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Seven Scarce Religious Pamphlets
13 - London and Edinburgh - J. Johnson et al 1766 - A set of seven very scarce religious pamphlets including dissenters. Taking the form of sermons, the works here are indicative of an era in which pamphleteering was a central part of both religion and religious politics, used to quell dissent in amongst the masses and keep them in line with the thought of the authors. Here, the works take a stand against dissenting ministers, as well as prostestant dissenters, with a variety of other topics also dealt with. The full list of works is as follows:The Sovereignty of the Divine Administration, Vindicated by Reverend Thomas Dixon (1766)A Farwell Address to the Parishoners of Catterick by Theoliphilus Lindsey (1784)A Sermon Preached at the Opening of the Chapel in Essex House by Theophilus LindseyA Sermon Preached the 25th February 1776 by N. Clayton (1776)Religious Declension by William Tattersal (1787)A Sermon Preached Before Dissenting Ministers by William Broadbent (1818)A Sermon Preached at the Protestant Dissenters' Chapel by Joseph Bealey (1813)Condition: In half-calf binding. Externally, the rear board is detached but present and there is significant loss lifting to backstrip, as well as wear to the extremties and joints, boards and backstrips. Internally, the pages are firmly bound and are generally bright and clean, though there are several pamphlets with more prominent spotting, as well as loss to several pages of the fifth pamphlet included. Overall: FAIR. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
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