The sentiments of a true antigallican

Publication Date1756
Remainderor, a collection of political pieces, respecting the interest of England. By John Free, D. D. Vicar of Runcorn, in Cheshire, Thursday Lecturer at St. Mary Hill, London, and Lecturer of Newington in Surry. Containing I. A. Sermon, preached during the Rebellion, before the University of Oxford, on the 5th of November, 1745, when the Rebels were advancing to Derby. II. A. Sermon, Treating of the Reason and Necessity for written Laws; and the Power and Qualifications of those, who write them. Preached at the Temple Church in London, on the 30th. of January, 1753. III. The Doctors Speech, deliver'd July 30, 1753, to the Worshipful the Mayor, Aldermen, and Citizens, at the Town-Hall, in Oxford, upon taking up his Freedom of the City, containing a concise and clear Account of the English Constitution, both old and new. IV. A Sermon preached at Aldgate Church, in London on the 27th of April, 1753, before the Honourable Edward Vernon, Grand President, and the several laudable Associations of Antigallicans. V. Seasonable Reflections on the Importance of the Name of England, wherein is enquired, whether the Disuse of that Name, &c. VI. A Vindication of the Argument of the said Book and its Author from the ignorant Exceptions and Abuses of a Set of People, called The Monthly Reviewers, &c. &c.
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