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Anglican Beliefs L continues its Online Christian Library with links to works from the 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries and includes works from such writers as Roger Laurence, William Law, and Hamon L'Estrange.

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1               An Attempt to Illustrate those Articles of the Church which the Reformed Consider Calvinistic, In Eight Sermons, Before Oxford University, 1804. (1820)

2               An Essay on Confession Penance and Absolution, Occasioned by Two Sermons, by G. Burnet, Preached, November, 1710. (1852)

3               Lay Baptism Invalid, An Essay to Prove that such Baptism is Null and Void when Administered in Opposition to Apostolic Succession. (1723)

4               Lay Baptism Invalid, to which is Added, Dissenters' Baptism Null and Void. (1841)

5               New Dangers to the Christian Priesthood or A Serious Enquiry into the Proper Administration of Christian Baptism, in a Letter to the Author of 'Lay Baptism Invalid'. (1712)

6               The Second Part of Lay Baptism Invalid, Showing that the Ancient Catholic Church Never had any Ecclesiastical Law, Tradition or Custom for it. (1713)

 




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1               A Defense of Mr. Locke's Opinion Concerning Personal Identity, In Answer to the First Part of a Late Essay on that Subject. (1769)

2               An Enquiry into the Ideas of Space, Time, Immensity, and Eternity, as also the Self Necessary Existence and Unity of the Divine Nature. (1734)

3               Considerations on the State of the World with Regard to the Theory of Religion, In Three Parts. (1745)

4               Litigiousness Repugnant to the Laws of Christianity, A Sermon, Preached at the Cathedral Church in Carlisle, at the Assizes Held there, on Aug. 10, 1743. (1743)

5               Observations Occasioned by the Contest About Literary Property. (1770)

6               The True Nature and Intent of Religion, A Sermon, Preached in the Cathedral Church of Durham, on May 15, 1768, the Sunday After the Interment of the Late Rev. Dr. Bland. (1768)

 


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1               Liberal and Mystical Writings of William Law. (1908)

2               The Works of William Law. Volume 1 (1892)

3               The Works of William Law. Volume 2 (1892)

4               The Works of William Law. Volume 3 (1762)

5               The Works of William Law. Volume 4 (1762)

6               The Works of William Law. Volume 5 (1762)

7               The Works of William Law. Volume 6 (1762)

8               The Works of William Law. Volume 7 (1762)

9               The Works of William Law. Volume 8 (1762)

10            The Works of William Law. Volume 9 (1762)

11            William Law, Nonjuror and Mystic, A Sketch of his Life, Character, and Opinions, by John Henry Overton 1835-1903. (1881)

 


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1               Natural Obligations to Believe the Principles of Religion, and Divine Revelation, in Sixteen Sermons, Preached in the Church of St. Mary le Bow, London in the Years 1717 and 1718; at the Lecture Founded by the Honorable Robert Boyle, Esq. (1719)

 


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1               A Defense of a Book, Entitled, 'A Snake in the Grass', In Reply to Several Answers put out to it by George Whitehead (1636-1723), Joseph Wyeth (1663-1730),(Society of Friends or Quakers) Etc. (1700)

2               A Discourse Proving the Divine Institution of Water Baptism: Wherein the Quaker’s Arguments Against it are Collected and Confuted with as much as is needful Concerning the Lord’s Supper. (1697)

3               A Letter from the Rev. Mr. Charles Leslie, Concerning the New Separation. (1719)

4               A Reply to the Vindication of the Remarks Upon Mr. Leslie's First Dialogue on the Socinian Controversy. (1708)

5               A Sermon Preached at Chester, Against Marriages in Different Communions. By Charles Leslie, Chancellor of the Cathedral of Connor, in the Kingdom of Ireland. Somewhat Improved. And the Same Subject Farther Prosecuted, by Henry Dodwell, M.A., Sometime Fellow of Trinity College near Dublin. (1702)

6               A Short and Easy Method with the Deists. Wherein the Certainty of the Christian Religion is Demonstrated, by Infallible Proof from Four Rules, which are Incompatible to any Imposture that ever yet has Been, or that can Possibly be. In a Letter to a Friend. (1745)

