Vindicius Liberius: or, M. Toland's Defence 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, etc
B. Lintott, 1702 - 166 pages
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