A defence of several proposals for raising of three millions for the service of the government, for the year 1746: With a postscript, containing some notions relating to publick credit
Barnard, John ; Osborn, J
London. Printed for J. Osborn, at the Golden-Ball, in Pater-noster Row. 1746. 77, p.
A defence of tabacco
Amsterdam . Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. 1968. 70 p.
A Defence of the Absolution given to Sr. William Perkins at the Place of Execution. April the 3d: With a Farther Vindication thereof, Occasioned by a Paper, entituled a Declaration of the Sense of the Arch-Bishops and Bishops, &c
Collier, Jeremy ; Collier, Jeremy
[London]. [s.n.]. 1696. [ii], 14 p.
A defence of the account, published by Alexander Kilham, of his trial before the London conference, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-six: in answer to Messrs. Mather, Pawson, and Benson
Leeds. Printed by Binns and Brown, and sold by all the distributors of the Methodist Monitor. . vi, 58p.
A defence of the amendments, proposed in the corn laws: being an answer to a pamphlet, intitled, "Observations on the acts of Parliament
Dublin. printed for G. Faulkner. 1768. 29p.
A defence of the ancient, legal, and constitutional, right of the people, to elect representatives for every session of Parliament: viz. not only "every year once," but also "more often if need be" : as expressly required in the old statute, and confirmed by the general usage of ancient times, demonstrated by the evidence of the original writs for election : in a letter to a member of the Surry Committee
London. Printed by Galabin and Baker. 1780. 16 p.
A defence of the antient historians: with a particular application of it to the history of Ireland
Dublin. printed by George Grierson. 1733. xv,270p.
A defence of the Apologie of the Churche of Englande, conteininge an answere to a certain booke lately set foorthe by M. Hardinge and entituled, A confutation of [the apologie of the Churche of England]
Jewel, John ; Harding, Thomas
London. H. Wykes. 1570. (42),801(6)p.
A defence of the appendix; or, A reply to certaine authorities alleaged in... An appendix to the antidote: wherein... The Fisher catched in his owne net is censured, and the sleights of D. Featly and D. White... discovered
Sweet, John ; D., L ; L. D
[St. Omer. n. pub.]. 1624.
A defence of the author's conduct in certain changes of opinion and practice which have produced a total separation from his former religious connections: with some observations on Mr. Andrew Fuller's late publication entitled 'Strictures on Sandemanianism'
Birmingham. James Belcher and Son. 1811.
A Defence of the Bank of England, or, A Reply to a late pamphlet entitul'd [sic] "Remarks upon the Bank of England, etc
A defence of the Baptists: or, the baptism of believers by immersion the only baptism of the Christian dispensation
Gibbs, George ; Vicary, J. A
Bristol. J.A. Vicary. Office - Ebenezer House, Dalrymple Road. . ,iv,,6-192p.
A Defence of the Baptists: or, the baptism of believers by immersion shewn to be the only baptism of the Christian dispensation
London. Published by Simpkin and Marshall, Stationers' Hall Court and Waugh and Innes, Edinburgh. 1829. ,viii-xvi,,2-359,p. : 8vo.
A defence of the Baptists against the aspersions & misrepresentations of Mr. Peter Edwards, late pastor of the Baptist church, at Portsea, Hants. in his book, entitled Candid reasons, for renouncing the principles of antip©Œdobaptism: in a series of letters
Jenkins, Joseph ; Barfield, John ; Martin, John ; Button, William ; Knott, Thomas ; Murray, John ; Gardiner, Thomas ; Taylor, Daniel
London. Printed by J. Barfield, No. 385, Oxford-Street; and sold by J. Martin, Bookseller, No. 432, Oxford-Street...and 6 others. 1795. ,iv,,2-129,p.
[A defence of the Bible: in reply to Thomas Paine's Age of reason : compiled from the answers to that book
[Huddersfield. Printed and sold by J. Brook...sold also by Scatcherd and Whitaker, London; Wilson and Co., York; Binns and Greenwood, Leeds. 1795?]. ,4-84p.
A defence of the British & Foreign School Society against the remarks in the sixty-seventh number of the 'Edinburgh review'
London. Hatchard & Son. 1821. 48p.
A defence of the Case fairly stated, against a late pamphlet, intitled, Truth against craft
Dublin. R. Main. 1754. 26 p.
A defence of the Case fairly stated, against a late pamphlet, intitled, Truth against craft, or sophistry andfalsehood detected
Dublin. printed for R. Main. 1754. 26p.
