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Author: William Wishart
Publisher: London, W. Strahan, 1753.
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Genre/Form: Early works
Sermons
Early works to 1800
Sermons Early works to 1800
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: William Wishart
OCLC Number: 1724473
Description: xvi, 260 pages 16 cm
Contents: An essay on the indispensible necessity of a Holy and good life to the happiness of heaven.--Charity, the end of the commandment; or universal love the deign of Christianity.--The certain and unchangeable difference betwixt moral good and evil.--Publick virtue recommended.

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