Remarks on Several Occasional Reflections:: In Answer to the Rev. Dr. Middleton, Dr. Pococke, the Master of the Charter House, Dr. Richard Grey, and Others.Serving to Explain and Justify Divers Passages in the Divine Legation, Objected to by Those Learned Writers. To which is Added, a General Review of the Argument of the Divine Legation, as Far as it is Yet Advanced: Wherein is Considered the Relation the Several Parts Bear to Each Other, and to the Whole. Together with an Appendix in Answer to a Late Pamphlet Entitled: An Examination of Mr. W----s Second Proposition (Google eBook)
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The Works of William Warburton: Lord Bishop of Gloucester
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