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Fox's original and complete book of martyrs; or, An universal history of martyrdom. Containing full, copious, and authentic accounts of lives and sufferings, together with the actions, characters, examinations, trials, religious principles, tortures, and triumphant deaths, of all the glorious Protestant martyrs, during the reign of Queen Mary the First. To which will be added, a genuine, circumstantial, full, and universal history of the lives, persecutions, tortures, and deaths of the primitive martyrs, and Church of Christ, in all parts of the world, by Papists, pagans, Jews, Turks, and others, from the birth of our blessed saviour to the reign of Queen Mary. The whole originally composed by the Rev. John Fox, M.A. formerly of Magdalen College, Oxford. A new edition. Now carefully revised, corrected, and improved, by a minister of the gospel. ... With many other remarkable martyrdoms and persecutions, viz. Those of the more early Christian martyrs in the very earliest ages of the world. ... The whole forming at once a general Christian martyrology, and a complete history of persecutions, from the earliest ages of the world to the present time. Calculated to promote the Protestant religion, and expel superstition from the minds of mankind. Embellished with near 300 elegant engravings
Foxe, John (1516-1587) / Cengage Gale / 2009
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The life and particular proceedings of the Rev. Mr. George Whitefield, : from the time of his going to Crisp School, in Gloucester, to his embarking for Pensilvania. Compiled for the Satisfaction of those Persons who are desirous of Reading the Genuine Account of that Gentleman. By an impartial hand. Among many other Particulars are the following; I. His early Religion and Charity, taken notice of by the Heads of the Houses at Oxford. II. On his Reading a Book, intituled, The Life of God in the Soul of Man, he saw the Necessity of the New Birth. III. Was 2 Years under continual Temptations and Buffetting of the Devil. IV. Comes from Oxford to London, and preaches Charity Sermons. V. Sets sail for Georgia, had like to have been drowned, but arrives safe, where he preaches before the Free-Masons, and dines with them, &c. with his particular Proceedings at Georgia. VI. Sets sail from Charles Town for England. Vii. Preaches at the Request of the Bishop of Limerick, who kisses him, and gives him his Blessing. Viii. He waited on the Bishop of Londonderry, and Archbishop of Armagh, and was very civilly treated. IX. Mr. Majendie's Letter to a Friend, concerning Mr. Whitefield's Behaviour at St. Margaret's Church, Westminster, and Mr. Bennet's Account of that Affair. X. His Account how part of the Money collected has been expended, and how the rest is to be laid out. XI. Queries sent to Mr. Whitefield. XII. A Method of Confession for Women Methodists. XIII. Deny'd preaching at Islington Church, so preached in the Church-Yard. XIV. His Preaching at Kennington-Common, Moorfields, &c with an Account of the Sums of Money collected. XV. Joseph Periam's First Letter to Mr. Whitefield, from No. 50. in Bethlehem Hospital; Mr. Whitefield goes to see him. His second Letter; Mr. Whitefield's Answer. His third Letter; Mr. Whitefield goes to him again and gets his Discharge. XVI. Takes another Tour in the Country, and continues collecting; and pays Money into the Trustees Hands for the Use of the Orphan House at Georgia. XVII. An Answer to the former Queries, with a Reply to the Answer, and an Answer to the Reply. XVIII. A modest Enquiry into the Principles and Practices of the New Sect of Methodists. XIX. A Poem on Eternal Misery, address'd to Mr. Whitefield. XX. A Copy of Mr. William Seward's Letter, in Answer to one received from his Brother the Reverend Mr. Thomas Seward at Genoa. XXI. Another Letter relating to Mr. Whitefield and his Followers, wherein is a Parallel drawn between the present Sect of Methodists (as they are commonly called) and the French Prophets. XXII. The Rev. Mr. Welles's Letter to Mr. Whitefield from Cardiff, charging him with several Falsities
Tucker, Josiah (1713-1799) / Cengage Gale / 2009