A defence of the character and conduct of the late Mary Wollstonecraft Godwin: founded on principles of nature and reason, as applied to the peculiar circumstances of her case, in a series of letters to a lady
London. Printed for James Wallis. 1803. viii, 160 p.
A defence of the character of the late Richard Archbold, Esq.; formerly a jesuit; in confutation of the false reasoning, and many groundless calumnies, contained in a Popish pamphlet, entitled, A letter to the Right Revd. the Lord Bishop of Down and Connor, &c: Together with a supplement; exhibiting a view of some of the most pernicious tenets of Popery; and affording anadumbration of the sole ground, on which all dissenters from the establishment (whether Protestant or Popish) can justly claim a religious toleration
Belfast). Printed by Henry and Robert Joy (in High Street. 1769. 66p.
A Defence of the Charter, and Municipal Rights of the City of London: And the Rights of other Municipal Cities and Towns of England : Directed to the Citizens of London
London. Printed and are to be sold, by Richard Baldwin near the Black Bull in the Old-bailey. . [i], 46 p.
A defence of the charter, and municipal rights of the City of London. And the rights of other municipal cities and towns of England. Directed to the citizens of London
London. Printed and are to be sold by Richard Baldwin. [ca.1682].
A defence of the churches right in leasehold estates in answer to ... An enquiry into the customary estates and tenant-rights of those who hold lands of the church
Derham, W ; Burroughs, Samuel
London. Innys. 1731. 36 p.
A defence of the Church of England: in a series of discourses preach'd at Oldswinford in Worcestershire on Ephesians 5, 27
Stourbridge. by J. Rollason. 1795. , 136 p.
A defence of the Church of England against disestablishment: with an introductory letter to the Rt. Hon. W. E. Gladstone, M.P
Selborne, Roundell Palmer
London. Macmillan. 1888. xxxvii, 381p.
A defence of the Church of England against disestablishment ... byRoundell, Earl of Selborne
Selborne, Roundell Palmer
London. Macmillan. 1888.
A defence of the church of England in a series of discourses preached at Oldswinford, in Worcestershire
Stourbridge. Rollason. 1795. 136p.
A defence of the clergy of the Church of England, in a letter to the Rev. William Jesse, Rector of Dowles, occasioned by his Parochialia
Glocester. printed by R. Raikes, for the author; and sold by J. F. and C. Rivington, and R. Baldwin, London; Clare, Bewdley; Pearson and Rollason, Birmingham; Smart, Wolverhampton; Hughes, Dudley. 1786. ,94p.
A defence of the commonly-received doctrine of the human soul: as an immaterial and naturally-immortal principle in man, against the objections of some modern writers : including the true scripture-doctrine of death, life, and immortality, and of the necessity and extent of the Christian redemption
Bristol. Printed for T.Cadell. 1766. xxi, 174p.
A defence of the common rights of Christians: and of the sufficiency and perfection of scripture, without the aid of human schemes, creeds, confessions, &c
London. First published in 1737, and reprinted for the British and Foreign Unitarian Association. 1829. vii, 60p.
A defence of the common rights of Christians; and of the sufficiency and perfection of scripture, without theaid of human schemes, creeds, confessions, etc
London. British and Foreign Unitarian Association. 1829.
A defence of the ... company ... against the complaints of the Dutch East-India company: being a memorial from the English company to His Majesty
London. (The Company). 1762. 71 p., plates.
A defence of the conduct of the people of Ireland in their unanimous refusal of Mr. Wood's copper-money. Wherein all the arguments, advanced in favour of it, are particularly considered
Dublin. printed for George Ewing. 1724. 45,p.
A defence of the Constitution: or, An answer to an argument in the case of Mr. Moor
Dublin. printed and sold by M. Gunne. 1714. 26 p.
A defence of the constitution of England against the libels that have been lately published on it: particularly in Paine's pamphlet on the Rights of man
Dublin. Printed for P. Byrne. 1791. 54p.
A defence of the constitution of Great Britain and Ireland, as bylaw established, against the innovating and levelling attempts of the Friends to annual Parliaments and universal suffrage
Hereford. J. Allen. 1817. 95, 40p.
A defence of the constitutions of the government of the United States of America
London. Printed for C. Dilly, in the Poultry. 1787. xxxi, 392 p.
A defence of the Contagious Diseases Acts and of government lock hospitals
Lowndes, Frederic Walter
[Glasgow. Printed by Alex. MacDougall]. 1883. 20 p.
