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The question truly stated and calmly considered, whether or no, there be any just reasons for a new translation of the Bible, or a review of our liturgy, articles and canons? Dedicated to the Clergy of the Churches of England and Ireland. With remarks on a pamphlet, entitled, Free and impartial considerations upon the candid disquisitions, &c. in a Letter to the Author. By a gentleman. Preview this item
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The question truly stated and calmly considered, whether or no, there be any just reasons for a new translation of the Bible, or a review of our liturgy, articles and canons? Dedicated to the Clergy of the Churches of England and Ireland. With remarks on a pamphlet, entitled, Free and impartial considerations upon the candid disquisitions, &c. in a Letter to the Author. By a gentleman.

Author: Gentleman.
Publisher: London : Printed for R. Griffiths, at the Dunciad, in St. Paul's Church-Yard, [1751]
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OCLC Number: 642295108
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