An answer to Mr. W. A. D.'s [Wm. A. Drummond] letter to G. H. [George Hay] :
in which the conduct of government, in mitigating the penal laws against Papists, is justified : the seditious tendency of W.A.D.'s letter is discovered : the Roman Catholics fully vindicated from the slanderous accusation of thinking it lawful to break faith with heretics, which W.A.D. attempts to fix upon them: and, W.A.D.'s letter proved to be a gross imposition on the public ...
|Main Creator:||Hay, George, 1729-1811.|
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[Dublin] : Edinburgh printed: and Dublin reprinted for Wogan, Bean, and Co., 1779.
G. H. = George Hay.
A reply by George Hay to William Abernethy Drummond's letter on the Papists.
Physical description: iv,180 p. ; 8vo
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