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Withers, John, 1669-1729 National Library of Ireland National Library of the Netherlands National Library of Australia Library of Congress/NACO

Withers, John National Library of France ISNI

VIAF ID: 232875518 (Personal)

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Caveat" against a new sect of anabaptists lately sprung up at Exon, shewing the novelty and schism, the absurdity and dangerous tendency of their principles and practices, who were concerned in the rebaptization of Mr. Benjamin Read. In a letter to a friend National Library of France
City corruption and mal-administration display'd; occasion'd by the ill management of the publick money in general : with some remarks upon the modest enquiry into the conduct of the court of aldermen,&c. Address'd to the citizens of London against the ensuing election for Common-Council-Men. By a citizen National Library of France
A defence of the true and impartial account of what occurr'd at the late conference in Exon, 1707: National Library of Ireland National Library of Australia Library of Congress/NACO
Dutch better friends than the french to the monarchy, church, and trade of england : in a letter from a citizen to a country gentleman National Library of France Library of Congress/NACO xR Extended Relationships
An epistle to the Right Honourable Robert Walpole, Esq., upon His Majesty's arrival Library of Congress/NACO
The history of resistance, as practis'd by the Church of England : ... Written upon occasion of Mr. Agate's sermon on the 30th of January, and in defence of the late revolution, the present establishment, and the Protestant succession. By John Withers. National Library of France National Library of the Netherlands
Letters of a citizen on India affairs National Library of France
Plain reasons, I. For dissenting from the communion of the Church of England. II. Why dissenters are not, nor can be guilty of schism, in peaceable separating from the places of publick worship in the Church of England. And III. Several common objections, brought by churchmen against dissenters, answer'd. Library of Congress/NACO
The Whigs vindicated; the objections that are commonly brought against them answer'd; and the present ministry prov'd to be the best friends to the ... welfare of England. In a letter to a friend. By John Withers. National Library of Ireland

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