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Animadversions upon Mr. Tho. Chubb's Discourse on miracles, considered as evidences to prove the divine original of a revelation ... : to which is added, an appendix containing Dr. Turnbull's Queries (London : J. Noon, 1741)
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Animadversions upon Mr. Tho. Chubb's discourse on miracles, considered as evidences to prove the divine original of a revelation. ... To which is added, an appendix, containing Dr. Turnbull's queries, which are humbly offered to the serious consideration of all who pretend to be Free-thinkers ... (J. Noon; J. Brackstone; and T. Sanders, 1741)
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Another defence of the unity, wherein St. John's introduction to his Gospel and his account of the Word's being made flesh are considered : with a few remarks on some ... publications, particularly those of Dr. Benjamin Dawson, and Dr. Kennicot .. (London : T. Longman, 1766)
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Another Defence of the Unity, Wherein St. John's Introduction to His Gospel, and His Account of the Word's Being Made Flesh, are Considered. With a Few Remarks on Some Very Late Notable Publications, Particularly Those of Dr. Benjamin Dawson, and Dr. Kennicot (T. Longman, 1766)
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An apologetical view of the moral and religious sentiments of the late Right Honourable Lord Viscount Bolinbroke : taken from his Letters on the study and use of history (London : J. Noon, 1728)
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An Apologetical View of the Moral and Religious Sentiments of the Late Right Honourable Lord Viscount Bolinbroke. Taken from His Letters on the Study and Use of History ([n.d.])
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An Apology for a Protestant Dissent from a National-church, Or Civil Establishment of Religion: Principally Supported Upon the Writings of Phileleutherus Cantabrigiensis of 1719, and Those of the Right Reverend Dr. Benjamin Hoadley, ... (B. Bourn, 1755)
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An appeal to the people of England: in defence of the clergy, against the charge, contained in Mr. Robert Seagrave's letter address'd to the publick. Wherein his two material articles are largely considered, ... To which is prefix'd, an epistle dedicatory, to the English clergy (T. Cox; D. Farmer; and J. Robinson, 1738)
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An appendix to the plea for infants. In which their right to baptism is farther vindicated, against the Revd. Mr. Joseph Burroughs's attempt to exclude them, in his two discourses relating to positive institutions ([n.d.])
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A Catholic-epistle or pastoral letter, humbly directed to all the Christian-Protestant-churches in England : whether those who observe an established form of worship or those who take the liberty to dissent ... (London : Joseph Collyer, 1728)
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A Catholic-epistle, Or, Pastoral-letter; Humbly Directed to All the Christian-Protestant-churches in England: ... Shewing how Protestants of Every Rank and Degree, May Qualify Themselves for Keeping a Day of Public Humiliation with Acceptance, ... By an English-Catholic, of the Metropolitan-diocese (Joseph Collyer, 1744)
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The challenge [by C. Fleming] occasioned by an Answer to a late Treatise on the subjects and mode of baptism. With a postscript (1743)
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The Character of the Reverend Mr. Thomas Bradbury, Taken from His Own Pen: Or, Some Extracts from His Discourses on Baptism. Wherein His Treatment of Dr. Evans, Dr. Watts, and Others, is Notorious (M. Cooper, 1749)
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Civil Establishments in Religion, a Ground of Infidelity: Or, the Two Extremes Shewn to be United: from An Essay on Establishments in Religion; Thoughts on Miracles in General, &c. And from Some Defences of Subscriptions, Written Against The Confessional; Particularly, the Plea of Dr. Ibbetson ... (J. Johnson, 1767)
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The claims of the Church of England seriously examined : in a letter to the author of an Answer to Dr. Mayhew's Observations on the charter and conduct of the Society for Propagating the Gospel in Foreign Parts (London : W. Nicholl, 1764)
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The claims of the Church of England seriously examined: in a letter to the author of an answer to Dr Mayhew's observations on the charter and conduct of the Society for Propagating the Gospel in Foreign Parts. By a Protestant Dissenter of old England (W. Nicholl, 1764)
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The conomy of the sexes, or, The doctrine of divorce, the plurality of wives, and the vow of celebacy freely examined : the mistakes of some celebrated protestant writers laid open and a more consistent view taken of the operation of the matrimonial law ... : with observations moral and political .. (London : John Noon, 1751)
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A defence of infant-baptism: or, Avindication of the Appendix to the Plea for infants, against Joseph Burroughs's Defence of his Two discourses relating to positive institutions (1744)
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Delays dangerous : no to-morrow for the repeal of the test and corporation acts : the safety of the church and the welfare of the state do immediately require the removal of these disqualifying laws .. (London : D. Farmer, 1739)
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Delays Dangerous: No To-morrow for the Repeal of the Test and Corporation Acts. ... (D. Farmer, 1739)
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