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As for the rending of the church, we have many rea-
Neither can religion receive any wound by disgrace
Printed for Mr. CADELL in the Strand;
A fecond Letter, by the fame.
A Letter to a Friend in Lancashire, relating
A true Churchman's Reasons for repealing the
A Letter to the Earl of Nottingham. By
Mr. Bourn's Letter to Dr. Chandler concerning future Punishment.
The merciful Judgments of High-church triumphant on offending Clergymen and others in the reign of Charles I.
A Discourse on Government and Religion, calculated for the Meridian of the 30th of January. The Author unknown.
Reverend Dr. SNAPE;
The UNINTERRUPTED SUCCESSION of BISHOPS from the Apoftles Days is lineally deduced; and the Cavils of HERETICS and FANATICs are anfwer'd.
By a CURATE of WILTS.
First Printed in the Year 1718.