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The lawfulness, excellency, and advantage of instrumental musick in the publick worship of God urg'd and enforc'd, from Scripture, and the example of the far greater part of Christians in all ages. Address'd to all (particularly the Presbyterians and Baptists) who have hitherto been taught to look upon the use of instrumental musick in the worship of God as unlawful. / By a Presbyterian. ; [Two lines from Congreve]

Title:The lawfulness, excellency, and advantage of instrumental musick in the publick worship of God urg'd and enforc'd, from Scripture, and the example of the far greater part of Christians in all ages. Address'd to all (particularly the Presbyterians and Baptists) who have hitherto been taught to look upon the use of instrumental musick in the worship of God as unlawful. / By a Presbyterian. ; [Two lines from Congreve]
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Note:Philadelphia: : Printed and sold by William Dunlap, at the newest printing-office, in Market-Street., M,DCC,LXIII. [1763]
  
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Subject:Church music
Subject:Music in churches
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