The causes of impenitence consider'd: as well in the case of extraordinary warnings, as under the ge...
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The causes of impenitence consider'd: as well in the case of extraordinary warnings, as under the general laws of providence, and grace: A sermon preach'd at Harbury in Warwickshire, May 4. 1755. On occasion of a conversation said to have pass'd between one of the inhabitants, and an apparition, in the Church-Yard belonging to that place. By Richard Jago M.A. vicar of Harbury|
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Oxford: Printed at the Theatre for the benefit of the Free-School at Harbury: and sold by R. Baldwin, R. and J. Dodsley, and E. Withers, in London; Mr. Clements and Mr. Fletcher at Oxford, Mr. Leake at Bath, Mr. Lacy at Northampton, Mr. Hopkinson and Mr. Keating at Warwick, Mr. Keating at Stratford, Mr. Warren at Birmingham, and Mr. Harris at Glocester, MDCCLV
Online-Ausg.. Farmington Hills, Mich: Cengage Gale, 2009
|Source:||Eighteenth Century Collections Online / ECCO|