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2. La Gazette de France

11. The genuinely secret causes and springs whence, the principles and grounds Whereon the New Congregational Society in Nottingham, have seperated themselves from the two dissenting churches there. Declar'd and stated in a variety of divers authentick memoirs. And elucidated with sundry proper observes and remarks thereon, either intermixtly or subnectedly such. Whereunto is premonstrated in a concise introductory discourse, some of the evangelical principles of the said society. By Joseph Blunt, a poor despised servant of Jesus Christ in the work of the Gospel

17. Georgii Buchanani Scoti, poetarum sui seculi facile principis, Opera omnia, ad optimorum codicum fidem summo studio recognita & castigata Nunc primum in unum collecta, ab innumeris pene mendis, quibus pleræque omnes editiones antea scatebant, repurgata; ac variis insuper notis aliisque utilissimis accessionibus illustrata & aucta: Quorum omnium syllabus post præfationem exhibetur. Curante Thoma Ruddimanno, A.M.

25. God, a tower of salvation to the King a sermon preach'd before the Honourable House of Commons, at St. Margaret's Westminster, on Monday the first of August, 1715. Being the day of His Majesty's happy accession to the throne. By Thomas Linford, D.D. prebendary of Westminster, and Chaplain in ordinary to His Majesty

26. God, a tower of salvation to the King a sermon, preach'd before the Honourable House of Commons, at St. Margaret's Westminster, on Monday the first of August, 1715. Being the day of His Majesty's happy accession to the throne. By Thomas Linford, D.D. prebendary of Westminster, and Chaplain in ordinary to His Majesty

27. God, a tower of salvation to the King a sermon, preach'd before the Honourable House of Commons, at St. Margaret's Westminster, on Monday the first of August, 1715. Being the day of His Majesty's happy accession to the throne. By Thomas Linford, D.D. prebendary of Westminster, and Chaplain in ordinary to His Majesty

33. God's judgments upon tyrants Or, A history of the wicked lives and remarkable deaths of those Roman emperors who persecuted the primitive Christians. Written originally in Latin by Lactantius. Made English by the Right Reverend Father in God, Gil'bert lord bishop of Sarum. By whom is prefix'd, A full view of popery. In a large preface concerning persecution

34. God's praise perfected out of the mouths of infants a sermon, preach'd at St. Peter's Church in Hereford, January the 4th, 1714-15. On occasion of the Charity-School lately erected in that city. By Richard Smalbroke D.D. canon-residentiary of Hereford, and chaplain to His Grace the Lord Arch-Bishop of Canterbury. Published at the request of the Mayor, and the trustees of the said charity-school

38. A Gospel ministry the rich gift of the ascended Saviour unto his church As it was represented in a sermon preached August 2. 1715. By Mr. Benjamin Colman, on a day of prayer kept by his congregation, to implore the divine conduct and blessing with them, in their electio of another into the pastoral office among them

48. Great and precious promises Or, Some sermons concerning the promises, and the right application thereof: whereunto are added some other concerning the usefulness of faith, in advancing sanctification. As also, three more concerning the faith of assurance. By Mr. Andrew Gray, late minister of the Gospel in Glasgow. All being revised since his death by some friends. The last impression carefully corrected and amended

49. Great Britain's diary Or, The union-almanack for the year of Our Lord 1715. Being the third after bissextile, or leap-year; and the eight year after the glorious and happy union concluded between the two nations of England and Scotland. Containing many curious and profitable particulars; as you may see a full account in the first page of the second part; the whole being chiefly designed to promote trade and business

55. Great Britain's wonder, a good king and good ministers Set forth in a sermon preach'd at Milburn-Port in Somersetshire, Jan. 20. 1714-15. Being the day of publick Thanksgiving for King George's peaceable and happy accession to the throne. By John Sprint

58. The great end and usefulness of government In a sermon preach'd at the assizes held at Aylesbury, in the county of Bucks: by the Right Honourable the Lord Chief Justice King, and Mr. Justice Eyre, the 2d of March, being Ashwednesday, 1714. By David Trimnell, M.A. rector of Stokehammond, in the county of Bucks, and chaplain to the Right Reverend William lord bishop of Lincoln. Published at the request of the high sheriff, and gentlemen of the grand jury

60. The great obligations of a nation for the blessing of a wise and protestant prince, consider'd and laid open a sermon preach'd at St. Mary Rotherhith, on Thursday, January 20. 1714/15. Being the day appointed for a publick thanksgiving to almighty God, for bringing His Majesty to a quiet and peaceable possession of the throne, and thereby disappointing the designs of the pretender, and all his adherents. By Edward Lovell, rector of St. Mary Rotherhith. Publish'd at the request of several of the parish, and for its own vindication against the misrepresentation of others

64. The grounds of physick containing so much of philosophy, anatomy, chimistry, and the mechanical construction of a humane body, as is necessary to the accomplishment of a physitian: with the method of practice in common distempers. Extracted from the most eminent authors, both antient and modern

65. The Grumbler By Squire Gizzard