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Parsons, Joseph:

A MINISTER'S CARE ABOUT HIS LIFE AND DOCTRINE, CONSIDERED AND INFORCED. A SERMON PREACH'D AT THE ORDINATION OF MR. SAMUEL WEBSTER, TO THE PASTORAL CARE OF A CHURCH IN SALISBURY, AUGUST 12. 1741. BY...PASTOR OF A CHURCH IN BRADFORD.

Printed by G. Rogers, for S. Eliot in Cornhill, Boston: 1741 30, [2 blanks] pp. Disbound, with a reinforced spine. Lacks the half title, but with the final blank. Very Good. An early, scarce American imprint. The Charge was given by Reverend Cushing of Salisbury, and the Right Hand of Fellowship by Reverend Lowell of Newbury. An errata appears at page 30. Parsons warns Reverend Webster to set a good example. "There is great Joy in Hell, when a Leader in Christ's Army is overthrown." And he counsels him to avoid "an Affectation of Novelty and Singularity." Evans 4776.


Book Id: 22208

Price: $500.00

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