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A Letter addressed to the Inhabitants of Warwick, in Answer to Several Charges of a very Extraordinary Kind, advanced against the Dissenters Assembling at the Chapel, in High-street; By the Rev. Mr. Miller, Vicar of St Nicholas. Birmingham. Printed and Sold by J. Thompson, sold also by J. Johnson 1791 bound with MILLER, R. & LAUGHARNE, H. Remarks upon a Letter to the Printer of the Birmingham Gazette, Dated October 14, 1791, And also upon a Letter addressed to the Inhabitants of Warwick, Dated August 8, 1791, By William Field, Minister of the Dissenting Congregation Assembling in the High-Street, Warwick. By R. Miller, Vicar and H. Laugharne, Curate of St. Nicholas, Warwick. Warwick Printed by J. Sharp and sold by Messrs Rivingtons (1791) b
Birmingham and Warwick 1791 - 8vo., 3 works in one volume, 31, (1)pp.; 24pp; & 52pp (part of the last item misbound after the first, the whole recent quarter cloth, marbled paper sides. A dispute had arisen because the Vicar and Curate of St Nicholas Church, Warwick, had reason the believe that school children were being attracted away from the established Church of England to attend Sunday schools at the Dissenting Church run by William Field. This small collection details the arguments. A scarce collection. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
      [Bookseller: A. R. Heath Rare Books]
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