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Gordon, James, 1640?-1714
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Remarks on Sr Roger L'Estrange's edition of Æsops Fables. Adorn'd with variety of history, both ancient and modern
Gordon, James, 1640?-1714
London : printed and sold by J. Nutt, 1701
1701
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The character of a generous prince drawn from the great lines of heroick fortitude. From which by the rule of contraries, may be delineated the effigies of a prodigious tyrant. The vertues of the former, and the vices of the latter, being fully represented; by a pleasant variety of examples, from ancient and modern history. By a hearty well-wisher of Her Majesties government, and the Church of England.
Gordon, James, 1640?-1714
London : printed for Edw. Evets, 1703
1703
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A request to Roman Catholicks to answer the [q]ueries upon these their following tenets Their divine service in an unknown tongue ... XXII. Their uncharitableness to all other Christians
Gordon, James, 1640?-1714
London : Printed for Brab. Aylmer ..., 1687
1687
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A request to Roman Catholicks to answer the queries upon these their following tenets ...
Gordon, James, 1640?-1714
London : Printed for Brab. Aylmer ..., 1687
1687
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A request to Roman Catholicks to answer the queries upon these their following tenets ...
Gordon, James, 1640?-1714
London : Printed for Brab. Aylmer ..., 1687
1687
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Some charitable observations on a late Treatise of church lands & tithes; by Mr. Forbes advocat; and tendered to the publick by a moderat son of the Church of England
Gordon, James, 1640?-1714
Edinburgh : printed, in the year 1706, and sold by Mr. Andrew Symson and other booksellers there, [1706]
1706
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Some observations on the fables of Æsop as commented upon by Sir Roger L'Estrange, kt. Yet not on all, for some need not any addition or review, and there be many of them which are coincident as to the individual scope, I mean the same moral instruction, which is couched in them. Illustrated with several pertinent stories of antient and modern history. By a divine of the Church of Scotland
Gordon, James, 1640?-1714
Edinburgh : printed for Mr. Andrew Symson, and are to be sold by him at the foot of the Horse-Wynd in the Cowgate; and by Mr. Henry Knox in the Lucken-Booths, M. DCC. [1700]
1700
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