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Free address to Protestant Dissenters, on the subject of the Lords Supper.

a paper read before the New York Society of Pedagogy, Feby 28, 1894

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        LC Classifications1769
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        Paginationxvi, 128 p. :
        Number of Pages98
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The First Principles of Government and the Nature of Political, Civil and Religious Liberty, 1768 [1771 2nd ]• The Present State of Liberty in Great Britain and her Colonies, 1769• A Syllabus of a Course of Lectures on the study of History, 1765 []• Priestley's free address, on the subject of the Lord's Supper.

After graduating from Daventry Academy, he set himself up as a Presbyterian minister and schoolmaster.

The Protestant Dissenter's answer to the Reverend Dr. Priestley's free address, on the subject of the Lord's Supper. Upon Scriptural and national principles In a series of letters to the author. With some occasional remarks on his letter to the Rev. Mr. Venn, and on Bp. Hoadly's plain account. (1770 edition)

5 - A Summary of his religious opinions• Yet no one has attempted an all-inclusive biography of Priestley, probably because he was simply too many persons for anyone easily to comprehend in a single study. Venn, in answer to his 'Free and full examination of the address to Protestant dissenters, on the subject of the Lord's Supper'.

In his words: "The good and happiness of the members, that is the majority of the members of the state, is the great standard by which every thing relating to that state must finally be determined.

They believed that Reason and Necessity, coupled with Liberty and Freedom, were the guide to all human progress and social reform. A Course of Lectures on the Theory of Language and Universal Language, 1762 []• The Rational Dissenters also acquired a reputation as cold-hearted social reformers.

Schofield situates Priestley, the provincial dissenter, within the social, political, and intellectual contexts of his day and examines all the works Priestley wrote and published during this period.

A Free Address To Protestant Dissenters, On The Subject Of The Lord's Supper.... 9781170722794

In 1766, Priestley discovered the Law of Inverse Squares, i. Influenced by TomPriestley 1791 defended the French Revolution on the grounds that the republicans were ushering in the government by Reason. Priestley's tracts on religion 1777, 1778, 1782, 1784 were severely criticized by both the established and dissenting churches.

Considerations on Differences of Opinion among Christians, with a letter to Rev. - If we could be so happy," says Dr.