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Lectures on civil and religious liberty: with reflections on the constitutions of France and England; and on the violent writers, who have distinguished themselves in the controversy about their comparative goodness; and particularly on Mr. Burke and Mr. Paine. To which are added, two sermons, on the "Influence of religion on the death of good men."

Author: David Williamson, minister of Whitehaven.; Edmund Burke; Thomas Paine
Publisher: London : Printed for the author; sold by J. Johnson, etc, [1792?]
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Williamson, David, minister, of Whitehaven.
Lectures on civil and religious liberty: with reflections on the constitutions of France and England; and on the violent writers, who have distinguished themselves in the controversy about their comparative goodness; and particularly on Mr. Burke and Mr. Paine. To which are added, two sermons, on the "Influence of religion on the death of good men"
(OCoLC)1114591538
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: David Williamson, minister of Whitehaven.; Edmund Burke; Thomas Paine
OCLC Number: 1061635263
Description: xix, 420 pages ; (8º)

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