Clerical reform, or, England's salvation : shewing [!] its necessity by a comparative state of the landed property, in respect to taxes, funds, mortgages, tithes, &c. : with a plan of annihilating forty million of the national debt, by a sale of the mortmain lands, and a total abolition of tithes
Williams, Joseph, Esq.
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