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A sermon preached before the Honourable House of Commons, at St. Margaret's Westminster, January 30. 1702/3. being the anniversary fast of the martyrdom of King Charles I. By W. Delaune, D. D. President of St. John's College, And Vice-Chancellor of the University of Oxford.
- Delaune, William, 1659-1728.
The mutual connexion between faith, virtue and knowledge. A sermon preached before the University of Oxford, at St. Mary's, on Act-Sunday, July 12. 1761. By Thomas Hitchcock, D.D. Fellow of St. John's College, and one of the preachers at His Majesty's Chapel at Whitehall. Published at the request of Mr. Vice-Chancellor, and the heads of Houses.
- Hitchcock, Thomas, 1726 or 1727-1765.
A sermon preached before the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor, aldermen, and citizens of London, November 5, 1750. By William Cokayne, M. A. Fellow of St. John's College, Oxford, one of the Proctors of that University, and Chaplain to the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor.
- Cokayne, William, 1717-1798.
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The objections of infidel historians and other writers against Christianity, considered in eight sermons preached at the Bampton Lecture at Oxford, in the year MDCCXCVII. To which is added, A sermon preached before the University, on Sunday, Oct. 18, 1795. By William Finch, LL. D. Rector of Avington, Berks, and of Tackley, Oxfordshire; One of the City Lecturers at St. Martin's, Oxford; and Late Fellow of St. John's College.
- Finch, William, 1747-1810.
The duty and motives of praying for peace. A sermon preach'd before their excellencies the Lord Privy Seal, and the Right Honourable Thomas, Earl of Strafford, Her Majesty's plenipotentiaries at the Congress of Utrecht. In St. John's Church, Utrecht. January 27. February 7. 1711/12. By William Ayerst, M. A. of University-College in Oxford, and Chaplain to his Excellency the Earl of Strafford. Publish'd by their Excellencies Order.
- Ayerst, William, 1684 or 1685-1765.