Catalog Record: Supplement to Gibson's A preservative against popery : being important treatises on the Romish controversy | Hathi Trust Digital Library


Supplement to Gibson's A preservative against popery : being important treatises on the Romish controversy.

Main Author: Gibson, Edmund, 1669-1748.
Related Names: Cumming, John 1807-1881.
Language(s): English
Published: London : The Society, 1849-1850.
Edition: [Carefully rev. and edited for the British Society for Promoting the Religious Principles of the Reformation by John Cumming.]
Subjects: Church of England > Controversial literature.
Church of England > Doctrines.
Catholic Church > Controversial literature > Protestant authors.
Catholic Church > Doctrines.
Note: For contents see Darling. Cyclopaedia bibliographia. v. 1, 1252.
Edited by J. Cumming, R.P. Blakeney, and M.W. Foye.
Physical Description: 8 v. ; 21 cm.
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