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Davies, S.
Davies, Samuel
Samuel Davies
Samuel Davies (American minister and educator)
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1723-1761
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American Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
Bostwick, David (1721-1763. [from old catalog])
Davis, Richard Beale
Ebenezer Hazard Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Finley, Samuel (1715-1766)
Hall, David (1714-1772)
Lyon, James (1735-1794)
Pilcher, George William
Presbyterian historical society. [from old catalog]
Princeton university. [from old catalog]
Stichting De Tabernakel
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account of a remarkable work of grace or the great success of the gospel in Virginia. In a letter from the Rev. Mr. Davis ... to the Rev. Mr. Bellamy. ... With an account of the state of religion in several parts of North-America, from 1743 to June 1751., An
Charity and truth united; or, The way of the multitude
Collected poems..., 1723-1761. Facsimile reproductions ed
crisis: or, the uncertain doom of kingdoms at particular times considered with reference to Great-Britain and her colonies in their present circumstances. A sermon, preached in Hanover, Virginia, October 28, 1756; ... By the Reverend Mr. Samuel Davies, A.M. With a preface by the Reverend Mr. Thomas Gibbons., The
curse of cowardice:, The
duties, difficulties and reward of the faithful minister. A sermon, preached at the installation of the Revd. Mr. John Todd, A.B. into the pastoral charge of the Presbyterian congregation, in and about the upper part of Hanover county in Virginia, Nov. 12. 1752. With an appendix, ... By S. Davies, V.D.M, The
duty of Christians to propagate their religion among heathens, The
godly family, The : a series of essays on the duties of parents and children
good soldier. Extracted from a sermon preached to a company of voluntiers, raised in Virginia, August 17, 1755, The
impartial trial impartially tried and convicted of partiality, The : in remarks on Mr. Caldwell's, alias Thornton's sermon, intituled, An impartial trial of the spirit, &c., and the preface of the publisher in Virginia : to which is added a short appendix proving the right of the Synod of New-York to the liberties allowed to Protestant dissenters, by the Act of Toleration
Jean 3, 16 la déclaration d'amour de Dieu
Letters from the Rev. Samuel Davies &c. shewing the state of religion in Virginia, particularly among the negroes. Likewise an extract of a letter from a gentleman in London to his friend in the country, containing some observations on the same.
Lettre à Sir Hans Sloane, 1729
Little children invited to Jesus Christ : a sermon preached in Hanover-County, Virginia, May 8, 1758 : with an account of the late remarkable religious impressions among the students in the College of New-Jersey
mediatorial kingdom and glories of Jesus Christ A sermon, on John xviii. 37., The
Military glory of Great-Britain, an entertainment, The
nature of salvation through Jesus Christ
Religion and patriotism the constituents of a good soldier.
Religion and public spirit.
Reverend Samuel Davies abroad; the diary of a journey to England and Scotland, 1753-55., The
Reverend Samuel Davies abroad, The : the diary of a journey to England and Scotland, 1753-55
Samuel Davies, c1971:
sermon delivered at Nassau-Hall, January 14, 1761, A : On the death of His late Majesty King George II
sermon delivered at Nassau-hall, January 14, 1761. On the death of His late Majesty King George II., A
sermon on man's primitive state; and the first covenant., A
sermon on the sacred import of the word Christian., A
sermon preached at Henrico, 29th April 1753 And at Canongate, 26th May 1754. By S. Davies., A
sermon, preached before the reverend Presbytery of New-Castle ... 1753:, A
Sermons on important subjects
Short sketch, by which the faithful ministers of Christ may be known from the unfaithful
state of religion among the Protestant dissenters in Virginia in a letter to the Rev. Mr. Joseph Bellamy, of Bethlem, in New-England: from the Reverend Mr. Samuel Davies, V.D.M. in Hanover County, Virginia. [Two lines from Proverbs]., The
Substance of sermons
touch stone for the clergy, A : to which is added, a poem, wrote by a Clergyman in Virginia, in a storm of wind and rain.
vessels of mercy, and the vessels of wrath, delineated, in a new, uncontroverted, and practical light. A sermon first preached in New Kent, Virginia, August 22, 1756., The
Virginia's danger and remedy. Two discourses, occasioned by the severe drought in sundry parts of the country; and the defeat of General Braddock.
zonde van ondankbaarheid, De
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