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WALKER (GEORGE), B.D., Pastor of St John
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lirst institution ; the nature of the law bind-
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and last day of the weeke in the time of the
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the first day now under the Gospefl. Also
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profitable points are proved by demonstrations
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whom the Sabbath was first founded, and by
whom it was changed from the last to the first
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the generall resurrection. Secondly, that the
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bound to keep the weekly Sabbath of the Lords
Day, by vertue of the fourth commandement,
as the fathers under the law were bound to
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WALKER (GEORGE), Professor of theology in the
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WALKER (JOHN), M.A., Fellmv of E-xeter college,
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WALKER (JOHN), Teacher of elocution. The
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easy rules for writing themes and composing
exercises on subjects proper for the improve-
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Elements of elocution ; in which the prin-
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- A key to the classical pronunciation of Greek,
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- A rhetorical grammar ; in which the common
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A critical pronouncing dictionary, and exposi-
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The whole interspersed with observations, ety-
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The academic speaker ; or, a selection of par-
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WALKER (JOHN). An expostulatory address to
the members of the Methodist society in Ire-
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his remarks on the author's expostulatory ad-
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WALKER (JOHN), D.D. , Professor of natural his-
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WALKER (JOHN). Poems in English, Scotch,
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WALKER (JOHN), Minister of the Free Church,
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WALKER (JOHN). OXONIANA. s. a.
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the music of Ireland. Also an historical and
descriptive account of the musical instruments
of the ancient Irish. And an appendix, con-
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with select Irish melodies. London, 1786. 4
- Another edition. Dublin, 1786. 4
WALKER (RICHARD). Rules for the composi-
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WALKER (OBADIAH), Master of university col-
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Observations on the national character of the
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of Orange : considered along with the motive,
and means they have... to resist French inva-
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WALKER (ROBERT), one of the ministers of tlie
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3 vol. Edin., 1784. 8
A new edition. Edin., 1816. 8
WALKER (ROBERT).* Case, John Waddell of
Meadowside, appellant, against Robert Wal-
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WALKER (S. A.), M.A. The Christian soldier
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WALKER (SAMUEL), A.B., Curate of Truro, in
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Another edition. With an introductory essay,
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Christ the puri6er. Ten discourses upon the
sanctiiu-itionof believers, through the love and
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Fifty-two sermons on the baptismal covenant,
the creed, the ten commandments, and other
important subjects of practical religion... 2 vol.
New edition ; corrected and revised by the
Rev. Samuel Burder, A.M.
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Fifty-two lectures on the Church catechism ;
including the creed, the ten commandments,
and other important subjects of practical reli-
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