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A treatise concerning the santification of the Lord's Day. Wherein The Morality of the Sebbath, or the perpetual Obligation of the fourth Commandment, is maintained against Adversaries; and The religious Observation of the Lord's Day or first Day of the Week, as our Christian Sabbath, is strongly pressed by Scripture-Arguments. Containing also Many special Directions and Advices for the better performing the most necessary and comprehensive Duty of Sabbath-Sanctification. Proper for Families. By J. W. Minister of the Gospel in Dundee.

  • Willison, John, 1680-1750.
M.DCC.XLV. [1745]
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Treatise concerning the sanctifying of the Lord's Day


Edinburgh : printed by Thomas Lumisden and John Robertson, and sold at their Printing-House in the Fish-Market, M.DCC.XLV. [1745]

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xxvi,[2],287,[1]p. ; 80.


The third edition corrected by the author.

References note

ESTC T96538



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