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SHAD WELL (Sir LANCELOT), Vice-Chancellor.
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SHAFTESBURY, EARL or. See Anthony Ash-
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SHAM FIGHT. The sham fight : or, political
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SHAKD (ALEXANDER), A.M., Schoolmaster of
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SHANKS (ALEXANDER), Minister of the Associate
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SHANKS (ROBERT), A.M., Minister of the Free
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Christ, from passages which are wrongly trans-
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: The law of passive obedience, or Christian sub-
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that the several texts of Scripture, which com-
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slaves to their masters, cannot authorize the
latter to exact an involuntary servitude, nor,
in the least degree, justify the claims of mo-
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SHARP (JOHN), D.D., Archbishop of York. A
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Lords spiritual and temporal in parliament as-
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SHARP (THOMAS), D.D. , son of Archbishop Sharp,
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promoting religious instruction, from the ear-
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the illustration of Scripture history and cha-
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SHAW (JOHN). Experiments on the develop-
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SHAW(RoBERT), D. D., Minister of tJie Free Church
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SHAW (SAMUEL), M.A., Minister of Long-What-
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SHAW (THOMAS), D.D., Regius professor of Greek
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SHAW (WILLIAM), D.D., Rector of Ckelvey, So-
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faith : or, the sum of a conference between
three brothers, a Catholic, Protestant, and
Presbyterian. To which is annexed, an ap-
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cure, and consequences of the disease ; and on
the empirical practices of the present day.
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A treatise of liturgies, power of the keyes, and
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Reprinted, s. I., 1695. fol.
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The sincere convert ; and the sound believer.
To which are added, the saint's jewel ; and
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A second letter to the Rev. S. R. Maitland,
D.D. on the Cyprianic councils.
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A third letter to the Rev. S. R. Maitland,
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- A fourth letter to the Rev. S. R. Maitland,
D.D. ; showing that the Cyprianic writings
were not earlier than the close of the fourth
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A fifth letter to the Rev. S. R. Maitland, D.D.
on the genuineness of the writings ascribed to
Cyprian, Bishop of Carthage.
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SHEPHERD (JopN), M.A., Curate of Padding-
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the morning and evening prayer of the Church
of England. London, 1796. 8
SHEPHERD (Lady MARY). Essays on the per-
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SHEPHERD (RICHARD), D.D., Archdeacon of
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SHEPHERD (THOMAS), M.A. Some considera-
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SHEPPARD (G. W.). Sunshine in the work-
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SHEPPARD (JOHN). An inquiry on the duty
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an examination of the principle of the London
and American peace societies. In a series of
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Thoughts chiefly designed as preparative or
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from some of those evidences which are not
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2 vol. London, 1829. 12
Two discourses occasioned by the deaths of the
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R. Burton, of Digah. London, 1829. 12
Essays designed to afford Christian encourage-
ment and consolation. 2d ed.
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An autumn dream : thoughts in verse, on the
intermediate state of happy spirits. To which
are appended, collections from various authors,
on the "separate state," and on the immate-
riality of mind ; with a dissertation concern-
ing the mind of the lower animals.
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A lecture on Christian missions to the heathen,
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SHEPPARD (THOMAS). See T. SHEPARD.
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and duty guarded against the pulpit and
preachers incroachment. And their sober jus-
tification and defence of their free and open
exposition of Scriptures : wherein is briefly
and very plainly shewed that Christians, that
are not preachers in office, not onely may, but
ought freely to expound Scripture one to an-
other : and this without any prejudice to the
preachers office. London, 1652. 4
SHERBORNE (THOMAS). * The claims of the
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the Catholic Church ; and more especially
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SHERIDAN (RICHARD BRINSLEY). The drama-
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Captain O'Blunder : or, the brave Irishman.
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SHERIDAN (THOMAS), A.M. A course of lec-
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SHERLEY (Sir ANTHONY). The three brothers ;
or, the travels and adventures of Sir A., Sir
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SHERLOCK (THOMAS), D.D., Bishop of London.
The works of Bishop Sherlock. With some
account of his life, summary of each discourse,
notes, &c. by the Rev. T. S. Hughes, B.D.
5 vol. London, 1830. 8
Another copy. Vol. i.-iii.
A sermon [on Acts, vii. 25] preached at the
Temple church, Nov. 20, 1715.
London, 1715. 8
A sermon [on Luke, ix. 54, 55] preached be-
fore the Right Hon. the Lord Mayor, alder-
men, and citizens of London... on Nov. 5th,
1712. London, 1717. 8
Remarks upon the Lord Bishop of Bangor's
[B. HOADLY] treatment of the clergy and con-
The answer to a letter sent [by A. V., i. e.
A. A. Sykes] to the Rev. Dr S. &c. relating
to his sermon preach'd before the Lord Mayor,
Nov. 5th, 1712. To which are added, some
observations upon the account the Bishop of
Bangor has given of his intended answer to
the Representation. London, 1717. 8
Third edition. London, 1717. 8
* Remarks upon Dr Sherlock's answer to Mr
Sykes. London, 1718. 8
Some considerations occasioned by a postscript
from the Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of Ban-
gor [Hoadly] to the Dean of Chichester [Sher-
lock] offered to his Lordship.
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* Remarks upon Dr Sherlock's Considerations
ofler'd to the Lord Bishop of Bangor.
