A Letter to Thomas Burnet, Esq: Shewing that He Hath Used the Same Fidelity in Printing a Letter of Dr Beach's ... as the Editors of Bishop Burnet's History of His Own Times Have Exemplified in the Publication Thereof: ...
Richard Reily, 1736 - 64 pages
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