7               A View of the Times - Their Principles and Practices in the Rehearsals, by Philalethes. Volume 1 (1750)

8               A View of the Times - Their Principles and Practices in the Rehearsals, by Philalethes. Volume 2 (1750)

9               A View of the Times - Their Principles and Practices in the Rehearsals, by Philalethes. Volume 3 (1750)

10            A View of the Times - Their Principles and Practices in the Rehearsals, by Philalethes. Volume 5 (1750)

11            An Essay Concerning the Divine Right of Tithes. (1700)

12            An Explicatory Catechism. (1806) (Author: Thomas Vincent, Charles Leslie)

13            Best of All, Being the Student's Thanks to Mr. Hoadly, Wherein Mr. Hoadly's Second Part of his, 'Measures of Submission' (Which he Intends soon to Publish),is Fully Answered. If this does not Stop it. And the only Original of Government is Fully Demonstrated. And that is a Law to All Ages. In a Letter to Himself. Which he is Desired to Send, as an Eye Salve, to his Under Spur Leather Mr. Stoughton the State Haranguer in Ireland. (1710)

14            Campbell’s Summary of the Evidences. Leslie on Deism. Watson’s Apology for the Bible. With Preface by Rev. John G. Lorimer, D.D. (1859)

15            Deism Refuted: or, The Truth of Christianity Demonstrated, by Infallible Proofs from Four Rules which are Incompatible to any Imposture that can Possibly be. In a Letter to a Friend. By a Lover of the Truth. (1755)

16            Five Discourses from the Author of A Snake in the Grass Concerning Heresy and Heterodoxy. (1700)

17            Historical Records of the Family of Leslie from 1067 to 1868-9, by Charles Joseph Leslie 1785-1870. In Three Volumes. Volume 1 (1869)

18            Historical Records of the Family of Leslie from 1067 to 1868-9, by Charles Joseph Leslie 1785-1870. In Three Volumes. Volume 2 (1869)

19            Historical Records of the Family of Leslie from 1067 to 1868-9, by Charles Joseph Leslie 1785-1870. In Three Volumes. Volume 3 (1869)

20            Infidelity, Comprising Jenyn's Internal Evidence, Leslie's Method, Lyttelton's Conversion of Paul, Watson's Reply to Gibbon and Paine, A Notice of Hume on Miracles, and an Extract from West on the Resurrection. Published by the American Tract Society. (1800)

21            Much Ado About Nothing, Being a Trial of Skill Betwixt the 'Jacobite's Hopes Revived' and 'The Good Old Cause'. By a True Trojan. (1710)

22            Natural Reflections upon the Present Debates about Peace and War: In Two Letters to a Member of Parliament from his Steward in the Country. (1712)

23            Remarks on Lesley’s Two Letters from Bar le Duc: The First to a High-Flying Member of the last Parliament, The Second to the Lord Bishop of Salisbury. (1715)

24            Remarks on the Internal Evidence of the Truth of Revealed Religion: And an Essay on Faith. (1826) (Author: Thomas Erskine, Charles Leslie)

25            Salt for the Leech - in Reflections upon Reflections. (The Wolfe cannot Conceal his Voracity in the Sheep’s Clothing; and the Butcher does but Awkwardly Act the Shepherd. A View of the Pontificate, page 560.) (1712)

26            The Arguments of the Quakers: More Particularly, of George Whitehead, William Penn, Robert Barclay, John Gratton, George Fox, Humphry Norton, and my own, Against Baptism and the Supper Examined and Refuted. (1698) (Author: Keith, George, 1639?-1716; Leslie, Charles, 1650-1722. Primitive heresy revived, in the faith and practice of the people call Quakers ..; Leslie, Charles, 1650-1722. Discourse: showing, who they are that are now qualified to administer baptism and the Lord's Supper... Subject: Quakers; Baptism; Lord's Supper)

27            The Best Answer ever was made: And to which no Answer ever will be made, not to be Behind Mr. Hoadly in Assurance, in Answer to his bill of Complaint Exhibited Against the Lord Bishop of Exeter. (1709)

28            The Bishop of Salisbury's Proper Defense, From a Speech Cried About the Streets in his Name, and said to have been Spoken of him in the House of Lords, Upon the Bill Against Occasional Conformity. (1704)

29            The Case of Infant Baptism in Five Questions. (1683) (Author: Hickes, George, 1642-1715; Leslie, Charles, 1650-1722. Discourse proving the divine institution of water-baptism: wherein the Quaker arguments against it are collected and confuted; Turner, John. Vindication of infant baptism from the four chief objections brought against it... Subject: Infant baptism; Baptism; Quakers)

30            The Case of the Jews, Considered with Respect to Christianity. (1755)

31            The Royal Supremacy: Not an Arbitrary Authority, but Limited by the Laws of the Church, of which Kings are Members, by Edward Bouverie Pusey 1800-1882. Together with: The Case of the Regal and of the Pontificate Stated, in a Conference Concerning the Independence of the Church Upon Any Power on Earth, in the Exercise of her Purely Spiritual Power and Authority, by Charles Leslie. (1850)

