The Knight of Dumbleton Foil'd at His Own Weapon: Or, an Answer to a Scandalous Pamphlet, Entituled The Church of England Secured, the Toleration Act Enervated, and the Dissenters Ruined and Undone. Addressed by Way of Letter to Sir Richard Cocks, Bart. ... By a Gentleman, and No Knight, Volume 4
James Roberts, 1723 - 88 pages
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