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0000 0000 8106 7418
Name: 
Balguy, John
Clergyman
Country clergyman
Silvius
Dates: 
1686-1748
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Related names: 
Hawes, Lacy (Londen)
Hitch, Charles (Londen)
Longman, Thomas (II, Londen)
Millar, Andrew (Londen)
Pemberton, John (I, Londen)
Pemberton, John (II, Londen)
Woodfall, Henry (II, Londen)
Titles: 
collection of practical discourses To which are added, six others, before published. By John Balguy, M.A. vicar of North-Allerton, in the county of York, and prebandary of Sarum., A
collection of tracts moral and theological:, A : placed in the order wherein they were first published ... With some additional notes; and a supplement concerning rectitude.
Divine rectitude
duty of benevolence and brotherly love, 1727:, The
Essay on redemption
fast-day A poem. By John Balguy., The
Five sermons on the following subjects: viz. the extreme folly and wretchedness of an atheistic inclination ...
Foundation of moral goodness or a further inquiry into the original of our idea of virtue
law of truth
Letter to a deist concerning the beauty and excellency of moral virtue, and the support and improvement which it receives from the christian revelation
second letter to a deist concerning a late book entitled, Christianity as old as the creation: more particularly that chapter which relates to Dr. Clarke. By the author of the former., A
second part of The foundation of moral goodness; illustrating and enforcing the principles and reasonings contained in the former. Being an answer to certain remarks communicated by a gentleman to the author, The
Silvius's defence of a dialogue between a Papist and a Protestant in answer to the Revd. Mr. Stebbing. To which are added, several remarks and observations upon that author's manner of writing and reasoning.
Silvius's examination of certain doctrines lately taught, and defended by the Reverend Mr. Stebbing
Silvius's letter to the Reverend Dr. Sherlock
Twenty sermons on the following subjects viz. I. The duty and advantage of studying the works of nature. ... By John Balguy.
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