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15-Apr-2014A discourse ... preached before the Synod of Montreal and Ottawa, May 9th, 1876.Taylor, William
1696A Discourse about raising men ..-
1684A discourse against transubstantiationTillotson, John, 1630-1694
1715A discourse concerning the love of our country : preached at the Parish Church of St. Peter's le Poor in Broad-Street, January 20, being the day of publick thanksgiving for King George's safe, quiet and happy accession to the throneSmedley, Jonathan, 1671-1729.
1716A discourse concerning treasons and bills of attainderWest, Richard, d. 1726.
1716A discourse concerning treasons and bills of attainderWest, Richard, d. 1726.
2009The Discourse of Embodiment in the Nineteenth-Century British and North American Sign Language DebatesEsmail, Jennifer
1755A discourse of government with relation to militiasFletcher, Andrew, 1655-1716.
1679A discourse of the peerage & jurisdiction of the Lords spiritual in Parliament ..Barlow, Thomas, 1607-1691.
1749A discourse on government and religion, calculated for the meridian of the thirtieth of JanuaryIndependent.
1830A discourse on the causes of political revolutionsBailey, Thomas, 1785-1856.
1776A discourse on the English constitution, extracted from a late eminent writer, and applicable to the present timesStevens, William, 1732-1807.
1794A discourse on the establishment of a national and constitutional force in EnglandLiverpool, Charles Jenkinson, Earl of, 1727-1808
1792A discourse on the excellency of the British constitution : and the blessings this country has so long experienced, in consequence of its present form of government, which has stimulated the ingenuity of its inhabitants to the improvement of those natural advantages historians have boasted of as being peculiar to this happy island-
1809A discourse on the real principles of the Revolution, the Bill of Rights, Act of Settlement, &c. : in which the representations of Sir Francis Burdett, Mr. Maddox, and others are considered, their ignorance and their falsehood exposed, and their real views detected : being the substance of three lectures, delivered in Trinity term, 1809Palmer, William Jocelyn, 1777 or 8-1853.
2-Jul-2013Discourse Pragmatics and the Character Effect in ShakespeareMarelj, JELENA
14-Apr-2014Discourse preached in St. Andrew's Church, Toronto, on the 24th of May, 1863, being the anniversary of the birth-day of her most gracious majesty Queen Victoria.Barclay, John, 1813-1887.
1647A discourse touching the inconveniencies of a long continued Parliament : and the judgement of the law of the land in that behalfeJenkins, David, 1582-1663.
1817A discourse upon the theory of legitimate governmentDillon, Henry Augustus Dillon-Lee, Viscount, 1777-1832.
1722Discourses upon several subjects ... intended as a supplement to the abridgement of Dr. Claget's Discourse concerning the operations of the Holy SpiritStebbing, Henry, 1687-1763.
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