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Fri Mar 21 17:11:13 2014 UTClccn-n500385330.35A demonstration of the being and attributes of God and other writings0.660.90Optice, sive, De reflexionibus, refractionibus, inflexionibus & coloribus lucis libri tres /46768940Samuel_Clarken 5003853373756Clarcke, ... 1675-1729Clarcke, D. 1675-1729Clarcke, Samuel, 1675-1729Clarckius, Samuel, 1675-1729Clark, ... 1675-1729Clark, Samuel, 1675-1729Clarke, Dr. (Samuel), 1675-1729Clarke, S. (Samuel), 1675-1729Clarke, SamuelClarke, Samuel, D.D., Rector of St. James's, WestminsterClarke, Samuelis 1675-1729Clarkius, Samuel.Clarkius, Samuel, 1675-1729Clericus, Samuel, 1675-1729Kela, ... 1675-1729Klark, Sami︠u︡e̊l, 1675-1729lccn-n79056234Church of Englandlccn-n79081493Leibniz, Gottfried WilhelmFreiherr von1646-1716lccn-n96107598Vailati, Ezioedtlccn-n79007443Newton, Isaac1642-1727trllccn-n78095639Homerlccn-n79059190Hobbes, Thomas1588-1679lccn-n98032002Alexander, H. G.(Henry Gavin)1925-edtlccn-n83200250Rohault, Jacques1618-1672lccn-n81070657Hoadly, Benjamin1676-1761spkviaf-286265178Caesar, JuliusClarke, Samuel1675-1729SermonsPoetryRecords and correspondenceParaphrasesHarmoniesCatechismsCreedsHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcControversial literatureClarke, Samuel,PhysicsNatural theologyLeibniz, Gottfried Wilhelm,--Freiherr von,God--ProofRevelationMetaphysicsNatural theology--History of doctrinesCollection of papers which passed between the late Mr. Leibniz and Dr. Clarke in the years 1715 and 1716 (Clarke, Samuel)God--AttributesChurch of EnglandSermons, EnglishAchilles (Greek mythology)ScienceSoulBible.--GospelsTrojan WarNewton, Isaac,PhilosophersEpic poetry, GreekTrinityTheologyOpticsGod (Christianity)--AttributesImmortalityCooke, Mary,PropheciesJesus ChristCharity-schoolsEnglandLove--Religious aspects--ChristianityBaptismAnglican CommunionGreat BritainCatechisms, EnglishApologeticsCharityWells, Edward,EthicsWomen--EducationEducationWhiston, William,Philosophy and scienceSermonsHoadly, Benjamin,Space and timeCollins, Anthony,GermanyRundle, Thomas,Mind and body1675172916891693169716991701170217031704170517061707170817091710171117121713171417151716171717181719172017211722172317241725172617271728172917301731173217331734173517361737173817391740174117421743174417451746174717481749175017511752175317541755175617571758175917601761176317641765176617671768176917701771177217731774177517761778177917801781178217841785178717901791179317941795179918011802180418051806180718081809181018111813181418151816181818201821182218231824182518261827182818291830183218341835183618381842184318451846184718481849185418581859187018731874187918921893189618971898190019111929195519561957195819601964196519661967197019711972197419751976197719781979198019811983198419861987199019911993199419951996199719981999200020022005200720082009201020112014245389302936212.1AC4ocn003582987ocn004772697ocn002561892ocn006430732ocn001421928ocn015796041ocn006568582ocn023336401ocn831849938ocn831849897ocn014327538ocn021932417ocn002084135ocn050503108ocn458864036ocn458864033ocn038612766ocn257781692ocn025720438ocn818975774ocn832175248ocn832175287ocn832149034ocn257733400ocn832293764ocn832293756ocn248038291ocn457399781ocn457764072ocn458130262ocn458071220ocn003337609ocn420831598ocn822808790ocn724134963ocn469646105ocn44351870314849ocn047010636file19980.35Clarke, SamuelA demonstration of the being and attributes of God and other writingsSamuel Clarke was one of the most influential Newtonian philosophers of his generation. This work, which constituted the 1704 Boyle Lectures, generated much controversy at that time+-+135540670561531ocn002181039book19560.66Clarke, SamuelThe Leibniz-Clarke correspondence : together with extracts from Newton's Principia and OpticksRecords and correspondence+-+941155462553857ocn728394798com17290.76Church of EnglandAn exposition of the Church-Catechism. By Samuel Clarke, D.D. late rector of St James's Westminster. Published from the author's manuscript, by John Clarke, D.D. dean of SarumCatechismsCreeds50738ocn083277411file17050.76Clarke, SamuelThe great duty of universal love and charity A sermon preached before the Queen, at St James's Chapel. On Sunday December the 30th, 1705. By Samuel ClarkeCriticism, interpretation, etcSermons40892ocn004767487book17340.76HomerHomeri Ilias Græce et Latine Annotationes in usum serenissimi principis Gulielmi Augusti, Ducis de Cumberland, &c. Regio jussu scripsit atque edidit Samuel Clarke, S.T.P.Poetry37842ocn642256845com17060.73Clarke, SamuelA letter to Mr. Dodwell wherein all the arguments in his Epistolary discourse against the immortality of the soul are particularly answered, and the judgment of the fathers concerning that matter truly represented. By Samuel Clarke, D.D. Rector of St James's Westminster, and Chaplain in Ordinary to Her Majesty34530ocn642296977file17060.73Clarke, SamuelA discourse concerning the unchangeable obligations of natural religion and the truth and certainty of the Christian revelation. Being eight sermons preach'd at the cathedral-church of St Paul, in the year 1705, at the lecture founded by the honourable Robert Boyle Esq ; By Samuel Clark, M.A. chaplain to the right Reverend Father in God John, Lord Bishop of NorwichHistorySermons34520ocn642640535file17250.79Clarke, SamuelA sermon preach'd at the parish-church of St. James's Westminster on Sunday, April 18, 1725 upon occasion of the erecting a charity-school as a house of education for women-servantsSermons33827ocn728310459com17090.76Clarke, SamuelA sermon preach'd at the Parish-Church of St. Mary White-Chapel, on Tuesday, October 11. 1709. At the funeral of Dame Mary Cooke, late wife of Sir John Cooke, of Doctor's Commons, London, Knight, doctor of laws, &c. By Samuel Clark, D.D. rector of St. James Westminster, and chaplain in ordinary to Her Majesty. Publish'd at the request of her relationsSermons33019ocn186531121com17070.76Clarke, SamuelA defense of an argument made use of in a letter to Mr Dodwel to prove the immateriality and natural immortality of the soul32626ocn001925740book17170.84Clarke, SamuelA collection of papers, which passed between the late learned Mr. Leibnitz, and Dr. Clarke, in the years 1715 and 1716. Relating to the principles of natural philosophy and religion. With an appendix. To which are added, Letters to Dr. Clarke concerning liberty and necessity; from a gentleman of the University of Cambridge: with the doctor's answers to them. Also Remarks upon a book, entituled, A philosophical enquiry concerning human libertyRecords and correspondence30552ocn015453016book17340.88HomerHomeri Ilias graece et latinePoetry28520ocn508553739com17250.70Clarke, SamuelA discourse concerning the connexion of the prophecies in the Old Testament, and the application of them to Christ. Being an extract from the sixth edition of a demonstration of the being and attributes of God, &c. To which is added, a letter concerning the argument a priori. By Samuel Clarke, D.D. rector of St. James's Westminster27835ocn509215473file16990.73Clarke, SamuelThree practical essays, on Baptism, confirmation, and repentance. Containing full instructions for a Holy life: with earnest exhortations, especially to young persons, drawn from the consideration of the severity of the discipline of the primitive Church. By Samuel Clarke, D.D. rector of St. James's, Westminster27515ocn008260567book17060.90Newton, IsaacOptice, sive, De