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The Resource A preservative from damnable errors, in the unction of the Holy One. : A sermon preach'd, at the opening of a presbytery, at Charlestown in S. Carolina; some time before the Reverend Mr. Josiah Smith's sermon (which he publish'd against it, with the title, of Humane impositions prov'd unscriptural &c.) and now published, (with the advice of some reverend ministers adhering to the Westminster Confession) to vindicate the truths contained in it, from Mr. Smith's mis-representations, and exceptions. : Together with a postscript containing some remarks, upon Mr. Smith's preface, and sermon., By Hugh Fisher, M.A. and Minister of the Gospel at Dorchester. ; [Three lines of Scripture texts], (electronic resource)

A preservative from damnable errors, in the unction of the Holy One. : A sermon preach'd, at the opening of a presbytery, at Charlestown in S. Carolina; some time before the Reverend Mr. Josiah Smith's sermon (which he publish'd against it, with the title, of Humane impositions prov'd unscriptural &c.) and now published, (with the advice of some reverend ministers adhering to the Westminster Confession) to vindicate the truths contained in it, from Mr. Smith's mis-representations, and exceptions. : Together with a postscript containing some remarks, upon Mr. Smith's preface, and sermon., By Hugh Fisher, M.A. and Minister of the Gospel at Dorchester. ; [Three lines of Scripture texts], (electronic resource)

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A preservative from damnable errors, in the unction of the Holy One. : A sermon preach'd, at the opening of a presbytery, at Charlestown in S. Carolina; some time before the Reverend Mr. Josiah Smith's sermon (which he publish'd against it, with the title, of Humane impositions prov'd unscriptural &c.) and now published, (with the advice of some reverend ministers adhering to the Westminster Confession) to vindicate the truths contained in it, from Mr. Smith's mis-representations, and exceptions. : Together with a postscript containing some remarks, upon Mr. Smith's preface, and sermon.
Title
A preservative from damnable errors, in the unction of the Holy One.
Title remainder
A sermon preach'd, at the opening of a presbytery, at Charlestown in S. Carolina; some time before the Reverend Mr. Josiah Smith's sermon (which he publish'd against it, with the title, of Humane impositions prov'd unscriptural &c.) and now published, (with the advice of some reverend ministers adhering to the Westminster Confession) to vindicate the truths contained in it, from Mr. Smith's mis-representations, and exceptions. : Together with a postscript containing some remarks, upon Mr. Smith's preface, and sermon.
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By Hugh Fisher, M.A. and Minister of the Gospel at Dorchester. ; [Three lines of Scripture texts]
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Microform version available in the Readex Early American Imprints series
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MWA
Citation location within source
3279
Citation source
Evans
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-1734
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Fisher, Hugh
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no index present
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non fiction
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  • Smith, Josiah
  • Charleston (S.C.)
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A preservative from damnable errors, in the unction of the Holy One. : A sermon preach'd, at the opening of a presbytery, at Charlestown in S. Carolina; some time before the Reverend Mr. Josiah Smith's sermon (which he publish'd against it, with the title, of Humane impositions prov'd unscriptural &c.) and now published, (with the advice of some reverend ministers adhering to the Westminster Confession) to vindicate the truths contained in it, from Mr. Smith's mis-representations, and exceptions. : Together with a postscript containing some remarks, upon Mr. Smith's preface, and sermon., By Hugh Fisher, M.A. and Minister of the Gospel at Dorchester. ; [Three lines of Scripture texts], (electronic resource)
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18 cm. (8vo)
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unknown
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[2], 84, [2] p.
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A preservative from damnable errors, in the unction of the Holy One. : A sermon preach'd, at the opening of a presbytery, at Charlestown in S. Carolina; some time before the Reverend Mr. Josiah Smith's sermon (which he publish'd against it, with the title, of Humane impositions prov'd unscriptural &c.) and now published, (with the advice of some reverend ministers adhering to the Westminster Confession) to vindicate the truths contained in it, from Mr. Smith's mis-representations, and exceptions. : Together with a postscript containing some remarks, upon Mr. Smith's preface, and sermon., By Hugh Fisher, M.A. and Minister of the Gospel at Dorchester. ; [Three lines of Scripture texts], (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
Place of publication supplied by Evans
Antecedent source
file reproduced from microform
Color
mixed
Control code
aas03027835
Dimensions
18 cm. (8vo)
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
[2], 84, [2] p.
File format
multiple file formats
Form of item
electronic
Governing access note
Restricted to institutions with a site license to the Digital Evans Edition
Level of compression
lossless
Note
Access limited to authenticated Bowdoin College Library users
Quality assurance targets
absent
Reformatting quality
access
Reproduction note
Electronic text and image data.
Specific material designation
remote
System details
Mode of access: World Wide Web

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