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Anglican Beliefs N continues its Online Christian Library with links to works from the 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries and includes works from such writers as Sir Isaac Newton, Robert Nelson, and John Norden.

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1               A Companion for the Festivals and Fasts of the Church of England; With Collections and Prayers for Each Solemnity. By Robert Nelson, Esq. (1851)

2               A Review and Analysis of Bishop Bull's Exposition of the Doctrine of Justification, By Robert Nelson, Esq. .: Extracted from his Life of Bishop Bull. To which is Added Bishop Bull’s Letter to Mr. Nelson, on the Corruptions of the Church of Rome. Together with Bishop Jeremy Taylor’s Sermon, Entitled, ‘Fides Formata; or Faith Working by Love.  (1827)

3               A Sermon Preached in the Chapel of Ormond Street, On Sunday, Feb. 6, 1714, Upon Occasion of the much Lamented Death of that Pious and Worthy Gentleman Robert Nelson, Esq.; Published at the Request of the Trustees of the said Chapel. By J. Marshall, L.L.D., and Morning Preacher of the Same. (1714)

4               Lives of English Laymen, Lord Falkland (Lucius Cary Falkland, Viscount, 1610-1643), Izaak Walton(1593-1683), and Robert Nelson (1656-1715). By the Rev. William Henry Teale, M.A., Leeds. (1810-1878). (1842)

5               Memoirs of the Life and Times of the Pious Robert Nelson, Author of the 'Companion to the Festivals and Fasts of the Church'. By Charles Frederick Secretan, M.A., Incumbent of Holy Trinity, Westminster. (1860)

6               The Great Duty of Frequenting the Christian Sacrifice, And the Nature of the Preparation Required; With Suitable Devotions; Partly Collected from the Ancient Liturgies. To which are Prefixed Instructions for Confirmation. (1811)

7               The Life of Dr. George Bull, Late Bishop of St. David's. With the History of those Controversies in which he was Engaged: And an Abstract of those Fundamental Doctrines which he Maintained and Defended in the Latin Tongue. (1816)

8               The Practice of True Devotion, in Relation to the End, as Well as the Means of Religion; With an Office for the Holy Communion. (1764)

9               The Scripture Doctrine of the Most Holy and Undivided Trinity, Vindicated from the Misinterpretations of Dr. Clarke. To which is Prefixed a Letter to the Reverend Doctor, by Robert Nelson, Esq. (1722)

 



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1               A Serious Admonition to All Despisers of the Clergy, In a Sermon Preached Before William, Lord Bishop of Chester, on June 19, 1712 (1712)

2               Transubstantiation Discussed, in Two Parts, in Several Papers that have Passed Between T. B. and Henry Newcome. (1705)

 


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1               A Harmony in Greek of the Gospels, with Notes, By William Newcome, D.D. Dublin, 1778: Reprinted from the Text and Select Various Readings of Griesbach, by the Junior Class in the Theological Seminary at Andover, Under the Superintendence of Moses Stuart, Associate Professor of Sacred Literature in said Seminary. (1814)

2               A Harmony of the Gospels in Greek in the General Order of Le Clerc and Newcome, with Newcome's Notes. Printed from the Text and with the Various Readings of Knapp. The Whole Revised and the Greek Text Newly Arranged by Edward Robinson, D.D. (1834)

3               An Attempt towards an Improved Version, A Metrical Arrangement, and an Explanation of the Twelve Minor Prophets. By William Newcome, D.D. Primate of Ireland. Now Greatly Enlarged and Improved. With All the Principal Notes, and a Comparison of the Various Renderings of Dr. Horsley, on Hosea, and Dr. Blayney, on Zechariah. (1836)

4               An English Harmony of the Four Evangelists, Generally Disposed after the Manner of the Greek of William Newcome, Archbishop of Armagh: With a Map of Palestine, Divided According to the Twelve Tribes, Explanatory Notes and Indexes. (1809)

5               Observations on Our Lord’s Conduct as a Divine Instructor: And on the Excellence of His Moral Character. (1853)

6               The New Testament in an Improved Version, Upon the Basis of Archbishop Newcome's New Translation With a Corrected Text, and Notes Critical and Explanatory. Published by a Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge and the Practice of Virtue by the Distribution of Books. [“No offense can justly be taken for this new labor; nothing prejudicing any other man’s judgment by this doing; nor yet professing this so absolute a translation, as that hereafter might follow no other who might see that which as yet was not understood.” Archbishop Parker’s Preface to the Bishop’s Bible.] From the London Edition. (1809)

