A Letter to a Gentleman Dissenting from the Church of England: Concerning the Lives of Churchmen and Dissenters. Wherein Dr. Watts's Book, Entitled An Humble Attempt Towards the Revival of Practical Religion Among Christians, ... is Largely Examined; ... By John White, ...
C. Davis; W. Craighton at Ipswich; and M. Cooper, 1745 - 106 pages
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