A vindication of the civil establishment of religion:: wherein some portions of Mr. Chandler, the author of Literal scheme, &c. and an anonymous letter on that subject are occasionally consider'd. : With an appendix containing a letter from the Reverend Dr. Marshal, and an answer to the same
Printed for William and John Innys, 1728 - Religion - 408 pages
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