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English Presbyterian eloquence, or, Dissenters sayings ancient and modern : collected from the books and sermons of the Presbyterians, &c. from the reign of Queen Elizabeth to the present time : wherein it appears, that the Presbyterians have constantly attempted to subvert the fundamental articles of the Christian faith, to abolish the doctrine and discipline of the Church of England establish'd by law, to ruin the characters of the universities, the convocation and the episcopal clergy, to asperse the memory of His present Majesty's royal progenitors, and have been profess'd enemies to truth, common sense, and good manners, from their first settlement in this kingdom : with remarks upon every chapter