A treatise on marriage : Being serious thoughts on the original design of that sacred institution, and the absolute Importance of its Solemnization between real Christians, for promoting mutual Happiness. To which are added scriptures on the education of children; containing Instructive Rules, deduced from Scripture and Experience, calculated to form their tender Minds, and train them up in the Paths of Duty. By W. Giles
Publication: London, printed by M. Lewis, and sold by J. Buckland, in Paternoster-Row; J. Gurney, opposite Halton-Garden, Holborn; and G. Keith, in Gracechurch-Street, 1771
by Giles, W.