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The parents and schoolmasters spiritual assistant, for grounding their children, and those under their Care, in sound Christian principles, according to the Church of England; agreeable to the late Mr. Henry Dixon's instructions in the Charity-School at Bath, on Sundays; and the principal Festivals in the Evening, by the Plan of Mr Nelson's Festivals, who recommended him. Wherein The Baptismal Vow, and the Necessity of renewing it by Confirmation, is most usefully set forth. With Remarkable Observations on several Passages of our Saviour's Life, Death, Resurrection, and second Coming; adapted to the Creed, and the Catochism explained. To which is added a true account of Ruth Pierce, who instantly drop'd down dead in the Devizes Market, in Wiltshire, the 25th of January, 1753, on repeating a rash Wish.

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1761
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London : printed for Benjamin Matthews, Bookseller, in the Market-Place, Bath: and sold by Mr Leake, in Bath; S. Crowder, in Pater-Noster-Row; B. Law, in Avemary-Lane; J. Fox, in Westminster-Hall; W. Shropshire, in New Bond-Street; S. Hooper, behind the New-Church in the Strand; J. Fuller, in Blowbladder-Street; D. Prince, in Oxford; B. Collins, in Salisbury; T. Coney, in Bridgwater; Mr. Gilmore, in Marlborough; G. Cass, in Wells; E. Score, B. Thorn, in Exeter; Mr. Borough, in the Devizes, and Mr King, in Yeovil, 1761.

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xxiv,156,[2]p. ; 120.

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ESTC T104740

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