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A Dialogue between Dr. Sherlock, Dean of Chichester: and Dr. Sherlock, Master of the Temple. Published from Original Words 1 edition

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Charles Norris

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A Dialogue between Dr. Sherlock, Dean of Chichester: and Dr. Sherlock, Master of the Temple. Published from Original Words
Being A Justification of Mr. Sykes's Charge; and a full Reply to what the Dean of Chichester has offer'd, in order to Reconcile himself unto himself
By Charles Norris, M.A..

Published 1718 by Printed for J. Roberts, near the Oxford-Arms in Warwick-Lane in London .
Written in English.

Edition Notes

NUC has note: 'Extracts from various works by Sherlock, arranged in dialogue form'. This work may have been a contribution to the theological pamphlet-war of the time, known as the 'Bangorian Controversy', which was triggered off by Dr. Benjamin Hoadly, Bishop of Bangor, in 1717. The DNB records of Arthur Ashley Sykes that he was 'a voluminous controversial writer of the school of Hoadly' ... "his whole life", wrote a critic, "was a warfare of the pen, first in the Bangorian controversy, next in the Arian, then in the dispute about Phlegon, and afterwards in the Inquiry concerning the Demoniacs". Thomas Sherlock's long rivalry with Hoadly was said to have begun at Cambridge [DNB]

A 'Preface' follows the title-page; on verso of final page, 23, a printer's advertisement.

ESTC975N1 [under Norris]; ESTC5255S19 [under Sykes]; ESTC2140S10 [under Sherlock].

The Physical Object

Pagination
[i], vi, 23, [1] p.
Number of pages
23

ID Numbers

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OL15952606M

History

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