historical essay upon the loyalty of Presbyterians in Great-Britain and Ireland from the Reformation to this present year 1713

wherein their steady adherence to the Protestant interest, our happy civil constitution, the succession of Protestant princes, the just prerogatives of the Crown, and the liberties of the people is demonstrated from public records, the best approv"d histories ... and divers valuable original papers well attested and never before published : and an answer given to the calumnies of their accusers, and particularly to two late pamphlets, viz, 1. A sample of true blue Presbyterian loyalty &c., 2. The conduct of the dissenters in Ireland &c. : in three parts : with a prefatory address to all her majesty"s Protestant subjects, of all persuasions, in Great-Britain and Ireland, against the Pretender, on behalf of the Protestant religion, the Queen, the House of Hanover, and our liberties.
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s.n.] , [London?
Dissenters, Religious -- England., Dissenters, Religious -- Ireland., Presbyteri
ContributionsTisdall, William, 1669-1735, Burns, Robert, 1789-1869 (autograph)
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Paginationxv, [1], 564, [10] p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19823560M

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