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A collection of all the ecclesiastical laws, canons, answers, or rescripts, with other memorials concerning the government, discipline and worship of the Church of England, From its first Foundation to the Conquest, that have hitherto been publish'd in the Latin and Saxonic Tongues. And of all the Canons and Constitutions Ecclesiastical, made since the Conquest and before the Reformation, in any National Council, or in the Provincial Synods of Canterbury and York, That have hitherto been publish'd in the Latin Tongue. Now first translated into English with Explanatory Notes, and such Glosses from Lyndwood and Athone, as were thought most useful. Part the First. By John Johnson, M. A. Vicar of Cranbrook in the Diocese of Canterbury.
- Church of England.
- MDCCXX. 
A practical exposition upon the thirty-nine articles of the Church of England. Explaining the true and genuine sense of each article; and their foundation deriv'd and confirm'd from scripture. For the Use of Families. To which is added, a sermon upon I John V.7. By James Boys, M. A. Vicar of Coggeshall in Essex.
- Church of England.
- MDCCXVI. 
A practical exposition upon the thirty-nine articles of the Church of England. Explaining the true and genuine sense of each article and their foundation deriv'd and confirm'd from scripture. For the Use of Families. To which is added, a sermon upon I John V. 7. By James Boys, M. A. Vicar of Coggeshall in Essex.
- Church of England.
- MDCCXVII. 
A treatise of infallibility, shewing that the Church of Rome's claim to that high privilege is without foundation in scripture, antiquity, or reason. In Answer to A Paper on that Subject sent by a Popish Missionary. With some Animadversions on a Book, entituled, The shortest Way to end Disputes about Religion, and upon that Author's Way of reasoning. By a Presbyter of the suffering Church of Scotland.
- Presbyter of the suffering Church of Scotland.
- M.DCC.LII. 
Our fathers God, the hope of posterity. Some serious thoughts on the foundation, rise and growth of the settlements in New England; with a view to the edification of the present, and the instruction, and admonition of future generations. A discourse delivered at Dedham, on the day of publick thanksgiving, Nov. 23. 1738. Upon the conclusion of the first century, since a church of Christ was gathered in that place. By Samuel Dexter, V.D.M. [Four lines of Scripture texts]
- Dexter, Samuel, 1700-1755.
A sermon preached in the Cathedral Church of Sarum before the Visitor, President and other encouragers of the [Salisbury] General Infirmary on their first anniversary, Thursday, September 17, 1767 / [Thomas Greene] ; to which is added the prayer, pronounced by the Rev. Dr. Dodwell, on laying the foundation stone.
- Greene, Thomas, Dean of Salisbury, -1780.
The testimony of conscience a most solid foundation of rejoicing. A sermon preached at the ordination of the Rev. Mr. Joseph Howe, to the pastoral care of the New-South Church in Boston, May 19th, 1773. By the Rev. Naphtali Daggett, A.M. president of Yale College in New-Haven, and professor of divinity in the same. To which is added, the charge by the Rev. Aaron Brown, and the right hand of fellowship by the Rev. Dr. Chauncy. Printed at the desire of the church. [Four lines of Scripture texts]
- Daggett, Naphtali, 1727-1780.
- M,DCC,LXXIII. 
The rational foundation of a Christian church, and the terms of Christian communion. To which are added Three discourses, Viz. Disc. I. A Pattern for a Dissenting Preacher. Disc. II. The Office of Deacons. Disc. III. Invitations to Church-Fellowship. By Isaac Watts, D.D.
- Watts, Isaac, 1674-1748.
- MDCCXLVII. 
Some account of the deans of Canterbury; from the new foundation of that Church, by Henry the Eighth, to the present time. To which is added a catalogue of the manuscripts in the church library. By Henry John Todd, M. A. Minor Canon of the Church, Chaplain to the Lords Fife and Kilmorey, and Vicar of Milton, Kent.
- Todd, Henry John, 1763-1845.
- MDCCXCIII. 
The church of England established upon scriptural and primitive foundation. In a sermon preached in Sheffield Church, the twelfth day of March, in the year of our Lord 1709/10. By Francis Jessop, A. M. Rector of Treeton, and formerly Fellow of Lincoln College in Oxon.
- Jessop, Francis, 1668 or 1669-