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Tossius, 427, Q. Gerardi Joannis Vossii historiæ de controversiis quas Pelagius
ejusque reliquiæ moverunt. Amstelodami, 1655. L. Wakefield, 1507, 0. An enquiry into the opinions of the Christian writers, of
the three first centuries, concerning the person of Jesus Christ. By
1883, 0. 1. Examination of Paine's Age of Reason. By Gilbert Wakefield. New York, 1794.
1883, 0. 3. Reply to the second part of Paine's Age of Reason. By Gilbert Wakefield. London, 1795.
1888, 0. 3. Address to Bishop Horsley. By Gilbert Wakefield.
Birmingham, 1790. Warburton, 1574, 0. The divine legation of Moses demonstrated, on the prin
ciples of a religious deist, from the omission of the doctrine of a future state of reward and punishment in the Jewish dispensation. By William Warbui ton, A. M. &c. 3 vols. London, 1742.
1675, D. The doctrine of grace; or, the office and operations of the Holy Spirit vindicated from the insults of infidelity, and abuses of fanaticism, &c. &c. By William Warburton, bishop of Gloucester. 2 vols. London, 1763.
1892, 0. 1. Alliance between church and state. By Bishop Warburton. London, 1731.
1892, 0.2. A comment on Warburton's alliance hetween church
and state. London, 1748. Watson, 1240, 0. A collection of theological tracts, by Richard Watson, D. D.
bishop of Landaff, &c. 6 vols. Cambridge, 1785.
Watson. Dublin, 1790.
with his answer. Philadelphia, 1781. Wharton, 1882, 0. 7., 1891, 0. 10. & 1838, D. On the Divinity of Christ, in
answer to Dr. Priestley. By the Rev. C. H. Wharton. Philadelphia,
1796. Whilby, 1608, 0. A discourse concerning election and reprobation;—the extent
of Christ's redemption ;--the grace of God;—the liberty of the will ;-
by his express order. London, 1822. Wilberforce, 1318, 0. A practical view of the religions system of professed
, Christians, in the higher and middle classes, contrasted with real
Christianity. By William Wilberforce, Esq. M. P. Philadelphia, 1798. Ililischen, 2114, D. 5. Christ. Fried. Wilischens catechetische einleitung zum
erbaulichen bibel lesen. Hamburg, 1701. Tilkinson, 975, D. 1. A catechisme, contayning a short exposition of the
points in the ordinary catechisme. By H. Wilkinson, B. D. London,
Willardd, 153, D. The truly blessed man; or, the way to be happy here, and
for ever. By Samuel Willard. London, 1722. L. Williams, 817, Q. 9. The Protestant's answer to the Catholick letter to the
seeker; or, a vindication of the Protestant's answer to the seeker's request. By Bishop John Williams. 1688. M.
1882, 0. 6. Reasons for faith in revealed religion. By John Williams.
London, 1796. Wilson, 1007, D. 2. A Scripture Manual; or a plain representation of the ordi
nance of baptism. By S. Wilson. Philadelphia, 1795. Winchester, 1648, D. The universal restoration exhibited in four dialogues, &c.
By Elhanan Winchester. Philadelphia, 1792.
1865, 0. 3. The mystic plea for universal redemption, as preached by E. Winchester. Philadelphia, 1781.
1833, D. 2. Letters to Paine. By E. Winchester. New York, 1795. Winckler, 2114, D. 2. Johann Dietrich Wincklers Sammlung geistlicher reden.
Hamburg, 1762. Wollebius, 799, D. Compendium Theologiæ Christianæ. Authore Johanne
Wollebio. Amstelodami, 1633. Wotton, 1621, 0. Miscellaneous discourses relating to the traditions and
usages of the scribes and pharisees in our blessed Saviour Jesus
Christ's time. By W. Wotton, D. D. 2 vols. London, 1718. Young, 1257, 0. An historical dissertation on idolatrous corruptions in religion
from the beginning of the world; and on the methods taken by divine providence in reforming them. By Arthur Young. 2 vols. London,
1734. 862, F. Solida refutatio compilationis Cinglianæ et Calvinianæ, per Theologos Wirtembergicos. Tubingæ, 1590.
