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Appleton, Nathaniel:

A PLAIN AND FAITHFUL TESTIMONY AGAINST THAT ABOMINABLE, BUT TOO FASHIONABLE VICE OF PROFANE SWEARING. BEING THE SUBSTANCE OF SEVERAL DISCOURSES FROM JAMES V. 12. WHICH CAME LATELY IN COURSE TO BE EXPOUNDED. BY...PASTOR OF THE FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST IN CAMBRIDGE. PROPER TO BE IN FAMILIES FOR THE FREQUENT SERIOUS PERUSAL OF YOUNG PEOPLE.

Printed by R. & S. Draper, and T. & J. Fleet, Boston, New-England: 1765 63pp. Disbound with some loosening. A blank edge chip, scattered moderate foxing. Inscription on top margin of title page: 'John Appleton, the gift of Mr. S. Appleton Esq. Dec. 16, 1867.' Small card laid in with signature, 'John Appleton.' Good+. Scripture prohibits "all perjury or false swearing," "all vain unnecessary oaths," "all rash oaths," and "all profane swearing in common conversation, even all irreverent and profane calling upon the name of God." FIRST EDITION. Evans 9906.


Book Id: 15261

Price: $450.00

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