Sermons to the condemned

Publication Date1775
RemainderLiterally, intended for the benefit of those under sentence of death by the laws of their country; spiritually, for all who feel themselves under condemnation by the law of God, And who may properly be stiled Prisoners of Hope. To which is added an original dialogue, between the minister and convict ordered for Execution. By David Edwards.
Extent[2], x, 255, [1] p.
Publisherprinted by R. Hawes, (no. 34,) Lamb-Street, Spitalfields, 1775, and sold by Messrs. J and C. Dilly, in the Poultry; J. Buckland, in Pater-Noster-Row; W. Watts, Windmill-Hill, near Moorfields: --- Also by J. Shave, and C. Punchard, at Ipswich; E. Rogers, at Bury; and M. Booth, at Norwich


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