LAURIE (JOSEPH), D.D. Observations on the
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Church in India, and of the mission of the
Church of Scotland in that country.
Edin,, 1840. 8
LAUSANNE, BISHOP OF. See AMADEUS.
LAUTS ( ). Elevens de la langue Holland-
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LAVAL (STEPHEN ABEL). A compendious his-
tory of the Reformation in France, and of the
reformed Churches in that kingdom. From
the first beginnings of the Reformation, to the
repealing of the Edict of Nantz. With an ac-
count of the late persecution of the French
Protestants under Lewis XIV. Extracted out
of the best authorities. Wherein the many
falsifications of the Jesuit Daniel, author of
the history of France, in matters relating to
religion, are set forth in their true light, and
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London, 1737-41. 8
LAVATER (JOHN CASPAR). Aphorisms on man :
translated from the original manuscript of J.
C. L. London, 1788. 8
- Essays on physiognomy ; for the promotion of
the knowledge and love of mankind. Written
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lated into English by Thomas Holcroft. Il-
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LAVATERUS (LUDOVICUS). In Librvm Prover-
biorvm siue sententiarum Solomonis Regis sa-
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LAVINGTON (GEORGE), D.D., Bishop of Exeter.
The enthusiasm of Methodists and Papists
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LAW. Reformatio legum ecclesiasticarum, ex
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Deinde per Regem Edouardum 6. provecta,
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- Another edition. Londini, 1640. 4
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Oxford, 1850. 8
- The judgment and doctrine of the clergy of
the Church of England, concerning one spe-
cial branch of the King's prerogative, viz. , in
dispensing with the penal laws, asserted by...
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An answer to a late pamphlet, intituled, The
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Church of England, concerning one special
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De 1'esprit des loix, ou du rapport que les loix
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gouvernement, les mosurs, le climat, la reli-
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LAW (EDMUND), D.D., Bishop of Carlisle Con-
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7th ed. Carlisle, 1784. 8
Considerations on the theory of religion. To
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LAW (HENRY), M.A., Archdeacon of Wells.
" Christ is all." The Gospel of the Old Tes-
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Weston-super-Mare, 1857. 12
Exodus. Twentieth thousand.
Weston-super-Mare, 1856. 12
Leviticus. Weston-super-Mare, 1857. 12
LAW (JOHN). MONEY and trade considered.
LAW (JOHN), Minister of the United Associate Sy-
nod of the Secession Church, Dunfermline. Re-
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on the recent sayings and doings of the Dun-
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word to the Rev. P. Clason, of Edinburgh.
Dunfermline, 1835. 8
LAW (WILLIAM), M.A. The Bishop of Bangor's
late sermon, and his letter to Dr Snape in de-
fence of it, answered. And the dangerous na-
ture of some doctrines in his Preservative, set
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London, 1717. 8
Three letters to the Bishop of Bangor. 8th ed.
London, 1721. 8
Remarks upon a late book, entitled, "The
fable of the bees ; or private vices public bene-
fits"... London, 1724. 8
Another edition. With an introduction, by the
Rev. F. D. Maurice, M.A. With an appen-
dix, containing the poem of the fable of the
bees, Mandeville's introduction and treatise on
the origin of morality. Cambridge, 1844. 8
The absolute unlawfulness of the stage-enter-
tainment fully demonstrated. 2d ed.
London, 1726. 8
! A practical treatise upon Christian perfection.
2d ed. London, 1728. 8
' The case of reason, or natural religion fairly
and fully stated ; in answer to a book [by M.
Tindal] entitul'd, Christianity as old as the
creation. 2 parts. London, 1731. 8
Another copy. Part i.
Second edition [of both parts].
London, 1755. 8
A demonstration of the gross and fundamental
errors of a late book [by Hoadly], called A plain
account of the nature and end of the sacrament
of the Lord's Supper, &c. Wherein also the
ri.-iture and extent of the redemption of all
mankind by Jesus Christ, is stated and ex-
I'lain'd ; and the pretences of the deists, for a
religion of natural reason instead of it, are
examined to the bottom... London, 1737. 8
Second edition. London, 1738. 8
- Third edition. London, 1752. 8
- The second part of the spirit of prayer : or,
the soul rising out of the vanity of time, into
the riches of eternity. Being several dialogues
between Academicus, Rusticus, and Theophi-
lus. At which Humanus was present.