32            The Case Stated, Between the Church of Rome and the Church of England. Wherein is Shown, that the Doubt and the Danger is in the Former, and the Certainty and Safety in the Latter Communion. (1714)

33            The Case Stated, Between the Church of Rome and the Church of England in a Second Conversation Betwixt a Roman Catholic Lord, and a Gentleman of the Church of England. Volume 1 (1721) (Author: Manning, Robert, d. 1731
Volume: 1
Subject:
Leslie, Charles, 1650-1722; Catholic Church; Catholic Church; Church of England)

34            The Case Stated, Between the Church of Rome and the Church of England in a Second Conversation Betwixt a Roman Catholic Lord, and a Gentleman of the Church of England. Volume 2 (1721) (Author: Manning, Robert, d. 1731
Volume: 2
Subject:
Leslie, Charles, 1650-1722; Catholic Church; Catholic Church; Church of England)

35            The Constitution, Laws, and Government of England, Vindicated: In a Letter to the Rev. Mr. William Higden. On Account of his View of the English Constitution, with Respect to the Sovereign Authority of the Prince, Etc. In Vindication of the Lawfulness of Taking the Oaths, Etc. By a Natural Born Subject. (1709)

36            The Finishing Stroke. Being a Vindication of the Patriarchal Scheme of Government, in Defense of the 'Rehearsals', ‘Best Answer’ and ‘Best of All’. Wherein Mr. Hoadly’s Examination of this Scheme in his Late Book of the Original and Institution of Civil Government, is Fully Considered. To which are Added, Remarks on Dr. Higden’s Late Defense, in a Dialogue Between Three H—s. (1711)

37            The Good Old Cause Further Discussed in a Letter to the Author of, 'The Jacobite's Hopes Revived'. (1710)

38            The Life and Writings of Charles Leslie, M. A., Nonjuring Divine. By the Rev. R. J. Leslie, M.A., Vicar of Holbeach St. John. (1885)

39            The Right of Monarchy Asserted, Wherein the Abstract of Dr. King's Book, with the Motives for the Reviving it at this Juncture are Fully Considered. (1713)

40            The Skeptic's Manual or Christianity Verified: Being a New Method of Appeal to the Understandings and Consciences of the Deists, Jews, Skeptics, and Formal Professors: For the True Power and Efficacy of the Christian Religion; Demonstrated in Three Parts: I. By the Truth of the Holy Scriptures, II. By the Certainty of the Manifestation of the Spirit, and III. By the Influence and Power of Religion, as Exemplified in the Conversion of Notorious Sinners, and in the Lives of Distinguished Saints. (1811)

41            The Speech of Mr. John Checkley, upon his Trial: at Boston in New-England, for Publishing, ‘The Short and Easy Method with the Deists.’ To which was added, A Discourse Concerning Episcopacy; In Defense of Christianity, and the Church of England, Against the Deists and Dissenters. To which is added, the Jury’s Verdict; his Plea in Arrest of Judgment; and the Sentence of Court. (1738) (Author: Checkley, John, 1680-1754; John Adams Library (Boston Public Library) BRL; Adams, John, 1735-1826, former owner Subject: Leslie, Charles, 1650-1722; Apologetics; Episcopacy; Deism)

42            The Socinian Controversy Discussed in Six Dialogues. Wherein the Chief of the Socinian Tracts Published of Late Years are Considered. To which is Added, a Defense of the First and Last Dialogues Relating to the Satisfaction of Jesus Christ. (1719) (Author: Leslie, Charles, 1650-1722
Subject:
Nye, Stephen, 1648?-1719; Trinity; Trinity; Socinianism; Unitarianism)

 


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1               A Friendly and Charitable Legacy to the World or Essays for the Better Promoting of All Christian and Moral Duties, and to Prove that Faith Without Works is Dead; with some Remarks on a Late Pamphlet, Entitled, ‘Justification by Faith Alone, Etc. Etc. Etc.’ (1767)

2               The Alliance of Divine Offices: Exhibiting All the Liturgies of the Church of England Since the Reformation; as also the Late Scotch Service-Book, with All their Respective Variations; And Upon them All Annotations, Vindicating the Book of Common Prayer from the Main Objections of its Adversaries, Explicating Many Parcels Thereof Hitherto not Clearly Understood, Showing the Conformity it Bears with the Primitive Practice, and Giving a Fair Prospect into the Usages of the Ancient Church. To these is Added at the End, The Order of the Communion Set Forth by King Edward VI. (1846)

