Catalog Record: The importance and extent of free inquiry in matters of religion : a sermon, preached before the congregations of the old and new meeting of Protestant dissenters at Birmingham, November 5, 1785 | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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The importance and extent of free inquiry in matters of religion : a sermon, preached before the congregations of the old and new meeting of Protestant dissenters at Birmingham, November 5, 1785 : to which are added, Reflections on the present state of free inquiry in this country ; and Animadversions on some passages in Mr. White's sermons at the Bampton lectures ; Mr. Howe's Discourse on the abuse of the talent of disputation in religion ; and, a pamphlet, intitled Primitive candour / by Joseph Priestley.

Main Author: Priestley, Joseph, 1733-1804.
Language(s): English
Published: Birmingham : Printed by M. Swinney for J. Johnson, London, 1785.
Subjects: Howes, Thomas, > 1729-1814.
White, Joseph, > 1746-1814.
Freedom of religion.
Note: Cf. Crook TR/118.
A catalogue of books written by Joseph Priestley: p. [116]
Physical Description: iv, [3]-115, [1] p. ; 22 cm.
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