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Online Ressourcen (ohne Zeitschr.) 1.  Peace of mind and health of body united: or, a discourse, shewing the distinction between a wounded conscience, convicted by a sense of sin, and a wounded spirit, proceeding from a disordered body; Proving, That the latter is more grievous than the former, and comes not under the Denomination of Conscience, but of Disease, to which all Mankind are liable; and that, in either Case, the miserably afflicted are neither mad, nor out of their Senses; but only that their animal Spirits are either elated, confused, and hurried, or otherwise oppressed and dejected. Shewing, That all Severities and Confinement are prejudicial; as are all Endeavours that give Pain, or sink the Spirits; and that, In the former Case, nothing can relieve them but Divines; and, in the latter, nothing but the judicious Physician, and Apothecaries that will be true both to Physician and Patient. In a letter to a clergyman. By an honourer of the faculty
/ Southcomb, Lewis. - [Online-Ausg.]. - London : printed for M. Cooper, at the Globe, in Pater-Noster-Row, M.DCC.L. [1750]
Bücher 2.  [Collection de chroniques ... / [13], Chroniques relatives à ... / [1], Chroniques des religieux des Dunes, Jean Brandon, Gilles de Roye, Adrien de But : (Textes latins)
/ Brando, Johannes. - 1870
Bücher 3.  The politics & poetics of black film : Nothing but a man
/ Wall, David C.. - Bloomington; Indianapolis : Indiana University Press, 2015
Online Ressourcen (ohne Zeitschr.) 4.  Old Poor Robin : 1780. An almanack, after the old; yet nevertheless as agreeable and conformable as Head and Hands can make it, to the newest new fashion of all. Or, a new Edition of a very old Ephemeris; wherein thou, O Reader (if that thou canst but Read) art sure to find Abundance and Plenty of Matters most dainty; Well worthy of thy utmost Attention, Consideration, Observation, &c. but particularly deserving thy Approbation and Preservation. Containing a two-fold Calendar: (viz.) The good, new, true, honest, punctual, upright, and downright English Account: And also, the foolish fantastical, whimsey-headed, idle Account of sad Sinners, and sorry Saints, from one End of the Year to the other. Written by the oldest and honestest poor Robin, Knight of the Burnt-Island; and a most sincere Well-Wisher to every Honest Man. Being the One Hundred and Eighteenth Edition; and the very Bissextile or Leap-Year; and also the Twenty-Eighth of the New Style in Old England. Kind gentle Reader, honest Buyer; (take Bob's Word for't) 'tis His Desire To please you Well,-But if He miss His Aim for Once-He tells you this; Some he may Please-Some, not at all, But his Endeavour ever shall Be to avoid foolish Predictions, Which are but idle Lies and Fictions
/ Winstanley, William. - Being the one hundred and eighteenth edition. [Online-Ausg.]. - London : printed for the Company of Stationers and sold by George Hawkins, at their Hall in Ludgate Street, [1779]
Online Ressourcen (ohne Zeitschr.) 5.  Honesty in distress, but reliev'd by no party : Giving an account how she went to court but was scorn'd & slighted; next she went to Westminster-hall, which set the lawyers in an uproar; then she went to the city making her complaint to the linen-draper and apothecary, grocer and hosier, baker and butcher, vintner and ale-draper, pawn-broker and tally-man, usurer and miser, but found no relief. Then she went to the Exbhange amongst the merchants, but they sent her to the priests, & said it was enough for them to teach; therefore they had no relief for her; so poor honesty being fighted by all, died a miserable death for want of relief
/ Ward, Edward. - [Online-Ausg.]. - [London?] : Printed and sold in Grub-street, [1710?]
