A discourse on Acts ii. 42. in which the practice of owning the covenant is examined:?the arguments which have been used in its favour are particularly considered: and reasons offered for its abolition.

Strong, Cyprian.

Published by Pr. for Hudson & Goodwin, Hartford, 1791
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The second edition. First was published in 1780. Cyprian Strong (1743?1811) was pastor of the First Church in Chatham. 8vo. 56 pp. Evans 23804; Sabin 92892; ESTC W16992. Removed from a nonce volume; stitch holes in inner margin, not touching text. First several leaves a little browned and spotted. Age-toned copy. Ex-library: Title-page with pressure-stamp on recto and call number in pencil on verso. Front (blank) leaf with a list of contents written in ink by an early owner. Bookseller Inventory # 20428

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Title: A discourse on Acts ii. 42. in which the ...

Publisher: Pr. for Hudson & Goodwin, Hartford

Publication Date: 1791

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