The deist; or, Moral philosopher. Being an impartial inquiry after moral and theological truths: selected from the writings of the most celebrated authors in ancient and modern times. (Book, 1819) [WorldCat.org]
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The deist; or, Moral philosopher. Being an impartial inquiry after moral and theological truths: selected from the writings of the most celebrated authors in ancient and modern times.

Author: Richard Carlile
Publisher: London, R. Carlile, 1819.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Deist; or, Moral philosopher.
London, R. Carlile, 1819
(OCoLC)588953237
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Richard Carlile
OCLC Number: 3019341
Notes: A collection of treatises, with special title pages (last two dated 1820) and separate paging.
Description: 2 volumes front (volumes 1) 22 cm
Contents: V.1. Dedication --
Introductory address --
Thoughts on the inconsistency of religious persecutions. 1819 --
The doubts of infidels. 1819 --
Watson refuted. 1819 --
Christian mystery. 1819 --
Thoughts on the Christian religion. 1819 --
A letter to Sir Samuel Shepherd. 1819 --
Principles of nature. 1819 --
The God of the Jews. 1819. V.2: Christianity unveiled. 1819 --
The important examination of the Holy Scriptures. 1819 --
The miraculous conception. 1819 --
Letters to Eugenia. 1819 --
The life of David. 1820 --
A letter to the Rev. Dr. S. Chandler. 1820.

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