The crisis, or an alarm to Britannia"s true Protestant sons

In two parts, with an appendix to each of them... By a disinterested, independent, and truly Protestant Briton. by Briton.

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SeriesEighteenth century -- reel 417, no. 19.
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The crisis, or An alarm to Britannia's true Protestant sons.: Part III. Containing chiefly some animadversions on an answer to considerations on the Jewish bill, from a pretended advocate for the magistrates and merchants of our great metropolis: to which is annexed two very remarkable prophecies of our great danger from the persecuting spirit of the papists, and the division of Protestants.

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