An answer to a calumny cast upon the Bishop of Bangor, by the Reverend Dr. Sherlock, Dean of Chichester, at the conclusion of his new book, entitled, A vindication of the Corporation and Test Acts, &c. By Benjamin, Lord Bishop of Bangor
printed by W. Wilkins, for James Knapton, and Tim. Childe, 1718 - 24 pages
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