A defence of the convention: a speech delivered at Dundalk, June 25, 1917
Plunkett, Horace Curzon
Dublin. Maunsel. 1917. 13 p.
A defence of the convention concluded in Portugal on the 30th of August, 1808, between the Commander-in-chief of the British troops and the Commander-in-chief of the French troops in that country
London. Printed by W. Flint for J.J. Stockdale. 1808. 78p.
A defence of the convention concluded in Portugal on the 30th of August, 1808, between the Commander-in-chief of the British troops and the Commander-in-chief of the French troops on that country
London. printed by W. Flint, for John Joseph Stockdale. 1808. ,78p.
A defence of the courage, honor, and loyalty of the Irish nation: in answer to scandalous reflections in the Free Briton, &c. with some extraordinary particulars relating to the battles of the Boyne, Aughrim, sieges of Limerick, Benburb, Cremona, Spires, Dettingen, Fontenoy, &c
Dublin. Published by James Duffy. 1844. 57p.
A defence of the Crisis, written by Mr Steele: containing a farther vindication of the late happy revolution andthe Protectant Succession to the Crown of England, in the illustrions House of Hanover
London. [s.n.]. 1714.
A defence of the deity and atonement of Jesus Christ
Belfast. Printed by Simms and McIntyre. 1824. 8p.
A defence of the Discourse of schism, in answer to those objections, which Mr. Shepherd has made in his Three sermons of separation, &c
Cambridge. printed at the University Press, for Edmund Jeffery: and are to be sold by James Knapton, London. 1709. ,107,p.
A defence of the Dissertation on the validity of the English ordinations
Le Courayer, Pierre Francʹois
A defence of the doctrine of double effect
A defence of the doctrine of the Holy Trinity, and the incarnation of the Son of God, from the testimony of the most ancient Jews: in eight sermons, preached at the Lady Moyer's lecture, in the cathedral-church of St. Paul, 1739, and 1740 : and since greatly enlarged, with useful notes and appendixes
London. Printed for C. Rivington ... and T. Longman. 1741. 10, 404 p.
A defence of the doctrine of the trinity, and eternal sonship of our Lord Jesus Christ, as revealed in the Scriptures: in opposition to a late scheme of temporal sonship
Edinburgh. Printed for the author and sold by J. Buckland. . v,,97 p.
A defence of the doctrine touching the spring and weight of the air
Printed by J.G. for Thomas Robinson. 1662.
A defence of the documentary: "Hollywood's Arthur portrayals of the Arthurian legend in popular cinema 1967-1995"
Fessey, Stephen David
Birmingham. University of Birmingham. 1999.
A defence of the enquiry into the reasons of the conduct of Great-Britain, &c: Occasioned by the paper published in the Country-Journal, or Craftsman; on Saturday Jan. 4, 1728-9
Hoadly, Benjamin ; Hoadly, Benjamin
[s.l.]. [s.n.]. .
A defence of the establish'd church and laws: in answer to a book entitul'd A vindication of marriage, as solemniz'd by Presbyterians in the North of Ireland
Dublin. Printed by F. Brocas. 1705. 336 p.
A defence of the Examination of Mr Warburton's account of the theocracy of the Jews: being, an Answer to his Remarks, so far as they concern Dr Sykes
Sykes, Arthur Ashley ; Warburton, William
London. printed for J. and P. Knapton. 1746.
A Defence of the Exposition of the Doctrine of the Church of England, against the Exceptions of Monsieur de Meaux, Late Bishop of Condom, and his Vindicator: The Contents are in the next Leaf
London. Printed for Richard Chiswell, at the Rose and Crown in S. Paul's Church-Yard. 1686. [iii], xxiv, , 104, , 107-166,  p.
A defence of the history of infant baptism against the reflections of Mr Gale and others
Wall, William ; Gale, John
London. Printed for R. Bonwicke, T. Goodwin, J. Walthoe, S. Wotton, S. Manship. 1720.
A defence of the innocencie of the three ceremonies of the Church of England, viz. the surplice, crosse after baptisme and kneeling at the receiving of the blessed sacrament
London. (W. Stansby?) for William Barret. 1618. , 308p.
A defence of the Landlords of Ireland: with remarks on the relation between Landlord and tenant
Simpson, W. W
London. Olivier; (etc.). 1847. 59 p.
