A Letter from a gentleman in Scotland, to his friend in New-England

Publication Date1743
RemainderContaining an account of Mr. Whitefield's reception and conduct in Scotland, the two visits he made there; and also of the work at Cambuslang, and other parts: wherein many mistakes, relating to these things, that have been formerly and lately transmitted to this country, are rectified, and the whole affair set in a true and impartial light. The following letter is written in so masterly a way, with such elegance of thought, and Christian temper, that it will sufficiently recommend it self to every candid and ingenuous reader; and there is no need to acquaint the world, either by whom, or to whom, it was written. Wisdom is justified of her children
PublisherPrinted, and sold by T. Fleet at the Heart and Crown in Cornhill

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