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A gentleman's religion : in three parts : The first contains the principles of natural religion : The second and third, the doctrines of Christianity, both as the faith and practice. With an appendix, Wherein it is proved, That nothing contrary to our Reason can possibly be the Object of our Belief: But that it is no just Exception against some of the Doctrines of Christianity, that they are above our Reason.

Author/Creator:
Synge, Edward, 1659-1741.
Edition:
The sixth edition corrected.
Publication:
Dublin : Printed by S. Powell, for George Risk, at the Shakespear's Head, George Ewing, at the Angel and Bible, and William Smith, at the Hercules, Booksellers in Dame's-Street, MDCCXXX. [1730]
Format/Description:
Book
[2], iv, [2], 5-240 p. ; 17 cm. (12 mo)
Fingerprint:
ashe sti- r-ch TrIX (3) 1730 (R)
Subjects:
Natural theology -- Early works to 1900.
Christianity -- Early works to 1800.
Place of Publication:
Ireland Dublin.
Notes:
Dedication signed: 'Edw. Tuam.', i.e. Edward Synge.
Local notes:
Penn Libraries Rare Books copy shelved with photocopies previously inserted in book.
Penn Provenance:
Elias, Archibald C. (donor)
Legge, John (autograph)
Penn Chronology:
1730
Cited in:
ESTC T86233
OCLC:
780365638
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