Memoirs of John Gordon of Glencat, in the county of Aberdeen in Scotland: Who was Thirteen Years in the Scots College at Paris, amongst the Secular Clergy. Wherein the absurdities and delusions of popery are laid open, the History of Baianism, Jansenism, and the Constitution Unigenitus, impartially related, and the Infallibility of the Romish Church is confuted. With An Appendix, containing some short but full Answers to any Question that can be proposed by a Papist. To which is prefix'd, A Testimonial from the Presbytery of Edinburgh, of the Author's renouncing Popery, and embracing the Protestant Religion. As also a Letter of Protection from the Lord Chief Justice Clerk at Edinburgh to the Author. By John Gordon, A. M. Who is now in London ready to vindicate what he has written

Publication Date1733
Publisherprinted for John Oswald at the Rose and Crown in the Poultry




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