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Fletcher, John William, 1729-1785 National Library of the Netherlands-test Vatican Library

La Fléchère, Jean Guillaume de, 1729-1785 Sudoc [ABES], France

VIAF ID: 37759720 (Personal)

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American patriotism farther confronted with reason, scripture and the constitution being observations on the dangerous politicks taught by the Rev. Mr. Evans, M.A. and the Rev. Dr. Price. With a scriptural plea for the revolted colonies xR Extended Titles-test
Appeal to matter of fact and common sense, or a rational demonstration of man's corrupt and lost estate xR Extended Titles-test
Beauties of Fletcher being extracts from his checks to Antinomianism, in a series of letters to Rev. Mr. Shirley and Mr. Hill xR Extended Titles-test
Bible and the sword, or, the appointment of the general fast vindicated in an address ... concerning the propriety of opposing british piracy and outrage xR Extended Titles-test
Bible and the sword, or, the appointment of the general fast vindicated in an address to the common people xR Extended Titles-test
Checks to antinomianism xR Extended Titles-test
Checks to antinomianism in a series of letters to Rev. Mr. Shirley & Mr. Hill xR Extended Titles-test
Christian experience of mrs. s****** xR Extended Titles-test
Christian perfection xR Extended Titles-test
Doctrines of grace and justice equally essential to the pure gospel with some remarks on the mischievous divisions caused among christians by parting those doctrines xR Extended Titles-test
Extract of a very interesting account of the happy death of a penitent malefactor first published in london by the rev. john fletcher xR Extended Titles-test
Fletcher's Appeal to matter of fact and common sense, or, A rational demonstration of man's corrupt and lost estate with the address to earnest seekers of salvation and an appendix : to which is now added, the life of the venerable author xR Extended Titles-test
Last check to antinomianism. a polemical essay on the twin doctrines of christian imperfection and a death purgatory xR Extended Titles-test
Life and death of two young ladies, contrasted also, a soliloquy on death, and two interesting letters / by j. fletcher xR Extended Titles-test
New birth xR Extended Titles-test
Portrait of saint paul, or, the true model for christians and pastors xR Extended Titles-test
Posthumous pieces of the Rev. John Fletcher xR Extended Titles-test
Posthumous works of the rev. john fletcher xR Extended Titles-test
Practical application of Christian perfection xR Extended Titles-test
Reply to the principal arguments by which the calvinists and the fatalists support the doctrine of absolute necessity : being remarks on the rev. mr. toplady's "scheme of christian and philosophical necessity." xR Extended Titles-test
Third check to antinomianism in a letter to the author of pietas oxoniensis xR Extended Titles-test
Vindication of the rev. mr. wesley's "calm address to our american colonies": in some letters to mr. caleb evans xR Extended Titles-test
Works of the Rev. John Fletcher xR Extended Titles-test National Library of the Netherlands-test Library of Congress/NACO
Works of the reverend john fletcher xR Extended Titles-test
Works of the reverend john fletcher late vicar of madeley xR Extended Titles-test

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