A Letter from a Friend in America, to Luke Howard, of Tottenham, near London, in which the Character of our late Friend, Job Scott, is Vindicated and Defended

A Letter from a Friend in America, to Luke Howard, of Tottenham, near London, in which the Character of our late Friend, Job Scott, is Vindicated and Defended

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A Letter from a Friend in America, to Luke Howard, of Tottenham, near London, in which the Character of our late Friend, Job Scott, is Vindicated and Defended, And his Doctrines shown to be consistent with Scripture and sound reason. In reply to a letter addressed by Luke Howard to the Author. Np: Np, 1826. First Edition.

Removed, no wrapper, ink stamp of a historical society on the first page of text, penciled call numbers on front with a piece of clear tape covering them on the title page. 5 x 8, one leaf corner oversized from improper trimming, 54 pp. plus errata page. Good. Pamphlet.  [374] 

An anonymous pamphlet published in defense of the recently-deceased American Quaker Job Scott. Luke Howard, a fellow Quaker of London, published a pamphlet critical of Scott, both of his person and of his doctrine. Our author defends Scott against the charges of Luke Howard.