The candor and good nature of Englishmen, exemplified in their deliberate, cautious, and charitable way of characteristizing the customs, manners, constitution, and religion of neighbouring nations, of which their own authors are every where produced as vouchers, their moderate, equitable, and humane mode of governing states dependant on them, their elevated, courteous, and conciliating stile and deportment on all occasions

with, in particular, a true and well-supported specimen of the igenuous and liberal manner in which they carry on religious controversy : to which are prefixed proposals for printing by subscription Eusebius, or, Essays on the principal virtues, vices, and passions, with some account of that work by Thomas O"Brien MacMahon

Publisher: Sold by Bew in London

Written in English
Published: Pages: 292 Downloads: 860
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Subjects:

  • Catholic Church -- Doctrines -- History.,
  • National characteristics, English.
  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesCandor and good nature of Englishmen ..., English candour.
    Statementby Thomas O Brien MacMahon.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBX1763 .M2 1777
    The Physical Object
    PaginationXIi, 292 p. (p. 285-292 advertisements) ;
    Number of Pages292
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5251306M
    LC Control Number75323957

The candor and good nature of Englishmen, exemplified in their deliberate, cautious, and charitable way of characteristizing the customs, manners, constitution, and religion of neighbouring nations, of which their own authors are every where produced as vouchers, their moderate, equitable, and humane mode of governing states dependant on them, their elevated, courteous, and conciliating stile and deportment on all occasions by Thomas O"Brien MacMahon Download PDF EPUB FB2