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An occasional review of the prebendary of Litchfield's sermon, and address to the people called Quakers: with a more mature examination of the remarks of his opponents, S. Fothergill and J. Phipps, In a letter to a friend. By John Johnson
- Johnson, John, 1706-1791.
- MDCCLXII. 
About this work
London : printed for the author, and sold by Joseph Johnson, at Mead's Head, opposite the Monument; Mr. Gore, Bookseller in Liverpool; and Mr. Bancks, in Warrington, MDCCLXII. 
,71,p. ; 80.
Smith, J. Anti-Quakeriana, p.256