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A discourse, on the supposed existence of an evil spirit, called the devil : and also, a reply to the observations of Mr. William Carlisle, of Dudley-Hill, near Bradford, the ostensible author of An "essay on evil spirits," written in opposition to the discourse which was delivered in the Unitarian Chapel, Bradford

Title
A discourse, on the supposed existence of an evil spirit, called the devil : and also, a reply to the observations of Mr. William Carlisle, of Dudley-Hill, near Bradford, the ostensible author of An "essay on evil spirits," written in opposition to the discourse which was delivered in the Unitarian Chapel, Bradford / by the Rev. N.T. Heineken.
Author
Heineken, N. T. (Nicholas T.)
Publication
London : Printed for the author, and sold by R. Hunter ...; T. Inkersley, Bradford; and all other booksellers, [1825?]

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iv, 139, [1] p.; 23 cm. (8vo)
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Note
  • Errata slip precedes p. [1]
Access (note)
  • Restricted access;
Call Number
Pforz (Heineken, N./Discourse) 1825
Author
Heineken, N. T. (Nicholas T.)
Title
A discourse, on the supposed existence of an evil spirit, called the devil : and also, a reply to the observations of Mr. William Carlisle, of Dudley-Hill, near Bradford, the ostensible author of An "essay on evil spirits," written in opposition to the discourse which was delivered in the Unitarian Chapel, Bradford / by the Rev. N.T. Heineken.
Imprint
London : Printed for the author, and sold by R. Hunter ...; T. Inkersley, Bradford; and all other booksellers, [1825?]
Restricted Access
Restricted access; Pforzheimer Collection; Permit must be requested at the division indicated.
Local Note
With: Heineken, N.T. Observations on the unity, supremacy, and free unpurchased mercy of God. London : Printed for the author ... [1827?] -- Heineken, N.T. Discourse on the evidence of a divine superintendence ... Bradford : Printed for the author ..., 1826. -- Heineken, N.T. Confidence in God, the bulwark of a nation ... Brentford : Printed and sold by P. Norbury ... [1803?] -- The Republican (London): No. 25, Vol. 11, June 24, 1825; No. 5, Vol. 12, Aug. 5, 1825; No. 11, Vol. 12, Sept. 16, 1825. -- Letter to the inhabitants of Bradford ... Bradford : T. Inkersley, 1825. Bound together subsequent to publication.
Provenance: Collection of the author or his family (Heineken woodcut stamp on two title pages); Anne Renier and F.G. Renier (bookplate).
Binding: Contemporary half calf, marbled boards.
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Hunter, Rowland. Publisher
Inkersley, Thomas. Publisher
Renier, Anne, 1910-1988, former owner.
Renier, Fernand Gabriel, 1905-1988, former owner.
Research Call Number
Pforz (Heineken, N./Discourse) 1825
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