Two letters to the Right Honourable the Lord Viscount Townshend : shewing the seditious tendency of several late pamphlets : more particularly of, A Review of the Lutheran principles, by Tho. Brett, L.L.D., Rector of Betteshanger in Kent : and of, A Letter to the author of the Lutheran Church, from a country school-boy
Watts, Robert, 1683-1726.
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