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The Resource The doctrine of earthquakes : Two sermons preached at a particular fast in Weymouth, Nov. 3. 1727. The Friday after the earthquake. Wherein this terrible work appears not to proceed from natural second causes, in any orderly way of their producing: but from the mighty power of God immediately interposed; and is to the world, a token of God's anger, &c. and presage of terrible changes. With examples of many earthquakes in history, --illustrating this doctrine. By Thomas Paine, M.A. Pastor of a church in Weymouth. [Five lines from Isaiah], (electronic resource)

The doctrine of earthquakes : Two sermons preached at a particular fast in Weymouth, Nov. 3. 1727. The Friday after the earthquake. Wherein this terrible work appears not to proceed from natural second causes, in any orderly way of their producing: but from the mighty power of God immediately interposed; and is to the world, a token of God's anger, &c. and presage of terrible changes. With examples of many earthquakes in history, --illustrating this doctrine. By Thomas Paine, M.A. Pastor of a church in Weymouth. [Five lines from Isaiah], (electronic resource)

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The doctrine of earthquakes : Two sermons preached at a particular fast in Weymouth, Nov. 3. 1727. The Friday after the earthquake. Wherein this terrible work appears not to proceed from natural second causes, in any orderly way of their producing: but from the mighty power of God immediately interposed; and is to the world, a token of God's anger, &c. and presage of terrible changes. With examples of many earthquakes in history, --illustrating this doctrine. By Thomas Paine, M.A. Pastor of a church in Weymouth. [Five lines from Isaiah]
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The doctrine of earthquakes
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Two sermons preached at a particular fast in Weymouth, Nov. 3. 1727. The Friday after the earthquake. Wherein this terrible work appears not to proceed from natural second causes, in any orderly way of their producing: but from the mighty power of God immediately interposed; and is to the world, a token of God's anger, &c. and presage of terrible changes. With examples of many earthquakes in history, --illustrating this doctrine. By Thomas Paine, M.A. Pastor of a church in Weymouth. [Five lines from Isaiah]
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eng
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MWA
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  • 3079
  • W38201
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  • Evans
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1694-1757
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Paine, Thomas
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dictionaries
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1689-1761
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Henchman, Daniel
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  • Earthquakes
  • Earthquakes
  • Earthquakes
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The doctrine of earthquakes : Two sermons preached at a particular fast in Weymouth, Nov. 3. 1727. The Friday after the earthquake. Wherein this terrible work appears not to proceed from natural second causes, in any orderly way of their producing: but from the mighty power of God immediately interposed; and is to the world, a token of God's anger, &c. and presage of terrible changes. With examples of many earthquakes in history, --illustrating this doctrine. By Thomas Paine, M.A. Pastor of a church in Weymouth. [Five lines from Isaiah], (electronic resource)
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  • In ECCO, Eighteenth Century Collections Online
  • Half-title: Mr. Paine's sermons on the earthquakes
  • Errata note on verso of title page
  • Reproduction of original from Library of Congress
  • Signatures: A-L4 (L4 verso blank)
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ESTCW38201
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The doctrine of earthquakes : Two sermons preached at a particular fast in Weymouth, Nov. 3. 1727. The Friday after the earthquake. Wherein this terrible work appears not to proceed from natural second causes, in any orderly way of their producing: but from the mighty power of God immediately interposed; and is to the world, a token of God's anger, &c. and presage of terrible changes. With examples of many earthquakes in history, --illustrating this doctrine. By Thomas Paine, M.A. Pastor of a church in Weymouth. [Five lines from Isaiah], (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
  • In ECCO, Eighteenth Century Collections Online
  • Half-title: Mr. Paine's sermons on the earthquakes
  • Errata note on verso of title page
  • Reproduction of original from Library of Congress
  • Signatures: A-L4 (L4 verso blank)
Control code
ESTCW38201
Dimensions
80
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
87,[1]p.
Form of item
electronic
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institutions
Reformatting quality
not applicable
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote

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