A Representation of the Present State of Religion, with regard to the late excessive growth of infidelity, heresy and profaneness: as it passed the lower house of convocation of the province of Canterbury. Corrected from the errors of a former editon. To which is added, the representation, as drawn up the the upper-house.
London: Printed for John Morphew, 1711. 31p., disbound 7.8x4.8 inch textblock enclosed in makeshift 19thC wrapper; ex libris with unobtrusive institutional blindstamp overprinted with tiny withdrawn stamp. Wrapper is split and nearly detached. Good copy. Author addresses the King throughout, appears to encourage a livelier censorship of texts deemed irreligious.
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