A Free Address to Protestant Dissenters, On the Subject of Church Discipline; With A Preliminary Discourse, concerning the Spirit of Christianity, and the Corruption of it by false Notions of Religion.
Priestley, Joseph.

London: Printed for J. Johnson… 1770. The first work is clearly the most substantial of these three pieces. “Priestley’s ecclesiastical views retained the impress of his early training among independents. The decay of church organisation and the neglect of the sacraments among liber Title of the first work dustsoiled, a little light foxing. Overall very good. First edition. Crook TR/90. [Together with:] Priestley, Joseph. Dr. Priestley’s Letter to the Inhabitants of Birmingham: Mr. Keir’s Vindication of the Revolution Dinner: and Mr. Russell’s Account of Proceedings Relating to it, with the toas Octavo. 32, 137, [1, contents], (Item ID: 12276)


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