 


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1               A Commentary on Newton's Principia. With a Supplementary Volume. Designed for the use of Students at the Universities. By John Martin Frederick Wright, A.B., Late Scholar of Trinity College, Cambridge, Author of Solutions of the Cambridge Problems, Etc. Etc. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1833)

2               A Commentary on Newton's Principia. With a Supplementary Volume. Designed for the use of Students at the Universities. By John Martin Frederick Wright, A.B., Late Scholar of Trinity College, Cambridge, Author of Solutions of the Cambridge Problems, Etc. Etc. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1833)

3               A View of Sir Isaac Newton's Philosophy, by Henry Pemberton (1694-1771). (1728)

4               Analytical View of Sir Isaac Newton’s Principia. (1855) (Author: Brougham and Vaux, Henry Brougham, Baron, 1778-1868; Routh, Edward John, 1831-1907)

5               Ancient Metaphysics: or The Science of Universals. With an Appendix, Containing an Examination of the Principles of Sir Isaac Newton’s Philosophy. By Lord James Burnett Monboddo 1714-1799. In Six Volumes. Volume 1  (1779) (I. The science of universals. With an appendix, containing an examination of the principles of Sir Isaac Newton's philosophy.)

6               Ancient Metaphysics: or The Science of Universals. With an Appendix, Containing an Examination of the Principles of Sir Isaac Newton’s Philosophy. By Lord James Burnett Monboddo 1714-1799. In Six Volumes. Volume 2 (1779) (II. The science of universals. Containing a further examination of the principles of Sir Isaac Newton's astronomy.)

7               Ancient Metaphysics: or The Science of Universals. With an Appendix, Containing an Examination of the Principles of Sir Isaac Newton’s Philosophy. By Lord James Burnett Monboddo 1714-1799. In Six Volumes. Volume 3 (1779) (III. The history and philosophy of men. With a preface, containing the history of ancient philosophy, both in ancient and later times. Also, with three dissertations annexed.)

8               Ancient Metaphysics: or The Science of Universals. With an Appendix, Containing an Examination of the Principles of Sir Isaac Newton’s Philosophy. By Lord James Burnett Monboddo 1714-1799. In Six Volumes. Volume 4 (1779) (IV. The history of man. With an appendix.)

9               Ancient Metaphysics: or The Science of Universals. With an Appendix, Containing an Examination of the Principles of Sir Isaac Newton’s Philosophy. By Lord James Burnett Monboddo 1714-1799. In Six Volumes. Volume 5 (1779) (V. The history of man, in the civilized state.)

10            Ancient Metaphysics: or The Science of Universals. With an Appendix, Containing an Examination of the Principles of Sir Isaac Newton’s Philosophy. By Lord James Burnett Monboddo 1714-1799. In Six Volumes. Volume 6 (1779) (VI. God.)

11            Correspondence of Sir Isaac Newton and Professor Cotes, Including Letters of Other Eminent Men, Now First Published from the Originals in the Library of Trinity College, Cambridge; Together with an Appendix Containing Other Unpublished Letters and Papers by Newton; With Notes, Synoptical View of the Philosopher’s Life, and A Variety of Details Illustrative of his History. By J. Edleston, M.A., Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge. (1850)

12            Eight Sermons Preached at the Hon. Robert Boyle's Lecture, in the Year 1692. (From 1735 Edition) (1838) (Author: Richard Bentley, Alexander Dyce, Isaac Newton, and Sir Isaac Newton)

13            Elements of the Differential and Integral Calculus, by a New Method, Founded on the True System of Sir Isaac Newton, without the use of Infinitesimals or Limits. (1880) (Author: Buckingham, Catherinus Putnam, 1808-1888)

14            Essays on the Life and Work of Sir Isaac Newton. (1914) (Author: De Morgan, Augustus, 1806-1871; Jourdain, Philip E. B. (Philip Edward Bertrand), 1879-1919 Subject: Newton, Isaac, Sir, 1642-1727; Leibniz, Gottfried Wilhelm, Freiherr von, 1646-1716; Brewster, David, Sir, 1781-1868)

15            Geometrical Lectures: Explaining the Generation, Nature, and Properties of Curved Lines. Read in the University of Cambridge, by Isaac Barrow, D.D., Professor of Mathematics, and Master of Trinity College, Etc. Translated from the Latin Edition, Revised, Corrected, and Amended by the Late Sir Isaac Newton. By Edmund Stone, F.R.S.

