Letter to the Lord Archbishop of Canterbury [i.e. William Wake] Proving that his Grace cannot be the Author of the Letter to an eminent Presbyterian Clergyman in Swisserland, in which the present State of Religion, in England, is blackened and exposed, and the present Ministry are misrepresented and traduced. by Gordon, Thomas

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