Boston: Thomas Fleet. 1754. 34pp, with the half title and errata statement, but without the final blank. Stitched, untrimmed with generous margins. Half title dusted, else Very Good.
These discourses, plus his earlier attack on Whitefield, established Wigglesworth as "a leader among the anti-evangelical clergy" [DAB]. The first Hollis Professor at Harvard, Wigglesworth argues here that contemporary evangelists-- "modern itinerants" like Whitefield-- have little in common "with the Evangelists in the Apostolic Age."
FIRST EDITION. Evans 7338. Item #30177