An ecclesiastical dictionary : containing definitions of terms and explanations and illustrations of subjects pertaining to the history, ritual, discipline, worship, ceremonies, and usages of the Christian church : with brief notices of ancient and modern sects, and biographical sketches of the early fathers and writers of the church
- Staunton, William, 1803-1889.
Multum in parvo : captivity of the human race, revolution by Jesus Christ, the protracted and desperate campaign, biographical sketches of scripture characters, three hundred scripture allusions and quotations : or running history of earth and time : retrospect of earth and time from beyond the Judgment
- Devol, C.
Religion, natural and revealed, or, The natural theology and moral bearings of phrenology and physiology : including the doctrines taught and duties inculcated thereby, compared with those enjoined in the scriptures : together with the phrenological exposition of the doctrines of a future state : materialism, holiness, sin, reward, punishments, depravity, a change of heart, will, foreordination, fatalism, etc. etc.
- Fowler, O. S. 1809-1887.
The shaking and translating of heaven and earth. A sermon preached before the Honourable House of Commons, in Parliament assembled April 19 1649. To which are annexed, prophetical extracts: particularly such as relaie [sic] to the Revolution in France and the decline of the papal power in the world
- Owen, John, 1616-1683.