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Author of Remarks on the evidence
Burgess, T.
Burgess, Thomas
Lord Bishop of St. David's
Remarks on the evidence, Author of
Thomas Burgess
Thomas Burgess (britisk præst)
Thomas Burgess (britisk prest)
Thomas Burgess (Brits priester (1756-1837))
Thomas Burgess (brittisk präst)
Thomas Burgess (englischer Autor und Philosoph)
Thomas Burgess (English author, philosopher, Bishop of Saint David's and Bishop of Salisbury)
Thomas (Rev)
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Burton, Johannis
Burton, John (1696-1771)
Clarendon Press (Oxford)
Cooke, John (1731-1810))
Elmsley, Peter (1736-1802))
Fletcher, James (1710?-1795))
Koraēs, Adamantios (1748-1833)
Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
Santen, Laurens van (1746-1798)
Sharp, Granville (1735-1813)
Tyrwhitt, Thomas (1730-1786)
Arabick alphabet; or, An easy introduction to the reading of Arabick., The
Aristotelis de poetica liber græce et latine. Lectionem constituit, versionem refinxit, animadversionibus illustravit Thomas Tyrwhitt.
Bagley; a descriptive poem With the annotations of Scriblerus Secundus: to which are prefixed, by the same, prolegomena on the poetry of the present age.
Brief van Thomas Burgess (1756-1837) aan Laurens van Santen (1746-1798)
Concise DNB
Considerations on the abolition of slavery and the slave trade upon grounds of natural, religious, and political duty.
Conspectus criticarum observationum
discourse delivered at the anniversary meeting of the Royal Society of Literature, April 26, 1857, A
divinity of Christ proved from his own declarations attested and interpreted by his living witnesses, 1790:, The
Epistolae Catholicae Graece
essay on the study of antiquities., An
letter from the Bishop of Salisbury to the Duke of Wellington. Letter from the Rev. G.S. Faber, on the coronation oath. Observations of an eminent barrister, on the danger of Popish ministers, A
letter to the Rev. Thomas reply to a vindication of the literary character of Prof. Porson, by Crito Cantabrigiensis: and in further proof of the authenticity of 1 John, v. 7., A
Memoirs of Granville Sharp, esq. Composed from his own manuscripts, and other authentic documents in the possession of his family and of the African institution. By Prince Hoare. With observations on Mr Sharp's biblical criticisms, by the right rev. the Lord Bishop of St David's
Moral annals of the poor, and middle ranks of society in various situations, of good and bad conduct.
Musei Oxoniensis litterarii conspectus.
Novum Testamentum Graece perpetua annotatione illustratum Editionis Koppianae
Observationes in Sophoclis Œdipum tyrannum, Œdipum Coloneum, Antigonam: Euripidis Phœnissas, Æschyli Septem contra Thebas Auctore T. Burgess.
Pentalogia, sive Tragoediarum græcarum delectus
Protestant retrospect, The
Protestant's catechism on the origin of popery, and on the grounds of the Roman Catholic claims; To which are prefixed, the opinions of Milton, Locke, Hoadley, Blackstone, and Burke; with a postscript on the introduction of popery into Ireland by the compact of Henry II. and Pope Adrian in the twelfth century., The
Reflections on the controversial writings of Dr. Priestley relative to religious opinions, establishments, and tests. Part 1.
Remarks on the scriptural account of the dimensions of Solomon's temple: occasioned by the supplement to a pamphlet entitled Evidence that the relation of Josephus concerning Herod's having new built the temple at Jerusalem is either false or misinterpreted. By the author of Remarks on the Evidence
Ricardi Dawes Miscellanea critica
sermon preached before the incorporated Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts, 1808:, A
vindication of Bishop Cleaver's edition of the Decretum Lacedæmoniorum contra Timotheum, from the strictures of R. P. Knight, esq., A
vindication of the end of religious controversy, A : from the exceptions of the right Rev. Dr. Thomas Burgess Bishop of St. David's and the Rev. Richard Grier Vicar of Templebodane and chaplain to Earl Talbot, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland in letters to a catholic convert