3 edition of The office of a chaplain enquir"d into and vindicated from servility and contempt found in the catalog.
The office of a chaplain enquir"d into and vindicated from servility and contempt
by Printed by John Hayes for Henry Dickinson and are to be sold by Sam. Smith in Cambridge
Written in English
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 1202:29|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||38|
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Since the death of George Eliot much public curiosity has been excited by the repeated allusions to, and quotations from, her contributions to periodical literature, and a leading newspaper gives expression to a general wish when it says that “this series of striking essays ought to be collected and reprinted, both because of substantive worth and because of the light they The sister of this Mrs Lennard had experienced a very different destiny – She had been taken at the time of her father's misfortunes into the family of a nobleman; she had married the chaplain, and retired with him on a small living, where she died in a few years, leaving several children; among others a daughter, to whom report imputed