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342 to the dillidents of Eng. land, on their late defeat, 8vo. 466

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710 answer to facts relating to the rev. The Adventures of John of Gaunt, duke Dr. White's Bampton-lectures, by a

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442 of Werter, 12mo.

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385 Ireland, from the earliest ages to the Apologist, for the religion of naa prefent times : coilected from the belt Vol. LXIX.

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