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An address to deists: being a proof of reveal'd religion from miracles and prophecies. In answer to a book, entitled, The resurrection of Jesus consider'd by a Moral philosopher. By John Jackson, ... (J. and P. Knapton, 1744)
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The belief of a future state : proved to be a fundamental article of the religion of the Hebrews ... with an appendix concerning the genealogy and time of Job .. (London : John Noon, 1745)
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The belief of a future state proved to be a fundamental article of the religion of the Hebrews, and the doctrine of the ancient philosophers concerning a future state shewn to be consistent with reason, with an appendix concerning the genealogy and time of Job and some remarks on the fifth ... (John Noon, 1745)
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A collection of queries: Wherein the most material objections from Scripture, reason and antiquity, which have as yet been alledged against Dr. Clarke's Scripture-doctrine of the Trinity, and the Defenses of it, are proposed and answered. With an appendix: in which are offered to the ... (James Knapton, 1716)
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A defence of a late pamphlet, entitled, a treatise on the improvements made in the art of criticism: Being an answer to some remarks made upon it ... (J. Noon, 1749)
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A defense of human liberty : in answer to the principal arguments which have been alledged against it : and particularly to Cato's letters on that subject ... (London : J. Noon, 1725)
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A defense of human liberty,: in answer to the principal arguments which have been alledged against it; and particularly to Cato's letters on that subject. In which defense the opinion of the antients, concerning fate, is also distinctly and largely considered (J. Noon at the White Hart in Cheapside near the Poultry., 1725)
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A defense of the Plea for human reason: Being a reply to a book entitled, A plea for divine revelation (J. Roberts, 1731)
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The grounds of civil and ecclesiastical government briefly consider'd
J. Knapton, 1718GB 
London : James Knapton at the Crown in St. Paul's Church-Yard, 1718IA 
The Grounds of Civil and Ecclesiastical Government Briefly Consider'd, 2nd ed. (James Knapton, 1718)
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A plea for humane reason: shewing the sufficiency of it in matters of religion, in a letter to the Right Reverend the Lord Bishop of London, 2nd ed. (J. Roberts in Warwick-Lane, 1730)
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Remarks on a book intitled Christianity as old as the creation: wherein the principal objections of that book against reveal'd religion are considered (James and John Knapton, 1731)
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Remarks on a book intitled Christianity as old as the creation. Wherein the principal objections of that book against reveal'd religion are considered. By John Jackson, Rector of Rossington ... (James and John Knapton, 1731)
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Remarks on Dr. Middleton's Free enquiry into the miraculous powers supposed to have subsisted in the Christian church from the earliest ages ... (J. Noon, 1749)
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Remarks on Dr. Waterland's Second defense of some queries : being a brief consideration of his notion of the Trinity, as stated by himself in three questions ; with an Appendix, shewing the true sense of creation, eternity and consubstantiality, in a letter to the Doctor (London : J. Noon, 1723)
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A Reply to Dr. Waterland's defense of his queries : wherein is contain'd, a full state of the whole controversy ; and every particular, alleged by that learned writer, is distinctly considered (London : James Knapton, 1722)
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Three letters to Dr Clarke, from a clergyman of the Church of England; concerning his Scripture-doctrine of the Trinity: With the doctor's replies. Published by the author of the said three letters.. (John Baker, at the Black Boy in Pater-Noster-Row., 1714)
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A vindication of humane liberty: in answer to a dissertation on liberty and necessity written by A. C. (J. Noon, 1730)
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