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Divine miscellanies : or, sacred poems. In two parts. Part I. Sacred to Christian devotion and piety, Consisting of Hymns and Divine Meditations, Upon various Subjects and Occasions Chiefly from the Author's own Experience. Part II. Sacred to practical virtue and holiness, Containing three Epistles. I.A practical Paraphrase on the Ten Commandments. Humbly address'd to the Church of England, upon their excellent Order of Reading them. II. The Christian Warfare ; Or, a serious Exhortation to Virtue and Piety: Humbly address'd to the Protestant Dissenters. III. The Divine Original and primitive Beauty of Christianity. Set forth in the Birth, Life, Sufferings, Death, Resurrection and Ascension of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ ; And the Life and Conduct of his Apostles: Humbly address'd to all Professors of Christianity, for their holy Imitation. Written in plain and easy Language, For the Delight and Improvement of all Lovers of Divine Poetry ; By James Maxwell. Preview this item
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Divine miscellanies : or, sacred poems. In two parts. Part I. Sacred to Christian devotion and piety, Consisting of Hymns and Divine Meditations, Upon various Subjects and Occasions Chiefly from the Author's own Experience. Part II. Sacred to practical virtue and holiness, Containing three Epistles. I.A practical Paraphrase on the Ten Commandments. Humbly address'd to the Church of England, upon their excellent Order of Reading them. II. The Christian Warfare ; Or, a serious Exhortation to Virtue and Piety: Humbly address'd to the Protestant Dissenters. III. The Divine Original and primitive Beauty of Christianity. Set forth in the Birth, Life, Sufferings, Death, Resurrection and Ascension of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ ; And the Life and Conduct of his Apostles: Humbly address'd to all Professors of Christianity, for their holy Imitation. Written in plain and easy Language, For the Delight and Improvement of all Lovers of Divine Poetry ; By James Maxwell.

Author: James Maxwell
Publisher: Birmingham : Printed for the author, by T. Warren, jun., MDCCLVI. [1756]
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Genre/Form: Early works
Poems
Early works to 1800
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: James Maxwell
OCLC Number: 745292470
Description: 1 online resource ([28], 324 pages, plate)

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