Newport, Rhode-Island: Printed by Solomon Southwick, 1783. , vi, 194 pp. Errata at page 194. Toned with spotted early leaves, in later half black cloth and marbled paper over boards. Good or so.
Hopkins is known "for his profound influence on New England theology. The pupil and intimate friend of Jonathan Edwards, he carried the principles of the New Divinity to their logical conclusions. This he did in a fashion so complete and acceptable to large numbers of thinking men of his day that his school of thought was called 'Hopkinsianism'" [DAB].
FIRST EDITION Evans 17977. Alden 951. Item #24507