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Sunday (Total Items 8, Showing: 1 -> 8)

A letter to a lady, on card-playing on the Lord's Day.
BOLTON, Robert,, A letter to a lady, on card-playing on the Lord's Day. London: printed for J. Leake, at Bath; and sold by M. Cooper and R. Dodsley. 1748
ID No: 25508
195.00
A soveraign antidote against Sabbatarian errours.
REVEREND, RELIGIOUS, AND JUDICIOUS DIVINE, A soveraign antidote against Sabbatarian errours. London: printed by Thomas Harper for Benjamin Fisher, and are to be sold at his shop in Aldersgate-street at the signe of the Talbot. 1636
ID No: 26989
375.00
An appeal to the friends of religion, on the establishment of societies for promoting the observance of the Christian Sabbath.
COVENTRY SABBATH OBSERVANCE SOCIETY, An appeal to the friends of religion, on the establishment of societies for promoting the observance of the Christian Sabbath. London: Seeley & Co., Wightman & Cramp; H. Merridew, Coventry. 1829, First (only?) edition.
ID No: 21587
75.00
Six letters to a friend, on the establishment of Sunday schools.
PARSONS, Philip, Six letters to a friend, on the establishment of Sunday schools. London: T. Becket. MDCCLXXXVI [1786]
ID No: 24248
500.00
Sunday schools recommended in a sermon,
TURNER, Rev. William, Sunday schools recommended in a sermon, Newcastle: printed by T. Saint, and sold by Joseph Johnson, London. 1786, First, and only, edition.
ID No: 22812
195.00
The Blagdon Controversy;
LAYMAN,, The Blagdon Controversy; Bath: printed for the author, by W. Meyler, and sold by J. Norton, Bristol; and G. and J. Robinson, London. 1801, First edition.
ID No: 19791
165.00
The important question discussed; whether teaching the art of writing on the Lord's Day, be defensible on Christian principles.
MINISTER OF THE GOSPEL,, The important question discussed; whether teaching the art of writing on the Lord's Day, be defensible on Christian principles. Sheffield: printed and sold by J. Blackwell. 1824
ID No: 19819
75.00
The Sunday school. An essay. In three parts.
DAVIDS, Louisa, The Sunday school. An essay. In three parts. London: Sunday School Union, 60 Paternoster Row. 1847, First edition.
ID No: 27902
125.00