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A letter from a country divine to his friend in London concerning the education. of the dissenters in their private academies, in several parts of this nation. by: Wesley, Samuel, Published: (). A letter from a country divine to his friend in London: Concerning the education of the dissenters in their private academies, in several parts of this nation.
A letter from a country divine to his friend in London: concerning the education. of the dissenters in their private academies, in several parts of this nation. Humbly offer'd to the Consideration of the Grand Committee of Parliament for Religion. FIRST EDITION. 4to, pp. 15, ; with some damage to head and fore-edge of title with minor loss, and lightly browned in places, otherwise a good copy, in recent marbled wraps.
Uncommon first edition this pamphlet by the divine and poet Samuel Wesley (), which having been published without his consent or knowledge led to a serious, prolonged, and ill-natured. In there appeared his Letter from a Country Divine to his friend in London concerning the education of dissenters in their private academies, apparently written about This attack upon dissenting academies was published at an unfortunate time, when the public mind was inflamed by the intolerance of overzealous ion: Exeter College, Oxford, Corpus.
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GoldsmithAuthor: Oliver Goldsmith. Without Wesley's knowledge or consent, Clavel at length published the document, anonymously, as ‘A Letter from a Country Divine to his Friend in London, concerning the Education of Dissenters in their Private Academies offered to the Consideration of the Grand Committee of Parliament for Religion’ (, 4to).
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