A Modest and True Account of the Chief Points in Controversie between the Roman Catholics, and the Protestants: together with some considerations upon the sermons of a divine of the Church of England i.e. John Tillotson, Archbishop of Canterbury . By N. C. Probably by Cornelius Nary, but also attributed to Nicholas Colson
1705 - 292 pages
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