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Friendly remarks occasioned by the spirit and doctrines contained in the Rev. Mr Fletcher's vindication, and more particularly in his Second check to antinomianism,: to which is added, a postscript, occasioned by his Third check. In a letter to the author
(E. and C. Dilly in the Poultry., 1772
Journal of a tour through the north of England and parts of Scotland: With remarks on the present state of the established Church of Scotland, and the different secessions therefrom. ... By Rowland Hill, ...
(T. Gillet; and sold at Surry Chapel: also by T. Chapman; J. Matthews; Mr. Ogle; Mr. Piner; and Mr. Wilkinson; Mr. Ogle and Mr. Guthrie, Edinburgh; and Mr. Ogle, Glasgow, 1799
) [It might be just as well to classify Rowland Hill as Reformed and not Anglican. He was ordained deacon in Church of England but after that no bishop would ordain him presbyter due to his irregular preaching. He eventually became the founding minister of a dissenting chapel.]
A series of letters, occasioned by the late pastoral admonition of the Church of Scotland: as also, their attempts to suppress the establishment of sabbath schools, addressed to the Society for Propagating the Gospel at home. By Rowland Hill, A.M.
(J. Ritchie, 1799