A letter to a friend in America [electronic resource] : wherein Is clearly held forth the peculiar Interest that the Elect have in the Death of Christ, by Virtue of a special Appointment, in Opposition to Arminians. As also The common Interest Mankind-Sinners have in his Obedience and Death, as constitute, by a general Appointment, God's great and gracious Ordinance for their Salvation, as contra-distinguished from fallen Angels. Likewise The necessary Connection that there is between the Doctrine of Christ's satisfying for the Sins of all Men so, that it might be competent to preach Peace, and publish the glad Tidings of Salvation unto them through his Blood, and the received Principles of the Doctrines of Grace. With Notes further illustrating and confirming the Truths therein contain'd.
- Edinburgh : printed and sold at the printing-house on the New-Stairs, M.DCC.LIV. 
xii,120p. ; 12⁰.
- Eighteenth century collections online. Part 1.
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