The rights of Protestant dissenters: in two parts : the first being the case of the dissenters review'd : the second, a vindication of their right to an absolute toleration, from the objections of Sir. H. Mackworth, in his treatise, intitul'd, Peace at home, Part 1 (Google eBook)
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John Locke Bibliography -- Chapter 6, Toleration, 1659-1950
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