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The most important truths and duties of Christianity stated : designed for those in the lower stations of life, particularly for the instruction of such, as cannot read / by James Stonhouse.

Author/creator Stonhouse, James, Sir, 1716-1795
Format Book and Print
Edition7th ed.
Publication InfoLondon : Printed for J.F. and C. Rivington, and sold by E. Palmer, Bristol, 1790.
Description4 unnumbered pages, 26 pages, 2 unnumbered pages ; 12°
Subject(s)
Local noteLibrary copy imperfect: lacking first two leaves, including title page. Includes autograph of Wm. Whitford on front paste-down. Francis Daugherty Humanities and Fine Arts Collection, Joyner Library, East Carolina University.
General noteWith a final advertisement leaf.
General notePrice from imprint: price Two-Pence single; and Thirteen Shillings an Hundred to such well-disposed Persons, as buy a Number to give away.
With noteBound with: Catholic Christianity: or, an essay toward lessening the number of controversies among Christians / by Edward Synge -- An essay toward making the knowledge of religion easy to the meanest capacity / by Edward Synge -- The way to eternal salvation plainly pointed out / by Edward Synge -- The duties of the poor; particularly in the education of their children / by F.T. Travell -- Serious advice and warning to servants, more especially those of the nobility and gentry / by Thomas Broughton -- The Christian Soldier: or, the duties of a religious life recommended to the Army / by Thomas Broughton -- The country clergyman's advice to his parishioners -- The country gentlemans advice to his neighbours / by E.W., Esq. -- A plain and serious exhortation to prisoners, both debtors and criminals -- The excellent daughter : a discourse / by White Kennet.
References English Short Title Catalogue, N35177
Acquisitions source Purchased from Antiquates Ltd., 3/28/2019
Genre/formSammelbands (Provenance) 17th century.

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