16            Geometry No Friend to Infidelity: or A Defense of Sir Isaac Newton and the British Mathematicians, In a Letter to the Author of the Analyst. Wherein it is Examined; How far the Conduct of such Divines as Intermix the Interest of Religion with their Private Disputes and Passions, and Allow Neither Reason nor Learning to those they Differ from, is of Honor or Service to Christianity, or Agreeable to the Example of Our Blessed Savior and His Apostles. (1734)

17            Life of Sir Isaac Newton, by Sir David Brewster 1781-1868. (1840)

18            Newton: His Friend, and His Niece. (1885) (Author: De Morgan, Augustus, 1806-1871; De Morgan, Sophia Elizabeth, 1809-1892, ed; Ranyard, Arthur Cowper, 1845-1894, ed
Subject:
Newton, Isaac, Sir, 1642-1727; Halifax, Charles Montagu, earl of, 1661-1715; Conduit, Catherine Barton, 1679-1740)

19            Newton’s Principia: The Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy. (1846) (Author: Newton, Isaac, Sir, 1642-1727; Chittenden, N. W. Life of Sir Isaac Newton; Adee, Daniel, ca. 1819-1892. (1846) bkp CU-BANC; Motte, Andrew, d. 1730; Hill, Theodore Preston. Early American mathematics books. CU-BANC)

20            Optics: or A Treatise of the Reflections, Refractions, Inflections, and Colors of Light. Also Two Treatises of the Species and Magnitude of Curvilinear Figures. (1721)

21            Sir Isaac Newton's Daniel and the Apocalypse. With an Introductory Study of the Nature and the Cause of Unbelief, of Miracles, and of Prophecy. By Sir William Whitla, (1851-1933) M.P., M.D., D.Sc., L.L.D., Meritus Professor Queen’s University, Belfast, Ireland, Hon. M.A., M.D., L.L.D., and D.Sc. (1922)

22            Sir Isaac Newton's Two Treatises of the Quadrature of Curves, and Analysis by Equations of an Infinite Number of Terms, Explained: Containing; The Treatises themselves, Translated into English, with a Large Commentary; in which the Demonstrations are Supplied where wanting, the Doctrine Illustrated, and the Whole Accommodated to the Capacities of Beginners, for whom it is Chiefly Designed. By John Stewart, A.M., Professor of Mathematics in the Marishal College and University of Aberdeen. (1745)

23            The Chronology of Ancient Kingdoms Amended. To which is Prefixed, A Short Chronicle from the First Memory of Things in Europe, to the Conquest of Persia by Alexander the Great. (1728)

24            The Great Mystery of Godliness Incontrovertible; or, Sir Isaac Newton and the Socinians Foiled in the Attempt to Prove a Corruption in the Text, I Tim. 3:16. Containing a Review of the Charges Brought Against the Passage; an Examination of the Various Readings; and a Confirmation of that in the Received Text on Principles of General and Biblical Criticism. By Ebenezer Henderson, Professor of Divinity and the Oriental Languages at Highbury College. (1830)

25            The Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy. By Sir Isaac Newton. Translated into English by Andrew Motte. To which are Added, Newton’s System of the World; A Short Comment on, and Defense of, the Principia, by W. Emerson. With the Laws of the Moon’s Motion According to Gravity. By John Machin, Astronomer, Professor at Gresh. and Secretary to the Royal Society. A New Edition, (With the Life of the Author; and a Portrait, Taken from the Bust in the Royal Observatory at Greenwich) Carefully Revised and Corrected by W. Davis. In Three Volumes. Volume 1 (1803)

26            The Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy. By Sir Isaac Newton. Translated into English by Andrew Motte. To which are Added, Newton’s System of the World; A Short Comment on, and Defense of, the Principia, by W. Emerson. With the Laws of the Moon’s Motion According to Gravity. By John Machin, Astronomer, Professor at Gresh. and Secretary to the Royal Society. A New Edition, (With the Life of the Author; and a Portrait, Taken from the Bust in the Royal Observatory at Greenwich) Carefully Revised and Corrected by W. Davis. In Three Volumes. Volume 2 (1803)

27            The Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy. By Sir Isaac Newton. Translated into English by Andrew Motte. To which are Added, Newton’s System of the World; A Short Comment on, and Defense of, the Principia, by W. Emerson. With the Laws of the Moon’s Motion According to Gravity. By John Machin, Astronomer, Professor at Gresh. and Secretary to the Royal Society. A New Edition, (With the Life of the Author; and a Portrait, Taken from the Bust in the Royal Observatory at Greenwich) Carefully Revised and Corrected by W. Davis. In Three Volumes. Volume 3 (1803)

