A letter from a citizen of London to his fellow citizens, and through them, to the people of England in general, occasioned by the late earthquakes: wherein some vices of the great are particularly exposed, which were not taken notice of in the late excellent letter of the Lord Bishop of London
Printed for J. Hinton, 1750 - Nature - 28 pages
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