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CLARKE, Richard (1723--c. 1780)
A discourse on the third day of the Gospel, compared with the seventh day of the law. To which are added; I. A synopsis, or, general view of times from the day, the week, the month, the year and the evening; ... II. The assumption of the Son of Man ... in Dan. vii. 13. compared with ... Rev. xii. 5. ... III. An address to the Jews on this subject, ... IV. Lines to the memory of the late Rev. William Law; and of the late Rev. Thomas Henry Lowth, ... and on the death of children, under two years: ... By Richard Clarke, late Rector of St. Philip's, Charleston, South Carolina, and late Lecturer of Stoke-Newington, and of St. James's, Aldgate.
London: printed by R. Hawes; and sold by Mr. Raithby, stationer; Mr. Denis; Mr. Major; Mr. Allen, and at the author's, [1794?].
[2], xvi, [1], 4--155, [1] p. ; 20.6 cm. (8º)

Date suggested by ESTC. Price from imprint: Price two shillings. ESTC t183023.

Copy Notes Appended at the end is an undated subscription prospectus for Clarke's Letters, of which 'The first Volume will soon be published' (q.v.) The first volume appeared in [1792]; the second was apparently never published.

Binding C19th tree calf, thin-thick-thin gilt-ruled spine, paper spine-label, ink-lettered.

Reference Number 4770


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