A discourse reinforceing the reasons contained in my two former books. And shewing by a plain and ocular demonstration, that the two most detestable and cursed positions mentioned by the Bishop of Corke and Ross [i.e. P. Browne], in the 136 pages of his book against healths, are not mine, but his Lordship's coining. ... To which is added a ... disswasive to all Protestants not to adhere to, but to oppose the Pretender /
By Richard Verling, ...
|Main Creator:||Verling, Richard, b. 1658 or 9.|
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[Dublin?] : Printed in the year, 1717.
Half-title: 'The third book'.
Physical description: ,vi,ix-xv,,48 p. ; small and 8vo
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|Dublin1717P3||Manuscripts Reading Room Special Access||Dix|