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A vindication of the doctrine of the Trinity from the exceptions of a late pamphlet entituled An essay on spirit &c. In three parts, with an appendix. By Thomas Randolph, D. D. President of C. C. C. Oxford.

Oxford: Printed at the Theatre for James Fletcher in the Turl, and sold by J. and J. Rivington in St. Paul’s Church-Yard, London; and by Mr. Smith at Canterbury., 1754.
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A vindication of the doctrine of the Trinity from the exceptions of a late pamphlet entituled An essay on spirit &c. In three parts, with an appendix. By Thomas Randolph, D. D. President of C. C. C. Oxford. Library Average
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