The general nature of the Christian religion, endeavour'd to be Briefly Stated and Explain'd to the Capacity of the Common People. In a sermon upon 2 Cor. V. 18, 19, 20. By Henry Head, Master of the Free-School at Ambrosbury in Wiltshire. Imprimatur, Bern. Gardiner, Mar. 30. 1714. Vice-Can. Oxon.
- Head, Henry.
A confutation of the observations on free masonry by an anonymous author of a pamphlet, entitled Masonry the way to hell. Wherein is plainly pointed out, to the candid and impartial Reader, That he has grosly, and in the most disingenuous, unchristian, and scandalous, Manner, misrepresented Free Masonry: That he has entirely perverted the Sense and Meaning of the Sacred Text; and that he has neither Candour, Integrity, nor Honour. By a Member of the most Ancient and Honourable Order of Free and Accepted Masons, I. Head, P. G. M. S.
- Head, I.
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