An apology for the naturalization of the Jews

Publication Date1753
RemainderContaining, I. An Account of the Charters, Privileges and Immunities granted to the Jews, by the Kings of England, five hundred Years ago. II. The most popular Objections to their Naturalization, fairly stated and fully answered. III. The Naturalization of the Jews an Advantage to the Kingdom in general, and to Commerce in particular. IV. The probable happy Consequences of it to the Christian Religion. V. The Privileges enjoyed by the Jews in Foreign Countries, superior to those proposed to be granted them, by Parliament. VI. The Nature, Purport and Design of the present Bill, explained and justified by Facts. By a True Believer
Publisherprinted for M. Cooper, in Pater-Noster-Row, W. Reeve, Fleet-Street, and C. Sympson, at the Bible-Warehouse, Chancery-Lane


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