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AlthamRobert. Relative and Inherent Holiness Both Required to the True Worship of God a Sermon Preached at the Opening of the Church of St Botolph Bishopsgate December 1 1728. London: Printed for George Strahan at the Golden Ball1728.
AndrewesLancelot. Sixteen Sermons Chiefly on the Principal Fasts and Festivals of the Church from the Works of the Learned and Pious Dr. Lancelot Andrewes Bishop of Winchester. London: J.G. and F. Rivington1831.
Anon. One Argument More against the Cavaliers; Taken from Their Violation of Churches. Where Towards the Close Are Subtilly Disputed These Two Questions. 1 Whether the Separatist (as He Is Called) Who Makes His House (or as It Is Said) His Barn a Church Is More Scandalous or the Cavalier (Who Looking Another Way in His Discourse and Profession) Hath yet at Oxford Where His Maiestie Resides Turned Churches (with Reverence Be It Spoken) into Prisons and Lakes and in Devonshire at Many Places into Stables. 2 Whether Churches Thus Profaned and Fallen from Grace and Holinesse Are Not by the Bishops to Be Reconsecrated. London1643.
Anon. The Anatomy of Popery: Or a Catalogue of Popish Errours in Doctrine and Corruptions in Worship: Together with the Agreement between Paganism Pharisaism and Popery. London: Printed by Tho. Milbourn, for Tho. Passenger1673.
Anon. The Pope Burnt to Ashes or Defiance to Rome: Being a Perfect Account How the Exact Image of His Holiness Was Solemnly Carried in Procession through the Greatest Part of the City of London and at Last Exposed to the Flames of a Stately Bonfire near the Temple-Gate in Fleet-Street on Friday the 17th of Novemb. 1676: With Loud Acclamations of Several Thousand Spectators There Being a Terse of Claret a Barrel of Ale and a Barrel of Beer There Distributed Amongst the Beholders Which Was Far Better Excepted Than the Blood of the Martyrs. London: Printed for B.H.1676.
Anon. The Protestants Vade Mecum: Or Popery Display’d in Its Proper Colours in Thirty Emblems Lively Representing All the Jesuitical Plots against This Nation and More Fully This Late Hellish Designe against His Sacred Majesty. Curiously Engraven in Copper-Plates. London: Printed for Dan. Browne, Sam. Lee, and Dan. Major1680.
Anon. The Holy-Days or the Holy Feasts and Fasts as They Are Observed in the Church of England (Throughout the Year) Explained; and the Reasons Why They Are Yearly Celebrated. With Cuts before Each Day. London: Printed for Samuel Keble, at the Turks-head in Fleet-street1698.
Anon. Ancient and Modern Idolatry Parallell’d: Being a Comparison between the Israelitish and British Women in Stubbornness and Proneness to Idolatry. Written / by a Lady in Hopes to Convince Some of Her Sex of Their Error. Dublin: Re-printed by A. Rhames, for E. Dobson1716.
BaconFrancis. The Essays or Counsels Civil & Moral of Sir Francis Bacon Lord Verulam Viscount St. Alban. London: Printed by T.N. for John Martyn, S. Mearne, and H. Herringman1673.
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BaillieRobert. Ladensium Autokatakrisis the Canterburians Self-Conviction: Or an Evident Demonstration of the Avowed Arminianisme Poperie and Tyrannie of That Faction by Their Owne Confessions. With a Post-Script to the Personate Jesuite Lysimachus Nicanor a Prime Canterburian. Amsterdam: Written in March, and printed [at the Richt Right Press]1640.
BakerGeorge. The Respect Due to a Church of God. A Sermon Preached Oct. 11. 1733. At the Consecration of St. George’s Chapel in Tiverton. In the County of Devon by the Right Reverend Father in God Stephen Lord Bishop of Exon. London: Printed for St. Birt at the Bible1733.
