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Gospel of Christ worthy of all acceptation or the obligations of men fully to credit and cordially to approve whatever God makes known : wherein is considered the nature of faith in Christ and the duty of those where the Gospel comes in that matter by Andrew Fuller

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Published by Printed by T. Dicey & Co.; London: sold by J. Buckland, Matthews and T. Sockett; Bristol: A. Brown & Son on the Tolzey; Sheffield: Smith in Northampton .
Written in English


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Date not given in imprint. Date taken from British Library Catalogue.

Statementby Andrew Fuller.
ContributionsDicey, Thomas., Buckland, James, 1710 or 11-1790, bookseller., Mathews, James, 1741 or 2-1804, bookseller., Sockatt, Thomas, fl. ca. 1784-1785, bookseller., Smith, bookseller, of Sheffield, bookseller., A. Brown and Son
The Physical Object
Pagination[5],iv-xvi,[1],2-196p. ;
Number of Pages196
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20924819M

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