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The life and particular proceedings of the Rev. Mr. George Whitefield, : from the time of his going to Crisp School, in Gloucester, to his embarking for Pensilvania. Compiled for the Satisfaction of those Persons who are desirous of Reading the Genuine Account of that Gentleman. By an impartial hand. Among many other Particulars, are the following: I. His early Religion and Charity taken Notice of by the Heads of the Houses at Oxford. II. On his Reading a Book, intitled, The Life of God in the Soul of Man, he saw the Necessity of the New-Birth. III. Was 2 Years under continual Temptations and Buffetting of the Devil. IV. Comes from Oxford to London, and preaches Charity Sermons. V. Sets Sail for Georgia, had like to have been drown'd, but arrives Safe, where he preaches before the Free-Masons, and dines with them, &c. with his particular Proceedings at Georgia. VI. Sets Sail from Charles Town for England. Vii. Preaches at the Request of the Bishop of Limerick, who kisses him and gives him his Blessing. Viii. He waited on the Bishop of Londonderry, and Archbishop of Armagh, and was very civilly created. IX. Mr. Majendre's Letter to a Friend, concerning Mr Whitefield's Behaviour at St. Margaret's Church, Westminster; and Mr. Bennet's Account of that Affair. X. His Account, how part of the Money collected has been expended, and how the rest is to be laid out. XI. Queries sent to Mr. Whitefield. XII. A Method of Confession for Women Methodists. XIII. Denied preaching at Islington Church, so preached in the Church-Yard. XIV. His Preaching at Kennington-Common, Moorfields, &c. with an Account of the Sums of Money collected. XV. Joseph Periam's First Letter to Mr. Whitefield, from No 50, in Bethlehem-Hospital; Mr. Whitefield goes to see him. His Second Letter; Mr. Whitefield's Answer. His Third Letter; Mr. Whitefield goes to him again, and gets his Discharge. XVI. Takes Tour in the Country, and continues Collecting; and pays Money into the Trustees Hands for the Use of the Orphan-House at Georgia. XVII. An Answer to the former Queries; with a Reply to the Answer; and an Answer to the Reply. XVIII. A modest Inquiry into the Principles and Practices of the New Sect of Methodists. XIX. A Poem on Eternal Misery, addressed to Mr. Whitefield. XX. A Copy of Mr. William Seward's Letter: In Answer to one received from his Brother the Rev. Mr. Thomas Seward at Genoa. XXI. Another Letter relating to Mr. Whitefield and his Followers, wherein is a Parallel drawn between the present Sect of Methodists (as they are commonly called) and the French Prophets. XXII. The Rev. Mr. Welles's Letter to Mr. Whitefield from Cardiff, Charging him with several Falsities
Tucker, Josiah (1713-1799) / Cengage Gale / 2009
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Pitts, Joseph / Cengage Gale / 2009
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Crossroad / 1993
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Discourses on the following subjects, : viz. Directions how to hear sermons. 1. Directions how to hear Sermons. 2. Worldly Business no Plea for the Neglect of Religion. 3. Satan's Devices. 4. The Marks of the New-Birth. 5. The Knowledge of Jesus Christ the best Knowledge. 6. The heinous Sin of Drunkenness. 7. The Power of Christ's Resurrection. 8. The Duty of searching the Scriptures. 9. Thankfulness for Mercies received, a necessary Duty. 10. The Benefits of an early Piety. 11. The Folly and Danger of being not Righteous enough. 12. The Indwelling of the Spirit, the common Privilege of all Believers. 13 The Necessity of the Righteousness of Christ. 14 A Preservative against unsettled Notions, and want of Principles, in regard to Righteousness and Christian Perfection. 15. The Care of the Soul urged as the One Thing Needful. 16. Watching, the peculaiar Duty of a Christian. 17. An Exhortation to come and see Jesus. 18 The Spirit, Doctrines, and Lives of our modern Clergy, not conformable to the Spirit of Christ. 19 Jesus Christ the only Way to Salvation. An exhortation to the people of God not to be discouraged in their way, by the scoffs and contempt of wicked men. To which is added, Prayers on several occasions. By George Whitefield, A. B. of Pembroke-College, Oxford
Whitefield, George (1714-1770) / Cengage Gale / 2009
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De Waal, Cornelis / First [edition]. / Bloomsbury / 2013Résumé
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Bromley, Thomas (1629-1691) / Cengage Gale / 2009
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Mottley, John (1692-1750) / Cengage Gale / 2009
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The benefit of farting explain'd: or The fundament-all cause of the distempers incident to the fair-sex: proving, a posteriori, most of the dis-ordures in-tail'd upon them, are owing to Flatulencies not seasonably vented. : Wrote in Spanish, by Don Fartinando Puff-indorst, professor of Bumbast in the University of Crackow: and translated into English, at the request, and for the use of Lady Damp-fart, of Her-fart shire. By Obadiah Fizzle, Groom of the Stool to the Princess of Arsimini in Sardinia. To which are added, I. The wonderful wonder of wonders: being an accurate description of the birth, education, manner of living, Religion, Politicks, and learning, of mine A-se. II. Serious and cleanly meditations on a boghouse, by Jeffrey Broadbottom, Esq; III. The boghouse, a poem, in imitation of Milton, and the author of the seasons. and several other curious pieces in the same taste
Puff-indorst, Fart in hando / Cengage Gale / 2009