The Jewish Spy: Being a Philosophical, Historical, and Critical Correspondence by Letters, which Lately Passed Between Certain Jews in Turkey, Italy, France, Etc, Volume 5
A. Miller, J. Rivington, R. Baldwin, W. Johnston, and A. Shuckburgh, 1765 - Antisemitism
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Page 177 - Let your fatuity know, that in temporals we are subordinate to none. The collation to vacant benefices and prebends belongs to us by royal right ; the fruits are ours. We will maintain all collations made and to be made by us, and their possessors.
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