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Webster, Samuel, 1718-1796. Winter evening's conversation
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A defence of the principles of the "Summer-morning's conversation -- concerning the doctrine of original sin." Against the exceptions of the author of the "Winter evening's conversation vindicated." Wherein the said doctrine is further illustrated and confirmed, by valid Scripture, reason, and antiquity. Concluded with an expostulatory address.
Clark, Peter, 1694-1768
Boston: : Printed and sold by Edes and Gill in Queen-Street,, 1760
1760
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Fair play! or, A needful word, to temper the tract, entitled, A summer morning's conversation, &c. Just publish'd, by the Revd Peter Clark, Pastor of the First Church of Christ in Danvers; on occasion of a piece called A winter evening's conversation, &c. upon the doctrine of Original Sin, &c. : Being a letter to the Revd Dr. Sewall, the Revd Messirs Thomas Prince, Samuel Phillips, Thomas Foxcroft, and E. Pemberton; on occasion of their putting a recommendatory preface to Mr. Clark's tract. : [T
March, Edmund, 1704?-1791
Portsmouth, in New-Hampshire; : Printed and sold by Daniel Fowle,, 1758
1758
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A letter, to the reverend author of The winter-evening conversation on original sin, from one of his candid neighbours: who, having been urged, "that an honest man must be a Calvinist, or a Deist,"-- and being quite unable to extricate himself, sends to his minister for help. [Five lines of quotations]
Bellamy, Joseph, 1719-1790
Boston: : Printed and sold by S. Kneeland, in Queen-Street., 1758
1758
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The opinion of one that has perused the Summer morning's conversation, concerning original sin, wrote by the Rev. Mr. Peter Clark, in two things principally: first, that he has offered that, which has rendered it impossible the doctrine of the imputation of Adam's guilt to his posterity, should be true in the sense it is held by Calvinists. Secondly, that tho' he pretends to be a friend to the Calvinistical doctrine of imputed guilt, yet he has deserted this doctrine and given it up into the han
Chauncy, Charles, 1705-1787
Boston: : Printed and sold by Green & Russell, opposite the probate-office in Queen-Street., 1758
1758
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Remarks on a late pamphlet, intitled, "The opinion of one that has perused the Summer-morning's conversation, concerning the doctrine of original sin," &c. Detecting and correcting the mistakes of that writer. In a letter to a friend. : [One line from Job]
Clark, Peter, 1694-1768
Boston: : Printed by Edes and Gill, in Queen-Street., 1758
1758
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Remarks on a late pamphlet, intitled, "The opinion of one that has perused the Summer-morning's conversation, concerning the doctrine of original sin," &c Detecting and correcting the mistakes of that writer. In a letter to a friend. [One line from Job]
Clark, Peter, 1694-1768
Boston : Printed by Edes and Gill, in Queen-Street, 1758
1758
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The Scripture-doctrine of original sin, stated and defended. In a summer-morning's conversation, between a minister and a neighbour. Containing remarks on a late anonymous pamphlet, intitled, "A winter-evening's conversation, upon the doctrine of original sin, between a minister and three of his neighbours, accidently met," &c. : With an appendix, in reply to a supplement in the New-Haven edition of that pamphlet.
Clark, Peter, 1694-1768
Boston: : Printed and sold by S. Kneeland, opposite to the Probate Office in Queen-Street., 1758
1758
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The winter evening conversation vindicated; against the remarks of the Rev. Mr. Peter Clark of Danvers. In a piece intitled, A summer morning's conversation, &c. : Wherein the principal arguments in said piece, from Scripture, reason and antiquity, are considered, and shown to be of no validity.
Webster, Samuel, 1718-1796
Boston: : Printed and sold by Edes and Gill, at their printing-office, next to the prison in Queen-Street., [1758 or 1759]
1759
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The winter evening conversation vindicated against the remarks of the Rev. Mr. Peter Clark of Danvers. In a piece intitled, A summer morning's conversation, &c. Wherein the principal arguments in said piece, from Scripture, reason and antiquity, are considered, and show to be of no validity. By the author of the winter evening conversation. [Three lines of Scripture texts]
Webster, Samuel, 1718-1796
Boston : Printed and sold by Edes and Gill, at their printing-office, next to the prison in Queen-Street, [1758 or 1759]
1759
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