, London, 1718. 8
The condition and example of our blessed Sa-
viour vindicated : in answer to the Bishop of
Bangor's charge of calumny against the Dean
of Chichester. London, 1718. 8
The Lord Bishop of Bangor's defence of his
assertion, viz. that the example of our Lord
i& much more peculiarly fit to be urged to
slaves than to subjects, considered.
London, 1718. 8
A vindication of the corporation and test acts.
In answer to the Bishop of Bangor's reasons
for the repeal of them. To which is addt <1, a
second part, concerning the religion of oaths.
London, 1718. 8
Second edition. London, 1718. 8
* Dr Sherlock's Vindication of the test act
examin'd, and the false foundations of it ex-
posed. In answer to so much of his book
against the Bishop of Bangor, as relates to the
Protestant dissenters. London, 1718. 8
An answer to the Lord Bishop of Bangor's late
book, entituled, The common rights of sub-
jects defended, &c. London, 1719. 8
The use and intent of prophecy, in the several
ages of the world : in six discourses, delivered
at the Temple church in April and May, 1724.
To which are added, three dissertations. I. The
axithority of the second Epistle of St Peter.
II. The sense of the antients before Christ,
upon the circumstances and consequences of
the fall. III. The blessing of Judah, Gen.
xlix. London, 1725. 8
Second edition. London, 1726. 8
Fifth edition. With a fourth dissertation on
Christ's entry into Jerusalem.
Londmi, 1749. 8
Several discourses preached at the Temple
church. London, 1754. 8
The trial of the witnesses of the resurrection
of Jesus ; with the sequel of the trial. [Chris-
tian literature. First series.]
Edin., 1839. 8
[And with Christian Literature Evidences.]
Edin., 1841. 8
SHERLOCK ( WILLIAM), D.D. , Dean of St Paul's.
A discourse concerning the knowledge of
Jesus Christ, and our union and communion
with him, &c. 2d ed. London, 1674. 8
Third edition. To which is annexed a defence
and continuation ; with a particular respect to
the doctrine of the Church of England, and
the charge of Socinianism, and Pelagianism.
London, 1678. 8
A practical discourse of religious assemblies.
2d ed. London, 1682. 8
A letter to Anonymous, in answer to his three
letters to Dr Sherlock about church commu-
nion. [Signed W. S.] London, 1683. 4
A resolution of some cases of conscience which
respect CHURCH-COMMUNION. 1685
A vindication of a passage in Dr Sherlock's
sermon preached before the Hon. House of
Commons, May 29. 1685. from the remarks
of a late pretended remonstrance, by way
of address from the Church of England, to
both Houses of Parliament.
London, 1685. 4
A discourse concerning a judge of CUM;
8IE8 in matters of religion.
Antlier edition. Edited by Ii>l>ert P>tts.
.MA Reprinted, London, 1851. 8 J
A vindication of the doctrine of the holy and
; nnity, and the incarnation nf
tin- Son of God. Occasioned by the brief
notes on the creed of St Athanasius, and tho
brief history of the Unitarians, or Socinians,
and containing an answer to both.
London, 1690. 4
Third edition. >lon, 1694. 4
A defence of Dr Sherlock's notion of a Trinity
in Unity, in answer to Animadversions [by Dr
Robert South] upon his \ indication of the
doctrine of the holy and ever blessed Trinity.
London, 1694. 4
The case of the allegiance due to soveraign
powers stated and resolved, according to Scrip-
ture and reason, and the principles of the
Church of England, with a more particular
respect to the oath, lately enjoyned, of alle-
giance to their present Majesties, K. William
and Q. Mary. London, 1691. 4
Second edition. Reprinted. Edin., 1691. 4
* Remarks upon Dr Sherlock's book, intituled,
The case of the allegiance due to soveraign
princes, stated and resolved, &c. [By Samuel
JOHNSON.] 2d ed. London, 1690. 4
Second edition. Reprinted. Edin. ,1691. 4
A vindication of The case of allegiance due to
soveraign princes, in reply to an answer to a
late pamphlet, [by Thomas Wagstaff] intituled,
Obedience and submission to the present go-
vernment demonstrated from Bishop Overal's
Convocation-Book ; with a postscript in an-
swer to Dr Sherlock's Case of allegiance, &c.
London, 1691. 4
*Dr Sherlock's two Kings of Brainford brought
upon the stage. In a congratulatory letter to
Mr Johnson. Occasioned by the Doctor's vin-
dication of himself, in taking the oath of allegi-
ance to their Majesties after the time, indulg'd
by the law, was expired. London, 1691. 4
The present state of the Socinian controversy,
and the doctrine of the Catholick Fathers con-
cerning a Trinity in Unity. London, 1698. 4
A practical discourse concerning a future judg-
ment. 6th ed. London, 1704. 8
A discourse concerning the divine providence.
4th ed. Edin., 1754. 12
A new edition. Edin., 1776. 8
A discourse concerning the happiness of good
men, and the punishment of the wicked in the
next world, &c. ...New edition.
Edin., 1776. 8
A practical discourse concerning death.
Edin., 1779. 12
A brief discourse concerning the notes of the
Church ; with some reflections on Cardinal
Bellarmine's notes ; [Notes of the Church, as