[FINCH, Richard]. A defence of the Rev. Mr. Whitefield's Doctrine of Regeneration: in answer to the Rev. Mr. Land. Designed to correct his Mistakes, to wipe off his Aspersions, and prevent his doing Mischief among the Common People. In a letter to Mr. Land. By a Member of one of the Religious Societies: To whose Perusal it is seriously recommended. Printed for T. Cooper. 1739. First edition.
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[Bound with:] Seasonable advice to a Young Clergyman; in a letter from a Gentleman in the Country, to His Kinsman in London, Just enter'd into Orders, London, Printed for E. Comyns, 1740. , 48pp. With half-title.
[And:] A Congratulatory Letter to the Revd. Dr. Trapp: Occasioned by his Four Sermons against enthusiasm. In which the Revd. Mr. Bates's Notions of the Co-operation of the Spirit are examined and refuted, London, Printed for J. Roberts, 1739. , 112pp. With half-title.
[And:] A Defence of a Congratulatory Letter to the reverend Dr. Trapp, &c. In Reply to a late Pamphlet, intituled, Quakero-Methodism, &c. by James Bate...Wherein His Calumnies, Misrepresentations, and false Reasonings are clearly Demonstrated. To which is prefix'd a previous letter to the Bishop of London, London, Printed for E. Comyns, 1740. xxii, 154pp.
[And:] A second letter to the Rev. Mr. Bate, M.A. Rector of St. Paul's Deptford. Occasioned by The Weekly Miscellany, of Saturday May 3. 1740., London, Printed for E. Comyns, 1740. , 56pp. With half-title.
8vo. Contemporary speckled calf, gilt. Rubbed, with some surface loss to boards and further loss to head and foot of spine, corners bumped. Overall internally clean and crisp but for occasional light browning to leaves.