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An answer to Mr. Gale's pamphlet : entituled, A calm and full vindication, &c. Relating to Yale College. Wherein is clearly shewn, that he has no ways vindicated himself from the misrepresentations made in his former piece ; and in his last, has made sundry more, as foreign from the truth: and his injurious and abusive reflections, on the worthy governors of the College, are censured, in as calm and soft terms, as the nature of the case can allow. Preview this item
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An answer to Mr. Gale's pamphlet : entituled, A calm and full vindication, &c. Relating to Yale College. Wherein is clearly shewn, that he has no ways vindicated himself from the misrepresentations made in his former piece ; and in his last, has made sundry more, as foreign from the truth: and his injurious and abusive reflections, on the worthy governors of the College, are censured, in as calm and soft terms, as the nature of the case can allow.

Author: John Graham
Publisher: New-Haven : Printed by James Parker and Co., 1759.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Named Person: Benjamin Gale; Benjamin Gale
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: John Graham
OCLC Number: 62810682
Notes: Errata statement, p. 28.
Description: 1 online resource (28 p.)
Responsibility: by John Graham, A.M. and Pastor of the Church of Christ in Southbury. ; [Four lines of Scripture texts].

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