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The language of comets, or blazing stars. : a lively call to repentance for National Sins. Or, A Theological and Historical Essay, occasioned by a Blazing Comet hanging over Great Britain and Ireland, viz. in the Months of January, February, and Part of March 1743-4. Wherein Their Several Kinds are set forth, as well as their Appearances in divers Ages and Countries ; with what may soberly and fairly be deduced therefrom, touching God's holy Ends in sending them, consistently with Reason, Experience, and the standing Maxims of God's Government of the World, as attested by his Written Word and confirm'd by Oath. With A just Rebuke to the Reigning Vices of the Age, or National Impieties ; not without some prudential Methods formerly successful for reforming the same. Design'd to allay all popular and unreasonable Fears, and to Chear and Erect the Hearts of the British Nation, with Considerations of a solid and substantial Nature. By a presbyter of the Church of England. Preview this item
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The language of comets, or blazing stars. : a lively call to repentance for National Sins. Or, A Theological and Historical Essay, occasioned by a Blazing Comet hanging over Great Britain and Ireland, viz. in the Months of January, February, and Part of March 1743-4. Wherein Their Several Kinds are set forth, as well as their Appearances in divers Ages and Countries ; with what may soberly and fairly be deduced therefrom, touching God's holy Ends in sending them, consistently with Reason, Experience, and the standing Maxims of God's Government of the World, as attested by his Written Word and confirm'd by Oath. With A just Rebuke to the Reigning Vices of the Age, or National Impieties ; not without some prudential Methods formerly successful for reforming the same. Design'd to allay all popular and unreasonable Fears, and to Chear and Erect the Hearts of the British Nation, with Considerations of a solid and substantial Nature. By a presbyter of the Church of England.

Author: Philalethes, Presbyter of the Church of England.
Publisher: London : Printed for J. Robinson, at the Golden-Lyon in Ludgate-Street, 1745.
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Genre/Form: Early works
Early works to 1800
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Philalethes, Presbyter of the Church of England.
OCLC Number: 642249504
Description: 1 online resource ([10], 54 pages)

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