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A series of letters, essays, dissertations, and discourses, on various subjects : in two volumes. By Richard Clarke, Late Minister of St. Philip's Charleston, South Carolina ; and late Lecturer of Stoke-Newington, and St. James's Aldgate. Volume I. Containing, I. Letters to Dr. Adam Smith, on his Account of the Death of David Hume, Esq ; II. Letters to Dr. Priestley, in Defence of Drs. Reid, Oswald, and Beattie ; and on Five Topics of his Preview this item
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A series of letters, essays, dissertations, and discourses, on various subjects : in two volumes. By Richard Clarke, Late Minister of St. Philip's Charleston, South Carolina ; and late Lecturer of Stoke-Newington, and St. James's Aldgate. Volume I. Containing, I. Letters to Dr. Adam Smith, on his Account of the Death of David Hume, Esq ; II. Letters to Dr. Priestley, in Defence of Drs. Reid, Oswald, and Beattie ; and on Five Topics of his "appeal to the Serious and Candid Professors of Christianity. III. Letters on the Internal Evidence of the Christian Religion, by Soame Jenyns, Esq ; IV. A Defence of Milton, against Dr. Johnson. V.A Synopsis, or General View of the Times, from the Prophets, &c. drawing near their Completion. VI. A probable Time assigned for the Conversion of the Jews. Vii. A Discourse on the Third Day, compared with the Seventh Day of the Law. Viii. An Address to the Jews. IX. The Assumption of the Son of Man, the Seed of the Woman, in the Throne of the Ancient of Days. Dan. vii. 13. Revel. xii. 5. X. Lines, to the Memory of the late Reverend William Law ; - the late Reverend Thomas Henry Lowth ; - on the Death of Infants ; - on a Child sleeping in his Cradle.

Author: Richard Clarke
Publisher: London : Printed by R. Hawes : And sold by Mr. Raithby, Stationer, St. Michael's Alley, Cornhill ; By Mr. Major, Bookseller, Dukestreet, West-Smithfield ; Mr. Denis, Middle-Row Holborn ; Mr. Hazard at Bath ; by Mr. Mills and Mrs. Palmer, Booksellers in Wine-Street, Bristol ; and by the author, R. Clarke, at his House, No. 20, South-Street, Manchester-Square, [1792]
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Genre/Form: Early works
Letters
Early works to 1800
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Richard Clarke
OCLC Number: 745218593
Description: 1 online resource ([2], v, [1], 358 pages)

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