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A discourse, concerning creeds, their origin, authors, and effects: preached in the Meeting-house of the First Presbyterian Congregation, Belfast, on Sunday, May the 8th, 1836. With reference to the decision of the Court of Exchequer, in the case respecting the Presbyterian Meeting-house of Clough: and published at the request of those who heard it, and of other congregations to whom it was subsequently preached 1 edition

A discourse, concerning creeds, their origin, authors, and effects
John Scott Porter

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A discourse, concerning creeds, their origin, authors, and effects
preached in the Meeting-house of the First Presbyterian Congregation, Belfast, on Sunday, May the 8th, 1836. With reference to the decision of the Court of Exchequer, in the case respecting the Presbyterian Meeting-house of Clough: and published at the request of those who heard it, and of other congregations to whom it was subsequently preached
By J. Scott Porter.

Published 1836 by Printed by J. Smyth, J. Mardon, Shaw, Grant and Bolton, S. Archer, J. Hodgson, H. Greer, King, O'Neil in Belfast (High Street), London 7, Farringdon St., Holborn Bridge), Dublin Bachelor's Walk), Dublin Dame Street), Belfast), Belfast), Belfast), Cork), Clonmel) .
Written in English.

Edition Notes

Bound along with other works by J. Scott Porter, see: BPB1841.5; BPB1834.35; BPB1833.16; BPB1845.4; BPB1843.1; BPB1841.6; and "Facts and extracts relating to Sir Issac Newton's historical account of two noteable corruptions of Scripture, in a letter to the editor of the Christian Reformer", London, 1845.

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Pagination
32p. ;
Number of pages
32

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OL20399139M

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