The preacher's assistant

(after the manner of Mr. Letsome) containing a series of the texts of sermons and discourses published either singly, or in volumes, by divines of the Church of England, and by the dissenting clergy, since the Restoration to the present time, specifying also the several authors alphabetically arranged under each text - with the size, date, occasion, or subject matter of each sermon or discourse, By John Cooke, M.A. late chaplain of Christ-Church, Oxford, and rector of Wentnor, Salop

Authors / Contributors:
Cooke, John
Place, publisher, year:
Oxford : printed for the editor, at the Clarendon-Press - and sold by Mess. Fletcher, D. Prince and J. Cooke, R. Bliss, and S. Arnold, Oxford - Mess. Merrill - and Deighton, Cambridge - and by most of the booksellers in London, 1783
Physical Description:
Online-Datei (2v. ; 8°)
Book (online)
ID: 10278552X
Other title: An historical register of all the authors
Item Description: The titlepage to volume two reads: 'An historical register of all the authors in the series alphabetically disposed, ...'
Electronic reproduction. Farmington Hills, Mich. : Cengage Gale, 2009. Available via the World Wide Web. Access limited by licensing agreements
Reproduction of original from British Library
Eighteenth century collections online
Bibliographic Note: English Short Title Catalog, T144938
Place of publication: Oxford
Library of Congress Subject Headings: Bishops > Early works to 1800 > Great Britain
Sermons, English > Early works to 1800 > Indexes