London: Printed By Glabin and Baker for J. Buckland and G. Robinson, 1783. Octavo. Item #028299
495 pages. One of the most important dissenting ministers of the late 18th century, the author became the most important of the students of Philip Doddridge. His works were concerned with the false attribution of demonic forces which were clearly of a deep psychological understanding. The conservatives of his day felt he had departed from the strict Calvinist understanding though his congregations grew and became among the largest of nonconformist in England. A very nice copy bound in brown buckram, spine lettering gilt, all edges gilt, some light off-setting, toning or lightly scattered foxing to leaves. [ESTC T067979.].