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Francis Squire

An answer to some late papers, entitled, the Independent Whig; so far as they relate to the Church of England, as by law established. In which, her doctrines, creeds, liturgy, and establishment; her clergy, with their rights, divine and humane, are modestly defended; and their author’s new notions prov’d to be, not only absurd and ridiculous, but also directly opposite to those very texts of God’s Word, on which he pretends to found them. By Francis Squire, A.M. Rector of Exford, and Vicar of Cutcombe and Luxborow, Somerset.

New York: Printed and sold by Hugh Gaine, at the printing office opposite the Old-Slip-Market , 1753.
An answer to some late papers, entitled, the Independent Whig; so far as they relate to the Church of England, as by law established. In which, her doctrines, creeds, liturgy, and establishment; her clergy, with their rights, divine and humane, are modestly defended; and their author’s new notions prov’d to be, not only absurd and ridiculous, but also directly opposite to those very texts of God’s Word, on which he pretends to found them. By Francis Squire, A.M. Rector of Exford, and Vicar of Cutcombe and Luxborow, Somerset. Library Average
Circulation records from 1793-1799 are lost.
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