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Unknown. The behaviour of the cl-gy, as well as their traditions, destructive of religion. Or, a succinct history of priestcraft, Throughout all Ages. Containing, A general Introduction of the Institution of all pretended Revelations. - Remarks on Priestcraft amongst the Greeks: The strange Superstition of that learned People, proved to be the Ruin of Athens. - Remarks on Roman Priestcraft, their Augurs, Pontiffs, &c. - An Account of the Bramins, Bonzeés, Talapoins, and other Eastern Priests: with a curious History of the Pharisees and Sadduces among the Jews. - Popish Priestcraft unveil'd, particularly with regard to our own Island. Concluding with The Secret Intrigues of the Gown with all Parties from the Reformation to the Vicars Ap---cy. Dedicated to the Most Worthy Sect of Free-Thinkers.The Women's Print History Project, 2019, title ID 25224, https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/title/25224. Accessed 2024-02-21.

@book{ wphp_25224
  author={Unknown,},
  year={1731},
  title={The behaviour of the cl-gy, as well as their traditions, destructive of religion. Or, a succinct history of priestcraft, Throughout all Ages. Containing, A general Introduction of the Institution of all pretended Revelations. - Remarks on Priestcraft amongst the Greeks: The strange Superstition of that learned People, proved to be the Ruin of Athens. - Remarks on Roman Priestcraft, their Augurs, Pontiffs, &c. - An Account of the Bramins, Bonzeés, Talapoins, and other Eastern Priests: with a curious History of the Pharisees and Sadduces among the Jews. - Popish Priestcraft unveil'd, particularly with regard to our own Island. Concluding with The Secret Intrigues of the Gown with all Parties from the Reformation to the Vicars Ap---cy. Dedicated to the Most Worthy Sect of Free-Thinkers.},
  publisher={Anne Dodd I \& Elizabeth Cooke [Cook] \& Joseph Crichley \& John Jolliffe},
  address={London},    }

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