Collections from various eminent & learned divines : being the most remarkable passages in their several works, as shall be most conducive to comfort & support all sincere, but dejected Christians, under the unhappy condition of religious melancholy ... : manuscript, 1783 Jan. 30.

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Austen, Thomas, Rev.,. Collections from various eminent & learned divines : being the most remarkable passages in their several works, as shall be most conducive to comfort & support all sincere, but dejected Christians, under the unhappy condition of religious melancholy ... : manuscript, 1783 Jan. 30.

Collections from various eminent & learned divines : being the most remarkable passages in their several works, as shall be most conducive to comfort & support all sincere, but dejected Christians, under the unhappy condition of religious melancholy ... : manuscript, 1783 Jan. 30.

Commonplace book of devotional literature, including extracts and paraphrases of sermons and discourses from George Stanhope, Nicholas Clagett, Jeremey Collier, John Flavel, and others.

2 v. (380, 67 p.) ; 21 cm.

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