A Brief Inquiry Into the Question, Whether the Clergy of the Church of England Can Reasonably and Conscientiously Consent to the Receiving of Tithes: (In Answer to a Tract Entitled "A Brief Inquiry Into the Question, Whether a Christian Can Reasonably and Conscientiously Object to the Payment of Tithes, Etc., by the Rev. Samuel Lee).
E. Wilson, 1832
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