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Barton, Richard. The whole heart; or, Unexceptionable obedience to the divine laws. Adapted to Christians of all names and capacities. A plain convincing reason may possibly operate upon the mind both of a learned and ignorant hearer, as long as they live; and will edify a thousand times more, than the art of wetting the handkerchiefs of a whole congregation, if you were sure to attain it. Letter to a young gentleman lately entered into holy orders.The Women's Print History Project, 2019, title ID 14575, https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/title/14575. Accessed 2024-04-20.

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  author={Barton,Richard},
  year={1752},
  title={The whole heart; or, Unexceptionable obedience to the divine laws. Adapted to Christians of all names and capacities. A plain convincing reason may possibly operate upon the mind both of a learned and ignorant hearer, as long as they live; and will edify a thousand times more, than the art of wetting the handkerchiefs of a whole congregation, if you were sure to attain it. Letter to a young gentleman lately entered into holy orders.},
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