1'Eglise Gallicane en forme de lettres e'crites a
M. de Meaux, pour servir de reponse, parvoie
de recrimination, k son livre des variations
des Protestants ; ouvrage ou 1'on fait voir les
principaux changements qui sont arrives en
France, en matiere de la religion, depuis S.
Ir^ne'e, Eveque de Lyon dans le 2 e siecle,
jusq'au regne de Louis XIV. Nouvelle e'di-
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RENWICK (JAMES). The testimony of some
persecuted Presbyterian ministers of the Gos-
pel, unto the covenanted Reformation of the
Church of Scotland, and to the present expe-
diencie of continuing to preach the Gospel in
the fields, and against the present antichris-
tian toleration in its nature and design, &c.
Given in to the ministei's at Edinburgh by Mr
J. R. upon the 17. Janwarii 1688.
s. I, 1688. 4
Another edition. s. I, 1723. 8
Some notes or heads of a sermon [on Ps. xlv.
10] preached in Fyfe [Jan. 24, 1688] by that
faithful watchman and minister of the Gospel
Mr J. R. who crowned his service to his Mas-
ter by martyrdome. t. I. et a. 4
The Church's choice or a sermon on Canticles,
ch. 1. v. 7. s. I., 1705. 4
The saint's duty in evil times : in two sermons
preached from Isaiah, xxvi. 20.
Edin., 1745. 8
A prophecy concerning the Lord's return to
Scotland, by a plentiful outpouring of tho
Spirit upon his Church and land ; in three pro-
phetical sermons. Edin., 1746. 8
A choice collection of very valuable prefaces,
lectures, and sermons, preached upon the
mountains and muirs of Scotland, in the hot-
test time of the late persecution. Carefully
collected, and faithfully transcribed from se-
veral manuscripts ; and now published at the
earnest desire of the owners of that cause,
which the famous author sealed with his blood.
The 4th ed. To which are added, the form
and order of the admission of ruling elders : a
reply to Mr Langlan's Letter to Gavin Wother-
spoon ; and a testimony to the truths of God
and to his cause, as it is stated by the true
Presbyterians of the Church of Scotland,
against all its adversaries. By the same au-
thor. Glasgow, 1777. 8
Sermons. [Wants title, and otherwise imper-
* The life and death of that eminently pious,
free and faithful minister and martyr of Jesus
Christ, Mr J. R. ; with a vindication of the
heads of his dying testimony. Written by...
Mr Alexander Shields, then preacher of the
Gospel in the fields. Whereunto is subjoined,
the manner of admission, or ordaining of rul-
ing-Elders, by Mr J. R. ; and some few of his
many religious letters. Diligently compared
with the original, never before published.
Edin., 1724. 16
* Life of the Rev. J. R., the last of the Scot-
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REPERTORY. The repertory of arts and manu-
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AUgemeines Repertorium der neueaten in- und
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- A defence of the Report, concerning the pre-
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REPTON (HUMPHRY). The landscape garden-
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one volume octavo. Illustrated by upwards
of two hundred and fifty engravings.
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RESBURIE (RICHARD), Minister of the Gospel in
Oundle, Northamptonshire. Some stop to the
gangrene of Arminianism, lately promoted by
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RESBURY (NATHAN AEL), D.D., Rector of St
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RESURRECTION. The evidence for our Sa-
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Revelation examined with candorr. Or, a
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Revelation, the best foundation for morals.
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REVENGE. God's revenge against the break-
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a great variety of melancholy examples, as
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REVIEW. The annual review, and history of
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The biblical review, and congregational maga-
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Bibliotheca sacra, or tracts and essays on
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Bibliotheca sacra and theological review. Con-
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The British review, and London critical jour-
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The British and Foreign evangelical review.
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The Edinburgh review, and critical journal.
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Edin., 1813. 8
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The Edinburgh monthly review. June 1820.
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A general index to the monthly review, from
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2 vol. London, 1786. 8
Enlarged. Vol. i.-xxx.
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REVIUS (JACOBUS), Principal, and professor of
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* Thekel, hoc est levitas defensionis Cartesia-
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Disputationes theologicse miscellaneie . . . pub-
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REVIVALS. A brief account of the late revivals
of religion among the Congregationalists and
Baptists, in a number of towns in the New-
England States, and also in Nova-Scotia. Ex-
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gentlemen of unquestionable veracity. 4th ed.
