Fanaticism. Treated in a Manner wholly New. To which is added, Some Heads, by way of Instruction, for a Design’d Lecture of Rational Morality and Religion; attempting a compleat System, deduc’d from a Consideration of Man in the State of Nature. In which is shew’d That enforcing Things for Religion against Unviersal Reason, is not consistent with British Liberties and British Understandings...
London: Printed and Sold by J. Purser...[et al.], 1730. First edition. Occasional light foxing. Otherwise very good. Disbound. Octavo. , 104 pp. Item #14339
ESTC records eight copies, including only three in America (Boston Athenaeum, Folger Library, UCLA’s Clark Library).