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SOBER (a) appeal to a Turk or an
Indian, concerning the plain sense of Scripture, relating to the Trinity. Being an answer to Mr. J. Watts's late book, intitled, The Christian doctrine of the Trinity, or Father, Son, and Spirit, three Persons and one God, asserted and proved, by plain evidence of Scripture, without the aid or incumbrance of human schemes. [By Martin ToMKINS.] London, M.DCC.xxII. Octavo. Pp. viii. 155.” The second edition. To which are added I. Remarks on Dr. Watts's Three dissertations relating to the doctrine of the Trinity, published 1724. II. A sober appeal to all that have read the New Testament, whether the reputed Orthodox are not more justly chargeable with preaching a new Gospel, than reputed Arians. III. A reply to Dr. Waterland's Animadversions upon some passages in the Sober appeal. London: MDCCXLVIII. Octavo. Pp. viii. 32O.
SOBER (the) conformists answer to a rigid conformists reasons, why in this juncture no alteration should be made in the government of the Church of Scotland. By a lover of peace and truth. [William KER.] Printed in the year 1689. Quarto."
SOBER (a) enquiry into the grounds of the present differences in the Church of Scotland. Wherein the matters under debate are fairly stated ; the differences adjusted; and Mr. Hadow's Detections considered and weighed. |. Robert RICCALTOUN, minister of obkirk.]
Printed in the year MDCCXXIII. Octavo. Pp. xv. 446.” [Orme, Bib. Bib.]
SOBER (a) enquiry into the nature, measure, and principle of moral virtue, its distinction from gospel-holiness. With reflections upon what occurs disserviceable to truth and religion in this matter; in three late books, viz. Ecclesiastical policy. Defence and continuation. And Reproof to the Rehearsal transpos'd. By R. F. [Robert FERGUSON.] . London, 1673. Octavo. Pp. 12. b. t. 327.” [Brit. Mus.)
S O B E R (a) reply, on behalf of the people called Qyakers, to two petitions against them, (the one out of Norfolk, and the other from Bury in Suffolk) being some brief observations upon them. Published on occasion of Francis Bugg's exposing one of the said petitions in print, and commending the other, &c. With many unjust aggravations and misrepresentations in his late book, falsly stiled A modest defence, &c. [By Thomas ELLWOOD.] London: 1699. Quarto. Pp. 16.” [Smith's Cat. of Friends' books, i. 566.]
SOBER (a) reply to Mr. Higgs's merry arguments, from the light of nature, for the tritheistick doctrine of the Trinity. With a postscript relating to the Reverend Dr. Waterland. [By Joseph HALL, serjeant-at-arms to the king.] London: 1720. Octavo. Pp. 38. b. t." [M. and Q., 4 July 1863, p. 6.]
SOBER sadness; or historicall observations upon the proceedings, pretences & designs of a prevailing party in both Houses of Parliament, with the resolution of all loyall subjects and true Protestants of the Church of England, thereupon. [By L. WoMOCK ? [Oxford P] 1643. Quarto. [W., Brit. Mus.]
SOBER (a) whisper, concerning the evil of things present, and the good cf things to come. By Tho. Narjenn. [Thomas TANNER.]
London, 1665. Quarto. Pp. 15.” [Bodl.)
SOBER (a) word to a serious people : or, a moderate discourse respecting as well the Seekers, (so called) as the present Churches. Wherein the difference between them touching visible administrations, is discovered and discussed : and may serve as a plea for the nations ministery. By a lover of truth and peace. [John JACKSON } London, 1651. Quarto. 9 sh. [Smith, Bib. Anti-Quaker., p. 247.]
SOCIAL bliss considered : in marriage and divorce ; cohabiting unmarried, and public whoring. Containing things necessary to be known by all that seek mutual felicity, and are ripe for the enjoyment of it. With the speech of Miss Polly Baker; and notes thereon. [By Peter ANNET.]
London: M Dcc XLIx. Octavo." SOCIAL (the) conduct of a Christian
SOCINIANISM unmasked : in four letters to the lay-members of the Church of Scotland, and especially to those of the Collegiate Church of Ayr : occasioned by Dr. M'Gill’s Practical essay on the death of Jesus Christ. Proving that he denies the great doctrines of the atonement, of the deity of our Lord, &c. &c. To which are added, a letter to the Doctor, and an humble address to the members of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland. By a friend to truth. [J. JAMIESON, D.D.] The second edition, corrected and enlarged : with reflections on the influence of the Socinian doctrine on holiness of life. Edinburgh: M. Dcc.xc. Octavo."
SOFTNESS A novel By the author of
“Hardness.” [Capt. Charles KNox.] In three volumes.
London: 1842. Duodecimo."
SOME clear truths particularly demonstrated unto the King and council, and both Houses of Parliament, with all judges, justices, merchants, and shipmasters, why the innocent and peaceable people, called Quakers, ought not to be banished out of their native land, or any other way exposed to sufferings. Also, the law described in its nature and end. With a postscript to all honest, sober, and impartial jurors. By W. S. [William SMITH.] Printed at London, in the year, 1664. Quarto. Pp. 12.* [Bodl.]
SOME considerations about the case of scandal, or giving offence to weak brethren. [By Benjamin CALAMY, D.D.] London: 1683. Pp. 60."
SOME considerations about the reconcileableness of reason and revelation ;