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Beach, John, 1700-1782
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An appeal to the unprejudiced. In a supplement to the Vindication of the worship of God according to the Church of England, from the injurious and uncharitable reflections of Mr. Jonathan Dickinson.
Beach, John, 1700-1782
Boston: : [s.n.], Printed in the year 1737
1737
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An attempt to prove the affirmative part of that question, whether there be any certainty, that a sinner under the advantages of the Gospel and common grace, striving with all his might, and persevering to the last in his utmost endeavours to please God, shall obtain such a measure of Divine assistance, as is necessary to fit him for eternal salvation. Or, whether God be a rewarder of all those who diligently seek him? Containing some remarks upon a late piece intitled, A vindication of Gospel-t
Beach, John, 1700-1782
Boston: : Printed and sold by Rogers and Fowle in Queen-Street., MDCCLXVIII. [1748]
1748
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An attempt to vindicate Scripture mysteries, particularly, the doctrine of the Holy Trinity, the atonement of Christ, and the renovation of the Holy Ghost: also, of the eternity of the future punishments: with some strictures upon what Mr. J. Taylor hath advanced upon those points. : In a sermon, preached before the clergy of the Church of England, in Connecticut, at their annual convention at New-Haven, June 4th, 1760.
Beach, John, 1700-1782
[New Haven] : Printed by James Parker, and Company,, MDCCLX. [1760]
1760
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A continuation of the Calm and dispassionate vindication of the professors of the Church of England, against the abusive misrepresentations and sallacious [sic] arguments of Mr. Noah Hobart, in his second address to them. Humbly offered to the consideration of the good people of New-England.
Beach, John, 1700-1782
Boston: : Printed and sold by D. Fowle in Queen Street, next to the prison., 1751
1751
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A continuation of the Calm and dispassionate vindication of the professors of the Church of England, against the abusive misrepresentations and sallacious [sic] arguments of Mr. Noah Hobart, in his second address to them Humbly offered to the consideration of the good people of New-England. By John Beach, A.M. Minister of the First Church of Christ in Reading. [One line from I Peter]
Beach, John, 1700-1782
Boston : Printed and sold by D. Fowle in Queen Street, next to the prison, 1751
1751
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A calm and dispassionate vindication of the professors of the Church of England, against the abusive misrepresentations and salacious argumentations of Mr. Noah Hobart, in his late address to them Humbly offered to the consideration of the good people of New-England, with a preface by Dr. Johnson, and an appendix containing Mr. Wetmore's and Mr. Caner's vindication of the own cause and characters from the aspersions of the same author. By John Beach, A.M. Minister of the First Church of Christ i
Beach, John, 1700-1782
Boston : Printed and sold by J. Draper in Newbury-Street, 1749
1749
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A calm and dispassionate vindication of the professors of the Church of England, against the abusive misrepresentations and salacious argumentations of Mr. Noah Hobart, in his late address to them. Humbly offered to the consideration of the good people of New-England, with a preface by Dr. Johnson, and an appendix containing Mr. Wetmore's and Mr. Caner's vindication of the own cause and characters from the aspersions of the same author.
Beach, John, 1700-1782
Boston: : Printed and sold by J. Draper in Newbury-Street,, 1749
1749
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A continuation of the Calm and dispassionate vindication of the professors of the Church of England, against the abusive misrepresentations and sallacious [sic] arguments of Mr. Noah Hobart, in his second address to them. Humbly offered to the consideration of the good people of New-England.
Beach, John, 1700-1782
Boston: : Printed and sold by D. Fowle in Queen Street, next to the prison., 1751
1751
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A continuation of the Calm and dispassionate vindication of the professors of the Church of England, against the abusive misrepresentations and sallacious [sic] arguments of Mr. Noah Hobart, in his second address to them Humbly offered to the consideration of the good people of New-England. By John Beach, A.M. Minister of the First Church of Christ in Reading. [One line from I Peter]
Beach, John, 1700-1782
Boston : Printed and sold by D. Fowle in Queen Street, next to the prison, 1751
1751
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A defence of the Second conference on Antinomianism: occasioned by Mr. Judson's second set of letters on that subject: in a letter to him. : [Three lines from Timothy]
Beach, John, 1700-1782
New-York: : Printed by J. Holt, near the Exchange., M.DCC.LXVI. [1766]
1766
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The duty of loving our enemies. A sermon preached at Boston, Sept. 24. 1738. : Published at the desire of some gentlemen that heard it.
Beach, John, 1700-1782
Boston: : Printed by J. Draper in Newbury-Street., 1739
1739
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A familiar conference, upon some Antinomian tenets, sometimes miscalled, the doctrines of sovereign free grace: with some remarks upon a pamphlet, entitled, Animadversions, critical and candid.
Beach, John, 1700-1782
New York: : Printed by John Holt, near the Exchange,, MDCCLXIV. [1764]
1764
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A friendly expostulation, with all persons concern'd in publishing a late pamphlet, entitled, The real advantages which ministers and people may enjoy, especially in the colonies, by conforming to the Church of England. [Two lines from Ovid]
Beach, John, 1700-1782
New York, : Printed by John Holt, in Broad Street, opposite the Exchange,, 1763
1763
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A friendly expostulation, with all persons concern'd in publishing a late pamphlet, entitled, The real advantages which ministers and people may enjoy, especially in the colonies, by conforming to the Church of England [Two lines from Ovid] By John Beach, A.M. [Six line of Scripture texts]
Beach, John, 1700-1782
New York : Printed by John Holt, in Broad Street, opposite the Exchange, 1763
1763
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A funeral sermon, upon the decease, of the Reverend Doct. Samuel Johnson, late president of King's-College, in New-York; Rector of Christ's-Church, at Stratford; missionary from the venerable Society, for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts, and member of the same. Who exchanged this life, for immortality, January VIth, 1772, in the 76th year of his age. At Stratford, in Connecticut, New-England.
