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LAW, William (1686--1761)
A second letter to the Bishop of Bangor; wherein His Lordship's notions of benediction, absolution, and church-communion are prov'd to be destructive of every institution of the Christian religion. To which is added, a postscript, in answer to the objections that have been made against his former letter. By William Law, M.A. The third edition.


London: printed for William and John Innys, 1719.
[4], 107, [1] p. ; 19.4 cm. (8º)

First published in 1717; Law's 'former Letter', The Bishop of Bangor's late sermon, and his letter to Dr. Snape in defence of it, answer'd, was first published in the same year. With a final page of publisher's advertisements. ESTC n21771.

Copy Notes Bound (2) with The Bishop of Bangor's late sermon, ... answer'd, 7th ed., 1719 (q.v.) and A reply to the Bishop of Bangor's answer ..., 1719 (q.v.).

Binding C18th sprinkled calf, gilt double-ruled borders, gilt-tooled spine compartments, paper spine-label ink-lettered 'Bishop of / Bangor's / Sermon'.

Reference Number 4731


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