28            The Mathematical Elements of Natural Philosophy, Confirmed by Experiments: or, An Introduction to Sir Isaac Newton’s Philosophy. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1747) (Gravesande, Willem Jacob 's, 1688-1742; Desaguliers, J. T. (John Theophilus), 1683-1744, tr; Adams, John, 1735-1826, former owner. BRL; John Adams Library (Boston Public Library) BRL)

29            The Mathematical Elements of Natural Philosophy, Confirmed by Experiments: or, An Introduction to Sir Isaac Newton’s Philosophy. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1747) (Gravesande, Willem Jacob 's, 1688-1742; Desaguliers, J. T. (John Theophilus), 1683-1744, tr; Adams, John, 1735-1826, former owner. BRL; John Adams Library (Boston Public Library) BRL)

30            The Method of Fluxions and Infinite Series; With its Application to the Geometry of Curved Lines. By the Inventor Sir Isaac Newton, Knight, Late President of the Royal Society. Translated from the Author’s Latin Original not Yet made Public. To which is Subjoined, A Perpetual Comment Upon the Whole Work, Consisting of Annotations, Illustrations, and Supplements, In Order to Make this Treatise a Complete Institution for the Use of Learners. By John Colson, M.A. and F.R.S., Master of Sir Joseph Williamson’s Free Mathematical School at Rochester. (1736)

31            The System of the World, Demonstrated in an Easy and Popular Manner. Being a Proper Introduction to the Most Sublime Philosophy. By the Illustrious Sir Isaac Newton. Translated into English. The Second Edition, Corrected and Improved. (1740)

32            Two Dissertations: I. On the Grecian Mythology. II. An Examination of Sir Isaac Newton’s Objections to the Chronology of the Olympiads. (1782) (Author: Musgrave, Samuel, 1732-1780
Subject:
Newton, Isaac, Sir, 1642-1727; Mythology, Greek)

33            Universal Arithmetic: or a Treatise of Arithmetical Composition and Resolution. Written in Latin by Sir Isaac Newton. Translated by the Late Mr. Ralphson; and Revised and Corrected by Mr. Cunn. To which is Added, A Treatise Upon the Measures of Ratios, by James Maguire, A.M. The Whole Illustrated and Explained, in a Series of Notes, by the Rev. Theaker Wilder, D.D., Senior Fellow of Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland. (1769)

34            View of Sir Isaac Newton’s Philosophy, by Henry Pemberton 1694-1771. (1728)

 


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1               Dissertations on the Prophecies, Which have Remarkably Been Fulfilled, and at this Time are Fulfilling in the World. By Thomas Newton, D.D., Chaplain in Ordinary to His Majesty, and to Her Royal Highness the Princess Dowager of Whales. In Three Volumes. The Second Edition. Volume 1 (1759)

2               Dissertations on the Prophecies, Which have Remarkably Been Fulfilled, and at this Time are Fulfilling in the World. By Thomas Newton, D.D., Chaplain in Ordinary to His Majesty, and to Her Royal Highness the Princess Dowager of Whales. In Three Volumes. The Second Edition. Volume 2 (1758)

3               Dissertations on the Prophecies, Which have Remarkably Been Fulfilled, and at this Time are Fulfilling in the World. By Thomas Newton, D.D., Chaplain in Ordinary to His Majesty, and to Her Royal Highness the Princess Dowager of Whales. In Three Volumes. The Second Edition. Volume 3 (1758)

4               Dissertations on the Prophecies, Which have Remarkably Been Fulfilled, and at this Time are Fulfilling in the World. By Thomas Newton, D.D., Late Bishop of Bristol. To which are Added, A Number of Original Notes, and a Supplement, Containing Extracts from the Writings of Owen, Usher, Brown, Knox, Gill, More, Etc. A New Edition, In which the Greek, Latin, and Other Quotations, are Translated into English. In Three Volumes. Volume 1 (1769)

5               Dissertations on the Prophecies, Which have Remarkably Been Fulfilled, and at this Time are Fulfilling in the World. By Thomas Newton, D.D., Chaplain in Ordinary to His Majesty, and to Her Royal Highness the Princess Dowager of Whales. In Three Volumes. The Second Edition. Volume 2 (1766)

