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The catholic Protestant, part the third : and last. The distinction and opposite effects of sinless and criminal anger: a popular and critical discourse, on Ephesians iv. 26. Addressed, In the Spirit of Friendship and Charity, To the Protestant Associators in North and South Britain. By R. Harrison, M.A. Preached in the year 1780, During the Peril and Sufferings of Great-Britain by domestic Riots, and her foreign Wars against the united Powers of France, Spain, and her revolted Colonies in North-America. Preview this item
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The catholic Protestant, part the third : and last. The distinction and opposite effects of sinless and criminal anger: a popular and critical discourse, on Ephesians iv. 26. Addressed, In the Spirit of Friendship and Charity, To the Protestant Associators in North and South Britain. By R. Harrison, M.A. Preached in the year 1780, During the Peril and Sufferings of Great-Britain by domestic Riots, and her foreign Wars against the united Powers of France, Spain, and her revolted Colonies in North-America.

Author: R Harrison, M.A.
Publisher: York : Printed by A. Ward, in Coney-Street, and sold by J. Todd, in York ; And J. Johnson, in St. Paul's Church-Yard, London, 1780.
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Genre/Form: Sermons
Sermons Early works to 1800
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: R Harrison, M.A.
OCLC Number: 642345076
Description: 1 online resource (32, [2] pages)
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