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The nation vindicated, from the aspersions cast on it in a late pamphlet

Matthew Tindal

The nation vindicated, from the aspersions cast on it in a late pamphlet

intitled, A representation of the present state of religion, with regard to the ... excessive growth of infidelity, ... as it pass"d the Lower House of Convocation. Part 1.

by Matthew Tindal

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Published by printed for A. Baldwin in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesEighteenth century -- reel 6722, no. 16.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination48p.
Number of Pages48
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16839140M

A Table of the principall Matters contained in this ensuing Discourse. A. ANger of God against Israel for their choice of a King, pag. Abuses checkt, pag. Acts of the Parliament, pag. Appeal of Lieut. Col. Lilburn to the House of Commons, how approved on there, pag. In the late eagerness to excul pate Byron, a new document has turned up, of which Mr. Murray, it appears, had never heard when, after Byron's death, he published in the preface to his 'Domestic Pieces' the sentence: 'He rejected the proposal for an amicable separation, but consented when threatened with a suit in Doctors' Commons.'.

  Slavery not forbidden by Scripture, or, A defence of the West-India planters, from the aspersions thrown out against them, by the author of a pamphlet, entitled, "An address to the inhabitants of the British settlements in America, upon slave-keeping" by Richard Nisbet, , printed [by John Sparhawk] edition, in EnglishPages:   ‘The Funeral; or, Grief a-la-Mode,’ was acted at Drury Lane late in , and was published in book form in December of that year, with a dedication to the Countess of Albemarle. The principal parts were taken by Cibber, Wilks, and Mrs. Verbruggen, and the championship of the author's military friends helped to secure its success.

Aspersion is defined as sprinkling. Aspersion is something used as a method of baptism, and traditionally some churches have disagreed with this as a valid mode of baptism, preferring either infusion or immersion. Tracts on Liberty by the Levellers and their Critics Vol. 4 () 1st Edition, uncorrected (Date added: Ma ) This volume is part of a set of 7 volumes of Leveller Tracts: Tracts on Liberty by the Levellers and their Critics (), 7 by David M. Hart and Ross Kenyon (Indianapolis: Liberty Fund, ).. It is an uncorrected HTML version .


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The nation vindicated, from the aspersions cast on it in a late pamphlet, inititled, A Representation of the present state of religion, with regard to the late excessive growth of infidelity, heresy and profaneness, as it pass'd the Lower house of convocation.

The nation vindicated: from the aspersions Cast on it in a Late pamphlet, intitled, A representation of the present state of religion, with regard to the late excessive growth of infidelity, Heresy and Profaneness, as it pass'd the Lower House of Convocation.

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