Look at home, or, The accusers accused : being an account of the manner in which our Savior put to silence the Scribes and Pharisees, when they brought to Him the woman taken in adultery.
|Related Names:||Hazard, Samuel d. 1806., White, R. , Marshall, John printer.|
London : Sold by J. Marshall, (printer to the Cheap Repository for Religious and Moral Tracts) No. 17, Queen-Street, Cheapside, and No. 4, Aldermary Church-Yard : 
Adultery > Biblical teaching > Early works to 1800.
Chapbooks > England > London > 18th century
Includes 2 woodcuts.
First sentence: "A great man used to say that he never saw a criminal dragged to execution without asking himself, 'Who knows whether this poor fellow may not, on the whole, be guilty of less sin than I am?'"
"[Entered at Stationers Hall.]" (in italics).
Woodcut: title page vignette.
Publisher's advertisement on p.  lists tracts published from Aug. 1795 to June, 1796.
Includes "A hymn" on p. 15.
In this edition the second line of the imprint ends "Religi-".
At head of title: Cheap Repository. Sunday reading.
Undated. Imprint date from Spinney and ESTC, cited below.
15,  p. ;
17 x 11 cm.
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