A Full and Fair Discussion of the Pretensions of the Dissenters, to the Repeal of the Sacramental Test..
First published in 1733, and now reprinted at the Clarendon Press. Oxford: sold by D. Prince and J. Cooke; J. F. and C. Rivington, St. Paul's Church-Yard; and P. Elmsly, the Strand, London., 1710 - Dissenters, Religious - 26 pages
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