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Author of Revelation examined with candour
Author of Revelation examined with candour, the
Author of the Life of David
Author of the Observations on Lord Orrery's remarks
Delaney, Patrick
Delaney, Patrick (Dr.)
Delanny, Patrick
Delany, Patrick
Dubliniensis, Phileleutherus
Life of David, Author of
Observations on Lord Orrery's remarks, Author of
Patrick Delany
Patrick Delany (Irish clergyman)
Philalethes
Phileleutherus (Dubliniensis)
Profess'd friend to an honest freedom of thought in religious enquiries
Professed friend to an honest freedom of thought in religious enquiries
Revelation examined with candour, Author of
Sincere friend of the cause of religion and virtue
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1685 or 1686-1768
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Arbuckle, James
Helsham, Richard (1682?-1738)
Hogan, Robert Goode (1930-)
Joly, Jaspar Robert (1819-1892)
Mell, Donald Charles
Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
Rivington, Charles (I, Londen)
Swift, Jonathan (1667-1745)
Tenison, Thomas Esq
Thomas Jefferson Library Collection (Library of Congress)
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account of the Society for promoting Christian knowledge., An
Correspondence of Patrick Delany while interned at Hare Park Camp, Curragh
doctrine of abstinence from blood defended, The : in answer to two pamphlets, the one called The question about eating blood stated and examined, &c. : the other intitled The prohibition of blood a temporary precept
doctrine of transubstantiation, clearly and fully confuted, The : from common sense. From the unerring attestation of the senses. From the indubitable maxims of philosophy. From the proofs of our Saviour's miracles, vouched by himself, and from the words of his own mouth, again, and again, repeated, as attested, by St. Paul, and three evangelists.
Eighteen discourses and dissertations upon various very important and interesting subjects. By Patrick Delany, ...
epistle to His Excellency John Lord Carteret Lord Lieutenant of Ireland., An
essay towards evidencing the divine original of tythes., An : By Doctor Delany, ... The substance of it, in a discourse ... in one of the parish churches of the deanery lately rebuilt from a ruine. To which is prefixed, a short account of some circumstances relateing to that deanery.
Gedancken von der Vielweiberey ; D. Patrick Delany. - Danzig, 1742.
Historical account of the life and reign of david, king of israel interspersed with various conjectures, digressions and disquisitions. in which (among other things) mr. bayle's criticisms, upon the conduct and character of that prince, are fully considered
humble apology for Christian orthodoxy., An
Letter from Patrick Delany to Edward Southwell asking for money in order to get new roofing for a church
Letter from Patrick Delany to Sir Thomas Hanmer regarding conveying the Pope's Epistle to Lord Burlington
letter to a lord, A : in answer to his late book entitle, A plain account of the nature and end of the sacrament of the Lord's Supper.
Long history of a short session of a certain parliament in a certain kingdom
Longford's-Glyn, or The willow and the brook; a true history. Faithfully translated from the Irish original. [In verse].
News from Parnassus.
Observations upon Lord Orrery's Remarks on the life and writings of Dr. Jonathan Swift. : Containing several singular anecdotes relating to the character and conduct of that great genius, and the most deservedly celebrated Stella. In a series of letters to his Lordship. To which are added, two original pieces of the same author [viz.: A treatise on good manners and good breeding, and Verses to a friend] ... (excellent in their kind) never before publish'd.
pheasant and the lark. A fable, The
poems of Patrick Delany, The : comprising also poems about him by Jonathan Swift, Thomas Sheridan, and other friends and enemies
present state of learning, religion, and infidelity in Great-Britain, The : wherein the causes of the present degeneracy of taste, and increase of infidelity, are inquir'd into, and accounted for ...
Reflections upon polygamy, and the encouragement given to that practice in the scriptures of the Old testament
Revelation examined with candour.
Reverend Patrick Delany, Doctor in Divinity, and Dean of Down, ... appellant. Thomas Tenison and Samuel Head, Esqrs; and Hariott Tenison, widow, James Edwards, and Thomas Tenison the younger, executors of William Tenison, Esquire, deceased, ------- respondents. The appellant's case., The
sermon preach'd at Christ-Church, Dublin, before their excellencies the Lords Justices of Ireland; on Tuesday June the 16th, 1713. ... By Pat. Delany, ..., A
sermon preach'd before the Society corresponding with the Incorporated Society in Dublin, 1744:, A
sermon preach'd in Christ-church, Dublin, ... on Monday, January 30, 1737. Being the anniversary of the martyrdom of King Charles the First. By Patrick Delany, ..., A
sermon preached in the parish-church of Christ-Church, London, A : on Thursday April the 21st, 1763: being the time of the yearly meeting of the children educated in the chari[ty]-schools, in and about the cities of London and Westminister
Sixteen discourses upon doctrines and duties, more peculiarly Christian; and against the reigning vanities of the age. By the author of the life of David.
tribune, The
Twenty two sermons upon social duties and their opposite vices. : Five of which were never before published in this kingdom. And the sixteenth and seventeenth not published in the London edition. By the author of The life of David.
vindication of the Convocation and the Lord Chancellor of Ireland [i.e. Sir Constantine Phipps], A : in answer to the Englishman's defence of the C[ommon]s. In a letter to Mr. Steel, with a postscript to the author of the Flying-Post, No. 3442. By the editor of Aristides.
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