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Betrachtungen über die Geschichte der Religion, nebst zwo Abhandlungen von dem Leben und Charakter Christi, und von der Natur und dem Endzwecke des Todes unter dem christlichen Bunde (1771)
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Considerations on the state of the world with regard to the theory of religion : in three parts ... Being the substance of some sermons preach'd before the University of Cambridge (Cambridge : J. Bentham for W. Thurlbourn & J. Beecroft, 1745)
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Considerations on the state of the world with regard to the theory of religion: in three parts. ... By Edmund Law, ... (J. Bentham for W. Thurlbourn, and J. Beecroft, London, 1745)
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Considerations on the theory of religion
London : Rodwell and Martin, 1820IA 
Considerations on the theory of religion .. (Cambridge : J. Bentham for W. Thurlbourn [etc.], 1765)
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Considerations on the theory of religion [microform] : in three parts.. (Cambridge : J. Robson, T. Cadell, and T. & J. Merrill, 1774)
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Considerations on the theory of religion: in three parts: I. Want of universality in natural and revealed religion, ... II. The scheme of divine providence ... III. The progress of natural religion ... (J. Bentham ... for W. Thurlbourn ... and C. Davis ... London; and sold by J. Fletcher at Oxford, J. Hildyard at York, and M. Bryson at Newcastle., 1755)
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Considerations on the theory of religion: in three parts...To which are added, two discourses; the former, on the life and character of Christ; the latter, on the benefit procured for us by his death..., 4th ed. (L. Davis and C. Reymers, 1759)
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Considerations on the theory of religion. To which are added two discourses, with an appendix, 6th ed. (1774)
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An enquiry into the ideas of space, time, immensity, and eternity ; as also the self-existence, necessary existence, and unity of the divine nature : in answer to a book lately publish'd by Mr. Jackson, entitled, The existence and unity of God proved from His nature and attributes (Cambridge : W. Fenner and R. Beresford for W. Thurlbourn ..., 1734)
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Letter to Rev. Samuel Henley, William and Mary College, Virginia, inquiring about details of sending bishops to colonies [manuscript] (Cambridge : England, 1774)
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Litigiousness repugnant to the laws of Christianity: A sermon. Preached at the Cathedral church in Carlisle, at the assizes held there August 10. 1743. By Edmund Law, ... (Joseph Bentham, for William Thurlbourn, and sold by J. Beecroft, London, 1743)
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Nature and necessity of catechising (London : J. Gray, 1746)
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The true nature and intent of religion: A sermon, preached in the cathedral church of Durham, on the 15th of May, 1768. being the Sunday after the interment of the late Rev. Dr Bland, ... By Edmund Law, ... ([n.d.])
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