Plain truths in few words. To freeholders and freemen. That the members of the church in this country, and particularly her clergy, have been desirous of obtaining a bishop, is tru...
Published 1768Subjects: '; “...Church of England Bishops....”
by Sherlock, R. 1612-1689.Subjects: '; “...Church of England Catechisms....”
A free gift to the clergy: or The hireling priests of what denomination soever, challeng'd to a disputation on this question, Whether the hireling preachers of this age, who are al...
by Woolston, Thomas, 1670-1733.Subjects: '; “...Church of England Controversial literature....”
A serious address to the members of the Episcopal separation in New-England. Occasioned by Mr. Wetmore's Vindication of the professors of the Church of England in Connecticut. : Being an attempt to fix...
by Hobart, Noah, 1706-1773.Subjects: '; “...Wetmore, James, 1695-1760. Vindication of the professors of the Church of England in Connecticut....”
A companion to the altar shewing the nature and necessity of a sacramental preparation in order to our receiving the Holy Communion ...
by Vickers, William, fl. 1707-1711.Subjects: '; “...Church of England Doctrines....”
The doctrine of salvation, faith and good works extracted from the homilies of the Church of England /
by Wesley, John, 1703-1791.Subjects: '; “...Church of England Controversial literature....”
The Divine right of Presbyterian ordination asserted, and the ministerial authority, claimed and exercised in the established churches of New-England, vindicated and proved: in a d...
by Welles, Noah, 1718-1776.Subjects: '; “...Church of England Controversial literature....”
The Church catechism explained, by way of question and answer; and confirmed by Scripture proofs: divided into five parts, and twelve sections: wherein a brief and plain account is...
by Lewis, John, 1675-1747.Subjects: '; “...Church of England Catechisms....”
The catechism: an instruction to be learned by every person before he or she be brought to be confirmed by the bishop. : To which are added several useful prayers, collects, and ejaculations, suited to the capacities of children and beneficial to all Christians. : Published for the edification of children of the Church of England in order that they may become, in due time, worthy members of Christ's body. : [Six...
Published 1792Subjects: '; “...Church of England Catechisms....”
The book of common-prayer, and administration of the sacraments. And other rites and ceremonies of the church according to the use of the Church of England. : Together with the Psalter, or Psalms of David...
Published 1710Subjects: '; “...Church of England Liturgy....”
The morning and evening prayer, the litany, church catechism, family prayers, and several chapters of the Old and New-Testament,
Published 1715Subjects: '; “...Church of England Liturgy....”
The morning and evening prayer. The litany, and church catechism. = Ne orhoengene neoni yogarashkhagh yondereanayendaghkwa, ne ene niyoh raodeweyena, neoni onoghsadogeaghtige yonda...
Published 1763Subjects: '; “...Church of England Liturgy....”
The order for morning and evening prayer, and administration of the sacraments, and some other offices of the church, together with a collection of prayers, and some sentences of t...
Published 1769Subjects: '; “...Church of England Liturgy....”
Articles agreed upon by the archbishops and bishops of both provinces, and the whole clergy in the convocation holden at London in the year MDLXII. For the avoiding of diversities...
Published 1688Subjects: '; “...Church of England. Thirty-nine Articles....”
An Address from the clergy of New-York and New-Jersey, to the Episcopalians in Virginia; occasioned by some late transactions in that colony relative to an American episcopate. : [...
Published 1771Subjects: '; “...Church of England Virginia....”
To D----r R-g--s. Reverend Sir, Altho' it generally belongs to your profession to declaim on the vices and foibles of mankind, there are, notwithstanding, many instances wherein it...
by Farmer.Subjects: '; “...Church of England Controversial literature....”
A guide to the church, in several discourses to which are added, two postscripts : the first, to those members of the church who occasionally frequent other places of public worshi...
by Daubeny, Charles, 1745-1827.Subjects: '; “...Church of England....”
The real advantages which ministers and people may enjoy especially in the colonies, by conforming to the Church of England; faithfully considered, and impartially represented, in a letter to a young gentleman.
by Welles, Noah, 1718-1776.Subjects: '; “...Church of England....”
A discourse, at the opening of the convention of clerical and lay-delegates of the church, in the state of Rhode-Island. Delivered in Trinity-Church, Newport, Thursday, the 18th of...
by Smith, William, 1754-1821.Subjects: '; “...Church of England History....”