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Thomas Haweis (c.1734–1820), (surname pronounced to rhyme with "pause") was born in Redruth, Cornwall, on 1 January 1734, where he was baptised on 20 February 1734. As a Church of England cleric he was one of the leading figures of the 18th century evangelical revival and a key figure in the histories of the Countess of Huntingdon's Connexion, the Free Church of England and the London Missionary Society.

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by Haweis, Thomas, 1734-1820
London : printed for the benefit of the Lock-Hospital, 1778
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by Haweis, Thomas, 1734-1820
[London] : Printed for the author, and sold by Charles Dilly, J. Matthews, and T. Wilkins, [1781]
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by Haweis, Thomas, 1734-1820
London : printed and sold by J. Chalmers. Sold also by C. Dilly; J. Matthews; Mrs. Trapp; and at the vestries of her ladyship's chapels, [1791]
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