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Discourses on ecclesiastical history: under the following heads: viz. I The matter of ecclesiastical history. II. Rules of Chronology. III. Of Bishops and Clerks. IV. Of the inferior Clergy. V. The Doctrine of the Trinity. VI. The Method of studying. Vii. The Knowledge of the Fathers. Viii. The Necessity of studying Antiquity. IX. The Fall and Decay of Learning. X. The Incontinence of the Clergy. XI. The Deposing of Kings. XII. The Succession of Bishops. XIII. of discipline, Manners, Martyrs, Monks, &c. Reliques, Pilgrimages, Superstitions, Simony, Penances, Censures, Councils, Monasteries, Ceremonies, &c. By Mr. Fleury, an Abbot; Formerly Subpreceptor to the King of Spain, and the Dukes of Burgundy and Berry. Written originally in French, and now done into English.
- Fleury, Claude, 1640-1723.
The Devout Christian's exemplar: Or, The sacred history of the incarnation and brith, life and death, refurrection and ascension of Our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ digested into a new and practical method, and chronological order. To which are annexed, suitable prayers and meditations extracted from the works of the most eminent writers, Bp. Taylor, Bp. Patrick, Bp. Kenn, Mr. Nelson, &c. Adorn'd with cuts. To which is added, the life and death of the virgin Mary by a Late Eminent Prelate.
- Morrice, John, 1685-1740.