A Letter to a Member of the Honourable the House of Commons. Occasioned by a Petition Presented from Those People Called Quakers to that Honourable House: Setting Forth the Fatal Consequences that Would Attend Both Church and State, If a Farther Regulation of the Tithes ... Should be Made. ... Humbly Offered to the Consideration of Both Houses of Parliament
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