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Fri Mar 21 17:11:41 2014 UTClccn-n841253370.63The trial of Doctor Sacheverell,0.760.86Sacheverell against Sacheverell or, the detecter of false brethren prov'd unnatural and base to his own grandfather, and other relations. In a letter to Dr. Henry Sacheverell, from his uncle: Written upon Occasion of the Aspersions unjustly cast upon his Family, in a late Vindication of the said Doctor from Mr. Bisset's Charge of Fanaticism4939885Henry_Sacheverelln 841253371234262Sacheverel, Henry, 1674-1724Sacheverell, Doctor (Henry), 1674?-1724Sacheverell, Hendrik, 1674-1724Sacheverell (Henry), Doctor, 1674?-1724lccn-n79056234Church of Englandlccn-n79017964Great BritainParliamentlccn-n80001216Great BritainParliamentHouse of Lordslccn-n79053974Defoe, Daniel1661?-1731lccn-n50032699Burnet, Gilbert1643-1715lccn-n85017622Bisset, William1669?-1747lccn-n83051081Trimnell, Charles1663-1723lccn-n85112047Talbot, William1658 or 1659-1730lccn-n79032274Wake, William1657-1737lccn-n85099884Curll, Edmund1675-1747prtSacheverell, Henry1674?-1724SermonsHistoryPoetryControversial literaturePamphletsTrials, litigation, etcMusicSourcesBiographyChurch historySacheverell, Henry,Church of EnglandGreat BritainPolitical scienceSermons, EnglishImpeachmentsForgiveness of sinEnglandDissenters, ReligiousTrials (Impeachment)Church and stateKings and rulers--SuccessionTheology, DoctrinalBallads, EnglishConscienceGreat Britain.--Parliament.--House of LordsSermonsSpanish Succession, War of (1701-1714)ClergySinDebts, PublicFreedom of religionMarlborough, John Churchill,--Duke of,Great Britain.--Parliament.--House of CommonsSacheverell, Benjamin,Sacheverell, JohnSinsAnne,--Queen of Great Britain,Fast-day sermonsWest, Richard,TrialsEnglish poetryHeresyDissentersEngland--LondonGovernment, Resistance toDeadly sinsOxford, Robert Harley,--Earl of,Masham, Abigail,--Lady,PrejudicesGeorge,--Saint,DragonsFanaticismChurch historyChurch and state--Church of EnglandRevolution of 1688 (Great Britain)Divine right of kingsReligion and politicsPrayerCharity1674172416991702170317041705170617071708170917101711171217131714171517161717171817191720172117221723172417261727172817291732173417351736173717381740174117421745174617501753176017611762176417711787179017911800181018831884191419291939195219651966197219731974197819922002200520072008200920102011201220134107610072626345.420231AC4ocn016071148ocn466934039ocn466934022ocn466934037ocn466934048ocn466934059ocn466934015ocn460512381ocn754059048ocn458845177ocn185602463ocn470423424ocn457394936ocn50519293791152ocn642695581file17130.73Sacheverell, HenryThe Christian triumph or, the duty of praying for our enemies ; illustrated and enforc'd from our blessed Saviour's example on the cross ; in a sermon preach'd at S. Saviour's in Southwark ; on Palm-Sunday, 1713Sermons83147ocn083523969file17090.73Sacheverell, HenryThe perils of false brethren both in church, and state: set forth in a sermon preach'd before the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor, aldermen, and citizens of London ; at the cathedral-church of St. Paul, on the 5th of November, 1709. By Henry SacheverellHistoryPamphletsSermonsControversial literature50637ocn083348646file17040.76Sacheverell, HenryThe nature and mischief of prejudice and partiality stated in a sermon preach'd at St. Mary's in Oxford, at the assizes held there, March 9th, 1703./4. By Henry SacheverellSermons43734ocn509674064com17100.73King, William[A] vindication of the Reverend Dr. Henry Sacheverell, from the false, scandalous and malicious aspersions cast upon him in a late infamous pamphlet, entitled The modern fanatick Intended chiefly to expose the iniquity of the fact on in general, without paking any considerable notice of their poor mad tool B-t in particular. In a dialogue between a Tory and a Wh----gHistory40925ocn083523946file17090.79Sacheverell, HenryThe communication of sin a sermon preach'd at the assizes held at Derby, August 15th, 1709. By Henry SacheverellSermons34624ocn083384003file17060.73Sacheverell, HenryThe nature, obligation, and measures of conscience deliver'd in a sermon preach'd at Leicester, at the assizes held there, July 25th, 1706. By Henry Sacheverell,Sermons29626ocn728376805file17100.79Sacheverell, HenryThe answer of Henry Sacheverell, D.D. To the articles of impeachment, exhibited against him by the Honourable House of Commons, &c. For preaching two sermons, I. At the Assizes held at Darby, August 15. II. At the Cathedral Church of St. Paul, Nov. 5. 