The people's rights: a defence of the concessions and code of laws of 1797, and the constitution of Wesleyan Methodism, against the modern assumptions of ministerial power; a repr. of the Southwark address and resolutions, and the reply to the rev. R. Watson. With an appendix, containing the deed of declaration, the plan of pacification, the concessions of 1797, and the laws, so called, of 1835: Volume 7

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Dec 31, 1850
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