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Benjamin (Bishop of Bangor)
Benjamin Hoadly (British bishop)
Hoadly, Benjamin (Bp. of Winchester)
Author of the Enquiry, the (see also from)
Church of England Diocese of Salisbury Bishop (1723-1734 : Hoadly) (see also from)
Joly, Jaspar Robert (1819-1892)
Knapton, James (Londen)
Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
Schagen, Marten (Amsterdam)
Scheurleer, Hendrik ('s-Gravenhage)
Steele, Richard (1672-1729)
Uytwerf, Hermannus (Amsterdam)
Wit, Kornelis de (Amsterdam)
account of the state of the Roman Catholick religion. Dutch
answer to a late book written by the Reverend Dr. Sherlock, Dean of Chichester, intitled, The condition and example of Our Blessed saviour vindicated, &c, An
answer to the Reverend Dr. Snape's Letter to the Bishop of Bangor, An
brief defense of episcopal ordination
common rights of subjects defended: and the nature of the sacramental test, consider'd. In answer to the Dean of Chichester's vindication of the Corporation and Test acts, The
enquiry into the reasons of the conduct of Great Britain With Relation to the Present State of Affairs in Europe, An
Epitre dedicatoire du Chevalier Richard Steele au Pape Clement XI : Contenant l'etat de la religion dans la Grande Bretagne; & autres particularitez importantes, par rapport à la conjoncture presente. Traduite de l'Anglois par Mr. A. Boyer.
fears and sentiments of all true Britains With respect to National Credit, interest and Religion, The
French Kings thanks to the Tories of Great-Britain., The
happiness of the present establishment, and the unhappiness of absolute monarchy A sermon preach'd at the assizes at Hartford, March 22d. 1707/8 by Benjamin Hoadly, M. A. Rector of St. Peter's-Poor. Publish'd at the Request of the Lord Lieutenant, High-Sheriff, and Grand-Jury, The
Klaar berigt van de Natuur en het Oogmerk van des Heeren Avondmaal ... : benevens eenige formulieren van gebeden, waar agter gevoegt zyn twee predikatien over 't gezag der overheden, en de regten der onderdanen
large answer to Dr. F. Atterbury's Charge of Rebellion
letter from the Lord Bishop of Winchester to Clement Chevallier, Esq. Occasioned by Fournier's new Attack, since the legal Condemnation of his Note over the Bishop's Name for 8,800 l. with an Account of that Gentleman's Conduct, in Favour of the said Fournier. To which is added an Appendix, Shewing the several Steps of Fournier's Behaviour, from the Day of his Appeal to the Bishop; and the several Variations of his Story about the said Note, in the Order of Time, in which they happened, A
letter to the Reverend Dr. Francis Atterbury occasion'd by the doctrine Lately deliver'd by him in a funeral sermon on 1 Cor. 15.19. August 30. 1706, A
Maatregels en palen van het gezag der hooge overheden, en de regten en privilegien der onderdanen, aangetoont in twee predikatien, de eerste over Romynen XIII vs. 1 ... de tweede ... uyt Handel. XXII vs. 25 : op eene staatkundige wyze verhandelt
measures of submission to the civil magistrate consider'd In a defense of the doctrine deliver'd in a sermon preach'd before the Rt. Hon. the Lord Mayor, Aldermen, and Citizens of London, Sept. 29. 1705, The
moyen de plaire à Dieu sous l'Evangile, Le : où l'on traite des conditions, que ceux qui croient en Jesus-Christ doivent remplir, pour être agréables à Dieu, & des illusions dans lesquelles ils sont sujets à tomber sur cet article
nature and duty of a public spirit A sermon preach'd at St. James's Westminster, on St. David's day March 1. 1716. before the Honourable the Stewards And Others of the Society of Antient Britons, Establish'd in Honour of Her Royal Highness's Birth-Day and the Principality of Wales, The
Nature of the kingdom or church of christ a sermon, preached before the king, at the royal chapel of st. james's, march 31, 1717 : to which are subjoined, a few brief remarks or notes
Onderzoek der redenen op welke het gedrag van Groot-Britanjen is gegrondt.
