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|Genre/Form:||Stained leather (Binding)
Quarter bindings (Binding)
Marbled papers (Binding)
|Named Person:||Abraham Booth|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Peter Edwards, (Of Portsea England); Archibald Loudon
|Notes:||Error in paging: number 1 of pages 153-156 not struck.
"To the church and congregation meeting in White's Row, Portsea, Hants. ... Two eminent writers, Mr. Booth and Dr. Williams, have both contributed to this: the latter has my acknowledgments; the former my animadversions. As Mr. B. had no design to discover the fallacy of the Baptist scheme, I thought it proper to show in what way his book has operated, and is likely to still operate, contrary to the design of the author."--Page , signed: Peter Edwards. Portsea, Jan. 12, 1795.
"Reflections and recommendations of the above work, by the English reviewers of religious publications."--Page [152-156].
|Description:||56 [i.e. 156] p. ; 18 cm.|
|Responsibility:||By Peter Edwards, several years pastor of a Baptist church, at Portsea, Hants.|