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An address to the public, in which an answer is given to the principal objections urged in the House of Commons, By the Right Hon. Frederick Lord North, (Now Earl of Guildford) and the Right Hon. William Pitt, against the repeal of the test laws; and the consequences of an injudicious concession on the part of the advocates for the claim of the Protestant dissenters stated. With occasional remarks. By a master of arts of the Univeristy of Oxford.

  • Hobhouse, Benjamin, Sir, 1757-1831.
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MDCCXC. [1790]
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Bath : Printed by R. Cruttwell, and sold by J. Johnson, St. Paul's Church-yard, London; L. Bull, Bath; and J. Lloyd, Bristol, MDCCXC. [1790]

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[2],84p. ; 80.

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Goldsmiths', 14543
ESTC N27869

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