A defence of the Liturgie of the Church of England, or Book of Common Prayer in a dialogue betweene Novatus and Irenaeus
London. Printed by W.S. for Robert Milbourne. 1630.
A defence of the London female penitentiary: in reply to the charge of "Dangerous tendency" brought against it by Mr. William Hale
London. The Author. 1809. 46 p.
A defence of the loyal inhabitants of Dudley
London. Printed by S.Fawcett. 1820. iv, 32 p.
A defence of the loyal inhabitants of Dudley by a member of the Pitt club
London. 1820. 32p.
A defence of the majority in the House of Commons, on the question relating to general warrants: In answerto "The defence of the minority"
London. printed for J.Wilkie. 1764. ,52p.
A Defence of the measures of the present administration: Being an impartial answer to what has been objected against it: in a letter to --
London. printed for J. Peele at Locke's Head in Amen-Corner, Pater-noster-row. MDCCXXXI . 32p. : 8vo.
A defence of the memorial of the reformation: against the exceptions of Presbyterian prejudice display'd by an hearty wellwisher of the established church : with a particular enquiry into the authors and abettors of the Irish massacre
London. Printed for J. Morley, at the Cross-Keys in thePoultrey. 1723. 169 (i.e. 170) p.
A defence of the Methodists: in five letters, addressed to the Rev. Dr. Tatham, containing sundry remarks on a late discourse, preached by that gentleman at four of the churches in Oxford, and entitled "A sermon suitable to the times."
Benson, Joseph ; Paramore, G ; Whitfield, G
London. printed by G. Paramore; and sold by G. Whitfield; and at the Methodist Preaching-Houses in town and country. 1793. 68, p. : 12mo.
A Defence of the minority in the House of Commons, on the question relating to general warrants
London. printed for J.Almon. 1764. ,p.
A Defence of the minority in the House of Commons, on the question relating to general warrants: To which is added, a defence of the majority, in answer to that of the minority
Townshend, Charles ; Lloyd, Charles
Dublin. Printed for Elizabeth Watts. 1765. 47p.
A defence of the most holy and adorable sacrifice of the Mass, against the various charges made against it; showing that there must be a sacrifice in the new law, and that the Mass is that sacrifice, not a mere representation excluding the real presence of Jesus Christ
Dublin. Catholic Book Society. 1842. 144 p.
A defence of the New-England charters
London. printed for J. Almon. . 88p.
A defence of the Observations on the assiento trade, as it hath been exercised by the South-Sea Company, &c
Observations on the assiento trade, author of
London. H. Whitridge. 1728. vi, 66 p.
A defence of theological ethics: Hulsean lectures, 1964
Woods, F. G
A defence of theological ethics: Hulsean lectures 1964
Woods, G. F
Cambridge. Cambridge University Press. 1966. 136p.
A Defence of the Papers written by the Late King of Blessed Memory: And Duchess of York : Against the Answer made to Them
London. Printed by H. Hills, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty for His Houshold and Chappel. 1686. [vi], 126,  p.
A defence of the papers written by the late King of blessed memory, and Duchess of York, against the answer made to them: By command
Dryden, John ; Charles ; Anne ; Stillingfleet, Edward ; Hills, Henry
London. Printed by H. Hills, printer to the King's most excellent majesty for his houshold and chappel. 1686. , 126, p.
A defence of the Parliament of 1640 and the people of England, against King Charles I and his adherents
[s.l.]. [s.n.]. 1698.
A defence of the Pentateuch
[s.l.]. [s.n.]. .
A defence of the people: in reply toörd Erskine's "Two defences of the Whigs,"
Broughton, John Cam Hobhouse
London. R. Stodart. 1819. 1 p. l., 204 p.
A defence of the people: or, Full confutation of the pretended facts, advan'd in a late huge, angry pamphlet; call'd Faction detected. In a letter to the author of that weighty performance
Egmont, John Percival
London. printed for J. Robinson. 1744.
A defence of the people denominated Methodists: being the substance of an oration, delivered at the Westminster Forum, on Monday evening, the 24th of April, 1797, on the discussion of the following question 'Ought the people denominated Methodists, to be considered as artful hypocrites, gloomy enthusiasts and contracted bigots, or men of genuine piety, who have revived the great work of religion among mankind'
Prince, John Henry
London. Printed for the author. 1797.
A defence of the principles of the English reformation from the attacks of the Tractarians, or, A second plea for the reformed church
Bird, Charles Smith
London. J. Hatchard and Son. 1843. xi, 324p.
