4 edition of Some observations on liberty: occasioned by a late tract. By John Wesley, M.A found in the catalog.
Some observations on liberty: occasioned by a late tract. By John Wesley, M.A
1776 by printed by R. Hawes, and sold at the Foundry, and at the Rev. Mr. Wesley"s preaching-houses in town and country in London .
Written in English
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The Author Was Born in Liberty County, Ga., on the 22d Day of February, in the Year of Our Lord, , and United with the Methodist Episcopal Church in the Year This Book Contains an Account of His Florida and Northern Trip, Written by Himself, Giving Much Valuable Information of the People Among Whom He Had Been Several Months. Watson believed that Clarke’s views were unorthodox and, therefore, not faithfully Wesleyan. In , he began to publish his Theological Institutes, which remained a standard for many years. It was the first attempt to systematise John Wesley’s theology and, by extension, Methodist doctrine. In , he wrote a well-regarded life of John. John H. Gerstner writes, In this book, Edwards annihilated false views of the will that prevailed in his century and in ours, in order that men may know how to believe on the Lord Jesus Christ and be saved. This profoundest of all Edwards' works is essentially and intentionally an evangelistic tract. - Dr. R.C. Sproul also comments. A display of heraldry. By John Guillim, Pursuivant at Arms. The sixth edition. Improv’d with large additions of many hundred coats of arms, under their respective Bearings, with good Authorities from the Ashmolean Library, Sir George Mackenzie, &c. With his tract of precedency, containing all his rules, observations, Arguments, and chief.
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It is chief among those instrumentals which may render man rational, for it affords the ratio or comparative relation of present things with all things of the past, which is most essential to the rational faculty. 'It is a melancholy reflection to look back on so many great families as have formerly adorned the county of Cornwall, and are now no more: the Grenvilles, the Arundells, Carminows, Champernons, Bodrugans, Mohuns, Killegrews, Bevilles, Trevarions, which had great sway and possessions in these parts.
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