An Authentick Account of Several Things Done and Agreed Upon by the Dissenting Ministers Lately Assembled at Salters-Hall: Viz I. Advices for Peace, &c. With a List of the Names of Those who Have Subscribed Them. II. The Letter, Sent with the Advices to Exeter. III. Reasons for Not Subscribing, as Some of Their Brethren Did, the Paper Offered to Them on March 3d, 1718-9..
John Clark, at the Bible and Crown in the Poultry near Cheapside; E. Matthews, at the Bible in Pater-noster-Row; and R. Ford, at the Angel in the Poultry., 1719 - Church and state - 32 pages
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