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The history and antiquities of dissenting churches and meeting houses, in London, Westminster, and Southwark : including the lives of their ministers, from the rise of nonconformity to the present time. With an appendix on the origin, progress, and present state of Christianity in Britain. In four volumes
- Wilson, Walter, 1781-1847.
Popery, superstition, ignorance, and knavery, confess'd, and fully proved on the Surey dissenters, from the second letter of an apostate friend, to Zach. Taylor. : To which is added, A refutation of Mr. T. Jollie's Vindication of the devil in Dugdale; or, the Surey demoniack.
- Taylor, Zachary, 1653-1705.
The Welsh Nonconformists' memorial; or, Cambro-British biography; containing sketches of the founders of the Protestant dissenting interest in Wales. To which are prefixed, an essay on Druidism, and introduction of the Gospel into Britain. With an Appendix, including the author's minor pieces and his last views of the Christian religion
- Richards, William, 1749-1818.
Innocence vindicated : by a brief and impartial narrative of the proceedings of the Court of Sessions in Bristol against Ichabod Chauncy, physitian in that city, to his conviction on the statute of the 35th Eliz. on the 9th of April, and to his abjuration of all the Kings dominions for ever, Aug. 15, 1684. Together with some passages subsequent thereunto
- Chauncy, Ichabod, -1691.
The Surey demoniack : or, an account of Satans strange and dreadful actings, in and about the body of Richard Dugdale of Surey, near Whalley in Lancashire; and how he was dispossest by Gods blessing on the fastings and prayers of divers ministers and people. The matter of fact attested by the oaths of several credible persons, before some of His Majesties justices of the peace in the said county.