London, 1750. 8
- An appeal to all that doubt, or disbelieve the
truths of the Gospel, whether they be Deists,
Arians, Socinians, or nominal Christians ; in
which the true grounds and reasons of the
whole Christian faith and life are plainly and
fully demonstrated. To which are added, some
animadversions upon Dr Trapp's late reply.
2d ed. London, 1756. 8
- Another edition. London, 1845. 8
- A collection of letters on the most interesting
and important subjects, and on several occa-
sions. London, 1760. 8
A serious call to a devout and holy life. Adapt-
ed to the state and condition of all orders of
Christians. To which is added, some account
of the author, and three letters to a friend, not
before published in any of his works. Also
two letters from clergymen in the Established
Church strongly recommending the Serious
call, and other works of the author. His cha-
racter by Edward Gibbon, Esq. , and a list of
all his works. Derby, 1816. 12
- Twentieth edition. Romsey, 1816. 8
An humble, earnest, and affectionate address to
the clergy. A new edition. Edin., 1817. 12
- Another edition. London, 1843. 8
- The grounds and reasons of Christian regene-
ration, or, the new birth, offered to the consi-
deration of Christians and Deists.
London, 1845. 8
- * Notes and memorials for an adequate biogra-
phy of the celebrated divine and theosopher
W. L. Comprising an elucidation of the scope
and contents of the writings of Jacob Bohme,
and of his great commentator, Dionysius An-
dreas Freher ; with a notice of the mystical
divinity and most curious and solid science
of all ages of the world. Also an indication
of the true means for the induction of the
intellectual " heathen," Jewish, and Mahome-
dan nations into the Christian faith. Print-
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LAW (WILLIAM). The " wars of Jugurtha ;" or,
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LAWRENCE (R. ). LAY BAPTISM invalid. 1710
Sacerdotal powers ; or the necessity of confes-
sion, penance, and absolution. Together with
the nullity of unauthoriz'd LAY-BAPTISM as-
Dissenters, and other unauthoriz'd BAPTISMS
null and void. 1712
The Bishop of Oxford's [W. Talbot] charge,
consider'd, in reference to the independency of
the Church upon the State. A proper sacri-
fice in the sacrament of the Lord's Supper.
The nature and necessity of sacerdotal absolu-
tion. And, The invalidity of baptism, admi-
nistered by persons not episcopally ordain'd.
In an humble address to his Lordship. By the
author of Lay-baptism invalid.
London, 1712. 8
LAWRENCE (WILLIAM), F.R.S., Professor of
anatomy to the college of surgeons, London.
Lectures on physiology, zoology, and the na-
tural history of man, delivered at the Royal
college of surgeons. With twelve engravings.
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LAWRIE (ROBEKT). A remembrancer, showing
the state of the testimony of the suffering rem-
nant in the time of the persecution, and since
the Revolution, to be the same as maintained
by the suffering remnant, or true non-hearers
who have owned the martyr's testimony.
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LAWSON (GEORGE), D.D., Professor of divinity
to the Associate Synod, Selkirk. Considera-
tions on the overture, lying before the Asso-
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formula concerning the power of the civil ma-
gistrate in matters of religion ; and the obli-
gation of our covenants, national and solemn
league, on posterity. Edin. , 1797. 12
Discourses on the whole book of Esther. To
which are added, sermons, on parental duties,
on military courage, and on the improvement
to be made of the alarm of war.
Edin., 1804. 12
Second edition. Edin. , 1809. 12
Lectures on the whole book of Ruth : to which
are added, discourses on the condition and
duty of unconverted sinners, on the sovereign-
ty of grace in the conversion of sinners, and,
on the means to be used in the conversion of
our neighbours. Edin. , 1805. 12
Lectures on the history of Joseph. 2 vol.
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A sermon [on Rom. xi. 3] preached before the
Edinburgh missionary society, at their anni-
versary meeting, April 19, 1808. With the
report of the directors. Edin. , 1808. 8"
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LAWSON (JAMES), A.M. Present case of J. L.,
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LAWSON (JOHN), Curate of Wintringham. Ser-
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LAWSON (JOHN), Pitlessie. Excursions through
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LAWSON (JOHN PARKER), M.A. The life and
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LA YARD ( AUSTEN HENRY), D.C.L. Discoveries
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LAY BAPTISM. See BAPTISM.
