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Taylor, Dan German National Library ISNI-test

Taylor, Daniel, 1738-1816 National Library of the Netherlands-test

Taylor, Daniel (Baptist pastor) Wikipedia (en)-test

Taylor, Dan, 1738-1816 Library of Congress/NACO

VIAF ID: 62972148 (Personal)


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The consistent Christian, or, Truth, peace, holiness, unanimity, stedfastness [sic], and zeal recommended to all professors of Christianity : the substance of five sermons. Library of Congress/NACO German National Library
The faithful and wise steward, 1766: Library of Congress/NACO
The friendly conclusion: occasioned by the letters of Agnostos, to the rev. Andrew Fuller, respecting the extent of our Saviour's death, and other subjects connected with that doctrine, : in four letters to a friend National Library of the Netherlands-test
The interposition of providence in the late recovery of His Majesty King George the Third, illustrated and improved The substance of a sermon, preached March 15, 1789, By D. Taylor. Published at the request of many who heard it. National Library of the Netherlands-test
Observations on the Rev. Andrew Fuller's Reply to Philanthropos German National Library
Scripture directions and encouragements to feeble Christians. National Library of the Netherlands-test German National Library
The stroke of death, practically improved. The substance of a sermon, occasioned by the death of Mrs. Susanna Birley ... preached at St. Ives, Feb. 3d. By Dan Taylor: to which is prefixed, the speech delivered at her interment, Jan. 23d, by Robert Robinson German National Library

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