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Twenty discourses on the most important subjects; carefully abridged, from the works of Archbishop Tillotson, And adapted to the Meanest Capacities, With a View to their being Dispersed By those who are Charitably inclined. By D. Henry.

Twenty discourses on the most important subjects; carefully abridged, from the works of Archbishop Tillotson, And adapted to the Meanest Capacities, With a View to their being Dispersed By those who are Charitably inclined. By D. Henry.

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Twenty discourses on the most important subjects; carefully abridged, from the works of Archbishop Tillotson, And adapted to the Meanest Capacities, With a View to their being Dispersed By those who are Charitably inclined. By D. Henry.

by Tillotson, John; Henry, David

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London: London: printed for D. Henry and R. Cave, at St John's-Gate; and Sold by the Booksellers in Town and Country, 1763. Hardcover. Very Good. Second edition; octavo; [2],11,[1],214,[2]pp. In recent full brown cloth with gilt lettered title to spine. New endpapers, professional inner marginal repairs to first four leaves, unobtrusive occasional spots and browning, old ownership name to opening blank, overall a clean example. Sound and attractive copy of a scarce edition; ESTC T87869, citing 4xUK and 3xUS institutional locations.

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Twenty discourses on the most important subjects; carefully abridged, from the works of Archbishop Tillotson, And adapted to the Meanest Capacities, With a View to their being Dispersed By those who are Charitably inclined. By D. Henry.
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Tillotson, John; Henry, David
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Hardcover
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London: printed for D. Henry and R. Cave, at St John's-Gate; and Sold by the Booksellers in Town and Country
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London
Date Published
1763
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john tillotson david henry socinianism church england anglican protestant sermons
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