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Five pamplet dating from 1707 - 1713

Pamphlet 1 : Reasons for not proceeding against Mr Whiston, by the Court of Delegates. In a Letter to the Reverend Dr. Pelling, Rector of St. Ann's Westminster. Humbly offered to the consideration of the public. By a Lover of Truth and True Religion. Printed by A. Baldwin, London, 1713. 32 pages. Pamphlet 2 : A Defence of the Rights of the Christian Church, against a late visitation sermon, intitled, The Rights of the Clergy in the Christian Church asserted; preached at newport Pagnell in the County of Bucks, by W.Wotton, B.D and made public at the command and desire of the Bishop of Lincoln, and the Clergy of the Deaneries of Buckingham and Newport. London, 1707. 55 pages. Pamphlet 3 : A Prelude to the Tryal of Skill between Sacheverelism, and the Constitution of the Monarchy of Great Britain. Occasioned by the printing Dr. Sacheverell's answer to his impeachment, with reflexions upon the notion of Bishop Sanderson, and the Deans, Hicks, Sherlock, and Atterbury; with other clergy-men, who have departed from the Doctrine of the Church of England, prosessed in Queen Elizabeth's Days. London, 1710. 51 pages. Pamphlet 4 : A new catechism, with Dr. Hickes's Thirty Nine Articles. With a preface relating to the true interest of Great Britain, both in Church and State. Third edition enlarged. London. 1710. 35 pages. Pamphlet 5 : The High Church Mask pulled off: or, Modern Addresses anatomized. Designed chiefly for the information of the common people. London. 1710. 22 pages.

Accession number CCWSH:1339
Category Book
Date 1707
Dimensions length: 119mm, width: 191mm