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Author: Dugard, Samuel, 1645?-1697.
Title: The true nature of the divine law, and of disobediance thereunto in nine discourses, tending to shew in the one, a loveliness, in the other, a deformity : by way of a dialogue between Theophilus and Eubulus / by Samuel Du-gard ...
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Print source: The true nature of the divine law, and of disobediance thereunto in nine discourses, tending to shew in the one, a loveliness, in the other, a deformity : by way of a dialogue between Theophilus and Eubulus / by Samuel Du-gard ...
Dugard, Samuel, 1645?-1697.

London: Printed for Jos. Watts ..., 1687.
Subject terms:
Law (Theology)
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A36771.0001.001

Contents
imprimatur
title page
To the Worshipful Edwin Skrymsher OF AQUALATE ESQƲIRE.
The Contents of the Nine fol∣lowing Discourses.
The Contents of the First Discourse.
The Contents of the Second Discourse.
The Contents of the Third Discourse.
The Contents of the Fourth Discourse.
The Contents of the Fifth Discourse.
The Contents of the Sixth Discourse.
The Contents of the Seventh Discourse.
The Contents of the Eighth Discourse.
The Contents of the Ninth Discourse.
errata
THE TRUE NATURE OF THE Divine-Law, AND OF DISOBEDIENCE thereunto, &c.
DISCOURSE the First.
DISCOURSE the Second.
DISCOURSE the Third.
DISCOURSE the Fourth.
DISCOURSE the Fifth.
DISCOURSE the Sixth.
DISCOURSE the Seventh.
DISCOURSE the Eighth, Concerning the Deformity of Disobe∣dience to the Divine Laws.
DISCOURSE the Ninth.
An Advertisement of Books sold by Joseph VVats at the Angel in St. Paul's Church-yard.