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Abraham Rees
Abraham Rees (gweinidog anghydffurfiol a gwyddoniadurwr o Gymro)
Abraham Rees (Welsh encyclopedist)
Rees, Abraham
Dates: 
1743-1825
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Chambers, Ephraïm (1680-1740)
Cossons, Neil (1939-)
Joly, Jaspar Robert (1819-1892)
Madan, Martin (1726-1790)
Rivington, Charles
Rivington, F.
Rivington, James (1724-1802)
S.n. (Londen)
Strahan, William
Taylor, Isaac (1730-1807)
Titles: 
Abridgment of the fifth tract of the Society for the promotion of permanent and universal peace
advantages of knowledge illustrated and recommended in a sermon, delivered on Wednesday the 30th of April, 1788. ... to the supporters of a New Academical Institution among Protestant Dissenters. By A. Rees., The
benefit of early instruction in religion, illustrated and evinced: in a sermon preached at St. Thomas's January 1, 1787, for the benefit of the Charity-School, in Gravel-Lane, Southwark. By Abraham Rees, The
cyclopaedia; or, Universal dictionary of arts, sciences, and literature, The
Cyclopaedia. Selections
doctrine of Christ, the only effectual remedy against the fear of death: and the union of good men in the future world: in two sermons, preached at Cambridge, on Lord's day, June the 27th, 1790. On occasion of the death of the late Rev. Robert Robinson, who died at Birmingham, June the 8th, 1790; in the fifty-fifth year of his age. To which is annexed, a catalogue of his publications. By Abraham Rees, The
Economy illustrated and recommended and a caution against modern infidelity: in two sermons, preached at the meeting-house in the Old Jewry, ... By Abraham Rees.
Five letters addressed to Abraham Rees, editor of the new edition of Chamber's cyclopaedia; relative to certain additions which have been collected and introduced by the said editor
Letters concerning the regium donum addressed to the editor of the Morning Chronicle. By a dissenter.
obligation and importance of searching the Scriptures, as a preservative from popery. A sermon preached at Salters-Hall, November 5, 1779. to the society, that support the Lord's-day evening-lecture at that place; ... By Abraham Rees, The
Paper.
privileges of Britain. A sermon preached at the meeting-house in the Old Jewry on Thursday the 29th of November 1798, being the day appointed for a general thanksgiving. By Abraham Rees., The
Rees's manufacturing industry
Rees's naval architecture (1819-20)
sermon preached at the meeting-house in Prince's-Street, Westminster, on the eighteenth of October, 1795 upon occasion of the much lamented death of the Rev. Andrew Kippis, ... who departed this life on the eighth day of the same month, in the seventy-first year of his age. To which is added, the address delivered at the interment of the deceased. By Abraham Rees., A
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