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Shute, John. The layman's letter to the Bishop of Bangor: or, an examination of His Lordship's Preservative against the nonjurors; of the vindication of the realm and church of England; of the nonjurors seperation from Publick assemblies, examin'd by Dr. Bennet; and of all other late discourses, occasion'd by the charge of perjury, rebellion and schism, imputed to the body of the people.The Women's Print History Project, 2019, title ID 25432, https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/title/25432. Accessed 2024-05-28.

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  author={Shute,John},
  year={1716},
  title={The layman's letter to the Bishop of Bangor: or, an examination of His Lordship's Preservative against the nonjurors; of the vindication of the realm and church of England; of the nonjurors seperation from Publick assemblies, examin'd by Dr. Bennet; and of all other late discourses, occasion'd by the charge of perjury, rebellion and schism, imputed to the body of the people.},
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