BedfordArthur. The Scripture Chronology Demonstrated by Astronomical Calculations and Also by the Year of Jubilee and the Sabbatical Year among the Jews: Or an Account of Time from the Creation of the World to the Destruction of Jerusalem; … Illustrated with a Great Variety of Tables Maps and Copper Plates. London: Printed for James and John Knapton, Daniel Midwinter and Aaron Ward, Arthur Bettesworth, Francis Fayram, John Pemberton, [and 5 others in London]1730.
BeveridgeWilliam. Synodikon sive Pandectæ Canonum SS. Apostolorum et Conciliorum ab Ecclesia Græca Receptorum nec non Canonicarum SS. Patrum Epistolarum: Unà cum Scholiis Antiquorum Singulis Eorum Annexis et Scriptis Aliis Huc Spectantibus: Quorum Plurima e Bibliothecæ Bodleianæ Aliarumque MSS. Codicibus Nunc Primum Edita Reliqua cum Iisdem MSS. Summâ Fide & Diligentiâ Collata / Totum Opus in Duos Tomos Divisum Guilielmus Beveregius … Recensuit Prolegomenis Munivit & Annotationibus Auxit. Oxford: E Theatra Sheldoniano: Sumptibus Guilielmi Wells & Roberti Scott1672.
BeveridgeWilliam. “The Excellency and Usefulness of the Common Prayer. Preached at the Opening of the Parish Church of St. Peter’s, Cornhill, the 27th of November 1681.” In The Theological Works of William Beveridge D.D. Sometime Lord Bishop of St. Asaph edited by John H. Parker. Oxford: John Henry Parker1846.
BisseThomas. The Merit and Usefulness of Building Churches. A Sermon Preach’d at the Opening of the Church of St. Marie in the Town and County of Southampton on Christmas-Day 1711. London: Printed for Henry Clements1712.
BramstonJohn. The Autobiography of Sir John Bramston K.B. Of Skreens in the Hundred of Chelmsford: Now First Printed from the Original Ms. In the Possession of His Lineal Descendant Thomas William Bramston Esq. One of the Knights of the Shire for South Essex. London: Printed for the Camden Society by John Bowyer Nichols and Son1845.
BrinsleyJohn. The Glorie of the Latter Temple Greater Then of the Former. Opened in a Sermon Preached at the Consecration or Restitution of the Parish Church of Flixton in the Island of Lovingland in the County of Suffolke Being Sometimes the Mother-Church of the East-Angles. 11. March. 1630. London: Printed for Robert Bird1631.
BroughtonJohn. Of the House of Prayer. A Sermon Preach’d at the Consecration of the Chapel at Kew Within the Parish of Kingston on Thames on Wednesday May 12. 1714 before the Right Reverend Father in God Jonathan Lord Bishop of Winton. London: Printed by W.B. for R. Sare near Grays-Inne Gate1714.
BurdRichard. Two Sermons Preached on the 3d. And 6th. Sundays after the Opening of the New Chappel of St. James’s Westminster. The First the 18th. Day of October the Second on the 8th Day of November 1702. London: Printed for Sam. Keble at the Turks-Head1702.
BurnetGilbert. The History of the Reformation of the Church of England. The First Part: Of the Progess Made in It During the Reign of K. Henry the Viii. London: Printed by T.H. for Richard Chiswell at the Rose and Crown in St. Paul’s Church-yard1679.
ButlinClaude C.J. The Thirty-Nine Articles of Religion of the Church of England: A Simple Handbook of Their History and Meaning Together with Scriptural Proofs Quotations from Authorities and List of Books for Further Reading. Sheffield: Butlin1986.
CamdenWilliam. Britannia: Or a Chorographical Description of Great Britain and Ireland Together with the Adjacent Islands / Written in Latin by William Camden Clarenceux King at Arms and Translated into English with Additions and Improvements. London: Printed by Mary Matthews, for Awnsham Churchill1722.
CampbellColen. Vitruvius Britannicus Or the British Architect Containing the Plans Elevations and Sections of the Regular Buildings Both Publick and Private in Great Britain. London: Printed and sold by the author, et.al.1715vols. 1 and 2.
