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Cozef Pristli
Džozef Pristli
Džozefs Prīstlijs
Iosephus Priestley
joseph preistley
Joseph Priestley (Brits filosoof (1733-1804))
Joseph Priestley (chimico e filosofo inglese)
Joseph Priestley (English theologian, chemist, educator, and political theorist)
Joseph Priestley (Theologe, Philosoph, Chemiker und Physiker)
Priestleij, J.
Priestley (Dr)
Priestley (J.)
Priestley, Jos
Priestley, Josef
Priestley (Joseph)
Priestly, Joseph
Pristli, Dzhozef
Джозеф Пристли
Джозеф Прістлі
Джозеф Прыстлі
Джоузеф Пристли
Пристли, Джозеф
Џозеф Пристли
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ג'וזף פריסטלי
פריסטלי, ג'וזף
بريستلي، جوزيف،
جوزف پریستلی
جوزيف بريستلي،
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American Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
Brown, Ira V. (1922- ))
Diderot, Denis (1713-1784)
dissenter, A (see also from)
Dobson, Thomas (1751-1823)
Elwall, Edward (1676-1744)
Gibelin, Jacques
Jefferson, Thomas (1743-1826)
Johnson, Joseph (fl. 1760-1809)
Krätz, Otto (1937-)
Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
Price, Richard (1723-1791)
Priestley, Joseph Jr
Rutt, John Towill (1760-1841)
Thomas Jefferson Library Collection (Library of Congress)
Wedgwood, Josiah (1730-1795)
Wesley, John (1703-1791)
原, 光雄 (1909-)
address to Protestant dissenters of all denominations, on the approaching election of members of Parliament, with respect to the state of public liberty in general, and of American affairs in particular., An
appeal to the public on the subject of the riots in Birmingham. To which are added, strictures on a pamphlet, intitled 'thoughts on the late riot at Birmingham.' By Joseph Priestley, LL.D. F.R.S. &c, An
appeal to the serious and candid professors of Christianity, on the following subjects, viz, An : I. the use of reason in matters of religion, II. the power of man to do the will of God, III. original sin, IV. election and reprobation, V. the div inity of Christ, and VI. atonement for sin by the death of Christ
Autobiography of Joseph Priestley: memoirs written by himself; [and], An account of further discoveries in air;
Catechism for children and young persons. Selections
conduct to be observed by Dissenters in order to procure the repeal of the Corporation and Test Acts Recommended in a sermon, preached before the congregations of the old and new meetings, at Birmingham, November 5, 1789. Printed at the Request of the Committee of the seven Congregations of the three Denominations of Protestant Dissenters, in Birmingham, The
Considerations for the use of young men and the parents of young men
Considerations on the doctrine of phlogiston, and the decomposition of water
Course of lectures on oratory and criticism
description of a chart of biography, with a catalogue of all the names inserted in it and the dates annexed to them, A
description of a new chart of history, containing a view of the principal revolutions of empire that have taken place in the world, A
Discourses on the evidence of revealed religion
Disquisitions relating to matter and spirit
Doctrine of philosophical necessity illustrated
essay on a course of liberal education for civil and active life
essay on the first principles of government and on the nature of political, civil, and religious liberty, including remarks on Dr. Brown's Code of education, and on Dr. Balguy's sermon on church authority. The second edition, corrected and enlarged, by Joseph Priestley, LL. D. F. R. S., An
examination of Dr. Reid's Inquiry into the human mind on the principles of common sense Dr. Beattie's Essay on the nature and immutability of truth, and Dr. Oswald's Appeal to common sense in behalf of religion, An
Expériences et observations sur différentes especes d'air. Ouvrage traduit de l'anglois de M. J. Priestley, docteur en droit, membre de la Société royale de Londres. Par M. Gibelin, docteur en médecine, membre de la Société médicale de Londres. Tome premier [-cinquieme].
Experiments & observations on different kinds of air
familiar introduction to the theory and practice of perspective
Familiar letters, addressed to the inhabitants of Birmingham. Part 5
free discussion of the doctrines of materialism and philosophical necessity
general view of the arguments for the unity of God and against the divinity and pre-existence of Christ, from reason, from the scriptures, and from history, A
Heads of lectures on a course of experimental philosophy, particularly including chemistry delivered at the New College in Hackney
Histoire del'electricité
History and present state of discoveries relating to vision, light, and colours
history of the corruptions of Christianity ..., An
History & present state of electricity, with original experiments
Institutes of natural and revealed religion ...
Joseph Priestley, selections from his writings.
Lectures on history and general policy to which is prefixed an essay on a course of liberal education for civil and active life
Letters to a philosophical unbeliever.
Letters to the Jews : inviting them to an amicable discussion of the evidences of Christianity
Letters to the members of the New Jersalem Church, formed by Baron Swedenborg
Letters to the right honourable Edmund Burke
Lettres au très-honorable Edmund Burke, au sujet de ses «Réflexions sur la Révolution de France»
Memoirs of Dr. Joseph Priestley, to the year 1795
Miscellaneous observations relating to education : more especially as it respects the conduct of the mind
Notes on all the books of Scripture, for the use of the pulpit and private families...
Observations on respiration, and the use of the blood
Political writings
present state of Europe compared with antient prophecies, The : a sermon, preached at the Gravel Pit meeting in Hackney, February 28, 1794 : being the day appointed for a general fast
present state of liberty in Great Britain and her colonies. By an Englishman, The
Proeve over de algemeene gronden van regeering en over den aart van politieke en burgerlijke vrijheid
Remarks on some paragraphs in the fourth volume of Dr. Blackstone's Commentaries on the laws of England, relating to the dissenters. By Joseph Priestley, ... Also, a reply to Dr. Priestley's Remarks ... By the author of the Commentaries. Likewise, Dr. Priestley's answer to Dr. Blackstone's Reply. And, the case of the late election of the county of Middlesex, ...
Remarks on the Monthly Review of the letters to Dr. Horsley; in which the Rev. Mr. Samuel Badcock, the writer of that review, is called upon to defend what he has advanced in it. By Joseph Priestley, L.L.D. F.R.S
Revolutionary in exile : the emigration of Joseph Priestley to America, 1794-1804
rudiments of English grammar adapted to the use of schools; with notes and observations, for the use of those who have made some proficiency in the language, The
scientific autobiography of Joseph Priestley, 1733-1804; selected scientific correspondence., A
scripture catechism, A : consisting of a series of questions, with references to the scriptures instead of answers
Socrates and Jesus compared
Supplement au Traité chimique de l'air et du feu de M. Scheele : contenant un tableau abrégé des nouvelles découvertes sur les diverses espèces d'air
theological and miscellaneous works of Joseph Priestley ..., The
Triumph of truth.
Unitarianism explained and defended : in a discourse delivered in the church of the Universalists, at Philadelphia, 1796
use of Christianity, especially in difficult times; a sermon, delivered at the Gravel Pit meeting in Hackney, March 30, 1794. By Joseph Priestley, LL.D. F.R.S. &c. being the author's farewell discourse to his congregation., The
Versuche zur Darstellung verschiedener Luftarten historische Experimente (1773) ; Sonderdruck aus ChED, Chemie, Experiment + Didaktik, Zeitschrift für Lehrende und Lernende ; Band 1. 1975
view of the principles and conduct of the Protestant Dissenters, with respect to the civil and ecclesiastical constitution of England. By Joseph Priestley, LL. D. F. R. S, A