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ad Constantinum magnum ; unà cum tribus diatribus quarum prima est de Hereticorum autocatacrisi, secunda, an quicquid in Deo est, Deus sit, Tertia de Predestinatione per D. Robertum Ballium. Am

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10626, D. The conflict of ages; or the great debate on the moral re

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with its effects compared to the dreadful effects of war. Collected by

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1735. Benson, 1364, 0. An essay concerning the unity of sense; to show that no

text of Scripture has more than one single sense. From D. Benson's
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pamphlet and the Oxford controversy. Philadelphia, 1841.

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7397, D. The pleasures of paradise; or a glimpse of the sovereign beauty. To which is added the guardian genius of the federal union.

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the hope of the Christian. By Sir David Brewster. New York, 1854. Brown, 7687, D. The exclusive claims of the Puseyite Episcopalians to the

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the church of Rome under Commodus and Alexander Severus : and
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8602, D. The constitution of the church of the future; a practical
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Christian Charles Jonas Bunsen. London, 1817.
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By John Bunyan. To which is appended, an exhortation to peace
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10688, D. The pilgrim's progress. By John Bunyan. A new edition,
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