The Insupportable Yoke of Popery, and the Wickedness of Bringing it Again Upon These Kingdoms, ... Consider'd and Apply'd, with Regard to the Present Rebellion: in a Sermon Preach'd at the Cathedral-church of Canterbury, on Saturday, Nov. 5. 1715. By Elias Sydall, ...
John Wyat, 1715 - 31 pages
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