6               Dissertations on the Prophecies, Which have Remarkably Been Fulfilled, and at this Time are Fulfilling in the World. By Thomas Newton, D.D., Chaplain in Ordinary to His Majesty, and to Her Royal Highness the Princess Dowager of Whales. In Three Volumes. Volume 3 (1764)

7               Dissertations on the Prophecies, Which have Remarkably Been Fulfilled, and at this Time are Fulfilling in the World. By Thomas Newton, D.D., Late Bishop of Bristol. Revised by the Rev. W. S. Dobson, A.M., Editor of the Attic Greek Orators and Sophists, Etc. In One Volume. (1838)

8               Dissertations on the Prophecies, Which have Remarkably Been Fulfilled, and at this Time are Fulfilling in the World. By Thomas Newton, D.D., Late Bishop of Bristol. Revised by the Rev. W. S. Dobson, A.M., Editor of the Attic Greek Orators and Sophists, Etc. In One Volume. (1853)

9               Dissertations on the Prophecies, Which have Remarkably Been Fulfilled, and at this Time are Fulfilling in the World. By Thomas Newton, D.D., Late Bishop of Bristol. In Two Volumes.  Volume 1 (1794)

10            Dissertations on the Prophecies, Which have Remarkably Been Fulfilled, and at this Time are Fulfilling in the World. By Thomas Newton, D.D., Late Bishop of Bristol. In Two Volumes.  Volume 2 (1794)

11            Dissertations on the Prophecies, Which have Remarkably Been Fulfilled, and at this Time are Fulfilling in the World. By Thomas Newton, D.D., Late Bishop of Bristol. In Two Volumes. The Eighth Edition. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1787)

12            Dissertations on the Prophecies, Which have Remarkably Been Fulfilled, and at this Time are Fulfilling in the World. By Thomas Newton, D.D., Late Bishop of Bristol. In Two Volumes. The Eighth Edition. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1787)

13            Poetical Works of John Milton. A New Edition, Carefully Revised from the Text of Thomas Newton, D.D. With Illustrations by William Harvey. (1867)

14            The Lives of Dr. Edward Pocock, The Celebrated Orientalist, by Dr. Leonard Twells; of Dr. Zachary Pearce, Bishop of Rochester, and of Dr. Thomas Newton, Bishop of Bristol, by Themselves; and of the Rev. Philip Skelton, by Samuel Burdy. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1816) (Author: Twells, Leonard, d. 1742 Subject: Pococke, Edward, 1604-1691; Skelton, Philip, 1707-1787; Pearce, Zachary, 1690-1774; Newton, Thomas, 1704-1782)

15            The Lives of Dr. Edward Pocock, The Celebrated Orientalist, by Dr. Leonard Twells; of Dr. Zachary Pearce, Bishop of Rochester, and of Dr. Thomas Newton, Bishop of Bristol, by Themselves; and of the Rev. Philip Skelton, by Samuel Burdy. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1816) (Author: Twells, Leonard, d. 1742 Subject: Pococke, Edward, 1604-1691; Skelton, Philip, 1707-1787; Pearce, Zachary, 1690-1774; Newton, Thomas, 1704-1782)

16            The Poetical Works of John Milton, from the Text of Dr. Newton. With a Critical Essay by John Aiken. In Four Volumes. Volume 1 (1801) (Author: Milton, John, 1608-1674; Newton, Thomas, 1704-1782; Aikin, John, 1747-1822)

17            The Poetical Works of John Milton, from the Text of Dr. Newton. With a Critical Essay by John Aiken. In Four Volumes. Volume 2 (1801) (Author: Milton, John, 1608-1674; Newton, Thomas, 1704-1782; Aikin, John, 1747-1822)

18            The Poetical Works of John Milton, from the Text of Dr. Newton. With a Critical Essay by John Aiken. In Four Volumes. Volume 3 (1801) (Author: Milton, John, 1608-1674; Newton, Thomas, 1704-1782; Aikin, John, 1747-1822)

19            The Poetical Works of John Milton, from the Text of Dr. Newton. With a Critical Essay by John Aiken. In Four Volumes. Volume 4 (1801) (Author: Milton, John, 1608-1674; Newton, Thomas, 1704-1782; Aikin, John, 1747-1822)

 


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1               A Conference with a Theist; Containing an Answer to the Most Usual Objections of the Infidels Against the Christian Religion. In Five Parts. By William Nicholls, D.D. The Third Edition, with the Addition of Two Conferences; the One with a Machiavelian, the Other with an Atheist. All Carefully Revised and Prepared for the Press by the Author. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1723)

