No binding. Two titles bound together. Some thoughts on Christianity as old as the creation. In a letter to a Member of Parliament; London : printed for James, John, and Paul Knapton; and Benjamin Smithurst in Plymouth, 1734. , 74p. ; 8vo. With ink inscripptions to FEP. The truth of Christianity, prov’d in a plain and easy manner, suitable to the capacities of all. London : printed for J. Roberts; and sold by Francis Jefferies, 1734 46p. ; 8vo.
Williams, Williams, Some thoughts on Christianity as old as the creation. In a letter to a Member of Parliament/The truth of Christianity, prov’d in a plain and easy manner, suitable to the capacities of All. 1734
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TOPLIS, William., A Genealogical History of the English Sovereigns, from William I. to George III. inclusive, accompanied with A brief Statement of the principal Events in each Reign; Biographical notices of all the noble families connected with the royal houses; and illustrated by genealogical tables., Thomas Underwood, 1814