Dissertations on the origin, nature, and pursuits, of intelligent beings

Publication Date1786
Remainderand on divine providence, religion, and religious worship. In the course of which, the honour and dignity of the Supreme Being is vindicated From the absurd, if not impious Supposition, that by a particular or partial Providence He interferes, influences, and directs, the Thoughts and Determinations of Individuals; and the political Government, Changes, and Events, of States and Kingdoms. To Which is Added, A necessary and most equitable Suggestion and Plan for the Relief of the Present Exigencies of the State, the Burdens of the People, and a more honourable Mode for Supporting the Clergy. Also, An essential Sketch for a more rational Form of Worship, and a New Liturgy. By J. Z. Holwell, F. R. S. Most humbly inscribed, with all Duty, Loyalty, and Reverence, to the King, (as Supreme Head of the Church) And the Legislature of Great-Britain and Ireland
Publisherprinted by R. Cruttwell, for the author; and sold by L. Bull, on the Lower Walks; T. Cadell, in the Strand; and C. Dilly, Poultry, London


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