Beach, John, 1700-1782
New Haven: : Printed by T. and S. Green., [1772]
1772
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God's sovereignty and his universal love to the souls of men reconciled. In a reply to Mr. Jonathan Dickinson's remarks upon a sermon intitled, Eternal life God's free gift, bestowed upon men according the their moral behaviour, or free grace and free will concur in the affair of man's salvation. In the form of a dialogue, wherein Mr. Dickinson's arguments are expressed in his own words.
Beach, John, 1700-1782
Providence, R.I. : Printed by David Hawkins, Jun., 1807
1807
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God's sovereignty and his universal love to the souls of men reconciled In a reply to Mr. Jonathan Dickinson's remarks upon a sermon intitled, Eternal life God's free gift, bestowed upon men according to their moral behaviour, or Free grace and free will concur, in the affair of man's salvation. Done in the form of a dialogue, wherein Mr. Dickinson's arguments are expressed in his own words. By John Beach, A.M. [Nine lines of quotations]
Beach, John, 1700-1782
Boston : Printed and sold by Rogers and Fowle, 1747
1747
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God's sovereignty and his universal love to the souls of men reconciled. In a reply to Mr. Jonathan Dickinson's remarks upon a sermon intitled, Eternal life God's free gift, bestowed upon men according to their moral behaviour, or Free grace and free will concur, in the affair of man's salvation. : Done in the form of a dialogue, wherein Mr. Dickinson's arguments are expressed in his own words.
Beach, John, 1700-1782
Boston, : Printed and sold by Rogers and Fowle., 1747
1747
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A modest enquiry into the state of the dead. By which it appears to the enquirer, that there is no intermediate state; but the resurrection immediately succeeds death. : Humbly propos'd, to the consideration of those who love Christ's appearing. : [Text]
Beach, John, 1700-1782
[New London, Conn.] : Printed for the author, and sold by T. & J. Green, at N. London., 1755
1755
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A modest enquiry into the state of the dead. By which it appears to the enquirer, that there is no intermediate state; but the resurrection immediately succeeds death. Humbly propos'd, to the consideration of those who love Christ's appearing. [Text] By J. Beach, missionary from the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel for Foreign Parts, at Reading, N.E
Beach, John, 1700-1782
[New London, Conn.] : Printed for the author, and sold by T. & J. Green, at N. London, 1755
1755
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A second familiar conference, upon some Antinomian tenets; occasioned by Mr. David Judson's remarks upon the first: in which his objections are laid down in his own words. : [Two lines from Nazian]
Beach, John, 1700-1782
New York: : Printed by John Holt,, M,DCC,LXV. [1765]
1765
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A second vindication of God's sovereign free grace indeed. In a fair and candid examination of the last discourse of the late Mr. Dickinson, entitled, A second vindication of God's sovereign free grace. : Done in a friendly debate between C, a Calvinist, and B, a believer of meer primitive Christianity.
Beach, John, 1700-1782
Boston: : Printed and sold by Rogers and Fowle in Queen-Street., MDCCLXVIII. [1748]
1748
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A sermon, shewing, that eternal life is God's free gift, bestowed upon all men who obey the Gospel. And that free grace and free will concur, in the affair of man's salvation.
Beach, John, 1700-1782
[Newport, R.I.]: : Newport: printed by the Widow Franklin, at the Town-School-House, 1745. Newport: Re-printed at the Office of the Newport Mercury., 1806
1806
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A sermon, shewing, that eternal life is God's free gift, bestowed upon men according to their moral behaviour. And that free grace and free will concur, in the affair of man's salvation.
Beach, John, 1700-1782
Newport [R.I.]: : Printed by the Widow Franklin, at the town-school-house,, 1745
1745
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Three discourses, casuistical and practical: I.--Concerning the children's mocking the Prophet Elisha. 2 Kings. ii, 23, 24. II.--Explaining the true sense and meaning of those declarations the last shall be first, and the first last, and that many are called but few chosen. Mat. xx, 16. III.--Shewing the reason and propriety of rejoicing at the dissolution of the Jewish state. Or, the destruction of Jerusalem, and the Temple, a proof of Christ's kingdom in heaven.-- From Luke, xxi, 28.
Beach, John, 1700-1782
Boston, : Printed by Mein and Fleeming, at the new printing-office, in Newbury-Street., [1768]
1768
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Three discourses, casuistical and practical I.--Concerning the children's mocking the Prophet Elisha. 2 Kings. ii, 23, 24. II.--Explaining the true sense and meaning of those declarations the last shall be first, and the first last, and that many are called but few chosen Mat. xx, 16. III.--Shewing the reason and propriety of rejoicing at the dissolution of the Jewish state. Or, the destruction of Jerusalem, and the Temple, a proof of Christ's kingdom in heaven.-- From Luke, xxi, 28. By J. Beach
Beach, John, 1700-1782
Boston : Printed by Mein and Fleeming, at the new printing-office, in Newbury-Street, [1768]
1768
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An appeal to the unprejudiced. In a supplement to the Vindication of the worship of God according to the Church of England, from the injurious and uncharitable reflections of Mr. Jonathan Dickinson.
Beach, John, 1700-1782
Boston: : [s.n.], Printed in the year 1737
1737
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A vindication of the worship of God according to the Church of England, from the aspersions cast upon it by Mr. Jonathan Dickinson, in a sermon preached at Newark, June 2. 1726. and by J.G. Being a letter to the members of the Church of England at Newark.
Beach, John, 1700-1782
[New York] : Printed and sold by William Bradford in N. York,, 1736
1736
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