Online Ressourcen (ohne Zeitschr.) 6.  The harmony of the three commissions; or, None but Christ : Wherein is infallibly declared that all prophets in the time of the law, or under the first commission, and all apostles and ministers in the time of the Gospel, do each of them unanimously agree in their doctrine concerning God. And that according to the doctrine of the third commission, which doctrine was in the two first commissions, and is more fuller in this, being the commissions of the spirit; namely, that there is none but Christ, none but Christ; no other God but our Lord Jesus Christ, now in heaven glorified. The first record evidenced. Unto us a child is born: unto us a son is given: he shall he called the mighty God and the everlasting father, Isa. ix. 6. The second record evidenced. Great is the mystery of godliness; God manifested to flesh. There are three that bear record in heaven, &c. 1 John v. The third record evidenced. In the days of the voice of the seventh angel, when be shall begin to sound, the mystery of God shall be finished. By Thomas Tomkinson
/ Tomkinson, Thomas. - [Online-Ausg.]. - [London?] : First written in the year of Our Lord God 1692: revised and abridged by the author, and, Printed in the year M,DCC,LVII. [1757]
Online Ressourcen (ohne Zeitschr.) 7.  The portsmouth tragedy: in four parts. Part I. How a Captain of the Guards fell in Love, and courted a beautiful Lady at Portsmouth, and after he had got her with Child, left her, and went to the Isle Wight. Part II. How the young Lady wrote a Letter to him, but receiving an ungrateful answer, fell into Despair, and crav'd the Devil's Assistance to revenge herself on the Captain. How he appeared to her, but she being with Child, he had no Power to touch her, therefore flew away in a Flash of Fire, attended with dismal Shrieks and Howlings. Part III. How her Parents sent for two Divines to recover her from Desperation, but to no Purpose; and though her Parents attended her Night and Day, yet she found Means to stab herself with a Pen-Knife. Part IV. How she appeared to the Captain with a Pen-Knife in her Breast; and in a Voyage he was making to Vigo she haunted the Ship causing great Storms to arise, and teribly frightning the whole Ship's crew, till at last she dragged him into the Sea, and was no more seen
[Online-Ausg.]. - [Newcastle upon Tyne?] : s.n, [1770?]
Online Ressourcen (ohne Zeitschr.) 8.  The danger of desertion: or, A farvvell sermon of Mr. Thomas Hooker, sometimes minister of Gods Word at Chainsford in Essex; but now of New England : Preached immediately before his departure out of England. Together vvith ten particular rules to be practised every day by converted Christians
/ Hooker, Thomas. - The second edition. - London : printed by G. M. for George Edwards in the Old Baily in Green-Arbour, at the signe of the Angell, 1641
Online Ressourcen (ohne Zeitschr.) 9.  Honesty, in distress : but relieved by no party Giving An Account how she went to Court, but was scorn'd and slighted. - Next she went to Westminster-Hall, which set the Lawyers in an uproar-Then she went to the City, making her Complaint to the Linen-Draper and Apothecary, Grocer and Hosier, Baker and Butcher, Vintner and Ale-Draper, Pawn-Broker and Tallow-Man, Usurer and Miser, but found no Relief-Then she went to the Exchange, amongst the Merchants, but they sent her to the Priests, and they said it was enough for them to teach, therefore they had no Relief for her. So Poor Honesty being slighted by all, died a miserable Death for want of Relief
[Online-Ausg.]. - [London] : Printed for the Company of Running Stationers, [1770?]
Online Ressourcen (ohne Zeitschr.) 10.  Honesty in distress : but reliev'd by no party. Giving an account how she went to court but was scorn'd and slighted; next she went to Westminster-Hall, which set the Lawyers in an uproar; then she went to the City making her complaint to the Linen-Draper and Apothecary, Grocer and Hosier, Baker and Butcher, Vintner and Ale-Draper, Pawn-Broker and Tally-Man, Usurer and Miser, but found no Relief. Then she went to the Exchange amongst the Merchants, but they sent her to the Priests, and said 'twas enough for them to teach; therefore they had no Relief for her; so poor Honesty being slighted by all, died a miserable Death for want of Relief
/ Ward, Edward. - [Online-Ausg.]. - [London] : Printed and sold in Aldermary Church-Yard Bow-Lane London, [1708?]
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