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Sermons preached upon several occasions / by Robert South, D.D. prebendary of Westminster, and canon of Christ church, Oxford.

Main Author: South, Robert, 1634-1716.
Language(s): English
Published: Oxford : The Clarendon press, 1823.
Edition: A new ed. /
Subjects: South, Robert, > 1634-1716.
Church of England > Sermons.
Sermons, English.
Note: "The first four volumes, containing seventy-two discourses, correspond with the first six volumes of the preceding editions ... The last three volumes ... contain the posthumous discourses ... The appendix to the seventh volume contains the three sermons published by Edmund Curll, with the Life of the author, in the year 1717. The Life is prefixed to the first volume of the present edition." - Advertisement, v. 1.
Physical Description: 7 v. ; 23 cm.
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