1709. To which are prefix'd, the articles of impeachment, translated from the Leiden Gazette, of the 11th of February, N.SSourcesControversial literature27622ocn642606049com17020.79Sacheverell, HenryThe political union. a discourse shewing the dependance of government on religion in general: and of the English monarchy on the Church of England in particular. By Henry Sacheverell, M.A. Fellow of Magdalen-College, OxonSermonsControversial literature27320ocn083507203file17140.76Sacheverell, HenryA sermon preach'd before the Sons of the Clergy at their anniversary-meeting in the cathedral-church of St. Paul, December 10, 1713 By Henry SacheverellSermons26524ocn745070849com17050.79Sacheverell, HenryThe rights of the Church of England asserted and prov'd in an answer to a late pamphlet, intitl'd, The rights of the Protestant dissenters, in a review of their caseControversial literature26124ocn642564106com17020.73Sacheverell, HenryThe character of a Low-Church-Man drawn in an answer to the true character of a Church-Man: shewing the false pretences to that name. Humbly offer'd to all electors of Parliament and ConvocationControversial literature+-+012590906632425415ocn083373780file17080.76Sacheverell, HenryThe nature, guilt, and danger of presumptuous sins set forth in a sermon preach'd before the University of Oxford, at St. Mary's, Septemb. 14th. 1707. By Henry SacheverellHistoryPamphletsSermons24722ocn083470902file17130.70Sacheverell, HenryFalse notions of liberty in religion and government destructive of both a sermon preach'd before the Honourable House of Commons, at St. Margaret's Westminster, on Friday, May 29. 1713PamphletsSermons19316ocn642567060com17100.81Sacheverell, HenryA defence of Her Majesty's title to the crown and a Justification of Her Entring into a War with France and Spain: As it was Deliver'd in a sermon preach'd before the University of Oxford On the 10th Day of June, 1702. Being the fast Appointed for Imploring a Blessing on Her Majesty and Allies Engag'd in the Present war. By Henry Sacheverell, M.A. Fellow of Magdalen College, Oxon. Being the Discourse referr'd to in the Doctor's Answer to the Articles of Impeachment against himHistorySermons14911ocn642625288file17100.79Sacheverell, HenryThe tryal of Doctor Henry Sacheverell before the House of Peers, for high crimes and misdemeanors ; upon an impeachment by the knights, citizens and burgesses in Parliament assembled, in the Name of Themselves, and of all the Commons of Great Britain: begun in Westminster-Hall the 27th day of February, 1709/10 ; and from thence continu'd by several adjournments until the 23d day of March following. Published by order of the House of PeersTrials, litigation, etc14943ocn506049981book17090.84Sacheverell, HenryThe speech of Henry Sacheverell D.D. made in Westminster-Hall, on Tuesday, March 7, 1709/10HistoryTrials, litigation, etcSourcesControversial literature1438ocn065322459file17110.84Sacheverell, HenryA collection of hymns and poems for the use of the October ClubPoetry14010ocn083364697file17020.76Sacheverell, HenryA sermon preach'd before the University of Oxford on the tenth day of June 1702 being the fast appointed for the imploring a blessing on Her Majesty and allies engag'd in the present war against France and Spain. By Henry SacheverellSermons13513ocn642564122com17020.76Sacheverell, HenryThe character of a true Church of England-Man. Exclusive of Dr. West, Mr Hoadly and their adherents, however dignify'd or distinguish'd. Enter'd Pursuant to the late Act of ParliamentControversial literature1349ocn186542144file17020.76Sacheverell, HenryThe character of a Low-church-man drawn in answer to The true character of a Church-man: shewing the false pretences to that nameControversial literature78128ocn186552006com17100.73Great BritainA true list of the names of the peers who gave judgment in Dr. Sacheverell's tryal, March 20. 