LAYMAN. The Protestant layman, or Mr
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LAYMANN (PAULUS), S. J. Theologia moralis
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omnes practices sive ad externum ecclesiasti-
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Praelatorum ecclesiasticorum electione, insti-
tutione, et potestate speciali methodo expli-
cantur. Editio nova Wirceburgensis . . .post an-
tiquas editiones, ac recensiores Patavinam et
Venetam, a mendis innumeris accuratius pur-
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LEADLEY (JOHN), M. A. An essay on the man-
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LEAKE (W. M.), Lieut.-Col. R. A. The topo-
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LEARNING. Reflections upon learning ; where-
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several particulars ; in order to evince the use-
fulness and necessity of Revelation. By a
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LE BAS (CHARLES WEBB), M.A., Rector of St
Paul, Shadwell. Considerations on miracles ;
containing the substance of an article in the
British Critic, on Mr Penrose's treatise on the
evidence of the Scripture miracles : with addi-
tions. London, 1828. 8
LEBERECHT DE WETTE (W. M.). See W.
M. L. de WETTE.
LE BLANC (AUGUSTINUS), pseud., i. e. Jacques-
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LE BLANC (LUDOVICUS), Professor of theology at
Sedan. Theses theologicae, variis temporibus
in academia Sedanensi editee, et ad disputan-
dum propositse. Editio tertia, variis locuple-
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in lucem nunc primum editis.
Londini, 1683. fol.
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LE BOSSU (RENE). Traitd du poeme e*pique.
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LEBROCQUY (P.). Analogies linguistiques.
Du Flamand dans ses rapports avec les autres
idiomes d'origine Teutonique.
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LE BRUN (CORNEILLE). Voyage au Levant,
c'est-a-dire, dans les principaux endroites de
1'Asie Mineure, dans les isles de Chio, Rhodes,
et Chypre, &c. De meme que dans les plus
considerables villes d'Egypte, de Syrie, et de
la terre saint ; enrichi de plus de deux cens
tailles-douces... Paris, 1714. fol.
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Orientales. Ouvrage enrichi de plus de 32Q
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suivie Mr. Isbrants, ambassadeur de Mosco-
vie, en traversant la Russie et la Tartarie,
pour se rendre a la Chine. Et quelques re-
marques contre Mrs. Chardin et Kempfer.
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LE CERF (FILIPE). Bibliotheque historique et
critique des auteurs de la congregation de St
Maur. La Haye, 1726. 12
LECERF ( ), Professor to the faculty of law at
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colas contre le Protestantisme.
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LE CHAPELAIN (CHARLES- JEAN-BAPTISTE).
Sermons ou discours sur diffe'rens sujets de
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LECHLER (GOTTHARD VICTOR), Ph. D. Das
apostolische und das nachapostolische Zeital-
ter. Mit Ruecksicht auf Unterschied und Ein-
heit zwischen Paulus und den uebrigen Apos-
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ten, dargestellt von G. V. L. Gekroente
Preiss-Schrift von der Teylerschen Theologi-
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Theological and homiletical commentary on
the Acts of the Apostles. Specially designed
and adapted for the use of ministers and stu-
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GEROK. Edited by J. P. LANGE, D.D. Trans-
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LECKIE (CHARLES). Report of a discussion on
Voluntaryism... between the Rev. Mr HARVIE,
and C. L. 1835
Report of a discussion on Voluntaryism be-
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An exposure of Dr John Ritchie's notice of
the author in his pamphlet to Dr Cooke, pub-
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Letter to the Voluntaries of Edinburgh, con-
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the recent discussion on the Church question.
Edin., . 8
Nos. i. , ii. , iii. , and iv. of a series of letters to
the Rev. Messrs M 'Do wall, of Alloa, Stirling,
of Kirriemuir, Towers, of Wigtown, &c., ex-
posing their calumnious misrepresentations of
the author. Edin., 1838. 8
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Scripture references, for the use of Sabbath
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- A short and conclusive argument for the truth
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every other species of infidelity. Second thou-
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LECKY (W. E. H.), M.A. History of the rise
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LECLERC (GEORGE Louis), Count de.Buffon.