reflexionibus, refractionibus, inflexionibus & coloribus lucis libri tres27331ocn083389643file17300.76Clarke, SamuelSermons on the following subjects viz. Of faith in God. ... By Samuel Clarke ... Published from the author's manuscript, by John ClarkeSermons27233ocn642455269file17120.73Clarke, SamuelThe scripture-Doctrine of the Trinity. Wherein every text in the New Testament relating to that doctrine, is distinctly considered ; and the Divinity of our Blessed Saviour according to the Scriptures, proved and explained. By Samuel Clarke, D.D. Rector of St. James's WestminsterCriticism, interpretation, etcControversial literature24315ocn083299387com17070.73Clarke, SamuelA second defense of an argument made use of in a letter to Mr Dodwel to prove the immateriality and natural immortality of the soul. In a letter to the author of A reply to Mr Clarke's Defense, &c24026ocn018212818book16970.81Rohault, JacquesJacobi Rohaulti Physica22812ocn642346673file17360.73A paraphrase on the four Evangelists. Wherein ... the whole text and paraphrase are printed in separate columns ... With critical notes ... In two volumes. By Samuel ClarkeParaphrasesHarmonies13096ocn044958495file19970.39Vailati, EzioLeibniz & Clarke a study of their correspondenceHistoryRecords and correspondenceThe correspondence between Leibniz and Clarke during 1715-16 focused on the clash between Newtonian and Leibnizian world systems. This text provides an overview and commentary on the dispute, which involved physics, theology and metaphysics. The views are placed in the context of other writings+-+844866046523912ocn642452649book17730.73Hoadly, BenjaminThe works of Benjamin Hoadly D.D. successively Bishop of Bangor, Hereford, Salisbury, and Winchester. Published by his son John HoadlyHistory2306ocn002120932book17380.81Clarke, SamuelThe works, 1738ParaphrasesSermons20112ocn508593750com17300.79Whiston, WilliamHistorical memoirs of the life of Dr. Samuel Clarke. Being a supplement to Dr. Sykes's and Bishop Hoadley's accounts. Including certain memoirs of several of Dr. Clarke's friends. By William Whiston, M.A. sometime professor of the mathematicks in the University of CambridgeBibliography1696ocn004829509book19560.66Clarke, SamuelThe Leibniz-Clarke correspondence : together with extracts from Newton's Principia and OpticksRecords and correspondence1282ocn002965724book19760.84Ferguson, James PDr. Samuel Clarke : an eighteenth century hereticHistory1183ocn642442791com17140.73Knight, JamesA letter to the Reverend Dr. Clark rector of St. Jame's [sic], Westminster ; from the author of The true scripture doctrine of the Holy Trinity, the Eucharist, &c. Occasion'd by some passages in a letter from Dr. Clark to Dr. Wells1173ocn083474483com17480.73Whiston, WilliamHistorical memoirs of the life and writings of Dr. Samuel Clarke including certain memoirs of several of his friends. The third edition, to which is added an appendix, containing I. Dr. Sykes's Elogium of Dr. Clarke. II. Mr. Emlyn's Memoirs of the life and sentiments of Dr. Clarke. By William Whiston, M.A1152ocn083442153com17270.70A letter to Mr. John Clarke, master of the publick grammar-school in Hull. Wherein is shew'd, that he hath treated the learned Dr. Clarke very unfairly1153ocn083517680com17300.73The elogium of the late truly learned, Reverend and pious Samuel Clarke ... With a character and compleat catalogue of his writings, as well those he publish'd, as those he left prepar'd for the press, to be publish'd after his death973ocn642758703com17220.76Wade, GeorgeA short inquiry into the doctrine of the Trinity as it is laid down in h. scripture. Wherein the errors of Dr. Clarke, relating to that subject, are