Pluralities indefensible. :
A treatise humbly offered to the consideration of the Parliament of Great Britain ... with a full answer to the Pluralist's defence, in an anonymous letter written to the supposed author. By a presbyter of the Church of England, [i.e. Richard Newton] ... The third edition ... To which is added ... the copy of an Act, prepared to have been brought into the House of Lords in 1681, against Pluralities and non-residence. Also a letter of the late Earl of Nottingham's to Dr. Waterland concerning the lawfulness of a bond to oblige to residence.
|Main Creator:||Newton, Richard, Principal of Hart Hall College, Oxford, 1676-1753.|
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London : printed for J. Osborn, 1745.
|Edition:||The third edition. With very large additions. ..|
Presbyter of the Church of England = Richard Newton.
In answer to 'A defence of pluralities' by H. Wharton.
With a half-title.
Physical description: ,XX,464 p. ; 8vo
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