195, Q. A dialogue concerning the Christian religion, between a Jewish Rabbi and a Christian. Composed in Spanish, by the Jew. Manuscript, written in Morocco. L.
595, Q. 4. The institution of a Christen man, conteynynge the exposytion of the crede, of the sacramentes, of the commandementes, and of the Pater noster, and Aue Maria, justifycation and purgatory. London, 1534. L.
875, Q. MS. on Vellum. Cy est ung traittie des fruits de tribulacion fait par ung religieux de l'ordre des celestines pour consoler les desolez. Illuminated on first page. 1538. (This is probably of earlier date.)
513, 0. La decision du grand point, et un supplement aux livres de l'Archevesque et Eyesque de Cambray. Paris, 1699. L.
739, 0. 1. A specimen of peculiar thoughts upon sublime, abstruse and delicate subjects; wherein revealed religion is delineated. London, 1738. L.
739, 0. 3. Reflections on prescience; in which the nature of the Divinity is inquired into. London, 1731. L.
1893, 0. 3. A treatise on baptism. London, 1761.
1234, 0. The Theological Repository; consisting of original essays, hints, queries, calculated to promote religious knowledge. 3 vols. London, 1773.
1243, O. By the way of a scripture interpretation Theism: a prophecy; or Prophetical dissertation, adapted to the present crisis of affairs. Philadelphia, 1763.
2012, 0. A Chinese fragment containing an inquiry into the present state of religion in England, London, 1786.
1722, 0. Enthusiastick Impostors no divinely inspired Prophets. Being an historical relation of the rise, progress and present practices of the French and English pretended Prophets, &c. London, 1707.
1865, 0. 2. An essay on the justice of God. London, 1875, 0. 5. Testimonies in favour of religious liberty. London, 1790. 1896, 0. 2. A representation of the nature of true religion. London, 1805. 1882, 0. 2. Considerations addressed to the French Bishops and Clergy now residing in England. London, 1796.
1882, 0. 4. The Bible needs no apology; or, Watson's system of religion refuted, &c. Portsmouth, 1796.
1883, 0. 2. The age of infidelity, in answer to Paine's age of reason. Philadelphia, 1794.
1888, 0. 5. Address to the protestant trinitarians on the trinity. London, 1788.
1880, 0. 6. High church politics. London, 1792.
1978, O. Apologia Catholica adversus perturbatores pacis in Francia. Parisiis, 1586.
517, D. Disputationes septuaginta Theologicæ adversus Pontifices. Oxoniæ, 1639. L.
747, D. Dialogus de doctrina Christianorum. Arabice. L.
452, D. Catechismus cum ordine confirmationis Græcé et Latiné. Londini, 1686. L.
570. D. Catechismus fidei christianæ, Græce. Cantabriæ, 1648. L.
975, D. 7. 13. A catechisme for children in years, and children in understanding. London, 1644.
975, D. 8. Short principles of religion. London, 1644.
975, D. 11. An enlargement of a former catechisme, which contained in briefe the grounds and principles of christian religion. London, 1641.
975, D. 17. A compendious catechisme. London, 1645.
975, D. 18. Short questions and answers, explaining the common catechisme in the book of common prayer. London, 1641.
975, D. 19. An entrance of the form of sound words. London, 1653. 975, D. 21. A short catechisme. Seventh edition. London, 1632.
975, D. 22. The summe and substance of the christian religion, set down in a catechistical way. London, 1647.
996, D. The christian confession of the faith of the harmless christians, known by the name of Menonists. Amsterdam, 1727.
975, D. 10. Scripture milk and gospel honey, being a brief summe of christian doctrine. London, 1649.
975, D. 3. An help to communicants; or some part of the ordinance concerning suspension from the sacrament. London, 1647.
