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Charles Drelincourt

The christian’s consolations against the fears of death. With seasonable directions how to prepare ourselves to die well. The whole illustrated with notes, and a large collection of Parallel Passages from our most eminent Divines, and other celebrated Writers, both Ancient and Modern. Written originally in French, by the Rev. Charles Drelincourt, Late Minister of the Protestant Church of Paris. To which is prefixed, an account of the life and writings of the author, and of his Behaviour in his last moments. Translated from the last edition of the original, printed in Holland. Wherein are contained many things omitted in former editions.

Edinburgh: Printed by A. Murray & J. Cochran, for James Meuros, Kilmarnock, 1771.
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The christian’s consolations against the fears of death. With seasonable directions how to prepare ourselves to die well. The whole illustrated with notes, and a large collection of Parallel Passages from our most eminent Divines, and other celebrated Writers, both Ancient and Modern. Written originally in French, by the Rev. Charles Drelincourt, Late Minister of the Protestant Church of Paris. To which is prefixed, an account of the life and writings of the author, and of his Behaviour in his last moments. Translated from the last edition of the original, printed in Holland. Wherein are contained many things omitted in former editions. Library Average
Circulation records from 1793-1799 are lost.
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