ID 5146
Last Name Doddridge
First Name Philip
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Gender Male
Date of Birth 1702-06-26
Date of Death 1751
Place of Birth London
Place of Death Lisbon
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Author A course of lectures on the principal subjects in pneumatology, ethics, and divinity: with references to the most considerable authors on each subject. By the late Rev. Philip Doddridge, D.D. The third edition. To which are now added, a great number of references, and Many Notes of Reference, to the Various Writers, on the Same Topics, who have Appeared since the Doctor's Decease. By Andrew Kippis, D. D. F. R. S. and S. A. 1794
Introducer The friendly instructor; or, A companion for young ladies, and young gentlemen: in which their duty to God and their parents, their carriage to superiors and inferiors, and several other very useful and instructive lessons are recommended in plain and familiar dialogues. By a pious lady. Recommended by the Rev. P. Doddridge, D.D. The first Hartford, from the fifth London edition. 1807
Introducer The friendly instructor: Or, A companion for young ladies and young gentlemen. In which their duty to God, and their parents, their carriage to superiors and inferiors, and several other very useful and instructive lessons are recommended, in plain and familiar dialogues. By a lady. 1809
Introducer The friendly instructor: Or, A companion for young masters and misses. In which their duty to God and their parents, their carriage to superiors and inferiors, and several other very useful and instructive lessons are recommended, in plain and familiar dialogues. By a lady. 1812
Author The Publications, of the Virginia Religious Tract Society. The distribution of cheap pious books is a very useful method of spreading the knowledge of religion. Much good may thus be done, to considerable numbers at once, in a most acceptable manner, and for a trifling expence 1813
Introducer The friendly instructer: or, A companion for young masters and misses. In which their duty to God, and their parents, their carriage to superiors and inferiors, and several other very useful and instructive lessons are recommended, in plain and familiar dialogues. By a lady. 1814
Author Address to mothers. Which preceded the Constitution and rules of the "Maternal Association of Portland. 1817
Introducer The friendly instructer: Or, A companion for young masters and misses. In which their duty to God, and their parents, their carriage to superiors and inferiors, and several other very useful and instructive lessons are recommended, in plain and familiar dialogues. By a lady. Very suitable for Sunday Schools. 1818

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