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A Statement of the Sunday Question Talbot Collection of British Pamphlets: Report of the Committee of the Sunday Rest Association, 1863

Sunday Rest Association
Format
EBook; Book; Online
Published
London : Sunday Rest Association, Office, 8, Parliament Street, 1863 (London : Gilbert and Rivington, printers, St. John's Square.)
Language
English
Contents
  • from t.p. I. Civil and religious relations of the Christian Sunday
  • II. Necessity for the amendment of the law
  • III. Extent and evils of Sunday trading
  • IV. Efforts of tradesmen themselves to get the law amended
  • V. Principles of the bill of the Sunday Rest Central Committee of London Tradesmen
  • VI. Progress of the question and the action of the rural deaneries upon it
  • VII. Reasons why all classes should support the bill
  • VIII. Union of societies necessary to its success
  • IX. Sunday movement on the continent
  • X. Sunday movement in America
  • XI. Conclusion
  • XII. Gifts to the association
  • XIII. Finances
  • XIV. Balance Sheet
  • XV. List of subscribers and donors.
Description
48 p. ; 21 cm.
Mode of access: Internet.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references.
Local Notes
Talbot collection of British pamphlets.
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