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An humble attempt toward the revival of practical religion among Christians, and particular the Protestant dissenters, by a serious address to ministers and people, in some occasional discourses.

Watts, Isaac.

Published by E. Matthews, R. Ford & R. Hett, London, 1731
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First edition and scarce in commerce: Not in the CBEL list of his writings. Watts (1674?1748), an Independent minister, wrote this as a response to a Strickland Gough essay and believed "the essence of religion as the dissenters' puritan fathers had known it lay in the proper relationship between minister and congregation" (DNB online). 12mo. [2], ix, [1], 360 pp. ESTC T81766. Contemporary brown leather, worn, dry, flaking; top of spine pulled with loss. Ex-library: bookplate on front pastedown, rubber-stamps, pencilling. Waterstaining and other stains; pages cockled. Hinges (inside) open. A poor scholar's copy. Bookseller Inventory # 23751

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Title: An humble attempt toward the revival of ...

Publisher: E. Matthews, R. Ford & R. Hett, London

Publication Date: 1731

Edition: 1st Edition

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