A candid appeal to the religious public in a letter addressed to the inhabitants of the Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire, occasioned by the dismissal of the Rev. Isaac Bridgman, A.B. of St. Edmund's Hall, Oxford from the curacy of Trinity Church in the said Forest
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