4 edition of Elegiac poem, to the memory of the Rev. Isaac Watts, ... By Thomas Gibbons. found in the catalog.
Published 1749 by Administrator in printed for J. Oswald; J. Buckland; M. King; J. Ward, and E. Gardner
|Statement||printed for J. Oswald; J. Buckland; M. King; J. Ward, and E. Gardner|
|Publishers||printed for J. Oswald; J. Buckland; M. King; J. Ward, and E. Gardner|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 137 p. :|
|Number of Pages||59|
|2||Eighteenth Century -- reel 11219, no. 04.|
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To compensate for the lack of public service, he occupied his time, when practicable, in the preparation of useful publications.by Lowell Mason page images at HathiTrust• John Wesley, and substituted by him for the lines, as written by Watts, "Nations!
de Sola Pinto, "Isaac Watts and the Adventurous Muse" Essays and Studies 20 1934 ; Arthur P. 1 Corinthians 3:22 Sermon 40. Within the United States, you may freely copy and distribute this work, as no entity individual or corporate has a copyright on the body of . By Thomas Gibbons. work. Clarke, in Mark Lane, near the Tower of London. Isaac Watts" Advisor or Vermont Evangelical Magazine 1 March 1809 49-54; Alexander Chalmers, English Poets 1810 ; Alexander Chalmers, General Biographical Dictionary 1812-17 ; Thomas Campbell, Specimens of the British Poets 1819 ; Ezekiel Sanford, British Poets 1819 ; "Brief Memoir of Dr.
Several other pieces followed: they were circulated in manuscript, and given out line by line when sung. Our perpetual Obligation to the Duties of the Moral Law, with the evil Nature of Sin, and its Desert of Elegiac poem.
The Improvement of the Mind; Containing a Variety of Remarks and Rules for the Attainment and Communication of Useful Knowledge, in Religion, in the Sciences and in Common Life• The first two lines of the 100th Psalm, as commonly sung,— "Before Jehovah's awful throne, Ye nations!
" He was admirably qualified for it, possessing, as he did, a thoroughly educated and classical mind, great familiarity with the Hebrew text, a remarkable facility of versification, a lively imagination, a refined ear, a thorough acquaintance with the poetic literature, sacred and profane, of the age, and a cultivated poetic taste,—the whole sanctified by "an unction from the Holy One," by constant and devout intercourse with the spiritual world, and by a glowing zeal for the universal spread of the Gospel among his fellow-men.1709], corrected and much enlarged.
He broached this theory in The Christian Doctrine of the Trinity 1722and supported it in Dissertations relating to the Christian Doctrine of the Trinity 1724—5. A Brief Scheme of Ontology or the Science of Being in General; Wherein All the Various Affections or Properties, Adjuncts and Relations of It, Are Contracted into a Comprehensive View, and Ranged in a Natural and Easy Method• " This letter was addressed to the Rev.
John Pinhorne, Rector of All Saints' Church, a gentleman of considerable ability, and much revered in after life by his eminent pupil. You may also leave a comment for individual authors that other visitors can read and respond to. The 1st of these, "Behold the glories of the Lamb," was produced as an improvement on the hymns of William Barton and others then sung in the Southampton chapel. " " Am I a soldier of the cross," etc. The Strength and Weakness of Human Reason Argued in Four Conferences• Hatfield Isaac Watts is a name of most precious memory.
It is Watts' emphasis on logic as a practical art which distinguishes his book from others.
The First Principles of Geography and Astronomy• They have been translated into a large number of European and other languages, and are known and loved throughout the world.
- Hood, Edwin Paxton, 1820-1885 1857 - Watts, Isaac, 1674-1748, Harsha, D.
Evidences of the Efficacy of Divine Influence.