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The Arminian skeleton; or, the Arminian dissected and anatomised [and other works]

Huntington, William, S.S. (Sinner Saved), 1745-1813, Calvinistic Methodist antinomian

Published by London T. Bensley 1801., 1801
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Old mottled calf, lacks spine, front cover loose. 256 p., bound with 6 other works by Huntington as vol. 2 of a collection; 21.5 cm. [Originally published with title: The skeleton; or, the Arminian anatomized, and the carnal preacher dissected, 1783. The second ed., retitled and with added Epistle dedicatory (reprinted in third ed.), appeared in 1787] Bound with (imprints as above except as noted) -- Tidings from Wallingford. London: by Denew & Grant, to be sold at Providence Chapel [etc.], 1786. 13 p. -- Zion's alarm, not without cause [1786], 2nd ed., corr., 1798. 31 p. -- Free thoughts in captivity, and the thinker in the trap. Being an answer to a late pamphlet, entitled, "Free thoughts," written by the Rev. Mr. Skinner, of Cranbrook, in Kent [1788] 2nd ed., 1803. 144 p. -- The justification of a sinner, and Satan's law-suit with him. In a dialogue between two men [Cushi and Ahimaaz] of different experiences [1787], 2nd ed., 1803. vi, 278 p. -- The music and odours of saints. A sermon preached at Providence Chapel, Sept. 2, 1787. London: sold by G. Terry [etc.] 1788. 82 p. -- An innocent game for babes in grace; or, diversion for infants at the hole of the asp [1785] 2nd ed., 1799. 48 p. 3rd edition. Binding is Hardcover. Bookseller Inventory # 007103

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Title: The Arminian skeleton; or, the Arminian ...

Publisher: London T. Bensley 1801.

Publication Date: 1801

Binding: Hardcover

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