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INGLIS, Henry David (1757--1806)
Two letters to the public, illustrating the doctrine of the grace of God, and exemplifying it in the late case of William Mills. By Henry David Inglis, ... The second edition.
Glasgow printed by David Niven; and sold by J. Duncan, and A. Orr, booksellers, Glasgow; W. Gray, and T. Duncan, booksellers, Edinburgh, 1791.
108 p. ; 18.4 cm. (12º)

First published following the execution William Mills, a housebreaker, in 1785. Includes 'The Last Speech, Confession and Dying Words of William Mills'. ESTC t62452.

Copy Notes Bound (1) with two copies of a pamphlet of sermons by Manoah Sibley, An answer to the most important question, 1792 (q.v.).

Binding Later C19th half calf, blind double-ruled borders, brown morocco-grained binder's cloth boards, blind-ruled and gilt-dotted spine, black spine-label, gilt-lettered 'Pamphlet Sermons'. Numbered '80' in a series of pamphlet volumes.

Reference Number 5526


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