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Ridgley, Thomas
Thomas Ridgley (Ridgley, Thomas (1667–1734), Independent minister and tutor)
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abuse of feasting and recreations Consider'd in a sermon preach'd at the evening-lecture in Jewen-street, London. December 26, 1717. To which is added, A discourse concerning the origin and superstitious observance of religious festivals. By Thomas Ridgley., The
advantage of falling into the hand of God rather than man A sermon, preach'd October the 11th, at the evening lecture in the Old-Jewry. On the death of Mr. Nathan Hall, who was murder'd by high-way men, October 1. 1719. By Thomas Ridgley., The
Body of divinity: wherein the doctrines of the christian religion are explained and defended. being the substance of several lectures on the assembly's larger catechism
doctrine of original sin considered being the substance of two sermons preached at Pinners Hall. With a postscript, ... By Thomas Ridgley., The
essay concerning truth and charity In two parts. ... By Thomas Ridgley., An
funeral sermon preached (and since enlarged) on the decease of Mrs. Gertrud Clarkson, 1701:, A
sermon occasion'd by the death of the Reverend Mr. John Sladen who departed this life Octob. 19, 1733. ... By Thomas Ridgley, D.D., A
unreasonableness of the charge of imposition exhibited against several Dissenting ministers in and about London, consider'd And the difference between creed-making as practis'd in former ages, and their late conduct ... stated and argued. By Thomas Ridgley., The