An Answer to Mr. W. A. D.'s Letter to G. H

An Answer to Mr. W. A. D.'s Letter to G. H

In Which the Conduct of Government, in Mitigating the Penal Laws Against Papists, Is Justified: The Seditious Tendency of W. A. D.'s Letter Is Discovered: The Roman Catholics Fully Vindicated From the Flanderous Accusation of Thinking It Lawful to Break Faith With Heretics, Which W. A. D. Attempts to Fix Upon Them: And, W. A. D.'s Letter Proved to Be A Gross Imposition on the Public, Composed of Misrepresentations and False Reasoning, From Beginning to End

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Publisher: [Dublin] : Edinburgh printed: and Dublin reprinted for Wogan, Bean, and Co. No. 23, Old-Bridge, MDCCLXXIX. [1779]
Characteristics: iv,180p. ; 80


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