Catalog Record: The way to the Sabbath of rest, or, The soul's progress in the work of the new-birth : with two discourses of the author never before printed viz. The journeys of the children of Israel, as in their names and historical passages, they comprise the great and gradual work of regeneration, and A treatise of extraordinary divine dispensations, under the Jewish and Gospel administrations | HathiTrust Digital Library

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The way to the Sabbath of rest, or, The soul's progress in the work of the new-birth :
with two discourses of the author never before printed viz. The journeys of the children of Israel, as in their names and historical passages, they comprise the great and gradual work of regeneration, and A treatise of extraordinary divine dispensations, under the Jewish and Gospel administrations /
by Mr. Thomas Bromley ; to which are added A discourse on mistakes concerning religion, enthusiasm, experiences, &c. by Thomas Hartly, rector of Winwick.

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Main Author: Bromley, Thomas, 1629-1691.
Related Names: Loewy, Benno 1854-1919., Dell, William -1664., Hartley, Thomas 1708-1784.
Language(s): English
Published: London printed ; Reprinted and sold by Christopher Sower, also sold by Solomon Fussell and Jonathan Zane in Philadelphia, 1759.
Subjects: Bible. > Bible. / Numbers, XXXIII > Bible. / Numbers, XXXIII / Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Typology (Theology)
Revelation
Regeneration (Theology)
1759
Revelation > Revelation / Early works to 1800.
Typology (Theology) > Typology (Theology) / Early works to 1800.
Regeneration (Theology) > Regeneration (Theology) / Early works to 1800.
Germantown (Pa.) > Germantown (Pa.) / Imprints (Christopher Sower; Solomon Fussell; Jonathan Zane)
Early works
Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Note: Signatures: A-S8 2A-K8 L4.
Hartley's Discourse is followed by William Dell's Christ's spirit with separate t.p. dated 1760 but continuing the pagination and signatures of the Hartley work.
Physical Description: viii, 280, 168 p. ; 19 cm. (8vo)
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