The charms of benevolence, and patriotic mentor: being, an essay on the utility and propriety of organizing benevolent associations, for the spiritual and temporal relief of the sick poor in the United States. : Also, intended as a solace to the afflicted, and a stimulus to the affluent, to commiserate and mitigate the miseries of the poor. : To which is added, Solemn admonitions on the present portentous signs of the times; addressed to the people of the United States, and particularly the clergy. Intended as a supplement to the "Rights of God." : [Four lines of verse] /
Printed for the author.,
|Series:||Early American imprints.
no. 24925. |
|Access:||Shaw-Shoemaker Digital Edition|
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