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Charles Leslie (1650-1722)
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Antidote to deism. The deist unmasked; or, An ample refutation of all the objections of Thomas Paine against the Christian religion, as contained in a pamphlet intitled The age of reason. To which is prefixed, Remarks on Boulanger's Christianity unveiled and is annexed a short method with the ... (1795)
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Beaucoup de bruit pour une aumelette, or, Much a do about nothing: being a tryal of skill betwixt the Jacobite's hopes reviv'd, and The good old cause (1710)
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Best of all, being the student's thanks to Mr. Hoadly : wherein Mr. Hoadly's second part of his Measures of submission ... is fully answer'd .. (London : The booksellers of London and Westminster, 1710)
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The Bishop of Salisbury's proper defence : from a speech cry'd about the streets in his name, and said to have been spoken by him in the House of Lords upon the bill against occasional conformity ([London] : Sold by the booksellers of London and Westminster, 1704)
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The case of the Jews, considered with respect to Christianity, by the author of Deism refuted (printed in the year, 1755)
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The case of the Regale and of the pontificate stated : in a conference concerning the independency of the church upon any power on earth, in the exercise of her purely spiritual power and authority (London : J. Leslie, 1838)
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The case stated between the Church of Rome and the Church of England: wherein is shewed that the doubt and the danger is in the former, and the certainty and the safety in the latter communion (George Strahan, 1713)
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The Case stated, between the Church of Rome and the Church of England : wherein is shewed, that the doubt and the danger is in the former, and the certainty and safety in the latter communion .. (London : G. Strahan, 1714)
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The case stated, between the Church of Rome and the Church of England [microform]. Wherein is shewed, that the doubt and the danger is in the former, and the certainty and safety in the latter communion (Dublin : Thomas Connolly, 1849)
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The constitution, laws and government of England : vindicated in a letter to the Reverend Mr. William Higden, on account of his view of the English Constitution with respect tot he Sovereign Authority of the Pinrce, &c. In vindication of the lawfulness of taking teh otaths, &c.
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A defence of a book intituled, The snake in the grass : in reply to several answers put out to it by George Whithead, Joseph Wyeth, &c (London : M. Bennett for C. Brome [et al.], 1700)
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Deism refuted, or, The truth of Christianity demonstrated : by infallible proof from four rules which are incompatible to any imposture that can possibly be ... (London, 1755)
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Deism refuted: or, The truth of Christianity demonstrated, by infallible proof from four rules. In a letter, by a lover of truth [C. Leslie]. (1755)
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A discourse proving the divine institution of water-baptism : wherein the Quaker-arguments against it are collected and confuted with as much as is needful concerning the Lord's supper (London : C. Brome [etc.], 1697)
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An essay concerning the divine right of tithes (London : R. Grant & Son, 1700)
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An essay concerning the divine right of tythes. By the author of The snake in the grass. By C. Leslie (1845)
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The finishing stroke : being a vindication of the patriarchal scheme of government in defence of the Rehearsals, Best answer and Best of all, wherein Mr. Hoadly's examination ... is fully consider'd, to which are added remarks on Dr. Higden's late defence in a dialogue between three H---'s (London : The booksellers of London and Westminster, 1711)
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The good old cause further discuss'd in a letter to the author of the Jacobite's hopes reviv'd (London : The booksellers of London and Westminster, 1710)
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Infidelity : comprising Jenyn's Internal evidence : Leslie's method : Lyttleton's Conversion of Paul : Watsons reply to Gibbon and Paine : a notice of Hume on miracles : and An extract from West on the resurrection (New York : American Tract Society, 1836) / added author(s): Soame Jenyns, Thomas Lyttelton, Richard Watson
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