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Sermons, 1740-1758.

Sermons, 1740-1758.

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Dr. Zachary Grey's Sermons.
Creator: Grey, Zachary, 1688-1766
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Binding: green cloth, with title: Dr. Zachary Grey's Sermons.
First page of first sermon inscribed: Dr. Z. Grey's ms.
Sermons and sermon notes in differing hands delivered 1703-1799 bound in at end.
Abstract:
Manuscript binding containing 8 sermons by Zachary Grey delivered 1740-58 mostly at Lillington and Houghton-Conquest. Annotated with date and location of delivery on the first page of each sermon. Sermons prefaced by the verse(s) preached upon (from 1 Corinthians, Psalms, 1 John, Ecclesiastes, Proverbs). Enlightenment concepts of Reason and Nature incorporated in some of the sermons.
Zachary Grey was a Church of England clergyman, noted for his confrontation of dissenters. He served as rector of Houghton-Conquest, and vicar at St. Giles and St. Peter's, Cambridge.
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1 v. (218 p.) ; 21 x 14 cm.
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Curatorial Area: Beinecke Library
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Object ID: 10000199
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