3               The Reign of King Charles I: A History Disposed into Annals. (1656) (Author: L'Estrange, Hamon, 1605-1660; L'Estrange, Hamon, 1605-1660. Observator observed; Faithorne, William, 1616-1691
Subject:
Charles I, King of England, 1600-1649; Heylyn, Peter, 1600-1662)

 


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1               A Larger Confutation of Bishop Hare’s System of Hebrew Metre, in a Letter to the Rev. Dr. Edwards: In Answer to his Latin Epistle. (1766)

2               A Letter to the Right Reverend Author of, ‘The Divine Legation of Moses Demonstrated’: In Answer to the Appendix to the Fifth Volume of that Work. With an Appendix, Containing a Former Literary Correspondence. (1765)

3               A Literal Translation of the Prophets from Isaiah to Malachi. With Notes, Critical, Philological, and Explanatory. In Five Volumes. A New Edition. Volume 1. (Isaiah. By Robert Lowth, D.D., F.R.S., and Bishop of London.) (1836) (Author: Lowth, Robert, 1710-1787; Blayney, Benjamin, 1728-1801; Newcome, William, 1729-1800; Wintle, Thomas, 1737-1814; Horsley, Samuel, 1733-1806)

4               A Literal Translation of the Prophets from Isaiah to Malachi. With Notes, Critical, Philological, and Explanatory. In Five Volumes. A New Edition. Volume 2. (Jeremiah and Lamentations. By Benyamin Blayney, D.D., Professor of Hebrew, Oxford.) (1836) (Author: Lowth, Robert, 1710-1787; Blayney, Benjamin, 1728-1801; Newcome, William, 1729-1800; Wintle, Thomas, 1737-1814; Horsley, Samuel, 1733-1806)

5               A Literal Translation of the Prophets from Isaiah to Malachi. With Notes, Critical, Philological, and Explanatory. In Five Volumes. A New Edition. Volume 3. (Ezekiel. By William Newcome, D.D., and Bishop of Waterford.) (1836) (Author: Lowth, Robert, 1710-1787; Blayney, Benjamin, 1728-1801; Newcome, William, 1729-1800; Wintle, Thomas, 1737-1814; Horsley, Samuel, 1733-1806)

6               A Literal Translation of the Prophets from Isaiah to Malachi. With Notes, Critical, Philological, and Explanatory. In Five Volumes. A New Edition. Volume 4. (Daniel. By Thomas Wintle, B.D., and Rector of Brightwell.) (1836) (Author: Lowth, Robert, 1710-1787; Blayney, Benjamin, 1728-1801; Newcome, William, 1729-1800; Wintle, Thomas, 1737-1814; Horsley, Samuel, 1733-1806)

7               A Literal Translation of the Prophets from Isaiah to Malachi. With Notes, Critical, Philological, and Explanatory. In Five Volumes. A New Edition. Volume 5. (The Minor Prophets. By William Newcome, D.D., Bishop of Waterford; and Samuel Horsley, L.L.D., Bishop of St. David’s.) (1836) (Author: Lowth, Robert, 1710-1787; Blayney, Benjamin, 1728-1801; Newcome, William, 1729-1800; Wintle, Thomas, 1737-1814; Horsley, Samuel, 1733-1806)

8               A Sermon Preached at the Visitation of Richard, Lord Bishop of Durham: Held in the Parish Church of St. Mary le Bow in Durham, on Thurs., July 27, 1758. (1758)

9               A Short Introduction to English Grammar: With Critical Notes. (1799)

10            Billesdon Coplow: A Poem, Composed on Monday, February 24, 1804. (microfilm) (1809)

11            Four Sermons. (1822) (Author: Taylor, John. Sermon preached at Bishop-Stortford on Tuesday, August 22, 1749: the anniversary of the School-feast; Taylor, John. Sermon preached before the Honorable House of Commons, at St. Margaret's, Westminster, on Friday the 11th day of February, 1757; Lowth, Robert, 1710-1787. Sermon preached at the visitation of the Hon. and Right Rev. Richard Trevor, Lord Bishop of Durham ... on Thursday, July 27, 1758; Hayter, Thomas, 1702-1762. Sermon preached before the Right Honorable the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, in Parliament assembled, in the Abbey-Church, Westminster, on Tuesday, Jan. 30, 1749-50)

12        Founders of the Old Testament Criticism: Biographical, Descriptive, and Critical Studies, by Thomas Kelly. (1893) (Biographical chapters on Old Testament interpreters, including William Warburton, Robert Lowth, Alexander Geddes, Johann Gottfried Eichhorn, Karl David Ilgen, Wilhelm Martin Leberecht de Wette, Wilhelm Gesenius, Heinrich Ewald, Ferdinand Hitzig [Hengstenberg], Wilhelm Vatke, Friedrich Bleek, Hermann Hupfeld, Franz Delitzsch, Eduard Riehm, Eduard Reuss, Paul de Lagarde, Abraham Kuenen, John William Colenso, Moritz M. Kalisch, Samuel Davidson, W. Robertson Smith, Andrew B. Davidson, Archibald H. Sayce, and Samuel Rolles Driver, among others.)