CardalePeter. The Gospel-Sanctuary: Or God’s Name Recorded in Places of Publick Worship. In which the Consecration and Holiness of Such Places Are Rationally Considered; and the Free and Publick Exercise of Religion Supported Upon Natural and Christian Principles. London: Printed for John Noon1740.
CaveWilliam. Primitve Christianity: Or the Religion of the Antient Christians in the First Ages of the Gospel. In Three Parts. By Willam Cave D.D. London: Printed for Daniel Midwinter, and Benjamin Cowse1714.
CawdreyDaniel. Superstitio Superstes: Or the Reliques of Superstition Newly Revived: Manifested in a Discourse Concerning the Holinesse of Churches and the Bowing towards the Altar: Whereunto is Added a Censure of Two Letters Touching the Same Subject. London: Printed by A.N. for I.M.1641.
Charles I King. His Maiesties Commission and Further Declaration: Concerning the Reparation of Saint Pauls Church. Imprinted at London: By Robert Barker, printer to the Kings most excellent Maiestie: and by the assignes of Iohn Bill1633.
Charles IKing and MiltonJohn E. Eikon Basilike: The Potraiture of His Sacred Majesty in His Solitudes and Sufferings: With Selections from Eikonoklastes John Milton. Peterborough: Broadview Editions2006 re-edn.
ChauncyCharles. The Retractation of Mr. Charles Chancy Formerly Minister of Ware in Harfordshire.: Wherein Is Proved the Unlawfulnesse and Danger of Rayling in Altars or Communion Tables Written with His Own Hand before His Going to New England in the Yeer 1637. Published by His Own Direction for the Satisfaction of All Such Who Either Are or Justly Might Bee Offended with His Scandalous Submission Made before the High Commission Court Feb. 11. Anno 1635. London1641.
ClarkHenry. A Rod Discovered Found and Set Forth to Whip the Idolaters Till They Leave Off Their Idolatry: (Which yet Remains in the Rulers of England Their Ministers and the People Who Follow Thier Wayes) Which Doth Consist in the Houses of High Places Falsly Called Churches; the Two Universities Cambridge and Oxford (and Their Ministers Which Are Made by Man and Not of God) and Their Ministers Maintenance (Not the Ministers of Christs) Which Is Portions of Lands Tythes Offrings Oblations Obventions and Great Houses for a Certain Dwelling Place on the Earth and Forms of Oathes All Which Is the Fruit of Idolaters and the Abomination of the Heathen. So Likewise Here Is Described the True Magistrate and His Work; and the Way (for He Who Is Not) to Become Such a One; and Likewise the Way for All People to Come out of Their Idolatry Vo Worship the True God in Spirit and Truth. Written by Me Henry Clark. Unto Which Is Prefixed the Epistle of the Apostle Paul to the Laodiceans. London: Printed for the author1657.
CobbCyrill S. The Rationale of Ceremonial 1540–1543: With Notes and Appendices and an Essay on the Regulation of Ceremonial During the Reign of King Henry VIII with Facsimiles of Handwritings. London: Longmans Green1910.
Crockford. Crockford’s Clerical Directory 2006/2007: A Directory of the Clergy of the Church of England the Church in Wales the Scottish Episcopal Church and the Church of Ireland. London: Church House Publishing2006.
CrombieJames. An Essay on Church Consecration. Containing a History of Its Origen [Sic] Progress and Effects. In Answer to a Letter from a Friend in the North Giving an Account of a Late Consecration Sermon. Dublin: Printed by Daniel Graiseberry, and to be sold, by his appointment, by the booksellers in town and country1777.
DennisSamuel. A Sermon Preach’d at the Opening of the New Church of St. Swithin in Worcester on Thursday Febr. 19th 1735/36. Oxford: Printed by Leonard Lichfield near East-Gate for Samuel Mountfort1736.
DentArthur. The Ruine of Rome. Or an Exposition Upon the Whole Revelation Werein is Plainely Shewed and Proved that the Popish Religion Together with All the Power and Authority of Rome Shall Ebbe and Decay Still More and More Troughout all the Churches of Europe and Come to an Utter Overthrow Even in this Life Before the End of the World. Written Especially for the Comfort of Protestants and the Daunting of Papists Seminary Priests Iesuites Cursed Rabble. London: Printed by William Iaggard for Simon Walterson and Richard Banckworth1607.
