A Preservative Against the Principles and Practices of the Nonjurors Both in Church and State. Or, An Appeal to the Consciences and Common Sense of the Christian Laity, Volume 2
James Knapton, at the Crown: and Timothy Childe, at the White-Hart, in St. Paul's Church-Yard., 1716 - Church and state - 102 pages
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