A Letter to the Reverend Dr. White Kennet, D.D. in Defence of The English Historical Library:: Against the Unmannerly and Slanderous Objections of Mr. Francis Atterbury, Preacher at the Rolls, in His New Theory of the Rights, Powers and Priviledges of an English Convocation, Volume 5
Timothy Childe at the White-Hart, at the West-End of St.Paul's Church-yard, 1702 - 34 pages
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