Excerpt from An Enquiry How Far Papists Ought to Be Treated Here as Good Subjects: And How Far They Are Chargeable With the Tenets Commonly Imputed to ThemMeeting accidentally some very little time agoe, with short Tract, entitled, A Vindication ofMoreExcerpt from An Enquiry How Far Papists Ought to Be Treated Here as Good Subjects: And How Far They Are Chargeable With the Tenets Commonly Imputed to ThemMeeting accidentally some very little time agoe, with short Tract, entitled, A Vindication of the Roman Catholicks, being their most solemn Declaration of their utter abhorrence of the following Tenets vulgarly laid at their door- and being informed at the fame time, that the Author of it was the present, Titular, Popish, Bishop of London, my Curiosity led me to peruse it.
I could not but take notice that it was the Second Edition, and that it was printed at London in the year 1743, when an Invasion was designed against England by the Pretender- and finding it calculated to impose on the Ignorant, I resolved to read it carefully, and to confider it impartially.When I came to read it, I soon found that the present Titular Popish Bishop was not the Author of it, as had been represented to me, but that He, or whoever it was, was the Editor only of a Part of an old Pamphlet first published full threescore years agoe.About the PublisherForgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books.
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