1802.043: The Great Importance of a Religious Life Considered.
Full Title: The great importance of a religious life considered by the late William Melmoth, Esq. of Lincoln's-Inn, London. From the twenty-third London edition. To which are added, prefatory observations on the credibility of the Christian religion; and, a few concise observations on prayer.
Author: Melmoth, William (1666-1743).
Place Issued: Alexandria
Issuing Press: Cottom & Stewart, for Samuel Bishop.
Description: 314 pgs.; 17 cm. (12mo).
Dated at the end of Bishop's editorial introduction: "Alexandria, January 1, 1802." Bishop was a bookseller and stationer in Alexandria between 1799 to 1803 who specialized in London imprints and American reprintings of such; this title was his own reprinting of a Melmoth title from the 1740s with additional remarks targeting Thomas Paine's Age of Reason (1795) by Soame Jenyn, William Paley, and Robert Hall.
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