Author:Edward Elwall

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Edward Elwall
(1676–1744)
English mercer and grocer; successively Unitarian, Anglican, Ebionite, respecter of Islam, Seventh day Sabbatarian. His anonymous printer may have been George Wilson (fl. 1724-1748) who was replaced by his widow.

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Response to Elwall's True Testimony for God by James Barter
To James Barter's Reflections on my Late Book Intitled A True Testimony for God and for His Sacred Law
The Religious Observation of the Lord's Day by Dr. S. Wright to which he was responding

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