Catalog Record: A sermon preached at the meeting house of the people called Quakers, in Grace Church Street, London, September the twenty-fifth, 1737 | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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A sermon preached at the meeting house of the people called Quakers, in Grace Church Street, London, September the twenty-fifth, 1737 / by Thomas Story ; together with corresponding extracts from those of Elias Hicks, that were delivered, in and near this city, in 1824 ... ; with an appendix containing an original sermon of George Fox.

Main Author: Story, Thomas, 1662-1742.
Related Names: Fox, George 1624-1691.
Language(s): English
Published: Philadelphia : S. Potter, 1825.
Subjects: Society of Friends > Doctrinal and controversial works.
Note: Bound with Hicks, Elias. A series of extemporaneous discourses. Philadelphia, 1825.
Physical Description: 78 p. ; 22 cm.
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