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A treatise concerning marriage : wherein the unlawfulness of mixt mariages [sic] is laid open from the scriptures of truth: shewing that it is contrary to the will of God, and the practice of his people in former ages, and therefore of dangerous consequence, for persons of different judgments, in matters of religious worship, to be joyned together in marriage. : Written for the information and benefit of Christian professors in general ; and recommended more particularly to the youth of either sex amongst the people called Quakers
Former owner:
John Carter Brown Library
Author:
West, Moses
Printer:
Bradford, Andrew, 1686-1742
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Editions:
21
Total Holdings:
546
OCLC Work Id:
4921328853
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TitleA treatise concerning marriage : Wherein the unlawfulness of mixt-marriages is laid open from the Scriptures of Truth. Shewing, That it is contrary to the Will of God, and the Practice of his People in former Ages, and therefore of dangerous Consequence, for Persons of different Judgments, in Matters of religious Worship, to be joined together in Marriage. Written for the Information and Benefit of Christian Professors in general ; and recommended more particularly to the Youth of either Sex amongst the People called Quakers. By Moses Westby West, Moseseng 95  
TitleA treatise concerning marriage : Wherein the unlawfulness of mixt-marriages is laid open from the Scriptures of Truth. Shewing, That it is contrary to the Will of God, and the Practice of His People in former Ages, and therefore of Dangerous Consequence, for Persons of Different Judgments in Matters of Religious Worship, to be Joyned together in Marriage. Written for the Information and Benefit of Christian Professors in general ; and recommended more particularly to the Youth of either Sex amongst the People called Quakers. By Moses Westby West, Moseseng 94  
TitleA treatise concerning marriage : Wherein the unlawfulness of mixt-marriages is laid open from the Scriptures of Truth. Shewing, That it is contrary to the Will of God, and the Practice of his People in former Ages, and therefore of dangerous Consequence, for Persons of Different Judgments in Matters of Religious Worship, to be joyned together in Marriage. Written for the Information and Benefit of Christian Professors in general ; and recommended more particularly to the Youth of either Sex amongst the People called Quakers. By Moses Westby West, Moseseng 94  
TitleA treatise concerning marriage : wherein the unlawfullness of mixt-marriages is laid open from the Scriptures of Truth. Shewing. That it is contrary to the Will of God, and the Practice of his People in former Ages, and therefore of Dangerous Consequences, for Persons of Different Judgments in Matters of Religious Worship, to be joyned together in Marriage. Written for the Information and Benfit of Christian Professors in general ; and recommended more particularly to the youth of either Sex amongst the People called Quakers. By Moses Westby West, Moseseng 94  
TitleA treatise concerning marriage : wherein the unlawfulness of mixt mariages [sic] is laid open from the scriptures of truth: shewing that it is contrary to the will of God, and the practice of his people in former ages, and therefore of dangerous consequence, for persons of different judgments, in matters of religious worship, to be joyned together in marriage. : Written for the information and benefit of Christian professors in general ; and recommended more particularly to the youth of either sex amongst the people called Quakersby West, Moseseng 58050Z1215
TitleA treatise concerning marriage : wherein the unlawfulness of mixt mariages [sic] is laid open from the scriptures of truth: shewing that it is contrary to the will of God, and the practice of his people in former ages, and therefore of dangerous consequence, for persons of different judgments, in matters of religious worship, to be joyned together in marriage. : Written for the information and benefit of Christian professors in general ; and recommended more particularly to the youth of either sex amongst the people called Quakersby West, Moseseng 34050Z1215
TitleA treatise concerning marriage : Wherein the unlawfulness of mixt-marriages is laid open from the Scriptures of Truth. Shewing, That it is contrary to the Will of God, and the Practice of his People in former Ages, and therefore of dangerous Consequence, for Persons of Different Judgments in Matters of Religious Worship, to be joyned together in Marriage. Written for the Information and Benefit of Christian Professors in general; and recommended more particularly to the Youth of either Sex amongst the People called Quakers. By Moses Westby West, Moseseng 14  
TitleA treatise concerning marriage : wherein the unlawfullness of mixt-marriages is laid open from the Scriptures of Truth. Shewing. That it is contrary to the Will of God, and the Practice of his People in former Ages, and therefore of Dangerous Consequences, for Persons of Different Judgments in Matters of Religious Worship, to be joyned together in Marriage. Written for the Information and Benfit of Christian Professors in general; and recommended more particularly to the youth of either Sex amongst the People called Quakers. By Moses Westby West, Moseseng 14  
TitleA treatise concerning marriage : Wherein the unlawfulness of mixt-marriages is laid open from the Scriptures of Truth. Shewing, That it is contrary to the Will of God, and the Practice of his People in former Ages, and therefore of dangerous Consequence, for Persons of different Judgments, in Matters of religious Worship, to be joined together in Marriage. Written for the Information and Benefit of Christian Professors in general; and recommended more particularly to the Youth of either Sex amongst the People called Quakers. By Moses Westby West, Moseseng 14  
TitleA treatise concerning marriage : Wherein the unlawfulness of mixt-marriages is laid open from the Scriptures of Truth. Shewing, That it is contrary to the Will of God, and the Practice of His People in former Ages, and therefore of Dangerous Consequence, for Persons of Different Judgments in Matters of Religious Worship, to be Joyned together in Marriage. Written for the Information and Benefit of Christian Professors in general ; and recommended more particularly to the Youth of either Sex amongst the People called Quakers. By Moses Westeng 14  
