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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 Hartley Rector of Winwick.

Other records:
Author/Creator:
Bromley, Thomas, 1629-1691.
Other Title:
Soul's progress in the work of the new-birth
Journeys of the children of Israel, as in their names and historical passages, they comprise the great and gradual work of regeneration
Treatise of extraordinary divine dispensations, under the Jewish and Gospel administrations
Publication:
[Germantown, Pa.] : London printed. Germantown reprinted and sold by Christopher Sower, also sold by Solomon Fussell and Jonathan Zane in Philadelphia, 1759[-60]
Format/Description:
Archive
viii, 280, 168 p. ; 20 cm. (8vo)
Fingerprint:
sell, houe 3.4, IT(v (3) 1759 (A)
Subjects:
Bible. O.T.. Numbers XXXIII. -- Criticism, interpretation, etc. -- Early works to 1800.
Revelation -- Early works to 1800.
Typology (Theology) -- Early works to 1800.
Regeneration (Theology) -- Early works to 1800.
Place of Publication:
United States Pennsylvania Philadelphia Germantown.
Notes:
Error in paging: p. 147, first count, misnumbered 471.
Includes: The journeys of the children of Israel, as they are recorded, Numb. 33. and in their names and historical passages, comprise the great and gradual work of regeneration.(p.[61-187, first count)
Also includes: An account of the various ways of God's manifesting himself to man. with observations on those dispensations call'd extraordinary. (p.[188]-280, first count)
Issued with: A discourse on mistakes concerning religion, enthusiasm, experiences, &c. By Thomas Hartley .. London printed. Germantown reprinted by Christopher Sower. 1759."--p. [1]-71, last count, with separate title page (Evans 8364).
"Christ's spirit, a Christian's strength. Or, A plain discovery of the mighty and invincible power through the gift of the spirit. .. By William Dell. Germantown. Printed by Christopher Sower. 1760."--p. [73]-168, last count, with separate title page (Evans 8576); pagination and signatures are continuous with Hartley's Discourse, but the imprint date differs; pages [122]-168 contain "The stumbling stone, wherein the university is reproved. By W. Dell." without separate title page, but recorded separately by Evans (Evans 8577).
The works by Dell were also bound with the "Discourse..", by Hartley as a separate publication (Evans 8309).
Local notes:
Kaplan Collection copy presented to the Penn Libraries in 2012 by Arnold and Deanne Kaplan.
Kaplan Collection copy has handwritten list of members of the Franks family.
Kaplan Collection copy bound with: Benezet, Anthony. Observations on the inslaving, importing and purchasing of Negroes. Germantown : Printed by Christopher Sower, 1760. (Item 1 of 2)
Penn Provenance:
Kaplan, Arnold (donor) (Kaplan Collection copy)
Kaplan, Deanne (donor) (Kaplan Collection copy)
Franks, Theo. (autograph) (Kaplan Collection copy)
Franks, Samuel D. (autograph) (Kaplan Collection copy)
Penn Chronology:
1759-1760
Cited in:
Evans, 8309
Evans, 8364
Evans, 8576
Evans, 8577
Hildeburn, C.R. Pennsylvania, 1621
Hildeburn, C.R. Pennsylvania, 1628
Hildeburn, C.R. Pennsylvania, 1667
ESTC W29698
Contributor:
Hartley, Thomas, 1708-1784.
Dell, William, d. 1664.
Dell, William, d. 1664.
Arnold and Deanne Kaplan Collection of Early American Judaica (University of Pennsylvania)
Contains:
Christ's spirit, a Christian's strength.
Stumbling stone, wherein the university is reproved.
Journeys of the children of Israel, as they are recorded, Numb. 33. and in their names and historical passages, comprise the great and gradual work of regeneration.
Account of the various ways of God's manifesting himself to man. with observations on those dispensations call'd extraordinary.
OCLC:
2890988
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