2540, O. Catechismus pro Barmanis, addita Latina interpretatione. Romæ, 1785.
1133, D. Recueil de diverses Pieces concernant le Quietisme et les Quietistes, ou Molinos, ses Sentimens et ses Disciples. A Amsterdam, 1688.
1194, D. An heavenly chariot.-The way to everlasting life; containing sixe treatises, &c.—Sixe cunning and cruell Robbers, having the heads of doves, but the tailes of scorpions, sent from the bottomlesse pit, by the arch-enemie of God's babes, &c.—Three most fearefull rockes laid in the way of God's babes, &c.—That one glorious inne, &c. towards the which the babes of God do journey in time laboriously, &c. London, 1625. M.
1452, D. 2. Remarks on the religious sentiments of learned and eminent men, viz; Sir Isaac Newton, Boyle, Locke, Hale, Addison, &c. With reflections on incredulity. London, 1791.
1552, D. An attempt to explain the words, reason, substance, person, creeds, orthodoxy, catholic church, subscription, and index expurgatorius. With reflections, &c. By a presbyter of the church of England. London, 1767.
1830, D. 1. L'Impie démasqué, ou remonstrance aux ecrivains incredules. A Londres, 1773.
1832, D. 1. A representation of true religion. London, 1793. 1834, D. 2. Directions for public worship. Philadelphia, 1813.
1834. D. 3. St. Paul's opinions of Jesus Christ stated. Philadelphia, 1814.
1834, D. 4. Pastoral advice to a young person, lately confirmed. Philadelphia, 1813.
1834, D. 5. Pastoral advice to young persons, in order to their being confirmed. Philadelphia, 1813.
1834, D. 14. The Christian's daily devotion. hiladelphia, 1816.
1838, D. 1. A dissertation on man's fall. From the High-German. Ephrata, 1765.
1838, D. 2. Answer to a letter of Enthusiasm. London, 1764. 1838, D. 8. A Plain Man's Creed. Birmingham, 1791.
1839, D. 8. Address to serious and candid professors of Christianity. London, 1783.
1841, D. 4. The uncertainty of a death-bed repentance. Philadelphia, 1784.
1862, D. 3. Dr. Langhorne on the superiority of religious views. Dr. Moir's choice, &c. of religion. Pleasures of religion. Humble stations superior to grandeur and riches. Dr. Goldsmith on religion, life and futurity. London, 1794.
1887, D. Saxonia Catholica. Coloniæ, 1621.
1954, D. The Scripture doctrine of Materialism, by a Layman. Philadelphia, 1823.
1954, D. 2. A view of the metaphysical and physiological arguments in favour of materialism, by a Physician. Philadelphia, 1824.
2081, D. Untersuchungen der neuesten Theologischen Streitigkeiten. Wismar, 1774.
1620, D. The grounds of the old religion ; or arguments in favour of the Catholic, Apostolic, Roman Communion. Augusta, 1742.
467, D. Confutatio determinationis doctorum Parisiensium contra Martinum Lutherum. Paris, 1522. L.
817, Q. 1. A dialogue between a new catholic convert and a protestant, shewing the doctrine of Transubstantiation to be as reasonable to be believed, as the great mystery of the Trinity, by all good Catholics. London, 1686.
817, Q. 2. An answer to the same. London, 1687.
817, Q. 3. A second dialogue between the same, on the same subject. London, 1687. M.
817, Q. 5. A seeker's request to catholic priests aad protestant ministers, respecting the Lord's Supper. London, 1687. M.
817, Q. 6. The Catholic answer to the same. 1687. M.
817, Q. 8. The catholic letter to the seeker; or a reply to the protestant answer. 1688. M.
2081, 0. 1. Account of the Romish clergy of France. London, 1710.
820, Q. 4. The necessity of Reformation, with respect to the errors and corruptions of the church of Rome. The second part. London, 1686.
817, Q. 10. A plain representation of Transubstantiation as it is received in the church of Rome, with the sandy foundations it is built upon, &c. &c. By a country divine. 1687. M.
