 1849. 8
The royal supremacy not an arbitrary autho-
rity, but limited by the laws of the Church,
of which kings are members. Part i. An-
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The doctrine of the Real Presence, as contain-
ed in the Fathers from the death of St John
the Evangelist to the fourth general council,
vindicated, in notes on a sermon, ' ' The pre-
sence of Christ in the holy eucharist," preach-
ed A.D. 1853, before the university of Oxford.
Oxford, 1855. 8
The Real Presence of the body and blood of
our Lord Jesus Christ, the doctrine of the
English Church, with a vindication of the re-
ception by the wicked, and of the adoration of
our Lord Jesus Christ truly present.
Oxford, 1857. 8
The councils of the Church from the council
of Jerusalem A.D. 51, to the council of Con-
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PUTTER (JOHN STEPHEN), Professor of laws in
the university of Gb'ttingen. An historical de-
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of the Germanic empire. Translated from the
German, with notes, and a comparative view
of the revenue, population, forces, &c. of the
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PYKE (JOSEPH). An impartial view of the prin-
cipal difficulties that affect the Trinitarian, or
clog the Arian scheme. Win-rein, among other
things, that important qua-re, whether our
Lord is to be worship'd as Mediator, is fairly
discussed... Containing an answer to Mr For-
ster's Appendix, <tc. and to a pamphlet, en-
tituled, The unity of God not inconsistent with
the divinity of Christ. As also some remarks
on the Reply to Dr Waterland. With an in-
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controversy. In a letter to a friend.
London, 1721. 8
PYLE (PHILIP), M.A., Rector of Castle Rising,
Norfolk. One hundred and twenty popular
sermons. 4 vol. Norwich, 1789. 8
Twenty four popular sermons. [Forming
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PYLE (THOMAS), M.A., Rector of Watlington.
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observations upon some passages in the Bishop
of Bangor's [Hoadly's] Answer to the Repre-
sentation. Being the conclusion of the vindi-
cation of His Lordship against the first head
of the charge of the committee.
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An answer to Mr Stebbings's Remarks con-
cerning religious sincerity, and Church-autho-
rity. Being a further vindication of the Lord
Bishop of Bangor. With a preface in answer
to that of the Reverend the Dean of Chiches-
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A farther vindication of the Bishop of Bangor,
with respect to the doctrine of religious sin-
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answer to Mr Stebbing's Remarks upon His
Lordship's position concerning it. In a third
letter to a member of the university of Cam-
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A farther vindication of the Bishop of Bangor,
with respect to Church authority : in answer
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the charge of the committee of the Lower-
House of convocation against His Lordship.
In a fourth letter to a member of the univer-
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A paraphrase, with notes, on the Acts of the.
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2 vol. 4th ed. London, 1780. 8
PYM (WILLIAM W.), A.M., Vicar of Willian,
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3d ed. London, 1839. 12
The restitution of all things.
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PYPER (DAVID), Minister of Pencaitland. A
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opening of the Synod of Lothian and Tweed-
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QUAKERS. A faithful discovery of a treacherous
design of mystical antichrist displaying Christ's
banners, but attempting to lay waste Scriptures,
Churches, Christ, faith, hope, &c. and establish
Paganism in England. Seasonably given in a
letter to the faithful in and near to Beverley.
Containing an examination of many doctrines
of the people called Quakers in Yorkshire, to-
gether with a censure of their way, and several
items concerning the designs of God, Satan,
and men, in those things, recommended to the
consideration of them who are in good earnest
for Christ. London, 1653. 4
A most true and faithful accompt of a dispute
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Quakers disarmed. Or, a short survey of some
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called Quakers, held in London, to the quar-
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Ireland, and elsewhere, from the year 1675,
to 1759, inclusive. London, 1760. fol.
- A narrative of events, that have lately taken
place in Ireland among the Society called
Quakers ; with corresponding documents, and
occasional observations. [By William RATH-
BONE.] London, 1804. 8
Rules of discipline of the religious Society of
Friends, with advices : being extracts from the
minutes and epistles of their yearly meeting,
held in London, from its first institution.
3d ed. London, 1834. 4
The Quakers, or Friends : their rise and de-
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into epigrammes, meditations, and observa-
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Divine poems, containiiij
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with Sion's sonnets [and] elegies. Newly il-
lustrated with sculptures to the several his-
tories, not in the former editions.
London, 1706. 12
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the history of Jo-
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Another edition. Bristol, 1808. 8
The school of the heart, (of itself gone away
from God) brought back again to him, and in-
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is added, The learning of the heart, by the
same author. Bristol, 1808. 8
Enchiridion. Reprinted, London, 1822. 8
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QUARRY (JOHN), A.M., Rector of Midleton, and
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QUATREMAIRE (Jo. ROB.). Veterum aucto-
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primum in lucem edita, cura et studio Gilberti
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QUENSTEDT (JOHANNES ANDREAS), Professor of
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QUERIST. The querist. Not Bishop Berkeley.
