The atheist's reward or, a call from Heaven, on July the 24th, 1786. Shewing, how a profane young 'squire was struck dead by thunder and lightning, for blasphemy against God. Two of his companions died soon after: Another fell into a Trance, in which he saw the Torments of the Wicked, and the joys of the Blessed: He related the same to several Divines, desiring that it might be published as a warning to other wicked persons. To which is annexed, an account of the apparition of the ghost of Major George Sydenham, (late of Dulverton, in the County of Somerset) to Captain William Dyke, (late of Skilgate, in the County of Somerset also, and now likewise deceased:)--As it is related by a worthy and learned Gentleman, called Doctor Thomas Dyke, a near Kinsman of the Captain's

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Format: eBook
Published: [London?] 1788, Printed in the year, 1788
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Collection: Eighteenth Century Collections Online / ECCO - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Item Description:English Short Title Catalog, T22726. - Reproduction of original from British Library
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