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Whittelsey, Samuel
THE WOFUL CONDITION OF IMPENITENT SOULS IN THEIR SEPARATE STATE. A SERMON PREACH'D TO THE OLD OR FIRST GATHER'D CHURCH IN BOSTON, ON THE LORD'S-DAY, APRIL 4. 1731
S. Kneeland and T. Green for S. Gerrish in Cornhill, Boston, N.E, 1731. [vi], 1-23, [1 blank] pp. Scattered foxing, lacking the half title, else Very Good. The preface 'To the Reader' is signed in type at the end by Thomas Foxcroft and Charles Chauncy. They "take this Occasion to express our Joy in the Increase & Flourishing of Yale-College, which may well boast of being the happy Mother of our Author." Whittelsey is "the only Instance, as yet, of a Father and his Son named in her Catalogue of Graduates." Evans 3491. [Attributes: Signed Copy]
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