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A letter to the Rev. Richard Elliott, in refutation of his charges against the Unitarians, in a sermon, at Huddersfield, March 11, 1792. by  Thomas] [SMART - Hardcover - from John Drury Rare Books and Biblio.co.uk

A letter to the Rev. Richard Elliott, in refutation of his charges against the Unitarians, in a sermon, at Huddersfield, March 11, 1792.

by [SMART, Thomas]

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Huddersfield: printed and sold by J. Brook, n.d. [1792]. 12mo., iv + (5) - 23 + (1)pp., bound in 19th century black half calf over cloth boards, spine gilt and labelled, gilt edges. A very good copy. Only edition. Very rare. ESTC & OCLC locate copies at only 3 libraries: BL + NLS + John Rylands.> [bound with], MOORHOUSE, W[illiam]> The refutation refuted. A letter, addressed to Mr. T. Smart, printer, Huddersfield; in answer to a letter from him, addressed to Mr. Elliott, Methodist preacher.> Huddersfield: printed for, and sold by the author: sold also by J. Brook. 1792. 12mo., vi + (7) - 48pp. A very good copy. Only edition. Very rare. Copies located by OCLC & ESTC only at Trinity Cambridge + Wesley Coll. + York Minster + UCLA.> A pair of related pamphlets apparently supporting or challenging the controversial Unitarian view of God, a position already supported by Priestley (1770) but against which penal Acts were to be in force until 1813.
  • Bookseller: John Drury Rare Books GB (GB)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 23445
  • Title: A letter to the Rev. Richard Elliott, in refutation of his charges against the Unitarians, in a sermon, at Huddersfield, March 11, 1792.
  • Author: [SMART, Thomas]
  • Book condition: Used
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • Publisher: Huddersfield: printed and sold by J. Brook, n.d. [1792]


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