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Dutton, Anne. Letters on spiritual subjects, and divers occasions, sent to the Reverend Mr. George Whitefield, and others of his friends and acquaintance. To which is added, A letter on the being and working of sin, in the soul of a justify'd man, as consistent with his state of justification in Christ, and sanctification through Him: with the nature of his obedience, and of his comfort, consider'd: as the one is from God, and the other to Him; notwithstanding his corruptions may be great, and his graces small in his own sight. As also, A letter on the duty and privilege of a believer, to live by faith, and to improve his faith unto holiness. By one who has tasted that the Lord is Gracious.The Women's Print History Project, 2019, title ID 24732, https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/title/24732. Accessed 2024-06-25.

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  author={Dutton,Anne},
  year={1745},
  title={Letters on spiritual subjects, and divers occasions, sent to the Reverend Mr. George Whitefield, and others of his friends and acquaintance. To which is added, A letter on the being and working of sin, in the soul of a justify'd man, as consistent with his state of justification in Christ, and sanctification through Him: with the nature of his obedience, and of his comfort, consider'd: as the one is from God, and the other to Him; notwithstanding his corruptions may be great, and his graces small in his own sight. As also, A letter on the duty and privilege of a believer, to live by faith, and to improve his faith unto holiness. By one who has tasted that the Lord is Gracious.},
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Suggestions and Comments for Letters on spiritual subjects, and divers occasions, sent to the Reverend Mr. George Whitefield, and others of his friends and acquaintance. To which is added, A letter on the being and working of sin, in the soul of a justify'd man, as consistent with his state of justification in Christ, and sanctification through Him: with the nature of his obedience, and of his comfort, consider'd: as the one is from God, and the other to Him; notwithstanding his corruptions may be great, and his graces small in his own sight. As also, A letter on the duty and privilege of a believer, to live by faith, and to improve his faith unto holiness. By one who has tasted that the Lord is Gracious.
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