DonneJohn. Encaenia. The Feast of Dedication. Celebrated at Lincolnes Inne in a Sermon There Upon Ascension Day 1623. At the Dedication of a New Chappell There Consecrated by the Right Reverend Father in God the Bishop of London. London: Printed by Aug.Mat. for Thomas Iones1623.
DugdaleWilliam. The History of St. Pauls Cathedral in London from Its Foundation Untill These Times: Extracted out of Originall Charters Records Leiger Books and Other Manuscripts: Beautified with Sundry Prospects of the Church Figures of Tombes and Monuments. London: Printed by Tho. Warren1658.
DugdaleWilliam. Monasticon Anglicanum or the History of the Ancient Abbies and Other Monasteries Hospitals Cathedral and Collegiate Churches in England and Wales. With Divers French Irish and Scotch Monasteries Formerly Relating to England. Collected and Published in Latin by Sir William Dugdale … In Three Volums. And Now Epitomized in English Page by Page. With Sculptures of the Several Religious Habits. London: Printed for Sam Keble at the Turks-Head in Fleet-street; Hen. Rhodes at the Star the Corner of Bride lane in Fleetstreet1693.
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DugdaleWilliam. Monasticon Anglicanum: Or the History of the Ancient Abbies Monasteries Hospitals Cathedral and Collegiate Churches with Their Dependencies in England and Wales: Also of All Such Scotch Irish and French Monasteries as Did in Any Manner Relate to Those in England…. Illustrated with the Original Cuts of the Cathedral and Collegiate Churches and the Habits of the Religious and Military Orders. / First Publish’d in Latin by Sir William Dugdale Kt. Late Garter Principal King at Arms. To Which Are Now Added Exact Catalogues of the Bishops of the Several Dioceses to the Year 1717. The Whole Corrected and Supplied with Many Useful Additions by an Eminent Hand. London: Printed by R. Harbin; for D. Browne and J. Smith, in Exeter-Change; G. Strahan, in Cornhill; W. Taylor, in Pater-noster-row; R. Gosling, in Fleet-street; W. Mears, J. Browne, and F. Clay, without Temple- bar1718.
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. . Dugdale, William Illustrated with the Original Cuts of the Cathedral and Collegiate Churches, and the Habits of the Religious and Military Orders. / First Publish’d in Latin by Sir William Dugdale, Kt. Late Garter Principal King at Arms. To Which Are Now Added, Exact Catalogues of the Bishops of the Several Dioceses, to the Year 1717. The Whole Corrected, and Supplied with Many Useful Additions, by an Eminent Hand. London: Printed by R. Harbin; for D. Browne and J. Smith, in Exeter-Change; G. Strahan, in Cornhill; W. Taylor, in Pater-noster-row; R. Gosling, in Fleet-street; W. Mears, J. Browne, and F. Clay, without Temple- bar, . 1718
EllisWilliam. The Campagna of London or Views in the Different Parishes within the Circumference of Twenty-Five Miles from That Metropolis with Some Account of the History and Topography of Each Parish and Biographical Anecdotes of Persons Who Have Resided in Them. The Whole Collected from Authentic Records and from Local and Personal Information. Yorkshire: Ridgway1791vol. 1.
EllisWilliam. The Campagna of London or Views in the Different Parishes within the Circumference of Twenty-Five Miles from That Metropolis with Some Account of the History and Topography of Each Parish and Biographical Anecdotes of Persons Who Have Resided in Them. The Whole Collected from Authentic Records and from Local and Personal Information. London: Wild Court Lincoln’s-Inn-Fields Jarvis1791vol. 2.
ElmesJames. A Practical Treatise on Architectural Jurisprudence in Which the Constitutions Canons Laws and Customs Relating to the Art of Building Are Collected from the Best Authorities: For the Use of Architects Surveyors Landlords Tenants Incumbents Churchwardens and Ecclesiastical Persons in General. London: W. Benning, Law Bookseller1827.
