Considerations upon war, upon cruelty in general, and religious cruelty in particular.
Also, an attempt to prove that everlasting punishments are inconsistent with the divine attributes. In several letters and essays. To which are added, essays on divers other subjects, and An oration in praise of deceit and lying.
London, Printed for T. Osborne, 1758.
xxvii, 468 p.
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