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Online Ressourcen (ohne Zeitschr.) 1.  The holy pilgrime, leading the way to heaven. Or, a diuine direction in the way of life, containing a familiar exposition of such secrets in diuinity, as may direct the simple in the way of their Christian pilgrimage : In two books. The first declaring what man is in the mistery of himselfe. The second, what man is in the happines of Christ. Written by C.L
/ Lever, Christopher. - London : Imprinted for Bar: Alsop for William Barringer, and are to be sold at his shop at the great north dore of S. Paules Church, 1618
Online Ressourcen (ohne Zeitschr.) 2.  The holy pilgrime, leading the way to heaven. Or, a divine direction in the way of life, containing a familiar exposition of such secrets in divinity, as may direct the simple in the way of their Christian pilgrimage : In two bookes. The first declaring what man is in the misery of himselfe. The second, what man is in the happines of Christ. Written by C.L
/ Lever, Christopher. - London : Printed for Luke Faune, and are to be sold at his shop at the great North doore of Saint Pauls Church, 1631
Online Ressourcen (ohne Zeitschr.) 3.  A new way of breeding canary birds. Without the trouble, that is in the common way of breeding. And, Will Breed As Many Canary Birds Again, as the Common Way of Breeding does. And, How Presently to Cure a Sick Bird. - Also, How to Keep a Canary (or Any Other) Bird in a Gage, for Singing Only, that they may not Die, as they Do. By a person, who has bred canary birds, several years, With Far Greater Success by this New Way, than Ever He Had Before, in the Common Old Troublesome Way of Breeding. Adorned With One, and Twenty Beautyful Neat Prints, Relating to the Breeding, and Keeping Canary (or Other) Birds, Finely Engraved
/ Person, who has bred canary birds, several years. - [Online-Ausg.]. - London : printed by J. Hughs, in Lincoln's-Inn Fields, 1742. And, sold up one pair of stairs, at the sign of the famous anodyne necklace the Children's Teeth, Fits, Fevers, &c. Over Against Devrtux-Court, Without Temple-Bar. And, at Mr. Bradshaw's, At the Golden Key, Under the Back Piaxxa of the Royal Exchange, [1742]
Online Ressourcen (ohne Zeitschr.) 4.  A collection of the writings of the author of The true-born English-Man. Viz. I. The True-Born English-Man. A Satyr. II. The Mock Mourners. A Satyr. III. Reformation of Manners. A Satyr. IV. The Spanish Descent. A Poem. V. The Poor Mans Plea, concerning Reformation of Manners. VI. An Enquiry into the Occasional Conformity of the Dissenters, in Cases of Preferment: With a Preface to Mr. How. Vii. An Enquiry into Occasional Conformity: Shewing that the Dissenters are no Way Concern'd in it. Viii. A New Test of the Church of England's Loyalty. IX. The Shortest Way with the Dissenters. X. A brief Explanation of the Shortest Way with the Dissenters. XI. A Dialogue between a Dissenter and the Observator, concerning The Shortest Way with Dissenters. XII. Lex Talionis: Or, An Enquiry into the most Proper Ways to Present the Persecution of the Protestants in France. XIII. A Letter to Mr. How, by way of Reply to his Considerations of the Preface to an Enquiry into the Occasional Conformity of Dissenters
/ Defoe, Daniel. - [Online-Ausg.]. - London : [printed [for John How], in the Year 1703
Online Ressourcen (ohne Zeitschr.) 5.  The vvorkes of that learned and reuerend diuine, Iohn White Doctor in Diuinitie; together with A defence of the way to the true church, in aunswer to a Popish treatise written by T.W. P. entituled White died blacke. By Francis White Doctor in Diuinitie ...
/ White, John. - London : Printed by R.F. [, F. Kyngston, J. Haviland] for Iohn Bill and William Barret, 1624
Online Ressourcen (ohne Zeitschr.) 6.  A way to Sion sought out, and found, for believers to walk in: or, A treatise, consisting of three parts : In the first part is proved, 1. That God hath had a people on earth, ever since the coming of Christ in the flesh, throughout the darkest times of popery, which he hath owned as saints, and as his people. 2. That these saints have power to re-affirme and take up as their right, any ordinance of Christ, which they have been deprived of by the violence and tyranny of the man of sin. Wherein it is cleared up by scriptures, and arguments grounded upon scripture, who of right may administer ordinances, and amongst the rest, the ordinance of baptism with vvater. The second part containeth a full and large answer to thirteen exceptions against the practice of baptizing believers, wherein the former particulars are more fully cleared up. The third part proveth that outward ordinances, and amongst the rest the ordinance of baptism is to continue in the church, and this truth cleared up from intricate turnings and windings, clouds and mists that make the way doubtful and dark. By Daniel King, pr
/ King, Daniel. - The second edition. - [Edinburgh] : Printed at London, and re-printed at Edinburgh, by Christopher Higgins, 1656
Online Ressourcen (ohne Zeitschr.) 7.  The vvorkes of that learned and reuerend diuine, Iohn White Doctor in Diuinitie: together with a defence of The way to the true Church, in answer to a popish treatise written by T.W. P. entituled White died blacke. By Francis White Doctor in Diuinitie and deane of Carlile
/ White, John. - London : Printed [by Richard Field, Felix Kingston, and John Haviland] for William Barret, 1624
Online Ressourcen (ohne Zeitschr.) 8.  A way to sion sought out, and found, for believers to walke in. Or, A treatise consisting of three parts : In the first part is proved, 1. That God hath had a people on earth, ever since the comming of Christ in the flesh, throughout the darkest times of popery, which he hath owned as saints, and as his Church. 2. That these saints have power to reassume and take up as their right, any ordinance of Christ, which they have beene deprived of by the violence and tyranny of the man of sin. Wherein it is cleared up by scriptures, and arguments grounded upon scripture, who of right may administer ordinances, and amongst the rest the ordinance of baptisme with water. The 2. part containeth a full and large answer to 13. exceptions against the practice of baptizing believers, wherein the former particulars are more fully cleared up. The 3. part proveth that outward ordinances, and amongst the rest the ordinance of baptisme is to continue in the church, and this truth cleared up from intricate turnings & windings, clouds & mists that make the way doubtful & dark
/ King, Daniel. - London : Printed by Charles Sumptner, for Hanna Allen, at the Crown in Popes-head-alley, 1650
Online Ressourcen (ohne Zeitschr.) 9.  XVA : credit, funding and capital valuation adjustments
/ Green, Andrew. - Chichester, West Sussex, UK : John Wiley & Sons, 2015
Online Ressourcen (ohne Zeitschr.) 10.  Certaine sermons preached upon severall occasions : viz. The vvay to prosper. The vvay to be content. The vvay to vvell-doing. A summer sermon. A vvinter sermon. Vnknowne kindnesse. The poore mans hope. By Iohn Gore Rector of Wenden-lofts in Essex
/ Gore, John. - Printed at London : By T. Cotes, for Thomas Alchorne, at the Greene Dragon in Pauls Church-yard, 1636
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