Original and institution of civil government, discuss'd
Persuasive to lay-conformity
Plain account of the nature and end of the sacrament of the Lord's Supper.
present delusion of many protestants, consider'd In a sermon preach'd in the Parish-Church of St. Peter's Poor, in Broadstreet, November 5. 1715, The
preservative against the principles and practices of the Nonjurors both in church and state. Or, an appeal to the consciences and common sense of the Christian laity, A
Queries recommended to the authors of the late discourse of free thinking
Raisons pour ne pas recevoir le pretendant, et pour ne pas rétablir la ligne papiste.
Reasonableness of conformity.
Recherche des motifs sur lesquels est fondée la conduite de la Grande-Bretagne.
Remarks on Mr. Kelly's late speech at the bar of the House of Lords : being a collection of all the papers publish'd in the London journal upon that occasion
reply to the introduction to the second part of Mr. Calamy's Defense of moderate nonconformity
restoration made a blessing to us, by the protestant succession A sermon preach'd before the King at the royal chapel at St James's on the 29th of May, 1716. Being the Anniversary Of The Restoration, The
serious enquiry into the present state of the Church of England or, the danger of the church from the rashness of the clergy. In a letter to Dr. Atterbury, Prolocutor to the Lower-House of Convocation, A
sermon preach'd at the funeral of Mrs. Elizabeth Howland in the parish-church of Streatham in Surry, on Friday, May the first, 1719, A
sermon preach'd before the Lords spiritual and temporal in Parliament assembled, at the Collegiate church of St. Peter's Westminster, on Monday January 30, 1720-21 Being the Anniversary of the Martyrdom of King Charles the First, A
sermon preach'd before the Right Honourable the Lord-Mayor, aldermen, and livery-men of the several companies of London At the parish-church of St. Lawrence Jewry, before the Election of the Lord-Mayor. September 29th. 1705, A
sermon preach'd on the eighth of March, 1704-5 Being the anniversary day of thanksgiving for the Queen's accession to the Crown, A
Sermon sur le royaume ou l'Eglise de J. Christ, prononcé devant le Roi, dans la chapelle royale de St. James le 31 mars/11 avril 1717, par Monseigneur l'évêque de Bangor, et publié par ordre de Sa Majesté
Sermons on the following subjects, viz. : Of faith in God. Of the Unity of God ...
Several discourses concerning the terms of acceptance with God In which I. The terms themselves are distinctly laid down; as they are proposed to Christians in the New Testament. And II. Several false notions of the conditions of salvation are considered. Particularly Of being saved by Faith. Of trusting to External Performances. Of the Power of Charity to cover Sins. Of relying upon the Merits of Christ. Of Man's Weakness, and God's Grace. Of Repentance. Of the Example of the Thief on the Cross. Of trusting to a Death-Bed Sorrow. Of the Parable of the Labourers in the Vineyard. Of depending upon Amendment in time to come
Several tracts formerly published : now collected into one volume ... : To which are added, six sermons, never before publish'd ...
Some considerations humbly offered to the ... Bishop of Exeter
St. Paul's behaviour towards the civil magistrate a sermon preach'd at the assizes at Hertford, July the 26th, 1708
Staat van de roomsch catholyke religie.
thoughts of an honest Tory upon the present proceedings of that party. In a letter to a friend in town, The
Traité sur la nature, le but et les effets du sacrement de la sainte cène, dans lequel on allegue & on explique tous les passages du Nouveau Testament qui ont du rapport à cette matière, & où l'on tire de ces passages, uniquement, tout ce qu'on doit croire & pratiquer à cet égard
true, genuine, Tory-address To which is added, an explanation of some hard terms now in use: for the information of all such as read, or subscribe, addresses, The
vindication of Dr. Sherlock, Dean of St. Pauls, in answer to Mr. Nathaniel Taylor's late treatise, entitul'd, Dr. Sherlock's case of church communion, and his letter to Anonymus, consider'd, &c. Together with a reply to his vindication of the Dissenters from the Charge of Schism, A
voice of the addressers or, a short comment upon the chief things maintain'd, or condemn'd, in our late modest addresses, The
vryheid van godsdienst in de burgerlyke maatschappy betoogd en verdeedigd, uit het regt der nature en der volkeren, en uit de nature van den kristelyken godsdienst, De
works of Benjamin Hoadley ..., The