The Resource Humilis confessio: the saints united confession, in disparagement of their own righteousness : A sermon preach'd (summarily) at the Tuesday-evening lecture in Brattle-Street, Boston, Jan. 30. 1749,50. Representing the commonly receiv'd Protestant sense & use of two Scripture-passages, which depreciate all our personal righteousness, under the comparison of filthy rags, and of despicable dung. In opposition to popish abuse and calumny. By Thomas Foxcroft, M.A. One of the Pastors of the Old Church in Boston. [Ten lines of quotations], (electronic resource.)

Humilis confessio: the saints united confession, in disparagement of their own righteousness : A sermon preach'd (summarily) at the Tuesday-evening lecture in Brattle-Street, Boston, Jan. 30. 1749,50. Representing the commonly receiv'd Protestant sense & use of two Scripture-passages, which depreciate all our personal righteousness, under the comparison of filthy rags, and of despicable dung. In opposition to popish abuse and calumny. By Thomas Foxcroft, M.A. One of the Pastors of the Old Church in Boston. [Ten lines of quotations], (electronic resource.)

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Humilis confessio: the saints united confession, in disparagement of their own righteousness : A sermon preach'd (summarily) at the Tuesday-evening lecture in Brattle-Street, Boston, Jan. 30. 1749,50. Representing the commonly receiv'd Protestant sense & use of two Scripture-passages, which depreciate all our personal righteousness, under the comparison of filthy rags, and of despicable dung. In opposition to popish abuse and calumny. By Thomas Foxcroft, M.A. One of the Pastors of the Old Church in Boston. [Ten lines of quotations]
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Humilis confessio: the saints united confession, in disparagement of their own righteousness
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A sermon preach'd (summarily) at the Tuesday-evening lecture in Brattle-Street, Boston, Jan. 30. 1749,50. Representing the commonly receiv'd Protestant sense & use of two Scripture-passages, which depreciate all our personal righteousness, under the comparison of filthy rags, and of despicable dung. In opposition to popish abuse and calumny. By Thomas Foxcroft, M.A. One of the Pastors of the Old Church in Boston. [Ten lines of quotations]
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eng
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MWA
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  • 6500
  • ESTCW20486
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  • Evans
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1697-1769
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Foxcroft, Thomas
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Humilis confessio: the saints united confession, in disparagement of their own righteousness : A sermon preach'd (summarily) at the Tuesday-evening lecture in Brattle-Street, Boston, Jan. 30. 1749,50. Representing the commonly receiv'd Protestant sense & use of two Scripture-passages, which depreciate all our personal righteousness, under the comparison of filthy rags, and of despicable dung. In opposition to popish abuse and calumny. By Thomas Foxcroft, M.A. One of the Pastors of the Old Church in Boston. [Ten lines of quotations], (electronic resource.)
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  • Half-title: Mr. Foxcroft's sermon on the saints united confession, in disparagement of their own righteousness
  • Caption title: The saints united confession, in disparagement of their own righteousness
  • Samuel Adams and Timothy Green printed opposite the prison in Queen Street at this time
  • Reproduction of original from the British Library
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ESTCW20486
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80.
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unknown
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[4],64p.
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electronic
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not applicable
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Electronic reproduction.
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remote
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Humilis confessio: the saints united confession, in disparagement of their own righteousness : A sermon preach'd (summarily) at the Tuesday-evening lecture in Brattle-Street, Boston, Jan. 30. 1749,50. Representing the commonly receiv'd Protestant sense & use of two Scripture-passages, which depreciate all our personal righteousness, under the comparison of filthy rags, and of despicable dung. In opposition to popish abuse and calumny. By Thomas Foxcroft, M.A. One of the Pastors of the Old Church in Boston. [Ten lines of quotations], (electronic resource.)
Publication
Note
  • Half-title: Mr. Foxcroft's sermon on the saints united confession, in disparagement of their own righteousness
  • Caption title: The saints united confession, in disparagement of their own righteousness
  • Samuel Adams and Timothy Green printed opposite the prison in Queen Street at this time
  • Reproduction of original from the British Library
Control code
ESTCW20486
Dimensions
80.
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
[4],64p.
Form of item
electronic
Reformatting quality
not applicable
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote

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