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The common prayer-book, the best companion to prepare communicants for a worthy receiving the Lord's Supper: being a preparatory office, collected out of the liturgy of the Church of England. Containing Every Thing necessary to be known or done on this solemn Occasion: To which are prefixed, three Discourses on the following Subjects: Discourse I. On the dignity of the Holy Sacrament of the Lord's Supper. - The method of receiving it in St. Paul's time. - The reason why so many in the present age neglect the Lord's Supper. - The great danger that those are in, who never come to the Holy Sacrament. Discourse II. Of the mercifulness of God to penitent sinners, evinced from the words of our Saviour. - The qualifications of such as are to receive this mercy and pardon. - The end for which God proposes to give us his pardon. Discourse III. Of the necessity of a due preparation for the Lord's Supper. - The scruple concerning Unworthiness removed. - How a man may be satisfied that he is prepared, according to what God requires of him. Revised and corrected by a clergyman of the Church of England. To the whole of which is added, the Book of Psalms, digested into prayers and Meditations, very useful in conducting us to those best adapted to our present Occasions; and necessary to be added to our other Devotions.
- Howell, William, 1656-1714.
To all charitably disposed persons Greeting. The petition of the English Presbeterian [sic], or Reformed Society, (who have for some years statedly worshiped in a large house in the city of Philadelphia, commonly called the New-Building.) humbly sheweth, that we your petitioners being necessitated to build a house for publick worship in the aforesaid city ... Signed in behalf of the society, December 28. 1749. ...
- Second Presbyterian Church (Philadelphia, Pa.)
A geographical and political account of the republick of Geneva. Containing an exact description of it's scituation [sic], publick buildings, the lake and the river Rhone, it's trade, academy, territorys, fortifications, interest, &c. Wherein the mistakes of a great many English and French authors are rectified. By the author of The church history of Geneva.
- Le Mercier, Andrew, 1692-1763.
An abridgment of such part of the Building Act, (passed in the Year, 1774,) as will be useful to all persons who have either Freehold or Leasehold Houses or Buildings, particularly to Surveyors, Builders, Carpenters, Bricklayers, &c. With a General Index to the whole Act. (second edition) by Late William Meymott. Of Church Street, St. John's, Southwark, One of the Surveyors appointed under the said Act.
- Meymott, William.
A catalogue of a small collection of books: Which will begin to be sold, by Mark'd Prices, On Tuesday the 17th Instant, At Nine in the Morning, At Tom's Coffee-House in Villars-Street, York-Buildings. Catalogues may be had of Mr. Strahan in Cornhil; Mr. Clements in St. Paul's Church-Yard; Mr. Isted at Temple-Bar; Mr. Stokoe at Charingcross; and at the Place of Sale. (price 2 d.)
A new critical review of the publick buildings, statues and ornaments, In and about London and Westminster. With some Reflections on the Use of Sepulchral Monuments; as also a scheme Shewing the Dimensions of St. Peter's Church at Rome and St. Paul's Cathedral at London; and a preface, being an Essay on Taste. To all which is added, an appendix, containing A Dispute between the Weekly Miscellany and the Author; and a compleat Alphabetical Index.
- Ralph, James, -1762.
The history and antiquities of the City of Dublin, from the earliest accounts / compiled ... by the late Walter Harris; With an appendix containing an history of the cathedrals of Christ Church and St. Patrick, the university, the hospitals and other public buildings. Also two plans, one of the city as it was in the year 1610, being the earliest extant; the other as it is at present, from the accurate survey of the late Mr. Rocque.
- Harris, Walter, 1686-1761.