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Unknown. The occasional paper. Vol. III. Numb. IV. Containing several letters. Viz. I. To the author of this paper; upon a Remarkable Saying, insisted on by Dr. Biss, in his Sermons on the Beauty of Holiness in the Common-Prayer. II. Remarks upon a passage in Dr. Biss's, and another in Dr. Lupton's sermons, before the Sons of the Clergy; concerning the Authority of the Fathers, in interpreting Scripture: Directed to the Author of this Paper. III. A letter directed to the author of Vulgar prepossessions in favour of th Bishop of Bangor: By a Well-Wisher to the Occasional-Paper. IV. A letter from Mr. De la Pillonniere, to the Author of this Paper; allowing him to publish a Letter of Mr. Cotton Mather of New-England. V. Mr. Cotton Mather's letter to Mr. De la Pillonniere; Printed from the Original.The Women's Print History Project, 2019, title ID 25486, https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/title/25486. Accessed 2024-05-29.

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  author={Unknown,},
  year={1718},
  title={The occasional paper. Vol. III. Numb. IV. Containing several letters. Viz. I. To the author of this paper; upon a Remarkable Saying, insisted on by Dr. Biss, in his Sermons on the Beauty of Holiness in the Common-Prayer. II. Remarks upon a passage in Dr. Biss's, and another in Dr. Lupton's sermons, before the Sons of the Clergy; concerning the Authority of the Fathers, in interpreting Scripture: Directed to the Author of this Paper. III. A letter directed to the author of Vulgar prepossessions in favour of th Bishop of Bangor: By a Well-Wisher to the Occasional-Paper. IV. A letter from Mr. De la Pillonniere, to the Author of this Paper; allowing him to publish a Letter of Mr. Cotton Mather of New-England. V. Mr. Cotton Mather's letter to Mr. De la Pillonniere; Printed from the Original.},
  publisher={Emanuel Matthews \& James Roberts [Warwick Lane] \& John Harrison \& Anne Dodd I},
  address={London},    }

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