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A short vindication of the Ld Archbishop of Canterbury [i.e. William Wake], from the imputation of being the author of a letter lately printed at Zurich [in a pamphlet entitled Oratio historica de beneficiis a Deo in Ecclesiam Tigurinam]; concerning the state of religion in England. Preview this item
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A short vindication of the Ld Archbishop of Canterbury [i.e. William Wake], from the imputation of being the author of a letter lately printed at Zurich [in a pamphlet entitled Oratio historica de beneficiis a Deo in Ecclesiam Tigurinam]; concerning the state of religion in England.

Author: Thomas Hearne
Publisher: London, Printed and sold by J. Roberts, 1719.
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Named Person: William Wake
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas Hearne
OCLC Number: 15999326
Notes: An attack upon the Archbishop.
Description: 22 pages 19 cm

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