Vindicius Liberius, Or, M. Toland's Devence of Himself, Against the Late Lower House of Convocation and Others: Wherein (besides His Letters to the Prolocutor) Certain Passages of the Book, Intitul'd Christianity Not Mysterious, are Explain'd, and Others Corrected : with a Full and Clear Account of the Authors Principles Relating to Church and State : and a Justification of the Whigs and Commonwealthsmen, Against the Misrepresentations of All Their Opposers
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