An examination of the remarks made by a curate of the diocese of Canterbury

Publication Date1741
Remainderon the account of a controversy between the author of The trial of Mr. Whitefield's spirit, and Benjamin Mills, a Dissenting Minister, at Maidstone in Kent; Occasioned by a Paragraph in the Trial, reflecting on the Dissenters. In which the Remarker's Defence of the Paragraph is shown to be weak and inconsistent; the Account rescued from his false and partial Representations; and the Author of it from his uncharitable and unjust Reflections. By Benjamin Mills
Publisherprinted for John Oswald, at the Rose and Crown in the Poultry, near the Mansion-House



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