Author:William Beveridge

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William Beveridge
(1637–1708)
English Bishop of St. Asaph. (This reference states his birthyear as being 1638.)
William Beveridge

Works[edit]

  • De linguarum orientalium, praesertim hebraicae, chaldaicae, syriacae, rabicae, & samaritanae praestantia, necessitate, & utilitate quam & Theologis praestant & Philosophis (1658)
Excellency and Use of the Oriental Tongues, especially Hebrew, Chaldee, Syriac, and Samaritan, together with a Grammar of the Syriac Language
  • Institutiones Chronologicæ (1669)
  • Συνοδυκόν (1672)
  • Vindication of his Collection of the Canons (1679)
  • Excellency and Usefulness of the Common Prayer (1681)
  • A sermon preach'd before the Lords spiritual and temporal in Parliament assembled in the abbey church at Westminster, January the 30th 1695/6 being the day of the martyrdom of King Charles I (1708)
  • Private thoughts upon religion, digested into twelve articles, with practical resolutions form'd thereupon (1709) (external scan)
  • Private Thoughts upon a Christian Life (1709)
  • The Great Necessity ... of Public Prayer and Frequent Communion (1710)
  • Defence of the Book of Psalms (1710)
  • Exposition of the 39 Articles (1710)
  • Thesaurus theologicus, or, a complete system of divinity: summ'd up in brief notes upon select places of the Old and New Testament (1711)

Works about Beveridge[edit]

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