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A review of the Rector detected: or The colonel reconnoitred.
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 9612|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||29,  p.|
|Number of Pages||29|
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A review of the Rector detected: or The colonel reconnoitred: Part the first.: [One line of quotation in Latin]. A review of the Rector detected: or The colonel reconnoitred.: Part the first.: [One line of quotation in Latin]. The Rector detected: being a just defence of the Twopenny Act, against the artful misrepresentations of the Reverend John Camm, Rector of York-Hampton, in his Single and distinct view.: Containing also a plain confutation of his several hints, as a specimen of the justice and charity of Colonel Landon Carter.
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), by John Camm (HTML at Evans TCP). Landon Carter, The Rector Detected: Being a Just Defence of the Twopenny Act, Against the Misrepresentation of the Reverend John Camm, Rector of York-Hampton, in his Single and Distinct ning also a plain Confutation of his several Hints, as a Specimen of the Justice and Charity of Colonel Landon Carter (Williamsburg, ); John Camm, A Review of the Rector Author: James B.
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