2               A Conference with a Theist; Containing an Answer to the Most Usual Objections of the Infidels Against the Christian Religion. In Five Parts. By William Nicholls, D.D. The Third Edition, with the Addition of Two Conferences; the One with a Machiavelian, the Other with an Atheist. All Carefully Revised and Prepared for the Press by the Author. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1723)

3               A Vindication of the Dissenters: In Answer to Dr. William Nicholls’s Defense of the Doctrine and Discipline of the Church of England: In Three Parts. (1717) (Author: Peirce, James, 1673-1726
Subject:
Nicholls, William, 1664-1712)

 



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1               A Biographical History of England, From the Revolution to the end of the Reign of George I: Being a Continuation of James Granger’s Work: Consisting of Characters disposed in different Classes; and Adapted to a Methodical Catalogue of Engraved British Heads; Interspersed with a Variety of Anecdotes, and Memoirs of a great number of Persons. The Materials being Supplied by the Manuscripts left by Granger, and the Collections of the Editor, Mark Noble. In Three Volumes. Volume 1 (1806)

2               A Biographical History of England, From the Revolution to the end of the Reign of George I: Being a Continuation of James Granger’s Work: Consisting of Characters disposed in different Classes; and Adapted to a Methodical Catalogue of Engraved British Heads; Interspersed with a Variety of Anecdotes, and Memoirs of a great number of Persons. The Materials being Supplied by the Manuscripts left by Granger, and the Collections of the Editor, Mark Noble. In Three Volumes. Volume 2 (1806)

3               A Biographical History of England, From the Revolution to the end of the Reign of George I: Being a Continuation of James Granger’s Work: Consisting of Characters disposed in different Classes; and Adapted to a Methodical Catalogue of Engraved British Heads; Interspersed with a Variety of Anecdotes, and Memoirs of a great number of Persons. The Materials being Supplied by the Manuscripts left by Granger, and the Collections of the Editor, Mark Noble. In Three Volumes. Volume 3 (1806)

4               A Historical Genealogy of the Royal House of Stuarts, From the Reign of King Robert II, to that of King James VI. Taken from the most Authentic Authors, both Scotch and English. (1795)

5               A History of the College of Arms: And the Lives of all the Kings, Heralds, and Pursuivants from the Reign of Richard III, Founder of the College, until the Present Time. (1804)

6               Memoirs of the Illustrious House of Medici, from Giovanni, the Founder of their Greatness, who Died in the Year 1428. To the Death of Giovanni-Gaston, the Last Grand Duke of Tuscany, in 1737. (1798)

7               Memoirs of the Protectoral-House of Cromwell; Deduced from an Earlier Period, and Continued down to the Present Time; and also, the Families Allied to, or Descended from them: Collected Chiefly from Original Papers and Records, Taken from Public Offices, Etc. or Communicated by Several Persons, many of whom are of the Highest Rank. The First Volume Contains Proofs and Illustrations; Together with an Appendix: As also the Lives of such Persons as were Distinguished by the Cromwells, by Honors and Great Employments. Embellished with Elegant Engravings. The Third Edition with Improvements. Volume 1 (1787)

8               Memoirs of Several Persons and Families, who, by Females are Allied to, or Descended from, the Protectorate-House of Cromwell; Chiefly Collected from Original Papers and Records. To which is added, a Catalogue of such Persons who were raised to Honors or Great Employments by the Cromwells; with the Lives of many of them. Volume 2 (1784)

9               The Lives of the English Regicides, and other Commissioners of the Pretended High Court of Justice, Appointed to sit in Judgment of their Sovereign King Charles I. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1798)

10            The Lives of the English Regicides, and other Commissioners of the Pretended High Court of Justice, Appointed to sit in Judgment of their Sovereign King Charles I. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1798)

 


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1               A Delineation of Northamptonshire, Being a Brief and Chorographical Description of that County. With the Names of Cities, Towns, Parishes, Etc. (1720)

2               A Historical and Chorographical Description of Middlesex and Hartfordshire. To which is Added, a Preparative to this Work. (1723)

3               A Historical and Chorographical Description of the County of Essex. (1838)

4               A Progress of Piety Whose Jesses Lead into the Harbor of Heavenly Heart's Ease. (1847)

5               A Topographical and Historical Description of Cornwall. (1728)

 


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