1709/10Trials, litigation, etc56030ocn083519791com17100.84Sacheverell, HenryThe speech of Henry Sacheverell D.D. made in Westminster-Hall, on Tuesday, March 7, 1709/10HistoryTrials, litigation, etcSourcesControversial literature5472ocn000633242book19730.63Holmes, Geoffrey SThe trial of Doctor Sacheverell51214ocn083484491com17100.79St. Leger, JohnThe manager's pro and con or, an account of what is said at Child's and Tom's Coffee-houses for and against Dr. SacheverellHistorySources4587ocn083323731com17100.73Tilly, WilliamA return to our former good old principles and practice, the only way to restore and preserve our peace. a sermon preach'd before the University of Oxford, at St. Mary's, on Sunday, May the 14th 1710. By William Tilly, B.D. Fellow of C.C.C. Oxon. Rector of Wightham near Oxford: And Domestick Chaplain to The Right Honourable the Earl of Abingdon. With a letter to Dr. Sacheverell44317ocn083476928com17100.84Sacheverell, HenryAn impartial account of what pass'd most remarkable in the last session of Parliament relating to the case of Dr. Henry Sacheverell. Done on such another paper and letter, and may therefore be bound up with the Tryal of the said Doctor, [sic]HistoryTrials, litigation, etcPamphletsSources4439ocn083383993com17090.76Kennett, WhiteA true answer to Dr. Sacheverell's sermon before the Lord Mayor Nov. 5. 1709. In a letter to one of the aldermen3729ocn065326084com17100.84Defoe, DanielA speech without doorsPamphlets33916ocn001599233book17100.81Sacheverell, HenryThe tryal of Dr. Henry Sacheverell, before the House of Peers, for high crimes and misdemeanors : upon an impeachment by the knights, citizens and burgesses in Parliament assembled, in the name of themselves, and of all the Commons of Great Britain : begun in Westminster-Hall the 27th day of February, 1709/10, and from thence continued by several adjournments until the 23d day of March followingTrials, litigation, etc32915ocn509266942file17100.79Bisset, WilliamThe modern fanatick. With a large and true account of the life, actions, endowments, &c. of the famous Dr. Sa-----l. By William Bisset, eldest brother of the Collegiate-Church of St. Katherine, and rector of Whiston in NorthamptonshireHistoryBiographyControversial literature2993ocn083465621com17340.79Great BritainAn exact list of the Lords spiritual and temporal. ... of the knights, citizens and burgesses of the present Parliament29512ocn083512535com17100.70The reasons of those Lords that enter'd their protest, in Dr. Sacheverell's case, & cTrials, litigation, etc2698ocn190793816com17100.73Sacheverell, HenryA new ballad of St. George and the dragonPoetryMusic2665ocn642617411com17090.73Sacheverell, HenryThe speech of Henry Sacheverell D.D. upon his impeachment at the bar of the House of Lords, in Westminster-Hall, March the 7th, 1709. Publish'd from a correct editionTrials, litigation, etc2559ocn083437542com17100.76Wake, WilliamThe Bishop of Lincoln's and Bishop of Norwich's speeches in the House of Lords, March the 17th. at the opening of the second article of the impeachment against Dr. SacheverellHistoryChurch historyPamphletsControversial literature2449ocn187302607com17100.79Burnet, GilbertThe Bishop of Salisbury his speech in the House of Lords, on the first article of the impeachment of Dr. Henry SacheverellHistorySources2439ocn083264032com17100.76Sacheverell, HenryThe picture of malice or a true account of Dr. Sacheverell's enemies, and their behaviour with regard to him since the fifth of November last2377ocn083487423com17100.81Haversham, John ThompsonThe Lord H----'s speech in the House of Lords, on the first article of the impeachment of Dr. Henry Sacheverell2336ocn642164124com17110.86Sacheverell, BenjaminSacheverell against Sacheverell or, the detecter of false brethren prov'd unnatural and base to his own grandfather, and other relations. In a letter to Dr. Henry Sacheverell, from his uncle: Written upon Occasion of the Aspersions unjustly cast upon his Family, in a late Vindication of the said Doctor from Mr. Bisset's Charge of Fanaticism2255ocn508906955com17100.81Talbot, WilliamThe Bishop of Oxford his speech in the House of Lords on the first article of the impeachment of Dr. Henry SacheverellPamphlets+-+0125909066324+-+0125909066324Fri Mar 21 15:26:33 EDT 2014batch59294