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The necessity and divine excellency of a life of purity and holiness, set forth with pathetic energy, by an eminent minister of the Gospel amongst the people called Quakers, in seven discourses and three prayers, and an epistle to his brethren in religious profession in the island of Tortola. Now collected and republished, that the instructive and important truths therein contained, may be spread, and become generally useful. [One line from John]

  • Fothergill, Samuel, 1715-1772.
M.DCC.XCII. [1792]
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Salem (Massachusetts) : Printed and sold by Thomas C. Cushing.--Sold also by William Carlton, at his shop opposite the Rev. Mr. Prince's meeting-house, M.DCC.XCII. [1792]

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112 p. ; 120.


The first Salem edition. From Mr. Crukshank's Philadelphia edition, of 1783.

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ESTC W13802
Evans, 24327

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