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Remarkable instances of early piety

Society of Friends.

Remarkable instances of early piety

for the use of children.

by Society of Friends.

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Published by William Darton in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesTracts -- 32
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20806601M

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  Treatise, Book 1 David Hume i: Ideas find the same resemblance and representation when I survey my other perceptions: ideas and impressions seem always to correspond to each other. This remarkable fact holds my attention for a moment. Surveying the field more accurately, I find I have been swept along by how things first appeared to me, and Practicing Piety seeks to move scholarly discourse on medieval Jewish women a step further by studying the pious practices of Jewish women and men, separately and together. In some instances, women serve as representative examples of the less educated members of the community, leading to comparisons of men's and women's ://

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Caption title: Piety promoted. "The accounts are taken from John Kendall's edition of Piety Promoted, and from a subsequent volume, collected by Thomas Wagstaffe."--Preface.

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