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What is Christianity? A Few Thoughts by a Member of the Bar Printed Circa 1860.

What is Christianity? A Few Thoughts by a Member of the Bar Printed Circa 1860.

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28 pp. At head of title: "No. 375" of an unnamed series of tracts.

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Wilcox, Phineas Bacon. A FEW THOUGHTS BY A MEMBER OF THE BAR.

New York: American Tract Society, [1860?]. 28 pp. At head of title: "No. 375" of an unnamed series of tracts.

Pamphlet removed from bound volume. Edges have been trimmed. Lacks wrappers. Includes:

An extract from a letter, addressed by one member of the Bar to another, and to which these pages may be regarded as an answer:-

"You too, it seems have joined the Church! What does it mean? I have been inclined to think, that men of business could find better employment. Give me your honest thoughts on the subject."

Atrributed to Phineas Wilcox, a lawyer, who attempts to answer the question, "What is Christianity

 

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