Several divine treatises: viz. I. An exhortation against the fears of death. II. A brief declaration of the resurrection of the dead: With suitable Meditations and Prayers, touching Life and Death To which is added a discourse of the four last things; Viz. I. Death, which is most certain; II. Judgment, which is most strict; III. Hell, which is most dismal; IV. Heaven, which is most delightful. With Instructions both to Young and Old, to Prepare themselves for their latter End: And some Necessary Directions to Die Well, in order to avoid Hell, and obtain Heaven. By the late Reverend divine Mr. John Gibbs.
- Gibbs, John, 1627?-1699.
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Our medical liberties, or The personal rights of the subject, as infringed by recent and proposed legislation : compromising observations on the compulsory vaccination act, the medical registration and reform bills, and the Maine law / by John Gibbs, Esq.
- Gibbs, John, Esq.
The first fifteen Psalms of David, translated into lyric verse: propos'd as an essay, supplying the perspicuity and coherence according to the modern art of poetry ; not known to have been attempted before in any Language. With a preface containing some observations of the great and general defectiveness of former versions in Greek, Latin, and English. By Dr. Gibbs.
- Gibbs, Dr. 1673-1724.
- MDCCI.