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Name: 
Baptist Wriothesley Noel
Baptist Wriothesley Noel (English evangelical clergyman)
Noel, Baptist W.
Noel, Baptist Wriothesley
Dates: 
1799-1873
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Blomfield, Charles James (1786-1857)
Conference of Ministers of All Denominations on the Corn Laws (Manchester, England) (1841)
Davies, Thomas
Joly, Jaspar Robert (1819-1892)
London clergyman
Melbourne, William Lamb (1779-1848; Viscount))
Poor man's friend
Roussel, Napoléon (1805-1878))
Wardlaw, Ralph (1779-1853)
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Christian missions to heathen nations
Christian Sabbath, considered in its various aspects, The
Counter-plea for the poor showing that the cause of their distress is not attributable to the corn laws : in reply to a pamphlet by W. the Hon and Rev. W. Baptist Noel
England and India, an essay on the duty of Englishmen towards the Hindoos.
Essay on Christian baptism.] Traethawd ar fedydd Cristionogol ... Cyhoeddedig gan J. Roberts
Facts taken from an essay on the union of church and state
fallen and their associates, The
first five centuries of the church;, The : or, the early fathers no safe guides
Freedom and slavery in the United States of America.
letter to the Hon. & Rev. Baptist Noel, M.A containing remarks on his recent secession, and proposing certain measures for the immediate and entire reformation of the Church of England, A
letter to the Right Honourable Lord Viscount Melbourne, on church extension, 1839:, A
Notes of a short tour through the midland counties of Ireland, in the summer of 1836, with observations on the condition of the peasantry.
Notes of a tour in the valleys of Piedmont, in the summer of 1854
opstand in Noord-Amerika, in oorzaken, voortgang en gevolgen;, De
Plea for the poor. Selections
plea for the poor showing how the proposed repeal of the existing corn laws will affect the interests of the working classes, A
Prize essay on the evils which are produced by late hours of business and on the benefits which would attend their abridgement
right of private judgement: a sermon preached at Tavistock chapel, Drury lane, on Tuesday, NOvember 13, 1827, in the course of lectures on the points in controversy between Roman Catholics and Protestants., The
state of the metropolis considered in a letter to the the Right Honorable and Right Reverend the Lord Bishop of London, The
Supplement to the "Plea for the poor" consisting of facts and opinions, gathered from speeches and examinations at the great Anti-corn Law Conference, held in Manchester, on Tuesday, August 17, 1841, and following days.
Vaudois et vallées du Piémon visités en 1854
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