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Finley, S.
Finley, Samuel
Finley, Samuel (Rev. Dr)
Finly, Samuel
Samuel Finley
Samuel Finley (American colonial)
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American Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
Burr, Aaron (1716-1757)
Davies, Samuel (1723-1761)
Ebenezer Hazard Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Gibbons, Thomas (1720-1785)
Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Mycall, John (1750-1833)
Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
Princeton University
Ross, Robert (1726-1799)
account of the College of New-Jersey, An : in which are described the methods of government, modes of instruction, manner and expences of living in the same, &c. : with a prospect of the College neatly engraved.
American Latin grammar
approved minister of God, The : a sermon preach'd at the ordination of the Reverend Mr. John Rodgers at St. Georges, in Pennsylvania, March 16, 1749
Complete introduction to the Latin tongue
contrast, or The death-bed of a free-thinker and the death-bed of a Christian, The : exemplified in the last hours of the Hon. Francis Newport, and the Rev. Samuel Finley, D.D.
Faithful ministers the fathers of the church : a sermon preached at Fogs-Mannor : on occasion of the death of the Reverend Mr. Samuel Blair, who departed this life July 5 1752
madness of mankind, represented in a sermon preached in the new Presbyterian church in Philadelphia, on the 9th of June 1754, The
Satan strip'd of his angelick robe : being the substance of several sermons preach'd at Philadelphia, January 1742-3 from 2 Thessalonians 2.11, 12 shewing, the strength, nature, and symptons of delusion : with an application to the Moravians
sermon, preached before the reverend Presbytery of New-Castle, October 11, 1752, A
Sermons on important subjects
vindication of the charitable plea for the speechless, A : in answer to Mr. Abel Morgan's antipaedorantism : wherein the points in controversy are more largely opened, and his objections particularly considered, and refuted : the whole is freely submitted to the judgment of common sense