The Desertion Discussed: Or, the Last and Present Opposition Placed in Their True Light. Wherein the Characters Aspersed in a Late Tedious and Prolix Libel, Entitled, Faction Detected by the Evidence of Facts, are Fully Vindicated; ... By a Gentleman of Lincoln's-Inn
M. Cooper, 1743 - 62 pages
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