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The designed end to the Socinian controversy, or, A rational and plain discourse to prove, that no other person but the Father of Christ is God most high
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Year: 1695 Publisher: London [s.n.],

The widow's mite cast into the treasury for the repairing the breaches of the temple : being an essay to explicate the sufferings of our blessed Saviour, and vindicate them from the imputation of a guilty sinner in the sight of God the father : with some reconciling paradoxes to be soberly enquired into
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Year: 1695 Publisher: London Printed for Richard Baldwin ...,

Animadversions upon a late discourse concerning the divinity, and death of Christ
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Year: 1695 Publisher: London s.n.,

The precious blood of the son of God : shed without the gates of Jerusalem for the redemption of lost and undone sinners: whereby his great love to mankind is undeniably manifested, in these following particulars; his agony in the garden; being betrayed by Judas, being falsly accused before Annas, Caiaphas, Herod and Pilate; his being scourged, scorned, and spitefully used; his condemnation and going to execution; how he was crucified; of his being reviled, and pardoning the thief upon the cross; and of his giving up the ghost. All which is practically applyed and improved, for the bringing of sinners out of the way of sin and hell, into wisdom's ways, whose ways are ways of pleasantness, and all her paths are peace. By that eminent divine, Mr. John Hayward.
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Year: 1695 Publisher: London printed for Robert Gifford, in Old Bedlam, without Bishopsgate,

A clear and learned explication of the history of our blessed Saviour Jesus Christ : taken out of above thrity Greek, Syriack, and other Oriental authors, by way of Catena: by Dionysius Syrus, who flourish'd most illustriously in the tenth and eleventh centuries. And faithfully translated by Dudley Loftus, doctor of the laws, Master in chancery, and judge of Their Majesties Court of Prerogative in Ireland.
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Year: 1695 Publisher: Dublin printed by Samuel Lee in Skinner-Row,

A letter to some divines, : concerning the question, whether God since Christ's ascension, doth any more reveal himself to mankind by the means of divine apparitions? With an exact account of what God hath bestowed upon a noble maid, from her seventh year, until now, MDCXCI. Written originally in High-Dutch, and now set forth in English by the editor of the Laws of paradise, newly published.
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Year: 1695 Publisher: London printed, and sold by John Whitlock, in Stationers-Court, near Ludgate,

An answer to Mr. J. Humphrey's second printed letter : wherein he publisheth Mr. Lob's objections against Mr. W's books.
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Year: 1695 Publisher: London? s.n.,

Sermons concerning the divinity and incarnation of our blessed Saviour
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Year: 1695 Publisher: London Printed for Br. Aylmer ... and W. Rogers ...,

A vindication of the sermons of His Grace John Archbishop of Canterbury : concerning the divinity and incarnation of our B. Saviour : and of the Lord Bishop of Worcester's sermon on the mysteries of the Christian faith, from the exceptions of a late book, entituled, Considerations on the explications of the doctrine of the Trinity : to which is annexed, a letter from the Lord Bishop of Sarum to the author of the said vindication, on the same subject.

The pearl of great price; or, A pilgrim, who, in his pilgrimage to the New Hirusalem, found a lump of clay in the dunghil of mammon, afterwards a pibble in the field of morality : and at last the pearl, at his entrance in at the straight gate. And many other things worthy of note. By Robert Russel in Sussex.
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Year: 1695 Publisher: London printed for the author, and sold by J. Blare on London-bridge,

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