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Some remarks on a reply to the defence of the letter to Dr Waterland where in the author"s sentiments, as to all the principal points in dispute are fully and clearly explained in the manner that has been promised. by Conyers Middleton

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Published by printed for J. Peele in London .
Written in English


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By Conyers Middleton.

ContributionsWaterland, Daniel, 1683-1740.
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