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Middleton, Conyers. A letter from Rome, shewing an exact conformity between popery and paganism: Or, the religion of the present Romans, derived from that of their heathen ancestors. The fourth edition. To which are added, I. A prefatory discourse, containing an answer for all the objections of the writer of a popish book, intituled, The Catholic Christian instructed, &c. with many new facts and testimonies, in farther confirmation of the general new argument of the letter. And II. A postscript, in which Mr. Warburton's Opinion concerning the Paganism of Rome is particularly considered. By Conyers Middleton, D.D. Principal Librarian of the University of Cambridge.The Women's Print History Project, 2019, title ID 14487, https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/title/14487. Accessed 2022-05-26.

@book{ wphp_14487
  author={Middleton,Conyers},
  year={1742},
  title={A letter from Rome, shewing an exact conformity between popery and paganism: Or, the religion of the present Romans, derived from that of their heathen ancestors. The fourth edition. To which are added, I. A prefatory discourse, containing an answer for all the objections of the writer of a popish book, intituled, The Catholic Christian instructed, &c. with many new facts and testimonies, in farther confirmation of the general new argument of the letter. And II. A postscript, in which Mr. Warburton's Opinion concerning the Paganism of Rome is particularly considered. By Conyers Middleton, D.D. Principal Librarian of the University of Cambridge.},
  publisher={Robert Owen},
  address={Dublin},    }

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