The constitution of Great-Britain, in church and state, truly stated: and the allegiance and active obedience thereby required of the subjects to the lawful sovereign asserted. Or, the plea and defence of *** one of the Preston prisoners, prepared and intended to be made at his tryal in Westminster-Hall, anno 1715. ...
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Cologne [i.e. London?] : printed by Dominicke Fertel, 1718.
71,p. ; 8⁰.
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