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Promiscuous singing no divine institution : having neither president [sic] nor precept to support it, either from the musical institution of David, or from the Gospel dispensation. : Therefore it ought to be exploded, as being a humane invention, tending rather to gratify the carnal ears of men, than to be acceptable and pleasing worship to God. Preview this item
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Promiscuous singing no divine institution : having neither president [sic] nor precept to support it, either from the musical institution of David, or from the Gospel dispensation. : Therefore it ought to be exploded, as being a humane invention, tending rather to gratify the carnal ears of men, than to be acceptable and pleasing worship to God.

Author: John Hammett
Publisher: [Boston?] : [publisher not identified], Printed in the year 1739.
Series: Early American imprints., First series ;, no. 4366.
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: John Hammett
OCLC Number: 55817197
Notes: Caption title: Propositions against promiscuous singing.
Preface dated: Jamestown, the 10 of the 5 mo. 1738.
Tentatively ascribed by Alden to the Newport, R.I. press of Ann Franklin, but printed with types not used by Franklin at that date. See: Ford, M.L. The types of the Franklin press of Rhode Island, with addenda to Alden's Rhode Island Imprints. PBSA 82 (1988): 87-88.
Reproduction Notes: Microfiche. [New York : Readex Microprint, 1985]. 11 x 15 cm. (Early American imprints. First series ; no. 4366).
Description: [2], iv, 29, [1] pages ; 16 cm (8vo)
Series Title: Early American imprints., First series ;, no. 4366.
Responsibility: by John Hammett. ; [Six lines of quotation].

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