The vindication of the defence of Christianity

TitleThe vindication of the defence of Christianity
Publication TypeBook
Year of Publication1728
AuthorsChandler E
CityLondon
LibraryBritish Library
BindingBound in red goatskin with stamp 46 in gold on the covers
Call Number7.e.15
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