Protesters vindicated: or, a just and necessary defence of protesting against, and withdrawing from this national Church of Scotland; on account of her many gross and continued defections. ...

Protesters vindicated: or, a just and necessary defence of protesting against, and withdrawing from this national Church of Scotland; on account of her many gross and continued defections. ... by See Notes Multiple Contributors

Title: Protesters vindicated: or, a just and necessary defence of protesting against, and withdrawing from this national Church of Scotland; on account of her many gross and continued defections. ...
Author: See Notes Multiple Contributors
ISBN10: 1170007511
ISBN13: 978-1170007518
Publisher: Gale ECCO, Print Editions (June 10, 2010)
Language: English
Subcategory: World
Size PDF: 1423 kb
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Rating: 3.7/5
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Pages: 280 pages
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Protesters vindicated: or, a just and necessary defence of protesting against, and withdrawing from this national Church of Scotland; on account of her many gross and continued defections. ... by See Notes Multiple Contributors


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