Min year: 1745, Max year: 1755, Max count: 2
- 1745: An apology for the clergy, in a letter to a gentleman of fortune, and great reading, lately turn'd Methodist and hermit: Wherein is Shewn the Weakness of those Objections, Which Separatists in general pretend first induc'd them to leave the Establish'd Church, and to look out for better Guides somewhere else. By J. Maud, M. A. Vicar of St. Neots, in the County of Huntingdon.
- 1753: An introductory discourse to the tremendous sanction impartially debated, Principally, And with undissembled Humility, addressed to the serious Attention of the Grand Council of the Nation; containing, Amongst several other Interesting Subjects, an inquiry into the real causes of the late rapid progress of profaneness and immorality; And pointing out such Remedies for the Suppression of National Impieties, as the Author, with great Submission, is willing to hope may not be altogether unworthy the Notice of the Ruling Powers in Church and State. By John Maud, A. M. Vicar of St. Neot's in Huntingdonshire, and Chaplain to His Grace the Duke of Manchester
- 1755: The doctrine of endless torments, freely and impartially debated, inquiring what credibility it hath from history, analogy, or scripture. With a discussion on the origin of evil. In four books. By John Maud, M. A. Vicar of St. Neots, Huntingdonshire; And Chaplain to His Grace The Duke of Manchester.
- 1755: The tremendous sanction; or, doctrine of endless torments
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