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[A] vindication of the Reverend Dr. Henry Sacheverell, from the false, scandalous and malicious aspersions cast upon him in a late infamous pamphlet, entitled The modern fanatick, Intended chiefly to expose the iniquity of the fact on in general, without paking any considerable notice of their poor mad tool B-t in particular. In a dialogue between a Tory and a Wh----g.
- King, William, 1663-1712.
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[Dublin] : Printed for H. Clements, and re-printed in Dublin by C. Carter a[t] [t]he Old Post-Office in Fish Shamble Street, 1711.
, 36, 41-59, 40-52 p. ; 80.
The third edition.
W. A. Speck: 'A critical bibliography of Dr. Henry Sacheverell', Kansas, 1978:, no.995