1780 GEORGE WHITEFIELD &c. 15 Important Late 18th and Early 19th Century Tracts & Pamphlets
1780 GEORGE WHITEFIELD &c. 15 Important Late 18th and Early 19th Century Tracts & Pamphlets

1780 GEORGE WHITEFIELD &c. 15 Important Late 18th and Early 19th Century Tracts & Pamphlets

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Wonderful assemblage of late 18th and early 19th century pamphlets and tracts by prominent experimental, evangelical divines. Many of these quite scarce on their own. 

Includes:

Fawcett, Benjamin. Observations on the Nature, Causes and Cure of Melancholy; Especially of that which is commonly called Religious Melancholy. Shrewsbury. 1780. 77pp.

Hawker, Robert. Sketches of a Journey to London. Interspersed with Spiritual Reflections. London. C. Whittingham. 1803. 83pp.

Hill, Rowland. A Warning to Professors; Containing Aphoristic Observations on the Nature and Tendency of Public Amusements. London. Joseph Hartnell. 1805. 76pp

Whitefield, George. An Alarm in Zion: Being an Address to Christians of All Denominations on the Alarm of Invasion. Written by George Whitefield, 1756. With Notes and Observations Relative to the Present Awful Crisis. London. T. Williams. 1803. 24pp

James, Samuel. An Abstract of the Gracious Dealings of God with Several Eminent Christians, in their Conversion and Sufferings. Taken from Authentic Manuscripts and Published for the Comfort and Establishment of Serious Minds. London. Charles Whittingham. 1805. 103pp [All females]

Etc. Wonderful. Probably early to mid-20th century buckram in a good state.