Primitive Truth and Order Vindicated from Modern Misrepresentation: With a Defence of Episcopacy, Particularly that of Scotland, Against an Attack Made on it by the Late Dr. Campbell, of Aberdeen, in His Lectures on Ecclesiastical History
T. & J. Swords, 1808 - 422 páginas
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