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|Title: ||Reasons against repealing the Occasional, and Test Acts, and admitting the Dissenters to places of trust and power : occasion'd by reading the 6th chap. of a pamphlet called, The state-anatomy of Great Britain : to which is added, An answer to the most material arguments brought by the Dissenters and their friends for their admission into offices|
|Other Titles: ||An answer to the most material arguments brought by the Dissenters ... .|
|Authors: ||Somerville, William, 1675-1742.|
|Keywords: ||Dissenters, Religious Legal status, laws, etc. England.|
Great Britain. Occasional Conformity Act, 1711.
England and Wales. Test Act, 1673.
Toland, John, 1670-1722. State anatomy of Great Britain.
Great Britain Politics and government 1714-1727.
|Issue Date: ||1718|
|Citation: ||London : Printed by H.P. for J. Morphew|
39,  p. ; 20 cm.
|Series/Report no.: ||18th Century British Political Pamphlets Collection|
|Appears in Collections:||18th Century British Political Pamphlets Collection|
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