Front end pages, title page missing; following information found by research. Most likely printed in Dublin, later 1700s
This is volume 2 only of a 3 volume set
Full leather boards; rear board almost detached; leather on spine cracked; leather age darkened; corners rubbed, worn, chipped
Bottom third of last page (scripture index) missing; some pages torn, chipped
Theron and Aspasio, or a series of Letters upon the most important and interesting Subjects, which appeared in 1755, and was equally well received, called forth some adverse criticism even from Calvinists, on account of tendencies which were considered to lead to antinomianism, and was strongly objected to by Wesley in his Preservative against unsettled Notions in Religion. Besides carrying into England the theological disputes to which the Marrow of Modern Divinity had given rise in Scotland (the Marrow controversy), it also led to what is known as the Sandemanian controversy as to the nature of saving faith.