ID 12187
Last Name Legh
First Name George
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Gender Male
Date of Birth 1693/4
Date of Death 1775
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Author A letter from Edinburgh to Dr. Sherlock, rectifying the committee's notions of sincerity. Defending the whole of the B. of Bangor's doctrine. And maintaining That Religion, not a Profession of it, is Religion; That The Gospel, not a Corruption of it, is The Gospel That Christ, not the Church, is Christ. In which is An Apology for the English Dissenters. With a word or two relating to Mr. Toland. By Gilbert Dalrymple, D.D. The Third Edition Corrected and Enlarged. 1718
Author A letter from Edinburgh to Dr. Sherlock, rectifying the committee's notions of sincerity. Defending the whole of the B. of Bangor's doctrine: and maintaining that religion, not a profession of it, is religion; that the Gospel, not a corruption of it, is the Gospel; that Christ, not the church, is Christ. In which is an apology for the English dissenters. With a word or two relating to Mr. Toland. By Gilbert Dalrymple, D.D 1718
Author A letter from Edinburgh to Dr. Sherlock, rectifying the committee's notions of sincerity. Defending the whole of the B. of Bangor's doctrine: and Maintaining That Religion, not a Profession of it, is Religion; That The Gospel, not a Corruption of it, is The Gospel; That Christ, not the Church, is Christ. In which is An Apology for the English Dissenters. With a word or two relating to Mr. Toland. By Gilbert Dalrymple, D.D. The Second Edition, corrected. 1718
Author A letter from Edinburgh to Dr. Sherlock, rectifying the committee's notions of sincerity. Defending the whole of the B. of Bangor's doctrine. And Maintaining That Religion, not a Profession of it, is Religion; That The Gospel, not a Corruption of it, is the Gospel, That Christ, not the Church, is Christ. In which is An Apology for the English Dissenters. With A Word or two relating to Mr Toland. By Gilbert Dalrymple, D.D. The Fourth Edition with a Pref. & P.S. & Notes. 1719
Author The uncharitableness of modern charity, and the infidelity of modern faith, expos'd in a new way: Maintaining That Faith, not the Notion of it, is Faith: That Charity, not the Notion of it, is Charity. And That Living, not Arguing for Faith or Charity, is the Best way of Arguing for Faith or Charity. With an important Remark or two on the late Differences among Some Dissenters. - And a seasonable word or two upon Loyalty. - And a Preface in Praise of Imposition. In a letter to the Reverend Dr. Calamy and Mr. I. Watts. By a theological, thinking layman (of Cambridge.) Whereunto is annex'd, an appendix, Giving some Account of Cassiodorus (an old learned Roman Senator) and his Antique MS. of part of the New Testament, lately discover'd at Verona in Italy. - Herein is inserted his material Passage relating to the Trinity. Whereunto is added, a critical disquisition. By Phileleutherus trinitoniensis. 1722

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