1792 Admonitions against Swearing, Sabbath-breaking and Drunkenness
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Dissuading the reader from vices such as swearing, intoxication and breaking the Sabbath.
Written by Sir James Stonhouse (1716-1795), an English cleric and physician known for his religious writings, which included works such as 'Friendly Advice to a Patient', 'Spiritual Instructions', 'Considerations on some particular Sins' and 'Most important truths of Christianity Stated'.
An uncommon pamphlet in any edition.
The thirteenth edition of this popular work.
Unbound. With some wear to the edges, and a few marks to the cover. Internally, firmly bound. Pages are just a touch age-toned.
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