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“The Gradation of Sin both in Principles and Practice. A sermon preach’d before the University of Oxford, at St Mary’s on the XXXth of January 1709/10. Wherein one of Mr. Hoadly’s principal Arguments against the Doctrine of Non-Resistance of the supreme Powers is occasionally considered. By Nathaniel Whaley, M. A. Fellow of Wadham College in Oxford”, Printed at Oxford, at the Theater, for Anth-Peisley: and are to be sold by Jam. Knapton, Hen. Clements, and J. Morphew, Booksellers in London, 1710. [2], 17, [1]. Pamphlet not bound, measures 4.75 x 7.25”.

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    1710 Pamphlet Gradation of Sin in Principles & Practice

    Estimate $100 - $200Mar 12, 2017
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