 

13            Isaiah, a new Translation - with a Preliminary Dissertation, and Notes Critical, Philological, and Explanatory. Volume 1 (1795)

14            Isaiah, a new Translation - with a Preliminary Dissertation, and Notes Critical, Philological, and Explanatory. Volume 2 (1795)

15            Lectures on the Sacred Poetry of the Hebrews. Volume 1 (1816)

16            Lectures on the Sacred Poetry of the Hebrews. Volume 2 (1816)

17            Longinus on the Sublime. (1906) (Author: Longinus, 1st cent; Prickard, A. O. (Arthur Octavius), 1843-1939; Lowth, Robert, 1710-1787)

18            Sacred Literature; Comprising a Review of the Principles of Composition laid down by the Late Robert Lowth, D.D. Lord Bishop of London, in his Praelections and Isaiah: and an Application of the Principles so Reviewed, to the Illustration of the New Testament; in a Series of Critical Observations on the Style and Structure of that Sacred Volume. By John Jebb (1775-1833), D.D., F.R.S. Bishop of  Limerick, Ardfert, and Aghadoe. (1828)

19            Select Psalms in Verse, with Critical Remarks. (1811) (Author: Walter Hutchinson Aston, Robert Lowth)

20            Sermons and Other Remains: Collected and Arranged, with an Introduction by P. Hall. (1834)

21            The Life of William of Wykeham, Bishop of Winchester. Collected from Records, Registers, Manuscripts, and other Authentic Evidences: By Robert Lowth, D.D. Prebendary of Durham, and Chaplain in Ordinary to His Majesty. The Second Edition Corrected. (1759)

 


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1               A Critical Commentary and Paraphrase on the Old and New Testament and the Apocrypha Volume 1 (Genesis - Joshua) (1845) (Author: Patrick, Simon, 1626-1707; Lowth, William, 1660-1732; Lowman, Moses, 1680-1752; Arnald, Richard, 1700-1756; Whitby, Daniel, 1638-1726) (1. Genesis - Joshua, by S. Patrick.)

2               A Critical Commentary and Paraphrase on the Old and New Testament and the Apocrypha Volume 2 (Judges - Psalms) (1845) (Author: Patrick, Simon, 1626-1707; Lowth, William, 1660-1732; Lowman, Moses, 1680-1752; Arnald, Richard, 1700-1756; Whitby, Daniel, 1638-1726) (2. Judges - Psalms, by S. Patrick.)

3               A Critical Commentary and Paraphrase on the Old and New Testament and the Apocrypha Volume 3 (Proverbs - Apocrypha) (1845) (Author: Patrick, Simon, 1626-1707; Lowth, William, 1660-1732; Lowman, Moses, 1680-1752; Arnald, Richard, 1700-1756; Whitby, Daniel, 1638-1726) (3. Proverbs - Song of Solomon, by S. Patrick. Isaiah - Malachi, by W. Lowth. The apocrypha, by R. Arnald.)

4               A Critical Commentary and Paraphrase on the Old and New Testament and the Apocrypha Volume 4 (Matthew - Revelation) (1845) (Author: Patrick, Simon, 1626-1707; Lowth, William, 1660-1732; Lowman, Moses, 1680-1752; Arnald, Richard, 1700-1756; Whitby, Daniel, 1638-1726) (4. Gospels and Epistles, by D. Whitby. Revelation of St. John, by M. Lowman.)

5               A Commentary upon the Prophet Ezekiel. (1723)

6               Directions for the Profitable Reading of the Holy Scriptures. (1769)

 


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1               An Enquiry After Happiness in Three Parts. Volume 1 (1764)

2               An Enquiry After Happiness in Three Parts. Volume 2 (1764)

3               An Enquiry After Happiness in Three Parts. Volume 3 (1749)

4               Practical Christianity: or, An Account of the Holiness which the Gospel Enjoins, with the Motives to it, and the Remedies it Proposes Against Temptations. With a Prayer Concluding each Distinct Head. By Richard Lucas, D.D. Vicar of St. Stephen’s in Coleman-Street. The Sixth Edition. (1708)

 


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