An Apology for the Bible in a Series of Letters; Answer to Payne’s Age of Reason; A Letter from a Blacksmith to the Ministers and Elders of the Church of Scotland; The Modes of Presbyterian Church-Worship Vindicated; A Reply to the Arguments Adduced by the Irish Presbyter; The Resurrection of Believers, And Christ the Author of it: A Sermon] [6 Volumes in 1]

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An Apology for the Bible in a Series of Letters, Addressed to Thomas Paine: by R.Watson, Seventh Edition – 1796, 111 pages; Answer to Payne’s Age of Reason With a Short View of the Obedience which Christians are Bound to Yield to the Powers that Be: by David Wilson, 1796, viii, 123 pages; A Letter from a Blacksmith to the Ministers and Elders of the Church of Scotland, By which the Manner or Public Worship in that Church is Considered…Printed for James Anderson, 1826, iv, 38 pages; The Modes of Presbyterian Church-Worship Vindicated in a Letter to the Blacksmith: by a ‘Presbyter of Ireland’, printed by John Brewster, New Edition – 1826 (originally published 1758), iv, 47 pages; A Reply to the Arguments Adduced by the Irish Presbyter in his Letter to the Blacksmith: Printed for James Anderson, 1826, 22 pages; The Resurrection of Believers, And Christ the Author of it: A Sermon, Preached in St.Cuthbert’s Church, on Sabbath, August 19, 1827: by Andrew Thomson, printed for William Whyte & Co, 1827, 51 pages.

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Author(s) Watson, R.; Wilson, David
Illustrator(s) N/A
Publisher(s) Printed by R. Morison; James Anderson; William Whyte and others
Published Date c1820s to 1830s
Signature Information N/A
Size Quarto, 22 x 14 cm
Book Condition Spine is lightly worn, board edges are rubbed and paper is torn at a couple of places on fore edge, small split at top and bottom of upper hinge - board is held, foxing throughout - severe in places, An Apology is printed on smaller paper than the rest of the book, inscription on Modes of Presbyterian Worship, a couple of words have been crossed out and annotated on page 40 of A Sermon, attached ribbon bookmark, book is in good condition
Jacket Condition N/A
Binding Bound in polished half calf with marbled paper and blindstamped decoration, gilt title to spine and 4 raised bands, marbled book block edge