EnglandChurch of. The Thirty-Nine Articles and the Constitutions and Canons of the Church of England: Together with Several Acts of Parliament and Proclamations Concerning Ecclesiastical Matters That Were Not in the Former Editions. London: Printed by John Baskett1739.
EvelynJohn. Numismata. A Discourse of Medals Ancient and Modern. Together with Some Account of Heads and Effigies of Illustrious and Famous Persons Sculps and Taille-Douce of Medals Extant and of Whom We Have No Medals Extant and of the Use to Be Derived from Them. To Which Is Added a Disgression Concerning Physiognomy. London: Printed for Benj. Tooke at the Middle Temple Gate1697.
FoxeJohn. Actes and Monuments of these Latter and Perilous Dayes Touching Upon Matters of the Church Wherein ar Comprehended and Described the Great Persecutions (and) Horrible Troubles that Have Bene Wrought and Practised by the Romishe Prelates…. London: by Iohn Day1563.
GaskarthJohn. The Beautiful Sanctuary and the Holy Offering. A Sermon Preach’d in the Parish-Church of All Saints Barking London on May the 13th 1705. At the First Opening of the Said Church after Its Having Been Re-Paired Without and New Pewed and in Several Respects Improved as Well as Beautified Within. London: Printed for Walter Kettilby at the Bishop’s Head1705.
GibbsJames. A Book of Architecture Containing Designs of Buildings and Ornaments. London: Printed for W. Innys and R. Man by J. and P. Knapton, at the West End of St. Paul’s1739.
GibsonJohn. The Frequent Service of God in Publick the Way to Long Life Honour and Undoubted Happiness: Set Forth in a Sermon Preached at the Consecration of the New Chapel in Queen’s-College in Oxford on the First Day of Nov. 1719. Oxford: Printed at the Theatre1719.
GodwinGeorge E.et al. The Churches of London: A History and Description of the Ecclesiastical Edifices of the Metropolis. By G.G. Assisted by J. Britton. Illustrated by Numerous Plates Engraved by J. Le Keux and Others from Drawings by F. Mackenzie and R.W. Billings. London1839.
GrigmanStephen. Of the Reverence Due to God’s Sanctuary. A Sermon Preach’d at the Parish-Church of St. Botolph Bishopsgate Upon the Occasion of Opening It after the Rebuilding It December 8 1728. London: Printed for W. Meadows at the Angel1728.
GurnayEdmund. Gurnay Redivivus or an Appendix Unto the Homily against Images in Churches. London: Re-published this year, and are to be sold by J. Rothwel at the fountain in Goldsmiths-Row in Cheapside1660.
GurnayEdmund. Toward the Vindication of the Second Commandment: By Edm. Gurnay Bachelour in Divinity and Minister of Gods Word at Harpley in Norfolk. Cambridge: Printed by E.M. for J. Rothwell1661.
HakewillGeorge. An Apologie of the Power and Providence of God in the Goverment of the World. Or an Examination and Censure of the Common Errour Touching Natures Perpetuall and Universall Divided into Foure Books. Oxford: Printed by Iohn Lichfield and William Turner, printers to the famous University1627.
HallJoseph. “Sermon XII The Glory of the Later House: Sermon Preached at the Reconcilement of the Happily Restored and Reedified Chapel of the Right Honourable, the Earl of Exeter, in His House of St. John’s, on Stephen’s Day, 1623.” In The Works of the Right Reverend Father in God Joseph Hall D.D. Successively Bishop of Exeter and Norwich: Now First Collected with Some Account of His Life and Sufferings Written by Himself edited by Josiah Pratt. London: Printed by C. Whittingham1808vol.5.
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HaringtonEdward C. The Object Importance and Antiquity of the Consecration of Churches as Shewn by the Holy Scriptures the Testimony of the Fathers the Canons of the Church Foreign and Domestic the Decrees of Popes Legates Etc. The Practice of the English Reformers Ritualists Historians and Other Writers. London: F. & J. Rivington1844.
