The Doctrine of the Divine Being Under His Grand Distinguishing Characters of God, Father and Spirit: A Sermon Delivered at the Meeting House in Snow's Fields, Southwark: Occasioned by the Anniversary of that Foundation, on the First of August MDCCXXXV. By Sayer Rudd, M.D.
J. Roberts; A. Dodd; and J. Noon, 1737 - 88 pages
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