TitleA treatise concerning marriage : wherein the unlawfulness of mixt mariages [sic] is laid open from the scriptures of truth: shewing that it is contrary to the will of God, and the practice of his people in former ages, and therefore of dangerous consequence, for persons of different judgments, in matters of religious worship, to be joyned together in marriage. : Written for the information and benefit of Christian professors in general ; and recommended more particularly to the youth of either sex amongst the people called Quakersby West, Moseseng 8  
TitleA treatise concerning marriage: : wherein the unlawfulness of mixt mariages [sic] is laid open from the scriptures of truth: shewing that it is contrary to the will of God, and the practice of his people in former ages, and therefore of dangerous consequence, for persons of different judgments, in matters of religious worship, to be joyned together in marriage. : Written for the information and benefit of Christian professors in general; and recommended more particularly to the youth of either sex amongst the people called Quakersby West, Moseseng 2  
TitleA treatise concerning marriage : wherein the unlawfulness of mixt mariages [sic] is laid open from the scriptures of truth: shewing that it is contrary to the will of God, and the practice of his people in former ages, and therefore of dangerous consequence, for persons of different judgments, in matters of religious worship, to be joyned together in marriage. : Written for the information and benefit of Christian professors in general; and recommended more particularly to the youth of either sex amongst the people called Quakersby West, Moseseng 2  
TitleA treatise concerning marriage : wherein the unlawfulness of mixt-marriages is laid open from the scriptures of truth: shewing that it is contrary to the will of God, and the practice of his people in former ages, and therefore of dangerous consequence, for persons of different judgments in matters of religious worship, to be joyned together in marriage. Written for the information and benefit of Christian professors in general; and recommended more particularly to the youth of either sex amongst the people called Quakers. By Moses West. [Eight lines of Scripture texts]by West, Moseseng 2  
TitleA treatise concerning marriage: : wherein the unlawfulness of mixt-marriages is laid open from the scriptures of truth: shewing that it is contrary to the will of God, and the practice of his people in former ages, and therefore of dangerous consequence, for persons of different judgments in matters of religious worship, to be joyned together in marriage. Written for the information and benefit of Christian professors in general; and recommended more particularly to the youth of either sex amongst the people called Quakers. By Moses West. [Eight lines of Scripture texts]by West, Moseseng 1  
TitleA treatise concerning marriage : Wherein the unlawfulness of mixt-marriages is laid open from the Scriptures of Truth. Shewing, That it is contrary to the Will of God, and the Practice of His People in former Ages, and therefore of Dangerous Consequence, for Persons of Different Judgments in Matters of Religious Worship, to be Joyned together in Marriage. Written for the Information and Benefit of Christian Professors in general; and recommended more particularly to the Youth of either Sex amongst the People called Quakers. By Moses Westby West, Moseseng 1  
TitleA treatise concerning marriage : Wherein the unlawfulness of mixt-marriages is laid open from the Scriptures of Truth. Shewing, That it is contrary to the Will of God, and the Practice of his People in former Ages, and therefore of dangerous Consequence, for Persons of Different Judgments in Matters of Religious Worship, to be joyned together in Marriage. Written for the Information and Benefit of Christian Professors in general; and recommended more particularly to the Youth of either Sex amongst the People called Quakers. By Moses Westby West, Moseseng 1  
TitleA treatise concerning marriage : wherein the unlawfullness of mixt-marriages is laid open from the Scriptures of Truth. Shewing. That it is contrary to the Will of God, and the Practice of his People in former Ages, and therefore of Dangerous Consequences, for Persons of Different Judgments in Matters of Religious Worship, to be joyned together in Marriage. Written for the Information and Benfit of Christian Professors in general; and recommended more particularly to the youth of either Sex amongst the People called Quakers. By Moses Westby West, Moseseng 1  
TitleA treatise concerning marriage : Wherein the unlawfulness of mixt-marriages is laid open from the Scriptures of Truth. Shewing, That it is contrary to the Will of God, and the Practice of His People in former Ages, and therefore of Dangerous Consequence, for Persons of Different Judgments in Matters of Religious Worship, to be Joyned together in Marriage. Written for the Information and Benefit of Christian Professors in general; and recommended more particularly to the Youth of either Sex amongst the People called Quakers. By Moses Westby West, Moseseng 1  
TitleA treatise concerning marriage : Wherein the unlawfulness of mixt-marriages is laid open from the Scriptures of Truth. Shewing, That it is contrary to the Will of God, and the Practice of his People in former Ages, and therefore of dangerous Consequence, for Persons of different Judgments, in Matters of religious Worship, to be joined together in Marriage. Written for the Information and Benefit of Christian Professors in general; and recommended more particularly to the Youth of either Sex amongst the People called Quakers. By Moses Westby West, Moseseng 1  
TitleA treatise concerning marriage : Wherein the unlawfulness of mixt-marriages is laid open from the Scriptures of Truth. Shewing, That it is contrary to the Will of God, and the Practice of his People in former Ages, and therefore of dangerous Consequence, for Persons of Different Judgments in Matters of Religious Worship, to be joyned together in Marriage. Written for the Information and Benefit of Christian Professors in general; and recommended more particularly to the Youth of either Sex amongst the People called Quakers. By Moses Westby West, Moseseng 1  
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