Syntagma of the evidences of the Christian religion, being a vindication of the manifesto of the Christian Evidence Society, against the assaults of the Christian Instruction Society, through their deputy, J.P.S. commonly reported to be Dr. John Pye Smith, of Homerton

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Place of publication: London
Collation: iv, [5]-128 p. ; 17 cm.
Notes: Includes bibliographical references. Signature on title page: A. Bonner, Dec/81. Reprinted by William Dugdale, 16 Holywell Street, Strand. No. 252 in Stein's descriptive bibliography (1981), but with different imprint (R. Carlile, 1829). Taylor is described on the t.p. as "Orator of the Areopagus, prisoner in Oakham Gaol, for the conscientious maintenance of the truths contained in that manifesto."

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Taylor, Robert [1784-1844], “Syntagma of the evidences of the Christian religion, being a vindication of the manifesto of the Christian Evidence Society, against the assaults of the Christian Instruction Society, through their deputy, J.P.S. commonly reported to be Dr. John Pye Smith, of Homerton,” Humanist Library and Archives Digital Collections, accessed June 3, 2020, https://conwayhallcollections.omeka.net/items/show/1537.

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