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Squire, Francis, 1682-1750.
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    E-RESOURCE 1753

An answer to some late papers, entitled, the Independent Whig; so far as they relate to the Church of England, as by law established. : In which, her doctrines, creeds, liturgy, and establishment; her clergy, with their rights, divine and humane, are

    Squire, Francis, 1682-1750.
New-York: : Printed and sold by Hugh Gaine, at the printing office opposite the Old-Slip-Market,,        xii, 132 p. ; 17 cm. (8vo) 1753
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    E-RESOURCE 1723

An answer to some late papers, entitled, The independent whig so far as they relate to the Church of England, as by law established. In which, Her Doctrines, Creeds, Liturgy, and Establishment; her Clergy, with their Rights, Divine and Humane, are mo

    Squire, Francis, 1682?-1750.
London : printed for W. and J. Innys, at the West End of St. Paul's,        xvi,80,97-112,97-188,[4]p. ; 8⁰. 1723
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    E-RESOURCE 1753

An answer to some late papers, entitled, the Independent Whig so far as they relate to the Church of England, as by law established. In which, her doctrines, creeds, liturgy, and establishment; her clergy, with their rights, divine and humane, are mo

    Squire, Francis, 1682-1750.
New-York : Printed and sold by Hugh Gaine, at the printing office opposite the Old-Slip-Market,        xii,132p. ; 8⁰. 1753
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    E-RESOURCE 1716

A brief exhortation to protestant liberty from a fair view of popish slavery in a sermon occasion'd by the late loyal declaration of the arch-bishop and bishops. By Francis Squire, Rector of Exford, Somerset. / [electronic resource] :

    Squire, Francis, 1682?-1750.
Exon : printed by Jos. Bliss, for John March, Bookseller, near the Conduit; and are sold by Sam. Dyer, Bookseller, in Tiverton, and by J. Roberts, near the Oxford-Arms in Warwick-Lane, London,        28p. ; 8⁰. 1716
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    E-RESOURCE 1714

A brief justification of the principles of a reputed whigg, together with some few remarks on Dr. Sach- - - - l's late sermon, on the 29th of May. In an epistle to the Tories of the West. By Francis Squire, rector of Exford, Somerset / [electronic re

    Squire, Francis, 1682?-1750.
Exon : Printed by Sam. Farley, for John March, book-seller, near the Great-Conduit,    The second edition.    24p. ; 8⁰. 1714
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    E-RESOURCE 1718?

The lawfulness of taking oaths Together, with an exposition, of Their nature and obligation. Set forth in a sermon, Preach'd at the assizes begun at Wells in the County of Somerset, August 19. 1718. By Fr. Squire, M. A. Rector of Exford, and Vicar of

    Squire, Francis, 1682?-1750.
Taunton : printed by and for W. Norris: and are likewise sold, by Mr. Norris, Bookseller at the Looking-Glass, on London-Bridge; Mr. Penn, Bookseller near the Tolzey, Bristol; Mr. March Booksellor in Exon; and Mr. Brown in Wells,        28p. ; 4⁰. 1718?
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    E-RESOURCE 1717

A treatise concerning the supremacy of the civil magistrate. In a letter to a friend. By Francis Squire, M. A. Rector of Exford, and Vicar of Cutcombe and Luxborow / [electronic resource].

    Squire, Francis, 1682?-1750.
Exon : printed by George Bishop, for John March, Bookseller, near the Conduit: and are sold by J. Roberts, near the Oxford-Arms in Warwick-Lane, London,        [2],vii,[1],37,[1]p. ; 8⁰. 1717
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    E-RESOURCE 1714

Universal benevolence: or, Charity in its full extent. Recommended in a sermon. Together with a preface, wherein is a farther justification of the principles of the Whiggs. Humbly dedicated to Richard Steele, Esq; By Francis Squire, rector of Exford,

    Squire, Francis, 1682?-1750.
Exon : Printed by Sam. Farley; for John March, bookseller, near the Great-Conduit; and are sold by J. Roberts, near the Oxford-Arms in Warwick-Lane, London,        [4],xviii,33,[1]p. ; 8⁰. 1714
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    E-RESOURCE 1732?

The west country farmer, (number 2,) Consisting of Three Parts: I. The landlord's answer to his tenant's complaint, wherein he objects to the Farmer's Arguments, blames the Conduct of the Country in several Particulars, but yet promises for the futur

    Squire, Francis, 1682?-1750.
Taunton : printed and sold by W. Norris, for the author: sold by Mr. Raikes in Gloucester, Mr. Wilson and Mr. Brown in Bristol, Mr. Tozer in Exon, Mr. Shute in Tiverton, and Mr. Gaydon, jun. in Barnstaple        51,[1]p. ; 8⁰. 1732?
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