The Englishman directed in the choice of his religion : Reprinted for the use of English Americans, with a prefatory address vindicating the King's supremacy and authority of Parliament, in matters of religion, and thereby demolishing all the pleas of dissenters for separation, according to the concession of the dissenting gentleman's answer to the Rev. Mr. White's letters. Pages 3, and 53. Being also a justification of the Church of England against the misrepresentations of that answer. : [Two lines from Proverbs].
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Towgood, Micaiah, > 1700-1792. > Dissenting gentleman's answer to the Reverend Mr. White's Three letters.
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