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The inquirer, being an examination of the question lately agitated, respecting the legitimate powers of government : whether they extend to the care of religion, and warrant making and enforcing laws for the purpose of establishing, supporting, or encouraging the Christian religion. In six numbers, with a supplement on the prevalence of infidelity ... concluding with a singular, original letter, written by a friend, briefly stating what that religion is not, and what it is Preview this item
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The inquirer, being an examination of the question lately agitated, respecting the legitimate powers of government : whether they extend to the care of religion, and warrant making and enforcing laws for the purpose of establishing, supporting, or encouraging the Christian religion. In six numbers, with a supplement on the prevalence of infidelity ... concluding with a singular, original letter, written by a friend, briefly stating what that religion is not, and what it is

Author: Daniel Humphreys
Publisher: Boston : [publisher not identified], 1801.
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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Computer File, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Daniel Humphreys
OCLC Number: 426050831
Notes: "Printing office, Union street."
Description: 1 online resource (47 pages)
Responsibility: by Daniel Humphreys.

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