Histoire naturelle, ge'ne'rale et particuliere.
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Translated into English. Illustrated with
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LE CLERC, or CLERICUS (JEAN), Lecturer in
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- Defense des Sentimens des quelques theolo-
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BIBLIOTHEQUE universelle et historique.
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- Historia ecclesiastica duorum primorum a
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LE CLERC (THEODORE). A course of the Frem-h
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LECLERC DE SEPT-CHENES (M.). The re-
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LECTURES. Four lectures to young men ; de-
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Cunningham, A. Fraser, and D. T. K. Drum-
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Lectures to young men : delivered before the
young men's Christian association in Exeter
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LEDESIMA (JACOBUS). De Scripturis divinis
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gustissimo Misste sacrificio, caeterisque officiis,
et precibus in Ecclesia Christi, Hebruia, Grseca,
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LEDLIE (J. C.), D.D. Letters on the measures
. . .for the purpose of depriving Unitarian con-
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LEE (JAMES). An introduction to the science of
botany, chiefly extracted from the works of
Linnaeus ; to which are added several new
tables and notes, and a life of the author.
4th ed., corrected and enlarged, by Mr James
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LEE (JOHN), D.D. , Principal of the, university of
Edinburgh. Memorial for the Bible societies
in Scotland : containing remarks on the com-
plaint of His Majesty's printers against the
Marquis of Huntly and others. With an ap-
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Edin., 1824. 8
Additional memorial on printing and import-
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J. Bruce, Esq. His Majesty's printers, to the
petition of George Buchan, Esq. and others.
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former memorial. Edin., 1826. 8
A letter to the Right Hon. the Lord Provost,
relating to the annuity tax, and the ecclesias-
tical arrangements now proposed for the city
of Edinburgh. Edin., 1834. 8
Dr Lee's refutation of the charges brought
against him by the Rev. Dr Chalmers and
others, in reference to the questions on Church
extension and university education. Part i.
With an appendix, containing the evidence of
Dr Lee before the commissioners of religious
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- Evidence of the Rev. John Lee, D.D., before
the commission of religious instruction, Scot-
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Lectures on the history of the Church of Scot-
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LEE (NATHANIEL). Theodosius : or, The force
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LEE (ROBERT), D.D., Minister of Old Greyfriars
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the virtue of common honesty ; being the sub-
stance of a discourse delivered in Inverbroth-
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The character of Popery illustrated in the
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- Thou art Peter. A discourse on papal infalli-
bility and the causes of the late conversions to
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LEE "(SAMUEL), D.D., Regius prof essor of Hebrew
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Dr Henderson's Appeal to the Bible society on
the subject of the Turkish version of the New
Testament printed at Paris in 1819. To which
is added, an appendix, containing certain do-
cuments on the character of that version.
Cambridge, 1824. 8
Six sermons on the study of the holy Scrip-
tures... preached before the University of Cam-
bridge, in the years 1827-8. To which are
annexed two dissertations : the first on the
reasonableness of the orthodox views of Chris-
tianity, as opposed to the rationalism of Ger-
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prophecy. London, 1830. 8
- The Book of Job, translated from the original
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A lexicon, Hebrew, Chaldee, and English ;
compiled from the most approved sources, Ori-
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containing all the words with their usual in-
flexions, idiomatic usages, &c. as found in the
Hebrew and Chaldee texts of the Old Testa-
ment, and, for the convenience of the learner,
arranged, as far as practicable, in the order of
the Hebrew alphabet... London, 1840. 8
- Third thousand. London, 1844. 8
A grammar of the Hebrew language, comprised
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authorities, and principally from Oriental
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the universities. . New edition... Sixth thou-
sand. London, 1844. 8
The doctrine of the key, or sacerdotal binding
and loosing as taught in holy Scripture, the
Fathers of the primitive Church, and in the
United Church of Great Britain and Ireland,
in a letter, with an appendix, addressed to the
Rev. Dr Pusey, Regius professor of Hebrew,
and Canon of Christ Church, Oxford, in refu-
tation of certain notions lately put forth by
him in a sermon preached before the members
of that university. London, 1846. 8
LEE (WILLIAM), M.A., Fellow and tutor of Tri-