1220, D. Meditations collected and ordered for the use of the English Colledge of Lisbo. By the superiors of the same Colledge. At Doway, 1663. M.
1849, 0. 7. Innocence vindicated and the intrigue of Popery and its abettors displayed, &c. London, 1783.
1102, Q. Rules and Christian advices of the yearly meeting of Friends, for Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Philadelphia, 1797.
2217, D. Christian advices published by the yearly meeting of Philadelphia, 1808.
655, F. Epistles from the yearly meeting of the people called Quakers, held in London, to the quarterly and monthly meetings in Great Britain, Ireland, and elsewhere, from 1675 to 1757. London, 1760.
2018, D. & 2263, 0. 10. Address of the monthly meeting of Friends of Philadelphia to their members. Philadelphia, 1812-1827.
2263, 0. 12. Address of the sufferers in the Eastern District of the city of Baltimore, to the yearly meeting. Baltimore, 1822. 2263, 0. 8. Extracts from the minutes of the yearly meeting held at Balti
Baltimore, 1828. 2018, D. 14. Remarks upon Christian discipline and church government, extracted from the writings of the members of the Society of Friends. Philadelphia, 1827.
2263, 0. 13. A declaration of the Ohio yearly meeting. Philadelphia, 1829.
2263, O. 15. The epistle from the yearly meeting of friends in London. Philadelphia, 1830.
1888, 0. 1. Summary of the history and doctrines of Friends. London, 1790. 1968, D. Rules of discipline of Friends in Philadelphia. 1825.
2018, D. 10. Extracts from the minutes of the yearly meeting held in Baltimore in 1828.
2018, D. 11. An epistle from the yearly meeting of Friends held in Philadelphia, in 1829.
2124, D. A catechism and confession of faith of the people called Quakers. Philadelphia, 1773.
2018, D. 8. Extracts from the primitive writings of primitive Friends concerning the divinity of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. Philadelphia, 1823.
2018, D. 4. A statement of facts relative to the dissolution of the connexion which existed between Philadelphia quarterly and the monthly meeting of Friends, held at Green Street, Philadelphia.
2018, D. 5. An epistle from the yearly meeting of Friends held in Philadelphia, 1827.
2018, D. 6. The third general epistle of Peter to the rulers of the visible church. Philadelphia, 1827.
2018, D. 7. An epistle to Friends of the yearly meeting of Philadelphia, from Green Street. Philadelphia, 1827.
2018, D. 9 & 12. Addresses to Friends within the compass of the yearly meeting held at Philadelphia. 1827–1829.
2263, 0. 1. The light of truth in the mind of man, the only rule of faith and practice. Philadelphia, 1824.
1867, 0. 7. A candid address to the Episcopalians of Pennsylvania, by Plain Truth. Philadelphia, 1827.
1867, 0. 8. Three letters in support of a candid address by Plain Truth. Philadelphia, 1827.
1867, 0. 9. Another candid address, by Plain Truth, junior. Philadelphia, 1827.
1867, 0. 10. An answer to the pamphlet by Plain Truth. By Plain Fact. Philadelphia, 1827.
1867, & 2235, 0. 5. Review of the answer to the remonstrance sent to the bishops of the Protestant Episcopal church. Philadelphia, 1827.
1867, & 2235, 0. 6. A reply to a letter remonstrating against the consecration of the Rev. Henry U. Onderdonk, D. D. with a copy of the letter. Philadelphia, 1827.
1885, 0. A collection of pieces and tracts, chiefly intended to establish the doctrines of the unity of God, and the salvation of sinners by his free grace in the gospel. Philadelphia, 1810.
1897, 0. 3. Address to unlearned persons on the doctrine of the trinity. London, 1805.
1874, 0. 3. Reasons for Unitarianism, by a Welsh freeholder. London, 1792.
1877, 0. 6. Letter to the Bishop of St. David's, by a Welsh freeholder. London, 1791.