A brief and plain discourse, wherein the doctrine of the Sabbath is explained. The morality of the fourth commandment is proved. The change of the Sabbath from the seventh, to the first day of the week is considered and cleared. And the religious observation of the Lord's-Day is recommended unto and pressed upon Christians by several weighty motives and arguments. The whole is performed in a method accommodated to the meanest capacities. By William Homes. [Five lines of quotations]
- Homes, William, 1663-1746.
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Boston, N.E. : Printed by Gamaliel Rogers in Long Lane, for Samuel Gerrish at the lower end of Cornhill, 1727.
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