HeylynPeter. A Coale from the Altar. Or an Ansvver to a Letter Not Long since Written to the Vicar of Gr. Against the Placing of the Communion Table at the East End of the Chancell; and Now of Late Dispersed Abroad to the Disturbance of the Church. First Sent by a Iudicious and Learned Divine for the Satisfaction of His Private Friend; and by Him Commended to the Presse for the Benefit of Others. London: Printed [by Augustine Mathewes] for Robert Milbourne, at the signe of the Vnicorne neere Fleet-bridge1636.
HeylynPeter. Ecclesia Restaurata or the History of the Reformation of the Church of England: Containing the Beginning Progress and Successes of It; the Counsels by Which It Was Conducted; the Rules of Piety and Prudence Upon Which It Was Founded; the Several Steps by Which It Was Promored or Retarded in the Change of Time: From the Firrst Preparations to It by King Henry the Eight Untill the Legal Settling and Establishment of It under Queen Elizabeth: Together with the Intermixture of Such Civil Actions and Affairs of State as Either Were Co-Incident with It or Related to It. London: Printed for H. Twyford, F. Place, T Baffet, W. Palmer1670.
HeylynPeter. Cyprianus Anglicus: Or the History of the Life and Death of the Most Reverend and Renowned Prelate William by Divine Providence Lord Archbishop of Canterbury…. Dublin: Printed by James Carson, for John Hyde, and Robert Owen1719.
HilliardSamuel. A Sermon Preach’d at the Consecration of the Chappel of St.Catherine in Canvy Isle in the County of Essex on the 11th of June 1712. London: Printed by J.D. and sold by John Morphew, and J. Woodward1712.
HobbesThomas. Human Nature or The Fundamental Elements of Policy of Being A Discovery of the Faculties Acts and Passions of the Soul of Man From their Original Causes; According to such Philosophical Principles as are not Commonly Known or Asserted. London: Printed for Matthew Gilliflower16843rd edn.
HollarWenceslauset al.Biblia Sacra Polyglotta: Complectentia Textus Originales Hebraicum Cum Pentateucho Samaritano Chaldaicum Graecum: Versionumque Antiquarum Samaritanae Graecae Lxxii Interp. Chaldaicae Syriacae Arabicae ¥Thiopicae Persicae Vulg. Lat. Quicquid Compari Poterat: Cum Textuum & Versionum Orientalium Translationibus Latinis: Ex Vetustissimis Mss. Undique Conquisitis Optimísque Exemplaribus Impressis Summâ Fide Collatis: Quae in Prioribus Editionibus Deerant Suppleta Multa Antehac Inedita De Novo Adjecta Omnia Eo Ordine Disposita Ut Textus Cum Versionibus Uno Intuitu Conferri Possint: Cum Apparatu Appendicibus Tabulis Variis Lectionibus Annotationibus Indicibus & C.: Opus Totum in Sex Tomos Tributum. London: Imprimebat Thomas Roycroft1657.
HookerRichard. The Works of That Learned and Judicious Divine Mr. Richard Hooker in Eight Books of the Laws of Ecclesiastical Polity Compleated out of His Own Manuscripts. Dedicated to the King’s Most Excellent Majesty Charles Ii. By Whose Royal Father (near His Martyrdome) the Former Five Books (Then Only Extant) Were Commended to His Dear Childeren as an Excellent Means to Satisfy Private Scruple and the Publick Peace of This Church and Kingdom. To Which Are Added Several Other Treatises by the Same Author All Revised and and Corrected in Numberless Places of the Former Editions by a Diligent Hand. There Is Also Prefix’d before the Book the Life of the Author Written by Isaac Walton. To This Edition Is Added a Large Alphabetical Index. Dublin: Printed for J. Hyde in Dames Street1724.
InettJohn. Origines Anglicanæ or a History of the English Church: Beginning Where Bishop Stillingfleet Has Ended His History of the British Church and Containing an Account of the Affairs Thereof from the First Planting of the Christian Religion Amongst the English Saxons Till the Norman Conquest. London: Printed by T.H. for M. Wotton1704.
