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|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Philip Doddridge; Jonathan Howe
|Notes:||"Parents and heads of families, 'As you regard your own eternal happiness and that of your children ... be entreated to read the ensuing treatise with serious deliberation and self-application. ...'"--verso of title page.
In another impression the notice on the verso of the title page reads: The trustees of Phillips Academy, to whom is committed the distribution of the pious bounty of the late Lieut. Gov. Phillips, wishing to promote is important object, affectionaly solicit the serious attention of the receiver, to the weighty subject of the following pages. ...
The impressions are not distinguished in Shaw & Shoemaker.
Presumably printed by Jonathan Howe at Charlestown, Mass., as it displays the same type and general appearance as other works printed by him in 1807. Sometimes ascribed to the press of John Howe at Greenwich, Mass.
Includes prayers, p. 27-33, "Friendly advice, added by another hand," p. 33-36, and a poem on p. 36.
|Description:||36 p. ; 18 cm.|
|Responsibility:||By the late Reverend Philip Doddridge, D.D.|