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The reasonableness of nonconformity to the Church of England, in point of worship. A second defence of a sermon, preach'd at Newark, June 2. 1736. Intitled, The vanity of human institutions in the worship of God. Against the exceptions of Mr. John Beach, in his Appeal to the unprejudiced. Done in the form of a dialogue, wherein Mr. Beach's arguments are all expressed in his own words. By Jonathan Dickinson, M.A. [Seventeen lines of quotations]
- Dickinson, Jonathan, 1688-1747.
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Boston, New England : Printed and sold by Kneeland and Green, 1738.
,ii,,127,p. ; 80.
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- Dissenters, ReligiousEnglandEarly works to 1800
- Beach, John, 1700-1782. Appeal to the unprejudiced.
- Dickinson, Jonathan, 1688-1747. Vanity of human institutions in the worship of God.
- Beach, John, 1700-1782. Appeal to the unprejudiced
- Dickinson, Jonathan, 1688-1747. Vanity of human institutions in the worship of God
- Church of England