The prohibition of blood. :
A temporary precept; or, a discourse, wherein upon a full and impartial enquiry into the nature of the precept of abstinence from blood, and the ends of its institution, it is shewn, that it is not now obligatory under the Gospel, as asserted in a late book entitled, Revelation examined with candour.
|Main Creator:||Delany, Patrick, 1685 or 6-1768.|
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Dublin : printed by S. Powell, for George Ewing, 1733.
Anonymous. By Patrick Delany, Dean of Down, who was also the author of 'Revelation examined with candour'.
Physical description: 36 p. ; 8vo
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|P 366||Main Reading Room||Pamphlets|
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