The divine institution of the Gospel ministry and the necessity of episcopal ordination, asserted, by proofs from Scripture, and the practice of the primitive and purest ages of the christian church. In a sermon, Preach'd at the Primary Visitation Of the Right Reverend Father in God, Offspring Blackall, Formerly Lord Bishop of Exon. Held at Okehampton in the County of Devon, Aug. 19, 1709. By William Roberts, M. A. late Rector of Jacobstow in Devon. The fourth edition. Published by his Lordship's Command, and at the Request of the Reverend the Clergy. To which is added, a short character of Dr. George Hooper, formerly Bishop of Bath and Wells. By the Reverend Thomas Coney, D. D. late Rector of Bath

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Main Author: Roberts, William
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Published: London printed for Benjamin Matthews, Bookseller, in Merchants-Court, Bath; Mess. Birt, Osborne, Hodges, Ware, Rivington and Owen, in London; Millan and Woodfall at Charing-Cross; Fox in Westminster-Hall, Jolliffe in St. James's-Street, Herd in Piccadilly, Brindley in Bond-Street, Chapelle in Grosvenor-Street, and James at the Royal Exchange; Mess. Leak and Frederick at Bath; Score, Tozer and Thorn, at Exeter; Collins at Salisbury; Goadby at Sherborne; Chaulklin at Taunton; Parkhouse at Tiverton; Trownson at Totness; Clements at Oxford; Merril at Cambridge; and all the noted booksellers in England; and M. Scheuler at the Hague. Entred in the Hall-Book of the Company of Stationers 1750, [1750]
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Item Description:'A short character of Dr. George Hooper' is signed and dated: Orthodoxus, Oct 11, 1727. - English Short Title Catalog, T9279. - Reproduction of original from British Library
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