Some Remarks on the Resolutions, which Were Formed at a Meeting of the Archdeaconry of Chester, Held at the City of Chester, on Monday the 15th Day of February, 1790; with Some Observations on the Late Arguments of Mr. Pitt, and the Conduct of Mr. Burke, Relative to a Repeal of the Test Act. By the Rev. J. Smith, Liverpool
printed in the year M LCC LXXXX. Aand sold by J. Johnson, London, 1790 - 44 pages
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