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Chuse which you please: or, Dr. Sacheverel, and Mr. Hoadley, drawn to the life. Being a brief representation of the respective opinions of each party. In relation to passive obedience and non-resistance, the supream power, moderation, the toleration, hereditary right, and jure divino title, the abdication, the Queen's supremacy, Church lands, &c. By this brief account the reader may soon know which side to chuse, in order to his becoming a true son of the Church, and Her Majesty's most loyal subject.

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1710?]
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[London? : s.n., 1710?]

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8p. ; 40.

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ESTC T162079

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