A defence of the profession of an actor
London. printed for W. Miller. 1800.
A defence of the Protestant clergy in the south of Ireland: in answer to the charges against them, contained in the Rt. Hon. Henry Grattan's speeches relating to tithes, as they are printed, and said to have been delivered in the House of Commons, on Thursday the 14th, and Tuesday the 19th of February, 1788 : With a postscript containing some remarks on his last speeech(sic) on the re-agitation of tithes, delivered the 11th of April, 1788
Authenticus ; Grattan, Henry
Dublin. printed by P. Byrne. 1788. iv,v,-121,p.
A defence of the Protestant clergy in the south of Ireland, in answer to the charges against them, contained in the Rt. Hon. Henry Grattan's speeches relating to tithes, as they are printed, and said to have been delivered in the House of Commons, on Thursday the 14th, and Tuesday the 19th of February, 1788. With a postscript containing some remarks on his last speech on the re-agitation of tithes, delivered the 11th of April, 1788
Authenticus ; Grattan, Henry ; Byrne, Patrick
Dublin. Printed by P. Byrne, No.108, Grafton-Street. M.DCC.LXXXVIII. . iv, 121,  p. : 8vo.
A defence of the Protestant Dissenters: in answer to the misrepresentations of Dr. Sherlock, in his Vindication of the Corporation and Test Acts
London. John Clark. 1718. 47 p.
A defence of the Rector and Fellows of Exeter College from the accusations brought against them by the Reverend Dr Huddesford...in his speech to the Convocation...1754
London. Printed for J. Bouquet. 1754. 63p.
A defence of the reformation
1815. 2 vols.
A defence of the resolution of this case, viz: whether the Church of England's symbolising so far as it doth with the Church of Rome, makes it unlawfull to hold Communion with the Church of England
Fowler, Edward ; J. H ; Aylmer, Brabazon
London. Printed by J.H. for B. Aylmer, at the Three Pigeons, against the Royal Exchange in Cornhill. 1684. 52p.
A defence of the revival of printing
New York. Battery Park. 1978.
A defence of the revival of printing
[London]. [Vale Press]. 1899.
A defence of the Right Honourable the Earl of Shelburne, from the reproaches of his numerous enemies: In a letter to Sir George Savile, Bart. and intended for the direction of all other Members of Parliament, whose object is rather to restore the glory of the British Empire, than administer to the views of a faction : To which is added a postscript addressed to the Right Honourable John Earl of Stair
London. printed for J. Stockdale. 1782. ,96p.
A defence of the Right Reverend the Lord Bishop of Bangor: with remarks on a most extraordinary trial
London. J. Walker. 1796. 48 p.
A Defence of the Rights of the Christian Church: Against A Late Visitation Sermon, intitled, The Rights of the Clergy in the Christian Church asserted; Preach'd at Newport Pagnell in the County of Bucks, by W. Wotton, B.D
London. [s.n.]. Printed in the Year 1707. 55 p.
A defence of the sacrifice of the masse
London. John Herforde. 1546.
A defence of the Scots Highlanders, in general: and some learned characters, in particular with a new and satisfactory account of the Picts, Scots, Fingal, Ossian, and his poems : as also of the Macs, clans, Bodotria, and several other particulars respecting the high antiquities of Scotland
Buchanan, John Lanne
London. Printed for J. Egerton. 1794. vi, 286 p.
A defence of the Scots Highlanders, in general, and some characters, in particular: with a new and satisfactory account ofthe Picts, Scots, Fingal, Ossian, and his poems: as also, of the Macs, Clans, Bodotria, and several other particulars respecting the high antiquities of Scotland
Buchanan, John Lanne
London. printed for J. Egerton, W. Stewart, and W. Richardson. 1794.
A defence of the scripture-history so far as it concerns the resurrection of Jairus's daughter; the widow of Nain's son; and Lazarus: in answer to Mr. Woolston's fifth discourse on our Saviour's miracles, with a preface, containing some remarks on his answer to the Lord Bishop of St. David's
London. Printed forJohn Pemberton. 1730.
A defence of the scripture-history so far as it concerns the resurrection of of Jairus's daughter; the widow of Nain's son; and Lazarus: in answer to Mr Woolston's fifth discourse on our Saviour's miracle. With a preface, containing some remarks on his answer to the Lord Bishop of St Davids
Stebbing, Henry ; Woolston, Thomas
London. printed for JohnPemberton. 1730.
