Richard Baxter’s dying thoughts upon Phil. I.23: ‘I cannot without disobeying my Conscience neglect such Explications & Defences of some weighty truths, especially practical, which the Controversists of these Times, have opposed or darkened’. Neatly written in an unknown hand.
A second appendix to Richard Baxter’s Dying Thoughts
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Argent / Black ii.50; Thomas p.19
- Addition to AGM 114. See also Corr 1121, 1122, 1188, 1236 and 1239.
- Richard Baxter’s dying thoughts upon Phil. I.23.
- Black states this was 'written for his own use in the latter times of his corporal pains and weakness was first published in 1683; a second edition appeared in 1688.