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JewelJohn. “An Homily of the Right Use of the Church of Temple of God and Reverence Due Unto the Same.” In The Second Book of Homilies edited by Thomas Cramner and John Jewel1563 online edition: anligicanlibrary.org.
KelseyJoseph. A Sermon Preached at the Consecration of a Chappel in the House of John Collins Esq; of Chute in Wilshire. Performed by the Right Reverend Father in God Seth Lord Bishop of Sarum on the 25th of September 1673. London: Printed for Jonathan Edwin at the three Roses1674.
KingPeter. An Anquiry into the Constitution Discipline Unity & Worship of the Primitive Church That Flourish’d within the First Three Hundred Years after Christ. Faithfully Collected out Uf the Extant Writings of Those Ages. By an Impartial Hand. London1712.
KnightRichard. The Nature and Obligation of Relative Holiness. A Sermon Preach’d in the Cathedral-Church of St. Peter in York on Sunday November the 17th 1728. York: Printed by T. Gent, for F. Hildyard1728.
LactantiusDivine Institutes edited by Anthony Bowen and Peter Garnsey. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press Online2003. https://doi.org/10.3828/978-0-85323-988-8.
LeeSamuel. Orbis Miraculum or the Temple of Solomon Pourtraied by Scripture-Light: Wherein All Its Famous Buildings the Pompous Worship of the Jews with Its Attending Rites and Ceremonies the Several Officers Employed in That Work with Their Ample Revenues and the Spiritual Mysteries Vailed under All Are Treated at Large. London: Printed for F. Tyton and Tho. Basset1665.
LeggWilliam J. ed. English Orders for Consecrating Churches in the Seventeenth Century Together with Forms for the Consecration of Churchyards the First Stone of a Church the Reconciliation of a Church and the Consecration of Altar Plate. London: Henry Bradshaw Society1911.
LengJohn. A Sermon Preached at the Consecration of the Chappel of St.Katherine’s-Hall in the University of Cambridge September 1. 1704. Cambridge: Printed at the University-Press for Rob. Clavel and H. Bonwick1704.
LewisThomas. An Historical Essay Upon the Consecration of Churches with an Account of the Form and Ceremonies of Consecrations among the Jews Heathens and Christians … To Which Is Added a Form of Consecrating Churches Chapels and Church-Yards Pass’d in the Lower House of Convocation 1712. London: Printed for G. Strahan; C. Rivington; J. Smith; J. Graves; and C. King1719.
LomazzoG.P. A Tracte Containing the Artes of Curious Paintinge Caruinge Buildinge Written First in Italian by Io: Paul Lomatius Painter of Milan and Englished by R.H. Student in Physik. Oxford: Printed by Ioseph Barnes for R.H.1598.
LonginusC. Peri Hypsous or Dionysius Longinus of the Height of Eloquence. Rendred out of the Originall. By J.H. Esq. London: Printed by Roger Daniel for Francis Eaglesfield1652.
LyngWilliam. A Discourse of the Usefulness Antiquity and Dedications of Churches. Being the First Sermon Preach’d in St. George’s Chappell in Great Yarmouth on the Sunday Immediately after Its Consecration December 11th. 1715. Cambridge: Printed at the University-Press, for Richard Thirlbourne1716.
MangeyThomas. The Holiness of Christian Churches: Set Forth in a Sermon Preach’d September 4 1719. At the Consecration of the New Church at Sunderland. London: Printed for W. and J. Innys at the Prince’s Arms1719.
MarshallJohn. A Sermon Preached at the Opening of the New Chappel Called St. George’s Chappel in Queen Square in the Parish of St. Andrew Holborn in the County of Middlesex Upon Whitsunday May 12. 1706. London: Printed for Samuel Keble at the Turk’s Head1706.
MarshallNathaniel. The Jewish Synagogue the Model of Christian Worship or of Worship in Christian Churches. Set Forth in a Sermon Preach’d Upon Opening a New Chapel Now Known by the Name of St. John the Evangelist within the Parish of St. Andrew Holborn on the 10th Day of February 1722–3. London: Printed for William and John Innys at the West End of St. Paul’s1722.
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