Two genuine conferences between Mr. John Gonston, commonly called Dr. Sharpe, one of the most eminent among the Romish priests, lately deceased; and Mr. William Gunbie, a layman of the Church of England, now living at Barnet in Hertfordshire; on the subject of transubstantiation. Lately Held At the Pilgrim's Coffee-House in High-Holborn. To which is prefix'd some account of the life and character of the said Dr. Sharpe; and his strenuous Endeavours to convert Young Gentlemen and others, to the Romish Religion; he having made more Converts in England than all the Popish Priests besides

Publication Date1736
Publisherprinted for Edward Withers, at the Seven Stars, against Chancery-Lane End in Fleet-Street; and sold by the booksellers in town and country


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