Some letters which passed between a young gentleman, designed for Holy Orders: and his uncle, a clergyman, concerning conformity to the Church of England. With an appendix, by the editor.
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<:Notes>:Advertisement and contents on second leaf. Anonymous. By R. Whiteheart.
<:imprintFull>:London : printed, and sold, by James Waugh, and William Fenner, 1758. <:collation>:,167,p. : 8°:
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The Fatherhood of God: And Its Relation to the Person and Work of Christ and the Operations of the Holy Spirit