Seasonable reflections upon the importance of the name of England

Publication Date1755
Remainderwherein it is enquired; whether the disuse of that name, and likewise that of English-Man, among those, who are of English Extraction hath not sensibly hurt and diminished the strength, Influence, and Extent of our native country. Address'd to * * *, Esq; Member of * * * and President of one of the laudable Associations of Anti-Gallicans. By John Free, D. D. Vicar of Runcorn in Cheshire, Thursday Lecturer at St. Mary-Hill, London, and Lecturer of Newington in Surry
Publisherprinted by E. Owen at the Griffin in Holborn, and sold by Mr. Sandby , over-against St. Dunstan's Church Fleet-Street ; Mr. Bourne, and Mr. Cook , under the Royal Exchange, London. Mr. Sacville Parker and booksellers in Oxford


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