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The third and last letter to a gentleman dissenting from the Church of England; wherein the design of the second (which was to refute the great and popular objections of dissenters against communion with the Church of England, and to reflect them back upon themselves) is farther pursued and completed. To which is added, an appendix, containing some considerations on the lawfulness, expediency, and necessity of requiring all who are to be admitted to the ministry, or to any ecclesiastical preferment in the Church of England, or to be preachers or teachers in any dissenting congregation, to subscribe the Articles of Faith and Religion; and setting forth the inconsistencies between the notorious practices of dissenters, and the avowed principl

White, John.

Published by Pr. for C. Davis, W. Craighton, & M. Cooper, London, 1746
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White (ca. 1685-1755) was "sometime fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge." Here is his last of three reasonings against the writings of Micaiah Towgood (1700-1792) and other dissenters on the question of communion. This is a copy of the third edition. 8vo. 87, [1 (ads)] pp. ESTC T25457. Removed from a nonce volume. Dust-soiled; lightly age-toned. Ttitle-page detached but present; old rubber stamp at top of the title-page. Bookseller Inventory # 19933

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Title: The third and last letter to a gentleman ...

Publisher: Pr. for C. Davis, W. Craighton, & M. Cooper, London

Publication Date: 1746

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