A Bibliography of Dr. Henry Sacheverell

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author, 1884 - Great Britain - 73 pages
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Page 50 - The Judgment of Whole Kingdoms and Nations, Concerning the Rights, Power, and Prerogative of Kings, and the Rights, Privileges, and Properties of the People: Shewing, The Nature of Government in general, both from God and Man.
Page 62 - Instructions from Rome in Favour of the Pretender: Inscribed to the most Elevated Don Sacheverellio, and his brother Don Higginisco. And which all Perkinites, Non-Jurors...
Page 37 - ORDINARY (an) journy no progress : or, a man doing his own business no mover of sedition. Being a vindication of Dr. Sacheverell, from the slanders rais'd against him, upon the account of the late honours which have been paid him in the country. [By Joseph TRAPP, DD] London : 1710.
Page 31 - Salisbury, his speech in the House of Lords on the first article of the impeachment of Dr.
Page 21 - Sacheverell's sermon preach'd at St. Paul's, Nov. 5, 1709. In a letter from an Englishman to an Hollander.
Page 32 - A vindication of the bishop of Salisbury and passive obedience, with some remarks upon a speech which goes under his lordship's name. And a postscript in answer to a book just publish'd, entitul'd Some considerations humbly offer'd to the right reverend the lord bishop of Salisbury, etc.
Page 35 - A List of the Lords who protested against some Proceedings, in relation to the case of Dr. Henry Sacheverell, in the House of Peers, with their Lordships' reasons for Entring their Protestations.
Page 18 - Remarks upon a Sermon preached by Dr. Henry Sacheverell, at the assizes held at Derby, Aug. 15, 1709. In a Letter to himself. Containing a just and modest defence of the Societies for Reformation of Manners, against the aspersions cast upon them in that Sermon,
Page 33 - I7IO, fol. 87. The Church tryumphant : or an emblem of the Seven Silver Candlesticks ; being the true effigies of Dr. Henry Sacheverell and his six learned council . . . with a poem on ... these worthy advocates, and the articles of impeachment . . . also a character of the Church of England. Fit to be stuck up in all families that are true admirers of its doctrine, s. sh., Lond., 1710, fol. 88. An alphabetical list of the . . . Lords and also of those members of the ... House of Commons . . . that...
Page 17 - Bishop of London in answer to Mr Whiston's Letter of Thanks to his Lordship . . . To which is added, A Vindication of the Reverend Dr Sacheverell's late Endeavour to turn Mr Whiston out of his Church...

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