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Author: Hooper, George, 1640-1727.
Title: A discourse concerning Lent in two parts : the first an historical account of its observation, the second an essay concern[ing] its original : this subdivided into two repartitions whereof the first is preparatory and shews that most of our Christian ordinances are deriv'd from the Jews, and the second conjectures that Lent is of the same original.
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2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A discourse concerning Lent in two parts : the first an historical account of its observation, the second an essay concern[ing] its original : this subdivided into two repartitions whereof the first is preparatory and shews that most of our Christian ordinances are deriv'd from the Jews, and the second conjectures that Lent is of the same original.
Hooper, George, 1640-1727.

London: Printed by Tho. Warren for Walter Kettilby, 1695.
Notes:
Later edition "by George Hooper"--Imprimatur.
Imperfect: Diagram torn. Pages 300-31 from Bodleian Library copy spliced at end.
Reproduction of original in the Union Theological Seminary Library, New York.
Subject terms:
Lent -- History.
Lent -- Origin.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A44410.0001.001

Contents
imprimatur
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TO THE READER.
A SUMMARY OF THE CONTENTS.
Corrigenda, & Addenda.
PART I. AN Historical Account OF THE Observation of LENT.
CHAP. I. Concerning the Festival of the Resurrection.
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CHAP II. Concerning FASTING.
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CHAP. III. Concerning the Fast before the Fe∣stival of the Resurrection.
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CHAP. IV. The Practice of Fasting mentioned about the Year 200, by Cle∣mens Alexandrinus and Ter∣tullian.
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CHAP. V.
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CHAP. VI.
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CHAP. VII.
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CHAP VIII.
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CHAP. IX.
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CHAP. X.
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PART II. AN ESSAY Concerning the ORIGINAL OF LENT, Subdivided into Two Repartitions: The First Shewing preparatorily, That most of the Ancient Christian Ordi∣nances were deriv'd from the Jews. The Second Conjecturing, That Lent is of the same Original.
PART II. REPARTIT. I. That most of the Ancient Christian Ordinances were derived from the Jews.
CHAP I.
CHAP. III.
CHAP IV.
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CHAP. V.
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CHAP. VI.
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CHAP. VII.
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CHAP. VIII.
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CHAP. IX.
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CHAP. X.
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CHAP. XI.
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PART II. REPART. II. A Conjecture concerning the Original of Lent.
CHAP. I.
CHAP. II.
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CHAP. III.
CHAP. IV.
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CHAP. V.
Books Printed for Walter Ket∣tilby, at the Bishop's-Head in St. Paul's Church-Yard.