A letter to a deist, concerning the beauty and excellency of moral virtue, and the support and improvement which it receives from the Christian revelation. By a country clergyman. The second edition. To which is added a postscript. by John Balguy

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Country Clergyman = John Balguy. With a final leaf of advertisements.

London : printed for John Pemberton, 1730. 38,[2]p. ; 8°


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