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REVOLUTION. A collection of State tracts,
publish'd on occasion of the late Revolution in
1688. And during the reign of Bang WIL-
LIAM III. 1705-1707
REVOLUTION SETTLEMENT. The Revolu-
tion settlement, considered in reference to the
independence and present position of the
Church of Scotland. With remarks on certain
statements of the Rev. Andrew Gray and other
writers on the Church controversy. By a mi-
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REYNER (EDWARD), Minuter of the Gospel in
Lincoln. Precepts for Christian practice, or
the rule of the new creature, new model'd.
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Rules for the government of the tongue : to-
gether with directions in six particular cases.
1. Confession of our faults to men. 2. Con-
fession of Christ before men. 3. Reprehen-
sion of faults in others. 4. Christian commu-
nication, urbanity and eloquence. 5. Conso-
lation of the afflicted. Self-commendation,
and a disproof of perfection in this life. Add-
ed, as a supplement, to the rules for govern-
ing, 1. The thoiights, 2. The affections, in the
Precepts for Christian practice, or, the rule of
the new creature, new modeld. 3d ed.
London, 1658. 8 e
Considerations concerning marriage, the ho-
nours, duties, benefits, troubles of it. Whereto
are added, I. Directions in two particulars,
I. How they that have wives may be as if they
had none. 2. How to prepare for parting
with a dear yoke-fellow by death, or otherwise.
II. Resolution of this case of conscience, whe-
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London, 1657. 8
REYNESSIUS (ARNOLDUS). Judicium de exer-
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REYNOLDE (WILLIAM), Priest. A treatise con-
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of the holy sacrifice and sacrament ordeyned
by Christ at his last Supper : with a declara-
tion of the Berengarian heresie renewed in our
age : and an answere to certain sermons made
by M. Robert Bruce, minister of Edinburgh,
concerning this matter.
Antwerpe, M.D.XCIII. 8
REYNOLDES, or REYNOLDS, (EDWARD),
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Containing three treatises, of the vanity of the
creature. The sinfulness of sin. The life of
Christ. An explication of Psalm ex. Medi-
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An explication of the xiv. chapter of Hosea.
A treatise of the passions and faculties of the
soul. [London], 1658. fol.
Another edition. With a collection of thirty
sermons preached on several solemn occasions.
[London], 1679. fol.
An explication of the hundreth and tenth
Psalme : wherein the severall heads of Chris-
tian religion therein contained ; touching the
exaltation of Christ, the scepter of his king-
dome, the character of his subjects, his priest-
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are largely explained and applied. Being the
substance of severall sermons preached at Lin-
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Three treatises of the vanity of the creature.
The sinfulnesse of sinne. The life of Christ.
Being the substance of severall sermons preach-
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A sermon [on Rom. 14. 19] touching the peace
and edification of the Church. Preached at
the second triennial visitation of ... Francis
Lord Bishop of Peterborough, at Daventry in
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Israel's petition in time of trouble. A sermon
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in parliament, at the late publique and solemn
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Self-deniall : opened and applied in a sermon
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Meditations on the holy sacrament of the Lord's
last Supper. 2d ed. London, 1647. 4
Israel's prayer in time of trouble, with God's
gracious answer thereunto : or an explication
of the 14th chapter of the prophet Hosea, in
seven sermons, preached upon so many days
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A treatise of the passions and faculties of the
soul of man. With the severall dignities and
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A commentary on the Book of Ecclesiastes.
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REYNOLDS (EDWARD), M.D. Hints to students
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REYNOLDS (JOHN). Inquiries concerning the
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Three letters to the deist. I. Demanding his
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his want of much useful knowledge. III. Ar-
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great founder of the Christian institution, and
his immediate accomplices.
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A practical discourse of reconciliation between
God and man... Together with a serious and
penetrating conviction of the enmity of man
against God in the present fallen state ; and a
pathetick and practical address to sinners to
be reconciled. To which are subjoined, some
solemn and awful discotirses concerning the
glorious appearance of Christ to judge the
world. London, 1729. 8
A confirming CATECHISM : shewing the rea-
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A view of death : or the soul's departure from
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REYNOLDS (J. N.). Voyage of the Unit,.!
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REYNOLDS (Sir JOSHUA), First president of the
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REYNOLDS (WILLIAM), M.A., Minister of the
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