examin'd, and confuted. By George Wade, A.M. Late Fellow of Christ's Colledge ; now Vicar of Ganesborough, and Prebend of Lincoln905ocn745242393com17440.76Sharpe, GregoryA defence of the late Dr. Samuel Clarke, against the reply of Sieur Lewis-Philip Thummig, in favour of Mr. Leibnitz. With that reply, in French and English. To which is added, an original letter from Mr. Leibnitz803ocn005114152book17170.84Clarke, SamuelA collection of papers, which passed between the late learned Mr. Leibnitz, and Dr. Clarke, in the years 1715 and 1716. Relating to the principles of natural philosophy and religion. With an appendix. To which are added, Letters to Dr. Clarke concerning liberty and necessity; from a gentleman of the University of Cambridge: with the doctor's answers to them. Also Remarks upon a book, entituled, A philosophical enquiry concerning human libertyRecords and correspondence652ocn704032270book20110.88Clarke, SamuelThe correspondence of Samuel Clarke and Anthony Collins, 1707-08Records and correspondence+-+1934666006653ocn745104870com17350.76Gentleman of the University of CambridgeThe parallel: or, a vindication of His Gr-e the A-b-p of Ct-y, for his opposing the promotion of Dr. Sl Ck to a Bishoprick. Occasion'd by a late pamphlet, intitled, The reasons alledged against Dr. R-'s promotion to the See of Gr, seriously and dispassionately considered. With some Remarks thereon. In a letter to a friend. By a gentleman of the University of Cambridge624ocn642441287com17140.73Edwards, JohnSome brief critical remarks on Dr. Clarke's last papers Which are his Reply to Mr. Nelson, and an Anonymous Writer, and the Author of some Considerations, &c. Shewing that the Doctor is as deficient in the Critic Art, as he is in Theology. By John Edwards, D.DCriticism, interpretation, etc621ocn642716509com17310.59Scriblerus, SimonWhistoneutes: or, remarks on Mr. Whiston's Historical memoirs of the life of Dr. Samuel Clarke, &c. By a person of retirement and obscurity; but of the antique family of the scriblerians613ocn745268749com17460.73Knowles, ThomasThe existence and attributes of God not demonstrable à priori; in answer to the arguments of the learned Dr. Clarke, and his followers: and more particularly, to a late pamphlet, intitled, The argument à priori &c. stated and consider'd. By Thomas Knowles, B.A. of Pembroke-Hall in Cambridge592ocn745187273com17580.76Fleming, CalebA survey of the search after souls, by Dr. Coward, Dr. S. Clarke, Mr. Baxter, Dr. Sykes, Dr. Law, Mr. Peckard, and others. Wherein The principal Arguments for and against the Materiality are collected: And the Distinction between the mechanical and moral System stated. With An Essay to ascertain the Condition of the Christian, during the Mediatorial Kingdom of Jesus: which neither admits of a sleeping, nor supposes a separate State of the Soul after Death. By Caleb FlemingControversial literature592ocn642566516com17160.56Clarke, SamuelA discourse concerning the being and attributes of God the obligations of natural religion, and the truth and certainty of the christian revelation. In answer to Mr. Hobbs, Spinoza, the Author of the Oracles of Reason, and other Deniers of Natural and Revealed Religion. Being sixteen sermons Preach'd at the Cathedral Church of St Paul, in the Years 1704 and 1705, at the Lecture Founded by the Honourable Robert Boyle Esq ; By Samuel Clarke, D.D. Rector of St James's Westminster. The fourth edition, corrected. There are added in this edition, several letters to Dr. Clarke from a Gentleman in Glocestershire, relating to the first volume ; with the Drs AnswersSermonsRecords and correspondence+-+1355406705+-+1355406705Fri Mar 21 15:49:37 EDT 2014batch69295