ID 12028
Last Name Bartlett
First Name Mrs.
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Bookseller Remarks on the Reverend Mr. Whitefield's journal. Wherein his many inconsistences are pointed out, and his tenets consider'd. 1738
Bookseller Remarks on the Reverend Mr. Whitefield's journal. Wherein his many inconsistences are pointed out, and his tenets consider'd. The whole shewing the Dangerous Tendency of his Doctrine. Address'd to the Religious Societies. 1738?
Bookseller Remarks on the Reverend Mr. Whitefield's journal. Wherein many of his inconsistences [sic] are pointed out, and his tenets consider'd. The Whole shewing the Dangerous Tendency of His Doctrine. Address'd to the Religious Societies. 1739
Bookseller True Character of the Rev. Mr. Whitefield; In a Letter from a Deist in London, to his Friend in the Country. With some Observations on the Dispute between Dr. Trapp and Mr. Whitefield, and the Behaviour of the Clergy. Likewise the sentiments, manners, &c. of deists, fairly stated by real truths. 1739
Bookseller A Collection of papers, lately printed in the daily advertiser. Containing, I. A letter from the Rev. Mr. Whitefield to a friend in London, dated at New-Brunswick in New-Jersey, April 27, 1740. II. A letter from the Rev. Mr. Whitefield, to the inhabitants of Maryland, Virginia, North and South-Carolina. III. A letter from the Rev. Mr. Whitefield to a friend in London; shewing the fundamental error of a book called The Whole Duty of Man. IV. A letter from the Rev. Mr. Whitefield, at Georgia, to a friend in London, wherein he vindicates his asserting, that Archbishop Tillotson knew no more of true Christianity than Mahomet. V. A second letter on the same subject. VI. Some observations on the Rev. Mr. Whitefield and his opposers. VII. The manner of the childrens spending their time at the Orphan-House in Georgia. 1740
Bookseller Woman unmask'd, and dissected; a satire 1740
Printer Woman unmask'd, and dissected; a satire 1740

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