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White prov'd to be black; or, impossibilities made feasible: in a letter to Dr. White Kennet, Dean of Peterborough. Concerning two written by him to the Lord Bishop of Carlisle, wherein like a true Master of the Art of Patch-Work, he endeavours to shuffle with, and evade the charge brought against him, by that Right Reverend Prelate, of being an informer.
- S. B.
A letter to the Reverend Dr. White Kennet, D.D. In Defence of The English Historical Library: against The Unmannerly and Slanderous Objections of Mr. Francis Atterbury, Preacher at the rolls, In his New Theory of the Rights, Powers and Priviledges of an English Convocation. By W. Nicolson, Arch-Deacon of Carlile.
- Nicolson, William, 1655-1727.