1722, English, Book edition: Religious courtship: being historical discourses on the necessity of marrying religious husbands and wives only. As also of husbands and wives being of the same opinions in religion with one another. With an appendix of the necessity of taking none but religious servants, and a proposal for the better managing of servants. [electronic resource] Daniel Defoe 1661?-1731

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  • [8], 358, [2] p. ;
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  • London Printed for E. Matthews ... and A. Bettesworth ... J. Brotherton, and W. Meadows ... 1722
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  • English

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  • Religious courtship: being historical discourses on the necessity of marrying religious husbands and wives only. As also of husbands and wives being of the same opinions in religion with one another. With an appendix of the necessity of taking none but religious servants, and a proposal for the better managing of servants.
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  • Daniel Defoe 1661?-1731
Published
  • London Printed for E. Matthews ... and A. Bettesworth ... J. Brotherton, and W. Meadows ... 1722
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  • [8], 358, [2] p. ;
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