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A calm and plain answer to the enquiry, Why are you a Dissenter from the Church of England ?

Micaiah Towgood

A calm and plain answer to the enquiry, Why are you a Dissenter from the Church of England ?

Containing some remarks on its doctrine, spirit, constitution, and some of its offices and forms of devotion

by Micaiah Towgood

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Published by London printed: and, Belfast, Reprinted: by Daniel Blow in Belfast .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby the author of the dissenting gentleman"s letters to White. Being a summary view of the arguments contained in those letters.
ContributionsDaniel Blow (Belfast: Firm),
The Physical Object
Pagination60p. ;
Number of Pages60
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20159907M

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A calm and plain answer to the enquiry, why are you a dissenter from the Church of England?: Containing some remarks on its doctrine, spirit, constitution, and some of its offices and forms of devotion.

By the author of the Dissenting gentleman's letters to white. Being a summary view of the arguments contained in those letters. A calm and plain answer to the enquiry, Why are you a dissenter from the Church of England?: Containing some remarks on its doctrine, spirit, constitution, and some of its offices and forms of devotion.

A calm and plain answer to the enquiry, why are you a dissenter from the Church of England. By the author of the Dissenting gentleman's letters to White. A calm and plain answer to the enquiry: why are you a dissenter from the Church of England.

containing some remarks on Doctrine, Spirit, Constitution, and some of its Offices and Forms of Devotion. By the author of the Dissenting gentleman's letters to White. Being a summary View of the Arguments contained in those Letters.

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