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An essay on the nature of the human body, : and that singular respect and veneration shewn to it, after death, among all people and nations whatsoever: in consequence of which, on the growing evil of profaning and defiling kirks, and kirk-yards, and other burying-grounds. Occasionally interspersed with several thoughts, little regarded now-a-days, though important and interesting. The whole intended, for assisting the judgment, and awakening the attention, of all true Scotsmen, to guard the sepulchres of their forefathers, with vigilance and care, against all impious attempts of abuse and pollution, particularly alienation. Preview this item
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An essay on the nature of the human body, : and that singular respect and veneration shewn to it, after death, among all people and nations whatsoever: in consequence of which, on the growing evil of profaning and defiling kirks, and kirk-yards, and other burying-grounds. Occasionally interspersed with several thoughts, little regarded now-a-days, though important and interesting. The whole intended, for assisting the judgment, and awakening the attention, of all true Scotsmen, to guard the sepulchres of their forefathers, with vigilance and care, against all impious attempts of abuse and pollution, particularly alienation.

Author: Robert Forbes; David Paterson; John Wilson
Publisher: Edinburgh: : Printed by David Paterson, for John Wilson, bookseller in the Exchange., MDCCLXVII. [1767]
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Genre/Form: Early works
Early works to 1800
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Robert Forbes; David Paterson; John Wilson
OCLC Number: 224526694
Notes: Ruling Elder of the Church of Scotland = Robert Forbes, bp. of Ross and Caithness (Halkett & Laing).
Signatures: [A]⁴ B-F⁴ G².
Description: 56 p. ; 18 cm. (8vo)
Responsibility: By a ruling Elder of the Church of Scotland.

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