Letters on the Subject of Subscription to the Liturgy and Thirty-Nine Articles of the Church of England: First Printed in the Whitehall-Evening-Post Under the Signature of Paulinus; Now Reprinted, with Notes and Additions. ... By the Author, Volume 10
S. Bladon; and sold, 1772 - 56 pages
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