The Resource The true grounds of the expectation of the Messiah. In two letters. The one printed in the London Journal, April the first, 1727. The other in vindication of it. Being a reply to the answer published at the end of a late letter to Dr. Rogers. By Philalethes

The true grounds of the expectation of the Messiah. In two letters. The one printed in the London Journal, April the first, 1727. The other in vindication of it. Being a reply to the answer published at the end of a late letter to Dr. Rogers. By Philalethes

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The true grounds of the expectation of the Messiah. In two letters. The one printed in the London Journal, April the first, 1727. The other in vindication of it. Being a reply to the answer published at the end of a late letter to Dr. Rogers. By Philalethes
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The true grounds of the expectation of the Messiah. In two letters. The one printed in the London Journal, April the first, 1727. The other in vindication of it. Being a reply to the answer published at the end of a late letter to Dr. Rogers. By Philalethes
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Language
eng
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UkLiU
Citation location within source
T86304
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ESTC
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1683 or 1684-1756
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Sykes, Arthur Ashley
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no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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active 1705-1747
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  • Green, Roger Lancelyn
  • Green, Thomas
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  • Collins, Anthony
  • Messiah
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The true grounds of the expectation of the Messiah. In two letters. The one printed in the London Journal, April the first, 1727. The other in vindication of it. Being a reply to the answer published at the end of a late letter to Dr. Rogers. By Philalethes
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  • Philalethes = Arthur Ashley Sykes
  • Price from imprint: price 1s
Dimensions
8°.
Extent
68 pages
Ownership
  • Presented to the University by Mr. Roger Lancelyn Green in 1966. The pamphlets were largely collected by the Reverend Thomas Green (Rector of Woodchurch, Cheshire 1705-1747), his ancestor.
  • 18c inscription: after Philalethes, "alias Bp Bn Hoadly.
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The true grounds of the expectation of the Messiah. In two letters. The one printed in the London Journal, April the first, 1727. The other in vindication of it. Being a reply to the answer published at the end of a late letter to Dr. Rogers. By Philalethes
Publication
Note
  • Philalethes = Arthur Ashley Sykes
  • Price from imprint: price 1s
Dimensions
8°.
Extent
68 pages
Ownership
  • Presented to the University by Mr. Roger Lancelyn Green in 1966. The pamphlets were largely collected by the Reverend Thomas Green (Rector of Woodchurch, Cheshire 1705-1747), his ancestor.
  • 18c inscription: after Philalethes, "alias Bp Bn Hoadly.

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