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A Defence of Some Important Doctrines of the Gospel in Twenty-six Sermons: Most of which Were Preached at Lime-Street Lecture
(W. Thomson, 1826
) / added author(s): Thomas Hall
, Peter Goodwin
, Samuel Wilson [A collection of sermons preached at Limehouse by Thomas Bradbury, Robert Bragge, John Gill, Peter Goodwin, John Hurrion, Thomas Hall, Abraham Taylor, John Sladen, and Samuel Wilson, sometimes called “The Lime-Street Sermons.”]
A Letter to a Friend: Occasioned by a Rhapsody, Delivered in the Old Jewry, by a Reverend Bookseller [Samuel Chandler] ...
(James Roberts, 1729
Of the difficult work and happy end of faithful ministers: A discourse occasioned by the death of the late reverend and learned, Mr. John Hurrion. To which is added, an exhortation to Mr. John Hurrion; delivered, at his ordination, at Gosport, May 3, 1732
(R. Hett and J. Oswald, 1733
The True Scripture doctrine of the holy and ever-blessed Trinity, stated and defended, in opposition to the Arian scheme
: John Clark and Richard Hett, 1727