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Fourth thousand. Edin., s. a. 8
QUESNEL (PASQUIER), Member of the Congrega-
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la condamnation des cent-une propositions :
avec un ample expose de ses vrais sentimens,
opposes aux sens errone"s qui lui sont fausse-
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Le bonheur de la MORT Chretienne. 1750
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Fifty questions concerning the leading doc-
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The great question answered : or, F reagradh
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ou Voyage pittoresque fait dans les treize-
cantons et dtats allies du corps Helvetique,
repre'sentant les divers phe'nomenes que la na-
ture y rassemble, avec la description topogra-
phyque, physique, historique, morale, poli-
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QUIN (MICHAEL J.), Barrister at law. A visit
to Spain ; detailing the transactions which oc-
curred during a residence in that country, in
the latter part of 1822, and the first four
months of 1823. With an account of the re-
moval of the court from Madrid to Seville ;
and general notices of the manners, customs,
costume, and music of the country.
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QUINCY (JosiAH), LL.D., President of Howard
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R. (H.), i. e. Hugh Ross.
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R. (J.), i. e. John RUSSEL.
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R. (R.), Preacher of the Gospel. Episcopal go-
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- Abrege' de 1'histoire de Port- Royal. Ouvrage
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RADFORDUS (I.). A directorie teaching the
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unto is added, a short treatise against Adia-
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be saued in any sect or religion, and would
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RADIUS (J. S. C. DE). Abridged history of
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RAE (JOHN). Statement of some new principles
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of some other doctrines maintained in the
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RAE (PETER). Gospel ministers Christ's ambas-
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RAFFLES (THOMAS), LL.D. Lectures on some
important branches of Christian faith and prac-
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RAFFLES (Sir THOMAS STAMFORD). * Memoir
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particularly in the government of Java, 1811-
1816, Bencoolen and its dependencies, 1817-
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RAGG (THOMAS). The Deity. A poem. In
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RAGGED SCHOOLS. Report of a discussion
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gory, Rev. Thomas Guthrie, James Simpson,
Esq., Rev. Dr Alexander, Rev. Mr Drum-
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RAIKES (ROBERT).* Sketch of the life of R. R. ,
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RAINBOW. The Rainbow. No. ii. July 14,
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RAINOLDES, or RAINOLDS, or RAINOLDUS
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Another edition. Recognita), et apologia con-
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De Romanae Ecclesiao idololatria, in cultu
sanctorum, reliquiarum, imnginum, ;n|ii.i-, sa-
lis, olei, aliarumq ; rcrum consecratarum, et
sacramenti Eucharisttae, operia inchoati libri
duo. In quibus cum alia inulta variorum Pa-
pismi patronomm errata pateJiunt : turn im-
primis Bellannini, Gregoriique de Valentia,
c:il iininhi' in Calvinum ac ceteros Protestantes,
argutiaeque pro Papistico idolorum cultu dis-
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The Bumme of the conference betweene I. R.
and lohn HART : touching the head and the
faith of the Church. Wherein by the way are
handled sundry points, of the sufficiencie and
right expounding of the Scriptures, the minis-
terie of the Church, the function of the priest-
hood, the sacrifice of the Masse, with other
controuersies of religion : but chiefly and pur-
posely the point of Church-gouernment, open-
ed in the branches of Christs supreme soue-
raintie, of Peter's pretended, the Popes vsurp-
ed, the Princes lawfull supremacie. Penned
by I. R. , according to the notes set downe in
writing by them both : perused by lohn Hart,
and (after things supplied, and altered, as he
thought good) allowed for the faithfull report
of that which past in conference between them.
Whereunto is annexed a treatise intitled, Six
conclusions touching the holy Scripture, and
the Church. With a defence of such things as
Thomas Stapleton and Gregorie Martin haue
carped at therein. London, 1609. 4
The originall of Bishops and Metropolitans ;
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and James USSHER. 1641
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The prophecy of Haggai interpreted and ap-
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Edin., 1864. 4
RAJAHGOPAUL (P.), Free Church missionary,
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RALEIGH (SAMUEL). The principles of the sus-
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his son's advice to his father. His sceptick.
Observations concerning the causes of the mag-
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touching trade and commerce with the Hol-
lander and other nations ; proving that our
sea and land commodities inrich and strengthen
other countries against our own. His letters
to divers persons of quality. The prerogative
of parliaments in England, proved in a dia-
logue between a counsellor of state and a
justice of peace. With the addition of some
letters never printed before.
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The historic of the world, hi five books. [From
the creation to the conquest of Asia and Mace-
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General history of the world, being an abridg-
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best historians to the present times. 4 vol.
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A new history of England, ecclesiastical and
civil, from the establishment of King Egbert,
the first monarch of England, to the end of
the rebellion in the year 1746. Begun by Sir
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Another edition. London, 1756. 12
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RALPH (JAMES). The use and abuse of PARLIA-
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Uberiores adnotationes ad posteriorem Librum
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Meditations and contemplations on the suffer-
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which the history of the passion, as given by
the four Evangelists, is connected, harmonised,
and explained. With suitable prayers and
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RAMSAY (ALLAN). The poetical works of A. R.
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RAMSAY (ANDREW), M.A., Preacher of the Gos-
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