Party revenge

Publication Date1720
Remainderor, Mr. William Clarke's narrative of his case and sufferings, for defending the doctrine of the ever-blessed Trinity, in a late discourse, entitled Plain dealing. To which is added, his letter to one of the non-subscribing ministers for misrepresenting his character. Also, A Seasonable Caution to his Fellow Collegian, that Indefatigable Busy-Body near Kt-Street. With an account of the prosecution and indictment of E. Curl, bookseller, at the Old Bailey, for printing a scandalous libel against the aforemention'd Mr. Clark
Publisherprinted, and sold by A. Woodcock, at the first House in Ship-Court, in the Old-Bailey, near Ludgate-Hill, and by the booksellers of London and Westminster



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