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A letter to a gentleman dissenting from the Church of England; concerning the lives of churchmen and dissenters. Wherein the peculiar obligations which dissenters are supposed to lie under to holiness of life and the special advantages they are pretended to enjoy above the members of the Church of England for promoting that end, are considered, divers great advantages which the members of the Church do really enjoy above them are pointed out, the lives of both fairly and impartially represented, the argument (or prejudice) arising from the better lives (real or supposed) of dissenters, in favour of their churches, is discussed, and what Dr. Watts has advanced upon those subjects in his book, entitled, An humble attempt towards the revival o

White, John.

Published by Pr. for C. Davis, W. Craighton, & M. Cooper, London, 1746
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White (ca. 1685-1755) was "sometime fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge." Here is his first of three reasonings against the writings of Micaiah Towgood (1700-1792) and other dissenters on the question of communion. Among the "others" taken to task is Isaac Watts (specifically his "Humble attempt toward the revival of practical religion among Christians.") This is a copy of the third edition. 8vo. 105, [ 1 (ads)] pp. ESTC N2491. Removed from a nonce volume. Dust-soiled; lightly age-toned. Ttitle-page detached but present; old rubber stamp at top of the title-page. Bookseller Inventory # 19932

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Title: A letter to a gentleman dissenting from the ...

Publisher: Pr. for C. Davis, W. Craighton, & M. Cooper, London

Publication Date: 1746

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