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Religious correspondence: or the dispensation of divine grace vindicated, from the extremes of libertine and fanatical principles: in a series of letters to a lady. In two volumes. ...
London: Printed by W. Hay, and sold at his shop Near Exeter Exchange, Strand; and by W. Drummond, in Edinburgh; and the Country Booksellers , 1775.
Not in Collection
|Borrower Name||Volume||Date Out||Date In||Fine||Transcribed
|William Kenyon||Volume 1||4/8/1791||4/13/1791||Religious Correspondent|
|William Kenyon||Volume 2||4/13/1791||4/29/1791||2d||"|
|William Hill||Volume 1||7/6/1791||7/8/1791||Religious Correspondent|
|William Hill||Volume 2||7/8/1791||7/8/1791||"|
|William Hill||Volume 1||9/30/1791||10/13/1791||Religious Correspondence|
|Matthew Clarkson||Volume 1||4/7/1804||4/12/1804||Religious Correspondence|
|Matthew Clarkson||Volume 2||4/7/1804||4/12/1804||Religious Correspondence|