The progress of sin: or, The travels of ungodliness. [electronic resource] : Wherein the pedigree, rise, and antiquity of sin is fully discovered; in an apt and pleasant allegory; together with the great victories he hath obtained, and the abominable evil he hath done to mankind, by the help of the devil, in all his travels, from the beginning of the world to this very day. Also, the manner of his apprehension, arraignment, trial, condemnation, and execution. By Benjamin Keach.
- Edinburgh : Printed for Mundell & Son, Parliament Stairs, 1799.
188p. ; 18⁰.
- Eighteenth century collections online. Part 2: New editions
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