Leap-Year Lectures

Leap-Year Lectures

A Collection of Discourses Delivered on the 29th of February to A Select Society. Committed to the Press, Because Improper for the Pulpit. The Subjects as Follow: He That Is Wounded in the Stones, or Hath His Privy Member Cut Off, Shall Not Enter Into the Congregation of the Lord. Deut. Xxiii. I. And Judah Said, Let Her Take It to Her, Lest We Be Shamed. Gen. Xxxviii. 23. And He Said, Let It Not Be Known That A Woman Came Into the Floor. Ruth Iii. 14. I Made A Covenant With My Eyes, Why Then Should I Think Upon A Maid? Job Xxxi. I. There Be Three Things Which Are Too Wonderful for Me, Yea Four Which I Know Not: the Way of An Eagle in the Air, the Way of A Serpent Upon A Rock, the Way of A Ship in the Midst of the Sea, and the Way of A Man With A Maid. Prov. Xxx. 18, 19. But A Woman Among All Those Have I Not Found. Eccles. Vii. 28

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Publisher: London : printed for S. Bladon, No. 28, Paternoster-Row, MDCCLXXIII. [1773]
Characteristics: [4],115,[1]p. ; 80


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