A defence of the Seasonable Advice, in answer to the Reverend, Mr. Charles Mastertoun's [sic.] Apology for the Northern Presbyterians in Ireland: wherein the differences between the Subscribers and Non-subscribers are atated, and the reasonableness of their continuing in Communion is proved
Abernethy, John ; Weld, N ; Boyse, J ; Choppin, R
Belfast. Printed by James Blow, and are to be sold at his shhop. 1724. viii, 216p.
A defence of the Serampore Mahratta version of the New Testament: in reply to the animadversions of an anonymous writer in the Asiatic Journal for September, 1829
London. Printed for Samuel Bagster. 1830. ,iv,,2-78p.
A defence of the Short view of the profaneness and immorality of the English stage
New York. Garland Pub. 1972. 6, 139 p.
A defence of the Short view of the profaneness and immorality of the English stage, &c: being areply to Mr. Congreve's Amendments, &c. and to the Vindication of the author of The relapse
London. S. Keble and R. Sare. 1705. 139 p.
A defence of the sincere and true translations of the Holy Scriptures into the English tongue, against the cavils of Gregory Martin
Fulke, William ; Hartshorne, Charles Henry
Cambridge. Cambridge University Press. 1843.
A defence of the slave trade on the grounds of humanity, policy and justice
London. printed by J. Hales and sold by J. Highley. 1804.
A defence of the social principles: delivered in the Social Institution, Salford : being an answer to a lecture delivered by the Rev. J. R. Beard on Sunday, the 30th, 1837
Haslam, C. J
Manchester. J. Kiernan, jnr. . 11p.
A defence of the sole and entire coprorate and deliberative rights and franchises of the Lord mayor, aldermen, and livery of London, in Common hall assembled
London. printed by Barr. 1797. 54 p.
A Defence of the System Adopted in the Corporation Schools of Liverpool
Liverpool. (printed by) Wales and Baines. 1836. 46p.
A defence of the testimony of the early Church against the Latin doctrine of transubstantiation: in reply to the recent objections of the Rev. George Corless
Faber, George Stanley
London. J. Murray. 1827. 15 p.
A Defence of the Three Letters to a Gentleman Dissenting from the Church of England: Against a Pamphlet, entitled, The Dissenting Gentleman's Answer to the Reverend Mr. White's Three Letters, &c
London. Printed for C. Davis against Gray's inn, Holbourn; W. Craighton at Ipswich; And M. Cooper, at the Globe in Pater-Noster-Row. 1746. 44 p.
A defence of the three letters to a gentleman dissenting from the Church of England, against a pamphlet, entitled, The Dissenting Gentleman's Answer to the Reverend Mr. White's three letters, &c
Belfast). London printed: and Belfast, Re-printed by James Magee (in Bridgestreet, near the Four-corners. 1747. 44p.
A defence of the trueand Catholike doctrineof the sacrament of the body and bloud of our sauiour Christ: with a confutation of sundry errors concernying the same, grounded and stablished upon Goddes holy woorde, & approued by [the] consent of the moste auncient doctors of the churche
Cranmer, Thomas ; Wolfe, Reyner
[Imprinted at London in Poules churcheyarde, at the signe of the Brasen serpent]. [By Reynold Wolfe]. . 117p.
A defence of the validity of the English ordinations and of the sucession of the bishops in the Church of England
Le Courayer, Pierre Francois ; Williams, Daniel
London. Printed by H.P. for W. & J. Innys. 1728. xxiv,416,p.
A defence of The vindication of K. Charles the Martyr; justifying His Majesty's title to Eikon Basilike In answerto a late pamphlet intituled Amyntor
London. printed by W. Bowyer. 1699.
A defence of the Vindication of the deprived bishops: in a reply to Dr. Hody
London. 1695. 111 p.
A defence of the way to the true Church, against A.D. his reply
London. for William Barret. 1614.
Adefence of the Wesleyan missionaries in Southern Africa: comprising copies of a correspondence with the Reverend John Philip , an introduction and appendix
Shaw, William ; Philip, John
(Pretoria. State Library. 1976). 79 p.
A defence of the Westminster Confession of Faith and the General Synod of Ulster, in reply to a pamphletby the Rev. J. Carlile, Dublin, on the "Use and Abuse of Creeds and Confessions"
Belfast). Printed by Bowden (1, High Street and Cornmarket). 1837. 80p.
A defence of true liberty
New York . Garland Pub. 1977. 253p.