The Resource A serious answer to Lord George Gordon's letters to the Earl of Shelburne : in which an attempt is made, by fair and ingenious argument, to give ample satisfaction to His Lordship's doubts, and to relieve him, if possible, from any inquietude for the salvation of the state, considered either in a moral, political, or religious view

A serious answer to Lord George Gordon's letters to the Earl of Shelburne : in which an attempt is made, by fair and ingenious argument, to give ample satisfaction to His Lordship's doubts, and to relieve him, if possible, from any inquietude for the salvation of the state, considered either in a moral, political, or religious view

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A serious answer to Lord George Gordon's letters to the Earl of Shelburne : in which an attempt is made, by fair and ingenious argument, to give ample satisfaction to His Lordship's doubts, and to relieve him, if possible, from any inquietude for the salvation of the state, considered either in a moral, political, or religious view
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A serious answer to Lord George Gordon's letters to the Earl of Shelburne
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in which an attempt is made, by fair and ingenious argument, to give ample satisfaction to His Lordship's doubts, and to relieve him, if possible, from any inquietude for the salvation of the state, considered either in a moral, political, or religious view
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eng
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McCarthy, Felix
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non fiction
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1751-1793
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Gordon, George
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  • Gordon, George
  • Catholics
  • Freedom of religion
  • Ireland
  • Great Britain
  • Great Britain.
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A serious answer to Lord George Gordon's letters to the Earl of Shelburne : in which an attempt is made, by fair and ingenious argument, to give ample satisfaction to His Lordship's doubts, and to relieve him, if possible, from any inquietude for the salvation of the state, considered either in a moral, political, or religious view
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Authorship attributed to McCarthy in Mansell
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1 online resource (57 pages)
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A serious answer to Lord George Gordon's letters to the Earl of Shelburne : in which an attempt is made, by fair and ingenious argument, to give ample satisfaction to His Lordship's doubts, and to relieve him, if possible, from any inquietude for the salvation of the state, considered either in a moral, political, or religious view
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Authorship attributed to McCarthy in Mansell
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1 online resource (57 pages)
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online
Specific material designation
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